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Former Heights Resident Found Dead in NYC Topped Local News This Week

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

Former Heights Man Found Dead in NYC

The man found stabbed to death early Sunday on a West Village sidewalk has been identified as Michael Jones, a former Hasbrouck Heights resident who currently lived in West Harrison, New York, according to the NYPD.

Heights Youngster to Get Canine Best Friend

Erin Bischoff, who suffers from a rare fragile bone disease, has been sponsored by Milkbone and Sam's Club to receive a Canine Assistants dog. Her 6th grade classmates, school officials and family members accompanied her at a special presentation.

Spooky Proof that Ghosts Exist Comes to Heights

Hasbrouck Heights community packed the library community room Tuesday night to hear a presentation on ghost research from the South Jersey Ghost Research team.

More Boulevard Work to Come

Although the majority of the work to the current phases in the revitalization to the borough’s downtown shopping district are just about all complete, there is still more to come.

Heights Schools Show Decreases in Violence Report

Numbers continue to decline in the areas of vandalism and violence from year to year in Hasbrouck Heights schools according to the state Violence and Vandalism Report released last week for the 2011-2012 school year.

New Fence Could Bar Revenue Source for Board of Ed

Hasbrouck Heights Board of Education continues to pursue the idea of signage at Depken Field as a way to generate some revenue however borough officials say signs on the new fence may upset neighbors.

Plenty Eat Pasta in Support of Knights of Columbus

Plenty of plates were piled high with pasta and meatballs as supporters of the Knights of Columbus dined together Sunday evening in the Corpus Christi School cafeteria for the organization's annual pasta dinner fundraiser.

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