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Bayonne has renamed a road and dedicated a commemorative bench to fallen Jersey City Detective Joseph Seals at 16th Street Park. The ceremony took place... [Read More]
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As classes begin for the second full school year of the COVID-19 pandemic, students in Hoboken are returning under the Hoboken Public School District's new... [Read More]
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Board of Education elections will be taking place in municipalities across Hudson County this year. [Read More]
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Hoboken city council candidates to remain on ballot A Hudson County Superior Judge has ruled that city council candidates Manny Rivera, Cindy Weigand, and Ian... [Read More]
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The committee created by the Bayonne City Council to oversee the city's spending of federal COVID-19 relief funds has been met with resistance by City... [Read More]
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Annual Help Bag Hunger Mayor James Davis, City Councilman At-Large Juan Perez, and Fire Chief Keith Weaver bagged groceries on Sept. 17 and reminded folks... [Read More]
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Secaucus has reopened its COVID-19 vaccine distribution site at the Recreation Center at 1200 Koelle Boulevard, according to Town Administrator Gary Jeffas. The town is... [Read More]
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The Secaucus Town Council has adopted an ordinance bonding approximately $1.4 million for the purchase of solar panels to be installed at the Recreation Center... [Read More]
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Pastor Gary Grindeland of Grace Lutheran Church is retiring. In an interview with the Bayonne Community News, Grindeland discussed the details of his life post-retirement.... [Read More]
The mother of the man killed by Bayonne police officers in her home in June has filed notice of a $30 million tort claim with... [Read More]
On Wednesday, September 8, Bayonne rolled out the red carpet to welcome Frank Siller to Bayonne.  Mr. Siller, the Chairman and CEO of the Tunnel... [Read More]
The festival will take place from Sept. 30 to Oct. 3. with over 100 venues participating. [Read More]
Nine students and two staff members have tested positive for COVID in Jersey City's schools. [Read More]
Mary J. Donohoe Community School in Bayonne has begun contact tracing after an individual at the school has tested positive for COVID-19, according to Superintendent... [Read More]
A Jersey City Police Department officer pleaded guilty on September 16 to a charge that he traveled to Atlantic City in order to sexually assault... [Read More]
A High Tech High School Teacher accused of grooming, sexually assaulting, and impregnating a former student has been reassigned, according to Hudson County Schools of... [Read More]
Jose Tobias Carranza Serrano, 18, has been charged with attempted murder and bias intimidation for allegedly beating and choking a man he suspected of being... [Read More]
The legislation would create an ad hoc committee to investigate SUEZ's response to Ida after Jersey City had a boil water order for four days. [Read More]
The West New York Board of Commissioners has adopted an ordinance for the construction of a new library. The board voted unanimously in favor of... [Read More]
As we steer towards a path of inclusion and equality, 'Age of Empathy' seeks to create a lively local event with these organizations and local... [Read More]
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