KEARNEY, OLIVE MARIE
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88, of Toms River died July 31, 2015. Born in Bayonne, she lived there most of her life before moving to Holiday City in Berkeley. She was a retired occupational health nurse from Rheem Manufacturi...
Being fair to residents or welcoming Armageddon?
Professionals say defeating Resnick’s development project could hurt city long term
by Joseph Passantino
Reporter staff writer
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The City Council’s tabling – and the possible upcoming defeat – of an ordinance for a controversial 9- or 10-story residential development could be a death knell for revitalization in Bayonne, thos...
REBUILDING THE RINK
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REBUILDING THE RINK -- Representatives from the city, the boards of education and contractors held a ceremony to mark the start of reconstruction at the Richard Korpi Ice Rink. The facility at Bayo...
MATAN, RICHARD
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MATAN, RICHARD 65, died July 27, 2015. He was the son of the late Edward and Ann Matan; and brother of Edmund Matan and his wife, Debbie; cousin of Arlene Parrino, Lois and Harold Sewing; and he ha...
Show time
Concerts could begin at city entertainment site as early as next month
by Joseph Passantino
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They could be rocking and a rolling by late summer at a new entertainment venue at the former Military Ocean Terminal if all goes as planned, according to the site developer and concert promoter. T...
POLANSKI, IRENE
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70, of St. Charles, MO and formerly of Bayonne died July 28, 2015. Born in New York City, He lived in Bayonne for more than 50 years before moving to Virginia and Missouri. She was employed by the ...
77-ton weak link
Wind turbine becalmed in $350,000 snafu
by Joseph Passantino
Reporter staff writer
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Known as the windmill to most city folks, its huge blades have been motionless for the last few months. It seems impossible that there would be no wind blowing off Kill Van Kull And indeed, it’s no...
Rising pulse of the people
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To the Editor: Wow, is all I have to say after this week’s marathon council meeting. Did the people of Bayonne finally wake up? I believe the capacity crowd who made the time to have their voices h...
BYSA alum to play for Dominican Republic’s national team
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Dominican Futbol Association asked Gladys Loyas head to the Dominican Republic for the team’s Olympic Qualifying games from August 19 – 26. The women will face Jamaica, Bermuda and Dominica. Loyas,...
Discussing tax abatements
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To the Editor: At the last council meeting, the 46th Street high rise was discussed. Take the emotion and politics out of a constructive discussion, and here were the most valid points to discuss. ...