Boulevard Work, Traffic and School Goals in Top News This Week

Taking a look back on some of the top stories this week.

The Boulevard will remain open to traffic and businesses will stay open while work to tear up and replace sidewalks and curbs continues to a two-block section over the next few weeks.

The Hasbrouck Heights school district mapped out a plan for the upcoming school year that focuses on literacy, math and character education to decrease bullying incidents.

A broken sewer main pipe underneath part of  Route 17 south shut down two lanes over a two-and-a-half-day period this week as emergency repairs were done.

Superintendent Mark Porto presented the violence and vandalism report for the 2011-2012 school year, updating the number of HIB incidents previously reported.

Deadtime Stories, children's horror fiction series, author Annette Cascone visited the Hasbrouck Heights Public Library Tuesday.

The police department's eight patrol cars may soon have an upgraded video system as the old VHS system has become outdated.


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