Center of controversy
Superintendent’s new contract focus of board of ed meeting

Dozens of people attended the Jan. 29 regular meeting of the Bayonne Board of Education, voicing their opinions on a number of issues. High on the list was the two-year contract extension of Superintendent of Schools Patricia McGeehan. Several were interested in the communication from Interim Executive County Superintendent Monica Tone about McGeehan’s contract addendum. …

Superintendent’s new contract focus of board of ed meeting

JAROSZ, KATHLEEN

(nee Corkery), 70 of Bayonne passed away on January 30, 2015. She was born and raised in Jersey City and moved to Bayonne in 1986. Kathleen was a data entry clerk with G.T.K. Productions of Jersey City for 20 years prior to her retirement 10 years ago. Kathleen was predeceased by her husband Wiestaw Jarosz. …

Bengals crowned champs

BENGALS CROWNED CHAMPS – The 2014 Bengals of JCC of Bayonne indoor flag football senior division champions from the left are Ian Giron, Kyle Arano, Jared Radil, Andres Giron, Drew Radil, Coach Andy Winters, Harsh Easwar and Alex Camacho.

Chargers place third

CHARGERS PLACE THIRD – The 2014 Chargers placed third in the JCC of Bayonne’s indoor flag football senior division. From the left are Coach Andy Winters, Brandon Kobryn, Kevin Aguilar, Jaden Subacz, James Johnson and Kasper Hooks. (Not in photo: Jalen Nash and Alejandro Cifuentes).

Looking for love
Residents tell how they met, or about their worst dates

With Valentine’s Day drawing close, thoughts turn to love triumphs and near-misses. The release of the movie “Fifty Shades of Grey” on Feb. 13, the beginning of Valentine’s Weekend, has refocused attention on how potential love interests come together, whether they meet “Mr. or Ms. Right,” or put themselves out there only to get disappointed …

Residents tell how they met, or about their worst dates