Heights Welcomes Fall Season with Family Fun
Hasbrouck Heights families enjoyed a fun-filled day at Woodland Park Saturday during the borough's annual Town Day event which featured food, music, games and more.
Heights Kiwanis Club Says Goodbye After 60 Years
Kiwanis Club disbands due to lack of membership over the past five years. The club and its supporters celebrated 60 years of service to the community this past Sunday with an anniversary luncheon.
Police Charge Juvenile in McDonald's Bomb Threat
Hasbrouck Heights Police have charged a 17-year old juvenile with terroristic threats for calling in a bomb threat to McDonald’s last week that shut down the fast food restaurant for more than an hour.
Field Fence Work Has Begun
Installation of the new fencing along the Franklin Avenue side of Depken field should take about two weeks to complete.
Boulevard Exxon Station Gets Ok for Improvements
The Exxon gas station on the Boulevard is undergoing some improvements to modernize the facility.
Billboard Application Would Need Further Changes
The media company would need to further revise its plans to build a billboard on the eastern side of Route 17 in order to obtain another public hearing from the Zoning Board.
Parents Learn How They Can Help Combat Bullying
Hasbrouck Heights School District brought in a cyber bullying expert to address parents on the role they can play in helping their children and in dealing with the HIB law.
Wood-Ridge Man Charged in Slaying of East Rutherford Woman
Daniel L. Rochat has been charged in the recent murder of a 74-year old East Rutherford woman who was found dead in her home last month.
High school Drama class students put on improv skits from the middle school students, an anti-bullying educational exercise.
Students at both Euclid and Lincoln elementary schools have been taking part in character education activities and lessons during this annual Week of Respect.