Vehicle Overturns, Storm Recovery, Police in Schools Tops Local News
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Police said the driver of a vehicle which flipped over after hitting a parked car on MacArthur Avenue was sent to the hospital Monday afternoon.
Hasbrouck Heights community woke up to about 10 to 12 inches of snow Saturday after a winter storm blew through the area overnight. See our photo gallery of reader photos.
Members of the group Hasbrouck Heights Parents for Safe Schools came before the Mayor and council Tuesday night asking for their support in getting police officers into school buildings to protect the children.
White Castle on Route 17 in Hasbrouck Heights proved once again to be a well-known hot spot for couples on Valentine's Day.
A man who started a petition against NJ Transit for fencing off access to the Teterboro-Williams Avenue train stop brought his plight to borough officials Tuesday night who agreed something needs to be done to improve rail access to the borough.
Hasbrouck Heights mayor and council gave out certificates to all the championship team members Tuesday night. See the photo gallery!
The ACLU says that many local police don't know the rules for residents to file complaints against them.
Borough awards contract to begin work to replace old pavilion at Woodland Park with a new structure. The project is still slated to be completed by spring, according to the borough engineer.