NO AND YES – A NJ Transit spokesman said that photographs are not supposed to be taken on NJ Transit platforms if they interfere with safety and privacy. If a commercial company wants to do photography or filming they are usually allowed to so, with prior notice.
NO AND YES – A NJ Transit spokesman said that photographs are not supposed to be taken on NJ Transit platforms if they interfere with safety and privacy. If a commercial company wants to do photography or filming they are usually allowed to so, with prior notice.
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CHECKING IN? – This property on the northern end of the South Cove Commons shopping strip could conceivably be turned into a hotel that would serve cruise line passengers, vacationers visiting New York City, or business travelers.
CHECKING IN? – This property on the northern end of the South Cove Commons shopping strip could conceivably be turned into a hotel that would serve cruise line passengers, vacationers visiting New York City, or business travelers.
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EYE CATCHING – The terra cotta and black façade of KP Sarelli’s.
EYE CATCHING – The terra cotta and black façade of KP Sarelli’s.
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GREAT EXPERIENCE – Marist High School junior Nicole Caceres is all smiles after attending a national youth conference in New York last month. Caceres was awarded a grant to study medicine.
GREAT EXPERIENCE – Marist High School junior Nicole Caceres is all smiles after attending a national youth conference in New York last month. Caceres was awarded a grant to study medicine.
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HONEY BEES --  For the second consecutive year the Bayonne High School Baseball Program visited the kids at the Children's Specialized Hospital in Mountainside N.J. The players brought presents and spread some holiday cheer to the children, most of whom stay there to be cared for on a fulltime basis. After getting a tour from program director Collette Forsier, the team met some of the kids and also got to make holiday cards that were to be hung in their rooms at the facility. "The philosophy behind the trip holds more than one meaning," head coach Dave Hoffmann said. "In one respect we get to bring some positive spirit and much needed holiday cheer to all those little boys and girls who really need it. Second and most important this trip puts life into its proper perspective for our young men. No matter how difficult things may be in their lives someone out there will always be experiencing worse." The BEES Baseball Program also contributes throughout the year with other community programs: Mr.Amadeo's Ability Day Camp, the BEOF Food Drive, and Mayor Davis's Clean the Streets Program.
HONEY BEES -- For the second consecutive year the Bayonne High School Baseball Program visited the kids at the Children's Specialized Hospital in Mountainside N.J. The players brought presents and spread some holiday cheer to the children, most of whom stay there to be cared for on a fulltime basis. After getting a tour from program director Collette Forsier, the team met some of the kids and also got to make holiday cards that were to be hung in their rooms at the facility. "The philosophy behind the trip holds more than one meaning," head coach Dave Hoffmann said. "In one respect we get to bring some positive spirit and much needed holiday cheer to all those little boys and girls who really need it. Second and most important this trip puts life into its proper perspective for our young men. No matter how difficult things may be in their lives someone out there will always be experiencing worse." The BEES Baseball Program also contributes throughout the year with other community programs: Mr.Amadeo's Ability Day Camp, the BEOF Food Drive, and Mayor Davis's Clean the Streets Program.
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DECK THE CITY HALLS--Two performers from the Garden Street School of the Performing Arts at the Hoboken Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony at City Hall on Monday, Dec. 15.
DECK THE CITY HALLS--Two performers from the Garden Street School of the Performing Arts at the Hoboken Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony at City Hall on Monday, Dec. 15.
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CHRISTMAS WRAPPING—Children can drop of their letters to Santa in this special red mailbox in front of the Post Office at 89 River St.
CHRISTMAS WRAPPING—Children can drop of their letters to Santa in this special red mailbox in front of the Post Office at 89 River St.
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