Bayonne


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a city in northeastern New Jersey

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The Coast Guard had used a site at the Military Ocean Terminal Bayonne in recent years as a navigational support site since the closure of nearby Governor's Island.
It was known a fortnight ago that 52-times capped Phillips had been to Bayonne for talks and was set to join the ambitious Basque Country club.
Completed in 2001, Bayview Shopping Center is one of the most recently constructed grocery-anchored shopping centers in the Bayonne market.
The centre of Bayonne consists of three main areas.
Sir - The article headed 'Legend Unearths Welshman We've Never Heard of...' (August 9) brought back memories of the All Whites visits to Bayonne in 1947 and 1948.
A piece of Bayonne's storied past was recognized recently when Bayonne city officials joined representatives of developer, Baker Residential, for special ceremonies to dedicate the restored Elco Crane at Mayor Richard A.
The Bayonne Local Redevelopment Authority (BLRA) has designated Kaplan Companies as the "conditional developer" to build a $500 million neighborhood on the long-vacant Texaco waterfront site, located in the city's Bergen Point section.
The Dragons will open their European Challenge Cup campaign by playing hosts to French big-spenders Bayonne. Paul Turner's men begin life in Europe's second-tier competition on the weekend of October 20-22, with the exact date of the Rodney Parade clash yet to be confirmed.
Baker Residential developed Boatworks, a collection of 160 townhomes, on the historic 10.1-acre site in the Bergen Point section of Bayonne.
Fidelco Bayonne Realty has been named as the developer for the first phase of the mixed-use redevelopment of the Marine Ocean Terminal at Bayonne, known as the "Peninsula at Bayonne Harbor," in Bayonne, N.J.