Oak Street Murder being investigated
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JERSEY CITY -- The murder of a 24-year-old man on Feb. 7 is the subject of an investigation by the Hudson County Prosecutor’s office. In a release, Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez said that ...
Corrected state income tax forms at Bayonne Public Library
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BAYONNE – Bayonne Library Director Sneh Bains has announced that corrected 2015 New Jersey State Income Tax 1040 forms are available at the library, at 31st Street and Avenue C. “Anyone who picked ...
North Bergen opens warming centers through the weekend
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NORTH BERGEN – Due to the extremely cold temperatures expected, North Bergen will be opening the following warming centers Friday through Monday, Feb. 12 through 15: • Uptown main library, 8411 Ber...
Second ‘Bayonne Night’ with New Jersey Devils announced
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BAYONNE – The Bayonne Division of Recreation has announced that “Bayonne, My Town Night" will be held with the New Jersey Devils for the second straight year. The Devils will honor Bayonne and its ...
Most in Bayonne school lunch fraud case will not be charged
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BAYONNE – Most of the people accused of submitting false income information to allow their children to receive fully or partially subsidized school lunches have had their charges dropped, according...
Origin of five-alarm Bayonne fire released
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BAYONNE – The origin, but not the cause, of a five-alarm fire on Broadway in Bayonne on Jan. 19, which involved three buildings and displaced dozens, has been determined, according to a fire offici...
Protecting Hoboken from flooding doesn't have to come from an 'ugly wall,' Zimmer says during State of the City
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HOBOKEN - Two months after residents took city planners to task on proposed concepts to erect seawalls to help make Hoboken flood-proof, Mayor Dawn Zimmer said during her State of the City yesterda...
Bayonne Bridge to close part of weekend for construction
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BAYONNE – Weather permitting, the Bayonne Bridge will close from 11:59 p.m. Friday, Feb. 12 through 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 13, to accommodate ongoing construction work on the Raise the Roadway proje...
Storm-battered cruise ship returns to Bayonne port
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BAYONNE – Royal Caribbean Cruise Line’s Anthem of the Seas returned to its home port of Bayonne on Wednesday night, Feb. 10, after what passengers described as a harrowing experience at sea. The sh...
More than $6,000 raised to keep homeless woman (Joan) and her cat off cold Hoboken streets
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HOBOKEN – Often, people believe there’s not much one can do to help the homeless. And they say that if they try to help, they don’t know where their money goes. But what if it makes someone’s life ...