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Hudson County hospitals face increase in hospitalizations from COVID surge Levels have not been...

By Mark Koosau and Daniel Israel As COVID-19 surges to levels not seen before in Hudson County, hospitals across the county are contending with an increase in patients, potentially fueled by the highly transmittable Omicron...

Bayonne Board of Education retains current leadership The board reelected Maria Valado as President...

The Bayonne Board of Education voted to keep the same leadership for the third year in a row at its reorganization meeting on Jan. 4. In just under 12 minutes, the board voted unanimously to...

Bayonne students have the option to stay under virtual instruction The district is returning...

The Bayonne School District will return to full-day school on Jan. 10. However, students have a choice on whether or not to remain under virtual instruction or go back to in-person instruction, according to...

Jersey City school board appoints new board leadership, delays interim superintendent Trustee Gerald Lyons...

The Jersey City Board of Education appointed new leadership at its reorganization meeting Jan. 4, but held off on selecting an interim superintendent for the time being. The board voted in Trustee Gerald Lyons as...

Weichert, Realtors Names Jacqueline Greco Manager of its Bayonne Sales Office

Joe Cubias, regional vice president of Weichert, Realtors, announced that Jacqueline “Jacque” Greco has been named sales manager of Weichert’s Bayonne office. Greco has been a licensed real estate professional for eight years with...

Lampitt & Mukherji Bill to Inform NJ Students of Title IX Rights Passes Assembly...

In an effort to empower students by providing them with information about their rights under Title IX, Assembly Democrats Pamela Lampitt and Raj Mukherji sponsor a bill that would require schools throughout New Jersey...

Bayonne joins opposition to proposed human waste processing facility in Kearny The Bayonne City...

Both the Bayonne City Council and Mayor James Davis have joined the opposition to a self-described renewable energy company’s proposal to build a human waste processing facility in Kearny. Aries Clean Technologies is seeking to...

Hoboken schools go virtual for three days this week Change was due to new...

Hoboken schools are going remote for three days this week due to a new testing plan as COVID-19 cases in the city and the greater region surge. The announcement, which was first reported by Hudson...

Jersey City schools temporarily moving to remote learning next week Move to virtual learning...

Jersey City schools will be temporarily going remote for next week as COVID-19 cases continue to surge in the city and the greater county. The announcement was by the Jersey City Public Schools today, with...

Residents are organizing to oppose the new Hoboken high school The issues are lack...

A proposed new high school in Hoboken has become a contentious issue for a number of residents in the city, and some of them are organizing to tell others to say no to the...
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