Gypsy Jazz up next at the UBS Atrium Series
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WEEHAWKEN -- Finnish guitarist Olli Soikkeli and French accordionist Julien Labro have joined forces to create a new take on traditional Gypsy Jazz. Their fresh approach to this iconic music has de...
Secaucus reaches deal to assist development of 3,000 parking spaces near Secaucus Junction
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SECAUCUS--Secaucus has reached an agreement with developer Secaucus Brownfields Redevelopment, LLC, that helps redevelop the former Malanka Landfill property into a commuter parking lot with 3,000 ...
Weehawken High School robotics team to enter first ever competition
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WEEHAWKEN--The Weehawken High School robotics team will compete at their first robotics competition Saturday, Feb. 18. The national Vex Robotics competition tasks participants with designing and bu...
Bayonne Bridge to open one lane in both directions
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BAYONNE - The new elevated roadway on the Bayonne Bridge will open on Monday, Feb.20 after nearly four years of construction. Initially, one lane will be open in each direction, but by the bridge’s...
Hoboken murder suspect arrested in Massachusetts
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HOBOKEN--According to the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office, Keyshaun Wiggins, 18, of Jersey City was arrested by members of the U.S. Marshals Service Fugitive Task Force at a residence in Springfi...
Trump and Christie do lunch. Was more than meat loaf on the menu?
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WASHINGTON – Despite earlier denials that Gov. Chris Christie’s lunch with President Trump on Valentine’s Day didn’t include discussion of a White House job, the New York Times reported on Thursday...
Did you miss these stories from Bayonne?
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The city council this week will vote on two controversial matters – the $2.5 million purchase of Holy Family and a 25-year tax abatement for a 10-story,mixed-use building set for development at Bro...
Bayonne City Council grants PILOT with 5 percent allotted for school district
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BAYONNE -- The Bayonne City Council passed a new kind of PILOT (payment in lieu of taxes) at Wednesday’s council meeting, 4-1, allocating five percent of PILOT payments to the Bayonne School Distri...
Bayonne inching closer to installing a ferry
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BAYONNE -- Bayonne has long dreamed of a ferry connecting the Peninsula City to Manhattan. At a city council meeting on Wednesday, February 15, Business Administrator Joe DeMarco revealed that a me...
19 East breaks ground, to finish by Spring 2018
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BAYONNE -- City officials and developers met to break ground at the new 19 East development on 19 East 19th Street on Monday, February 13. The new apartment building is one of many of its kind goin...