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Bayonne contingent parade chairman celebrates 25 years at helm
by Joseph Passantino
Reporter staff writer
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For Richard Romelczyk, 57, of Bayonne, the 25 years have been quick and gratifying. It was in August 1990 that the organizing committee for Bayonne’s contingent for the New York City Pulaski Day Pa...
Blessed Miriam Teresa, S.C., one year commemoration of beatification
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To the Editor: On behalf of the parish family of St. John the Baptist Byzantine Catholic Church, 15 East 26th Street, Bayonne, I would like to inform everyone that we will be having a Divine Liturg...
Bayonne Elite Cheerleading’s Third Annual Card Party
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Bayonne Elite Cheerleading is a local recreation cheerleading team that is composed of over 200 talented young people ranging in ages from 4 to 18. We are a competitive team that competes on the lo...
Division of Recreation and US Sports Institute announce Fall Lacrosse registration
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The Division of Recreation will team up once again with the US Sports Institute and the Lacrosse camp will is designed for beginners with little or no previous lacrosse experience. Children will le...
A long road traveled; a long road ahead.
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To the Editor: Back in February, Mom had back surgery. That was successful. However, while in rehab, she got a sepsis infection, which led to two major heart attacks, and two strokes. This began a ...
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Bayonne man sentenced for role in illegal gambling enterprise A Bayonne man was sentenced to 15 months in prison for conspiring with a criminal enterprise that engaged in illegal sports betting in ...
Cranes tower above upper Washington Street in Hoboken as construction of apartments continues
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HOBOKEN – 1450 Washington St. in Hoboken has been area of bustling construction workers, strident machinery, and most-recently, two soaring cranes. Just outside The Hudson Reporter’s headquarters, ...
Boy dies after jumping off roof in Jersey City
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JERSEY CITY -- A 13-year-old boy jumped from the roof of a building at the corner of Baldwin and Hopkins avenues at approximately 7:45 a.m. on Sept.15. According to Jennifer Morrill, spokesperson f...
Secaucus tackling prescription drug abuse
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SECAUCUS – The Secaucus Coalition for a Healthy and Drug Free Community, a community-based organization focused in teen’s substance abuse prevention efforts, is preparing to launch a media campaign...
Of 23 that originally filed for Hoboken school board and city council, two names not on ballot
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HOBOKEN – The ballot drawing for the upcoming Nov. 3 elections for Hoboken’s Board of Education and City Council was released Friday, Sept. 11. Two candidates who originally filed to run in August ...