Statement from Bayonne Department of Public Safety

The New York City Police Department on Saturday arrested An “al-Qaida sympathizer” accused of plotting to bomb police and post offices in New York City and U.S. troops returning home as well as Bayonne Police Headquarters. Public Safety Director Jason O’Donnell said that the Bayonne Police Department is working with the NYPD and other agencies […]

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Annual Turkey Toss Set for Wednesday, November 23

Mayor Mark A. Smith and Joe Waks, Director of Municipal Services, have announced that Recreation Division is sponsoring the Annual Turkey Toss for boys and girls, ages 12 & under, on Wednesday, November 23, 2011. The Turkey Toss will take place at Fitzpatrick Park (27th St. and Avenue C.) Boys and girls will toss rings […]

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Turnpike Traffic Advisory

Subject to ongoing weather, the Turnpike Authority is currently scheduled to shift traffic on the Newark Bay Bridge, between Exits 14 and 14A on the Turnpike Extension, on Friday night, November 18th. The new pattern will shift the two westbound lanes to the center of the bridge, onto the new bridge deck. There will be […]

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Name Corrected On World War II Memorial, Thanks to Efforts of Bayonne Resident

Mayor Mark A. Smith announced that the misspelled name of a Bayonne man who died in the Battle of the Bulge has finally been corrected on a local memorial. For years, the name of Solomon Saltzman had been rendered “Satlzman” on the World War II memorial at Mayor Dennis P. Collins Park on First Street. […]

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