Carting firm coming early Friday to pick up garbage and missed recycling in Bayonne
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BAYONNE – Suburban Disposal, Bayonne’s carting contractor, will come to Bayonne beginning at 3 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 10, for regular garbage pickups and to pick up any recycling that was missed on T...
103-year-old ex-Secaucus Mayor Paul Amico dies; took town from pig farms to living/shopping mecca
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SECAUCUS -- Former Secaucus Mayor Paul Amico, 103, has died. The mayor from 1963 to his political retirement in 1990, he won an unprecedented 14 elections. He was credited for helping the town make...
Do you want to build a snowman? Schools closed in Hudson County; buses running; 8 in. expected
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HUDSON COUNTY -- Due to a winter storm that may drop up to 8 inches of snow on Hudson County today (Thursday), schools in the area are closed. Public schools in Bayonne, Gutenberg, Hoboken, Jersey ...
Triumphing Over Tragedy
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Tara Ryazansky’s cover story is about some of our Bayonne neighbors who have transcended horrible personal tragedies by giving back to the community. In this issue we salute Margaret Abrams, Pam O’...
Accidental Activists
Turning unspeakable tragedies into forces for good
by Tara Ryazansky
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Pam O’Donnell walks the baseball field with her daughter Ali and their new dog, Peanut. Stephen R. Gregg Park means a lot to her family. She often circles the bases, talking to her husband and reme...
Helping People at All Times BLP
Girls Scouts uphold a century-old tradition
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The scrumptious “S” word will be forever linked to the Girl Scouts—s’mores. If you were a Girl Scout, it’s hard to forget that burnt-marshmallow messy concoction with the name that says it all. But...
Capturing the friendliest places in town
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To be clear, it’s far from last call for Bayonne’s many neighborhood bars. But with development mushrooming, new high rises going up, and waterfront improvements in the works, these iconic watering...
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Seems like our four-legged friends love making an appearance in Bayonne. Here are some more images of our ever-popular non-taxpaying friends and neighbors. Please remember to email your city critte...
Vince Virga
by Anand Rao
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I was a little nervous when I was asked to work out with Vincent Virga. Never having trained with a triathlete, I was worried about not being able to stay the course, much less write a feature abou...
That’s All Right
Bayonne Elvis is all shook up
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You’ve no doubt seen it—or at least heard it: a white van cruising up Broadway, blaring Elvis songs from its speakers. Now that our office is on Broadway in Bayonne, this is an almost daily occurre...