Sandy Aftermath, Gunfire Report, Election in Top November News

Here are some of the top stories that caught readers attention in November

PSE&G Repair Crews to Focus On Hasbrouck Heights

During the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, PSE&G crews vowed to focus on Hasbrouck Heights as a top priority as hundreds still went without power a week after the storm.

No Signs of Gunfire in Hasbrouck Heights Shots Fired Report

Two people detained after a motorist reported gunfire on Route 17 near the Bendix Diner have been released and police say the initial report was unfounded. Police initially reported there were gunshots, but said later they had not verified the report.

Heights Helps Out Moonachie Flood Victims

Hasbrouck Heights folks have been reaching out to lend a hand to their neighbors in Moonachie and Little Ferry which took a serious hit during Sandy as a tidal surge flooded out the towns.

Gas Demands Cause Gridlock on Rte. 17

Cars backed up for miles on Route 17 in Paramus, also in Hasbrouck Heights to fill up their tanks as the gas shortage in the area continues.

Firefighters Near and Far Band Together to Help Sandy Victims

An 18-wheeler arrived at the Hasbrouck Heights Fire Department Sunday from Pascagoula, Mississippi loaded with donated supplies for the people of Moonachie and Little Ferry affected by Hurricane Sandy.

Heights Woman Dies Two Days After Being Struck By Vehicle

Reports say the 72-year old Hasbrouck Heights woman was struck by a vehicle when she was crossing Summit Avenue in Hackensack Monday evening.

Unofficial vote totals show Democrat Christian Semenecz has unseated Republican incumbent John Dingertopadre in the Hasbrouck Heights race for council while Republican Russell Lipari has been re-elected to his second term.

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