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Garden Street Farmers’ Market returns The Garden Street Farmers’ Market kicks off on Saturday, May 5 at the Garden Street Mews on Fourteenth and Garden streets. The yearly outdoor market – which fe...
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A funeral mass was held April 25 at Immaculate Conception Church in Secaucus for John E. Rozansky, 89. He passed away peacefully on April 21 at his residence in Secaucus. Born and raised in Secaucu...
Prep’s Carey acting like a full-fledged ace
by Jim Hague
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It’s his fourth season of varsity baseball at St. Peter’s Prep, so Jack Carey should be carrying himself and acting like a seasoned veteran, like someone who fully well knows what is expected of hi...
Fire Safety
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Dear Editor: More than 40 people from 11 families were displaced after an explosive fire ripped through a three-story home that contained several apartments and then spread to the building next doo...
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31st Street ramp to Route 495 Westbound remains closed overnight State Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials have announced that two Route 495 westbound ramps will continue to be closed ov...
Weed on weed
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Dear editor: Re: Will City Go To Pot, Reporter, April 22. Our state, along with others, is wrestling with the problem of whether or not to "legalize" pot. The solution is simple. All NJ has to do i...
WalletHub calls Jersey City ‘most diverse’ in the nation
May 04, 2018 | 0 0 comments | 175 175 recommendations | email to a friend
JERSEY CITY – After comparing more than 500 of the largest cities in the nation, WalletHub, a personal finance website based in Washington, D.C., has determined that Jersey City is the most diverse...
Bayonne is in the Swim!
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It would be hard to find a Hudson County town that’s evolving as quickly as Bayonne. Its industrial heyday was fun and flush. When factories folded and before the light rail debuted, the city was a...
Christmastime, 1958
A Bayonne native chooses triumph over tragedy
by Kate Rounds
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Sometime after 10 p.m. on the evening of Dec. 18, 1958, a Staten Island thug named Dick Biegenwald and his benighted accomplice, a droopy-eyed, full-lipped loser named Jimmy Sparnroft headed to Bay...
Monumental Impression
Tears of joy and sadness for a giant memorial
by Kate Rounds
Photos by Marianne Troia
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There has probably been no time in the last seven decades when Russia has so dominated the headlines of U.S. newspapers: We were allies during the Second World War. We were chilly adversaries durin...