Captain Delorenzo Retires After 25 Years with Police Department
At the end of this month Captain Jack Delorenzo will conclude his longtime career with the Hasbrouck Heights Police Department as he enters retirement and starts a new chapter in his career.
Heights Police Taking Further Precautions Surrounding Halloween
In light of the recent reports of attempted lurings in other county towns, local police departments including Hasbrouck Heights are considering earlier curfews on Halloween.
Luring Attempts Put Bergen County On Edge as Halloween Approaches
Some Bergen County police chiefs are issuing Mischief Night and Halloween curfews following more than a dozen recent luring attempts in the county.
Mickey's Kids Family Continues to Grow
The Hasbrouck Heights-based foundation presented sponsorship of a Canine Assistants service dog for young Jakob Gibbemeyer of Westfield during the first annual Service Dog Awareness day.
Hasbrouck Heights Board of Education can expect to hear opposition coming in from residents who reside across the street from Depken athletic field about their plan to place signs along the fence as a way to generate revenue.
Lincoln School Students Share Cultures
Hasbrouck Heights' Lincoln School gym was host to one big international party Wednesday as the fourth grade class learned about the cultures of the world.
New Hearing Date for Route 17 Commercial Property Upgrades
Hasbrouck Heights Zoning Board will now hear plans from Three Buildings LLC on Route 17 South to upgrade the property and redesign the parking area on Nov. 15.
Hasbrouck Heights Awarded $18K for Recycling Efforts
New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner grants the borough with nearly $18,000 for its continued recycling efforts.