Additional charges outlined for Bayonne cop
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BAYONNE – A city law enforcement officer already charged by federal officials with alleged police brutality has additionally been charged with allegedly obtaining a fraudulent loan, one intended fo...
First piece of new Bayonne Bridge roadway installed
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BAYONNE – One down and 1,081 to go. During the Thursday, Feb. 5 six-hour closure of the Bayonne Bridge, the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey’s contractor installed the first new roadway segm...
Police warn about fake utility workers
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BAYONNE – The city’s police chief is warning residents to be vigilant about letting people into their homes who claim to be utility workers. “In the past week there have been three incidents in the...
North Bergen Commissioner Theresa Ferraro to retire at end of term
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NORTH BERGEN – After a groundbreaking career serving the people of North Bergen, Commissioner Theresa Ferraro announced on Friday, Feb. 6 that she will not seek re-election this year and plans to r...
Lawyer representing Hoboken in Christie investigation gets one year contract extension
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HOBOKEN--The Hoboken City Council last month approved a one year extension to the city’s contract with Gerald Krovatin, the lawyer appointed to represent city officials in the U.S. Attorney Paul Fi...
Possible case of measles being investigated in Jersey City
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JERSEY CITY – City officials confirmed that the state Department of Health and the Jersey City Department of Health are investigating a possible case of measles in Jersey City. The one-year-old chi...
A call for artists made in Bayonne
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BAYONNE – The Community Development Mural Program wants you. If you’re an artist, that is. The city’s Community Development Division will begin its second mural initiative, led by resident artist J...
In 'plane' sight? Feds reportedly subpoenaed records regarding former Port Authority chair David Samson's travel
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NORTH JERSEY -- The Record of Hackensack reported late on Thursday that sources say the federal government issued a subpoena last month related to former Port Authority Chariman David Samson's plan...
Integrating telemedicine into your practice
by JONATHAN M. METSCH, DR.P.H., LLC
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Recently a Medical Economics article http://medicaleconomics.modernmedicine.com * noted: “Many primary care physicians worry that the rapidly-growing field of telemedicine is just too complicated a...
Christie signs legislation merging Meadowlands Commission and NJ Sports Authority
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In a development expected to reap a tax savings for municipalities including Secaucus and North Bergen, the New Jersey Meadowlands Authority will merge with the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Aut...