Food Drive in Bayonne Schools for Make A Difference Day

Mayor Mark A. Smith commended Bayonne’s public and religious schools for conducting a food drive from October 3 through November 4. In some previous years, the food drive ended in October. It has been extended into November to encourage increased participation. The drive is part of the annual, national Make A Difference Day activities. National […]

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Halloween Show at the Library

On Thursday, October 27, at 3:30 p.m., the Bayonne Free Public Library will present a Halloween Spooktacular show by magician Brian Richards. The event will take place in the O’Connor Gallery of the library, which is located on the second floor of the building at 31st Street and Avenue C. Mr. Richards will use magic, […]

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Mayor Smith’s Office Hours Suspended on Tuesday, October 18

Mayor Mark A. Smith’s regular Tuesday evening office hours have been suspended for Tuesday, October 18, due to the wake scheduled then for Joe Tagliareni, Mayor Smith’s Aide, who passed away on Saturday.

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Mayor Smith, Assemblyman O’Donnell work to stop the end of Midtown Bus Service

99S Service from Bayonne to Port Authority Bus Terminal in Jeopardy Mayor Mark A. Smith called upon Red and Tan Lines and Coach USA to continue to operate Bayonne to Midtown Manhattan service via the 99S bus route. The Mayor received a letter on Tuesday from Counsel for the bus company that they intended to […]

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Bayonne Bars and Liquor Stores Take Responsible Service Seriously

Over 40 employees from ten different Bayonne alcohol vendors attended a voluntary training on Saturday, September 17. “The Techniques of Alcohol Management” (TAMS) training covered information on professionalism, ethical conduct, monitoring customers, identifying false identification, and knowing the laws and liabilities related to selling alcohol to underage youth. The TAMS training was conducted by retired […]

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Bayonne Leaf Recycling Begins Monday, October 17

Mayor Mark A. Smith announced the City of Bayonne will conduct curbside pick-up of autumn leaves on Mondays in the fall, beginning Monday, October 17. The pick-ups will take place citywide on Mondays only through Monday, December 5. Residents may place leaves in special eco-friendly leaf bags, in barrels, or in paper bags. Plastic bags […]

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Kids’ Travel Club Plans Visit to Ripley’s Museum

The Bayonne Recreation Division’s Travel Club for Kids’ next trip will be to Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Odditorium in Time Square on Saturday, October 22, 2011. Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Times Square Odditorium houses the ultimate in the odd and bizarre, including the largest gallery of authentic shrunken heads, a section of the […]

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Registration Extended for Fall/Winter Arts and Crafts Lessons

Mayor Mark A. Smith and the Director of Municipal Services, Joe Waks, have announced the Recreation Division will extend registration for the Fall/Winter Arts & Crafts Lessons. Registration has been extended to Tuesday, October 11, 2011. Arts & Crafts lessons are open to Bayonne residents, boys & girls, ages 6 to 13. Classes are offered […]

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