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Fire Displaces Family on New Year's, New Councilmen, Patrolmen Top News This Week

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

Fire Displaces Heights Families on New Year's Eve

A two-alarm fire that destroyed the upper stories of a two-family house  on Harrison Avenue in the middle of the night Monday has left two families displaced on New Year's Eve.

Heights Police Welcome Two as Probationary Patrolmen

Two probationary police patrolmen were sworn in during Tuesday's reorganization. The new members replace veterans officers who retired in 2012.

Republican Councilman Russell Lipari begins his second term on the council; Democrat Christian Semenecz joins the council once again.

Mayor Makes Committee Appointments for 2013

Appointments for 2013 for all borough positions were made during the annual reorganization meeting Tuesday.

Rinke Named New Heights Board of Education President

Hasbrouck Heights Board of Education elected a new President and swore in its newest trustees at the annual reorganization meeting Thursday.

Morin Home Voted 'Best Decked House' in Hasbrouck Heights

Meet the man behind the custom-made holiday decorations that earned him the 'best' title on Hasbrouck Heights Patch.

Heights Scouts Volunteer to Help Feed Sandy Victims

Scout troops helped pack baskets of food as part of the Meadowlands Basket Brigade efforts to feed families in Little Ferry affected by Superstorm Sandy.

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