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Boulevard Parking Woes, School Safety in Top Local News This Week

Miss any local news this week? Catch up with the weekly recap!

Heights Resident Frustrated With Boulevard Parking Situation

Hasbrouck Heights resident Robert LaMotta points to the need for better parking on the Boulevard in his letter to the editor which sparked discussion amongst readers.

A group of parents has come forward looking to work with the school board, police and local officials to find ways to make the schools safer for their children following the Newtown tragedy.

Four Homes to Be Built on Old Sylvester's Property

Heights Zoning board has granted approval to allow a developer to subdivide the Terrace Avenue property in order to construct four 2-family homes.

Job Seekers Network Celebrates 2 Years of Helping Hundreds Succeed

Neighbors helping Neighbors job seekers group, which has a local group meeting reguarly in Hasbrouck Heights, celebrated 2 years of helping hundreds find jobs.

Heights' Honors its Raiders Football Cheerleaders

Forty-nine young ladies received certificates from the Mayor and council Tuesday for their achievements as the Junior Football Raider Cheerleaders Super Bowl champs.

Heights' Caparino Pledges to Raise Thousands for Autism Speaks

Hasbrouck Heights woman pledges to double her fundraising efforts to help raise autism awareness in honor of her nephew who has been diagnosed with a light form of autism.

Curly's Ice Cream Closes Its Heights Location

The homemade ice cream shop recently closed its doors citing 'difficult economic times.'

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