September's Top Headlines Include Ex-Cop Back in Court, Back to School

See what everyone has been reading about this month. Also back by popular demand is the photo from the first day of school which Patch has named the Photo of the Month!

No. 1 - Smith Maintains Not Guilty Plea to Murder Charges

Former Hasbrouck Heights police officer charged with the murder of his longtime friend maintains his not guilty plea during a second court appearance Sept. 10.

No. 2 - Multi-Vehicle Accident Sends Child to the Hospital

A multi-vehicle accident involving an ambulance shut down a portion of Terrace Avenue on the afternoon of Sept. 11 and sent one youngster to the hospital.

No. 3 - Heights Police Investigate McDonald's Bomb Threat

McDonalds on Route 17 South was evacuated for more than an hour on the night of Sept. 26 as police, fire and county bomb squad investigated a bomb threat to the fast food restaurant, said Hasbrouck Heights police.

No. 4 - Enrollment Increases Lead to More Class Size Concerns

Hasbrouck Heights school district has experienced another recent boost in enrollment which is leading to increased concerns for parents and school officials about class size.

No. 5 - Tornado Watch Issued for Bergen County

A tornado watch had been issued by the National Weather Service for Saturday, Sept. 8 for the Bergen County area, along with Essex, Union, Passaic and Hudson.

No. 6 - Welcome Back to School Hasbrouck Heights

Patch hosted a photo gallery on the first day of school, Sept. 5., inviting parents to upoad pictures of their kids as they made their way to back to school.

No. 7 - Hair Trendz Under New Ownership

Teresa Nese is living out of her dream of owning her own salon as the new owner of Hair Trendz Desings on the Boulevard.

No. 8 - Heights Ambulance Suffers Minor Damage in MV Crash

A Hasbrouck Heights ambulance suffered some minor damage to the rear when it was involved in a crash early afternoon Wednesday, Sept. 26 at the intersection of Williams and Terrace avenue.

No. 9 - Heights Police Charge Parsippany Man With Gas Station Robbery

Hasbrouck Heights Police have charged a Parsippany man with the early morning Sept. 10 robbery of the Shell Gas Station on Route 17 South on Monday.

No. 10 - Heights Community Reflects on 9-11

Hasbrouck Heights community gathered at memorial to reflect and remember on the 11th anniversary of 9-11.


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