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Padre Pio Goes Red

Padre Pio Goes Red

Padre Pio Academy in Hackensack celebrated Catholic Schools Week with a “Go Red” campaign to raise money for the American Heart Association. A donation of $1,511 was presented to James…

Sacred Heart Basketball

Sacred Heart Basketball

The Sacred Heart 3rd and 4th grade boys basketball team of Rochelle Park, pictured with coaches Warren Fischbach, Billy Kero and Brian Cronin were all smiles after their victory against…

Mordaga: A Man on a Mission

Mordaga: A Man on a Mission

By Joy Belgiovine Photo Courtesy: Michael Mordaga Michael Mordaga, newly appointed as Hackensack’s police director. On Feb. 4, the face of the Hackensack Police Department will change forever. For the…

Hackensack Destroys Highlands, 89-50

Hackensack Destroys Highlands, 89-50

Photo Courtesy: Michael Cohen Hackensack’s Eugene Marshall (No. 5) drives to the hoop against the Highlanders By Michael Cohen Two days before heading to the Bergen County Tournament in Allendale,…

Matias Named Top Student

Matias Named Top Student

South Hackensack Chief School Administrator William DeFabiis has selected eighth grader Eileen Matias as Memorial School’s Student of the Second Marking Period. Eileen is described as a bright, athletic, caring…

Junior Basketball Team Afire

Junior Basketball Team Afire

The Hackensack Junior Comets eighth grade basketball team is off to an amazing start this season, recently winning a second tournament.  On Dec. 27, the boys participated in the Wayne…

Words with Friends

Words with Friends

On Dec. 11, third grade students at the Fanny M. Hillers School in Hackensack, were gifted with brand new dictionaries as part of the annual Dictionary Project, led by the…

Recognizing the stories of remarkable women pioneers, known and untold

Recognizing the stories of remarkable women pioneers, known and untold

(BPT) – America has seen women emerge as inspiring national figures including female Supreme Court justices, speakers of the house, CEOs, trailblazing athletes, activists, entertainers and leaders of their communities,…

Community Calendar

AT THE LIBRARIES JOHNSON LIBRARY LIBRARY CLOSED Nov. 22, 23. GALLERY AND CASES: Mixed media Art Exhibition by the Hackensack Art Club. PLAY DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP presented by AIM Theatre Workshop…

Health alert – picking the right team to tackle opioid painkiller dependence

Health alert – picking the right team to tackle opioid painkiller dependence

A Silent Epidemic (BPT) – Prescription painkiller dependence has reached epidemic levels in the United States. In 2010, 12 million Americans reported misuse of prescription painkillers in just one year.…