Heights Police Address Concerns Regarding Attempted Lurings
Hasbrouck Heights police say they have been keeping watch for any suspicious activity in relation to recent reports of attempted luring of young children in area neighborhoods.
Heights Youngsters Paint the Town for Halloween
Wednesday afternoon school kids and their Moms and Dads flocked to the Boulevard to paint the town for Halloween. The annual Halloween Window Painting Contest, sponsored by the Hasbrouck Heights Chamber of Commerce, is a long standing tradition in town.
Heights Police Warn of Kidnapping Scam
Police say there have been reports from area departments of individuals receiving calls from someone demanding ransom for the release of a kidnapped loved one.
Parents Helping Parents is New Committee's Motto
The newly formed Hasbrouck Heights Collaborative Parents Committee which brings together parents of special needs students held its first official meeting Tuesday night.
Heights Students Gain Confidence With Glee
Hasbrouck Heights Middle School eighth graders are literally singing praises about a new elective class that is teaching them positive self-expression and helping them gain confidence.
Hasbrouck Heights Teachers Receive New Contract
Hasbrouck Heights Board of Education approved the new contract for its teachers Thursday night as the result of negotions which both board and teachers union members said went smoothly.
Eye Level Learning Center Opens on the Boulevard
Supplemental enrichment program teaches students how to master their English and Math skills.
Witches and Wolves Haunt Hasbrouck Heights
Woodland Park was transformed into a spooky haunted setting with eerie music and creepy characters lurking behind the trees Tuesday night, as the annual Haunted Hayride got underway.
Husband and wife Army pilots visited Corpus Christi School to thank the students for their support while they were stationed in Afghanistan.