Boy Scouts will pay $18K to transgender Secaucus boy
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SECAUCUS -- According to a story in the Record, the Northern New Jersey Council of the Boy Scouts of America on Thursday agreed to a $18,000 settlement with the family of a 9-year-old Secaucus boy ...
Local teams move on in NJSIAA basketball tourney
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HUDSON COUNTY -- Several local high school basketball teams have advanced to their respective state sectional semifinals and quarterfinals, which were slated to begin Friday night. Among the boys, ...
NJ state senator/mayor calls Trump a ‘monster’ at immigration event
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UNION CITY – On Wednesday evening, the city of Union City hosted a seminar on immigrants’ rights. The densely populated city is home to a sizeable population from Latin America, particularly Cuba. ...
North Bergen teachers reach contract agreement with school board
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NORTH BERGEN -- The North Bergen Federation of Teachers reached a tentative contract agreement with the North Bergen Board of Education a week ago Friday, according to School Superintendant George ...
Did you miss these stories from Bayonne?
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Four generations and 99 years of Larry Resnick’s family have sold hardware on Broadway before the company moved from its iconic Resnick’s Hardware store on 46th Street to its new digs 10 blocks sou...
St. Dominic swimmer keeps breaking records
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JERSEY CITY— Danielle Prekop of Jersey City had a great day on Monday at the Hudson County Swimming Championship finals. The Saint Dominic Academy sophomore broke two county records in the 200 yard...
More layoffs at the Bayonne school district
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The Bayonne Board of Education (BBOED) continued its round of layoffs and demotions at a meeting on February 28 in an effort to cut costs amid a reported $2 million budget deficit that increases by...
Garbage truck driver faces charges for allegedly killing Bayonne pedestrian
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The garbage truck driver who allegedly struck and killed a pedestrian, Caleb Serrano, 32, of Bayonne, on the corner of Avenue C and 55th Street on February 3 has been charged with causing a death w...
Rally against Jared Kushner to be held at City Hall
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JERSEY CITY -- To follow up on a protest held in front of the two Trump Towers in Jersey City, protestors will be holding a Evict Trump- rally on Wednesday, March 8 in front of Jersey City City Hal...
Opening day for the Division of Recreation’s Buddy Baseball League set for May 6
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Registration has begun for the Division of Recreation’s Buddy Baseball league. Buddy Baseball, open to Bayonne residents, boys and girls, ages 4-21, is a program for mentally and physically challen...