Bayonne Mayor Jimmy Davis issued a proclamation declaring October to be Distracted Driving Awareness Month in the City of Bayonne. This presentation was one of many events organized by safe driving advocate Pam O’Donnell. Four years ago, her husband and daughter died in an automobile crash. That tragedy has compelled her to speak out before a variety of audiences about the importance of safe driving and the consequences of highway deaths. She has spoken to audiences at churches, schools, and corporations. The proclamation refers to public education programs sponsored by the National Safety Council and the Catch You Later Foundation. Pictured left to right: Public Safety Director Robert Kubert, Public Works Director Tom Cotter, First Ward Council Member Neil Carroll, Mayor Jimmy Davis, Ali O’Donnell, Pam O’Donnell, City Council President Sharon Ashe-Nadrowski, Council Member At-Large Juan Perez, and Police Chief Robert Geisler.
Members of the Jersey City Police Department will join other Hudson County law enforcement agencies to raise money for the Special Olympics New Jersey by participating in the 37th annual Law Enforcement Torch Run.
JCPD Officers will run through the Jersey City leg of the route carrying the “Flame of Hope,” which is escorted by more than 3,000 officers total through 26 communities, ultimately making its way to the lighting of the Special Olympics New Jersey cauldron at the Opening Ceremony.
10:30 AM on Friday, October 9, 2020
Intersection of Communipaw and West Side Avenues, Jersey City, NJ
Mayor Jimmy Davis announced that outdoor dining and entertainment events on Uptown Broadway have been scheduled for Friday, October 9, and Thursday, October 15, from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
The event of Friday, October 9, will take place on Broadway from 41st Street to 45th Street, with a rain date of Saturday, October 10. Live music will be provided by Keith Borelli and Bennett Rhode.
The event of Thursday, October 15, will take place on Broadway from 33rd Street to 38th Street, with a rain date of Friday, October 16. Live music will be provided by Dave “Doc” Watson and Lisel Cox.
On both dine out nights, a portion Broadway will be closed to traffic in the area of each event, in order to accommodate the outdoor dining and entertainment.
Participating restaurants will set up tables, chairs, and tents on the street.
The event organizer is City Council President Sharon Ashe-Nadrowski. The Council President said, “These special events are all about supporting local restaurants and small businesses during this trying time. We are happy to extend the success of our recent Downtown and Midtown dining events to our Uptown area.
Mayor Davis said, “I would like to thank Council President Ashe-Nadrowski and all participating businesses for planning these great events. We should all do whatever we can to support our local small business community.”
In order to allow for event set-up, the street-closing on Broadway will start at 4:00 p.m. on the night of each event. Broadway will be closed until 11:00 p.m. that night, in order to provide time to remove dining furniture and equipment from the street.
No parking will be allowed on Broadway in the outdoor dining areas from 4:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., in order to provide space for the restaurants and entertainment.
In the event of inclement weather, the rain dates of Saturday, October 10, and Friday, October 16, would have the same hours and street closing details described above for Friday, October 9, and Thursday, October 15.
The dining and entertainment events will observe the mask requirements and social distancing guidelines established by the State of New Jersey.
Mayor Davis and father place ballots in drop box:
Bayonne Mayor Jimmy Davis and father James Davis placed their completed ballots in the secure election drop box in front of City Hall at 630 Avenue C in Bayonne. Mayor Davis said, “My dad and I voted this morning. Please make sure you vote via the mail-in ballot. Once you have filled out your ballot completely, you can drop it at the designated secure ballot drop box located in front of City Hall.”
Jersey City, NJ – Birth, death, and everything in between. Over the past few months, Dr. Peter Lee has experienced it all.
As an attending physician and the associate director of Emergency Medicine at RWJBarnabas Health’s Jersey City Medical Center, Dr. Lee has been on the front lines of the COVID-19 battle.
Between 18th to 25th Streets
Mayor Jimmy Davis announced that a Dine Out and Shop Out Event on Broadway has been scheduled for Thursday, September 24, from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Broadway will be closed to traffic from 18th Street to 25th Street, in order to accommodate the event. Participating restaurants will set up tables, chairs, and tents on the street. Participating stores will have sidewalk sales. The event will feature live music. Additional details will be announced.
Residents Can Obtain Free Naloxone at 322 Participating Pharmacies Without Providing Name or a Prescription
11 Hudson County Pharmacies to Participate
Jerry’s Drug and Surgical Supply in Bayonne
Medicine Man Pharmacy & Compounding in Hoboken
Acme Pharmacy in Jersey City and West New York
Riteaid in Jersey City
Walgreens in Jersey City and Union City
Midtown Pharmacy in Kearny
Shoprite Pharmacy of Kearny
Walmart in Kearny and Secaucus
CVS in North Bergen and Secaucus
Trinity Pharmacy in Union City
Park Avenue Pharmacy in Weehawken
Governor Murphy and Human Services Commissioner Carole Johnson today announced the state will offer the opioid overdose reversal drug naloxone (commonly called Narcan) for free to residents at participating pharmacies throughout New Jersey from September 24th through 26th.
JERSEY CITY – Mayor Steven M. Fulop announced today the prestigious appointment of Jersey City’s Director of the Department of Finance, John Metro, to the Committee on Governmental Budgeting & Fiscal Policy, a national think tank for emerging issues, concepts, and techniques in public finance. As a member of the committee, he will work in conjunction with other government finance professionals from across the nation to advise and recommend policies in budgeting, management, and related public finance areas.
|Learning a second language offers benefits that go far beyond just broader communication and crossing language and cultural barriers. Although we are all familiar with some of the more common reasons why bilingualism is advantageous, some other surprising advantages are rarely explored. Learning a second language increases cognitive ability according to recent research. It also enhances soft skills, which are a combination of people, social, and communication skills. Moreover, a second language usually increases mastery of the native language as well as a renewed appreciation for it. Certain World Languages predominate today’s necessary technologies such as the internet as well as industries and agencies. |
Source: World Economic Forum
A second language offers marketability and professional development. The Continuing Education Department at Hudson County Community College welcomes you to join our language institute where you have the opportunity to learn the basics of a new language and expand your view on cultures.
|Days: Mondays & WednesdaysDate: 10/5/2020 – 11/4/2020Time: 6:00 pm to 7:00 pmInstructor: Djadji SyllaPrice: $45|
|Basic ItalianDays: Tuesdays & FridaysDates: 10/6/2020 – 11/6/2020Time: 6:00 pm to 7:00 pmInstructor: Gabriela FossatiPrice: $45||Basic ArabicDays: Mondays & WednesdaysDates: 10/12/2020 – 11/11/2020Time: 6:00 pm to 7:00 pmInstructor: Marwa AbdelazizPrice: $45|
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