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Memorial School Gives Back

Memorial School Gives Back

The South Hackensack Memorial School Student Council recently organized a food drive. For several weeks, children in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade filled up box after box with donations for the…

Ranchers Design Snowmen, Snowwomen

Ranchers Design Snowmen, Snowwomen

Students in Christine Chiaramonte’s and Shira Zimmerman’s first grade class at Ridge Ranch School in Paramus recently designed snowmen and snowwomen to create a unique community of snow people. They learned…

Band Mates Accept Varsity Letters

Band Mates Accept Varsity Letters

Members of the Hackensack High School Marching Band recently received their varsity letters. Pictured, front row: Casey MacVicar, Kayla DelVechio, Maisha Dolon, Kathy Suqui and Keana Watson; middle row, Kaelyn Finney, Bria Cole,…

Learn more about lupus and the search for answers

Learn more about lupus and the search for answers

For those who are living with lupus, daily activities can be a struggle and life can become inconsistent. While many people are experiencing debilitating symptoms, from the outside, many of…

Honoring Nelson ‘Madiba’ Mandela

Honoring Nelson ‘Madiba’ Mandela

By Juliann Weston Upon entering the sanctuary of Mt. Olive Baptist Church of Hackensack on the evening of Dec. 12, one knew that something very special was taking place. The…

Don Bosco Music Contest

Don Bosco Music Contest

Don Bosco Preparatory High School is sponsoring its fourth Young Artists’ Scholarship Competition to celebrate, recognize and reward the talent, commitment and discipline of young performers.  This competition offers area…

November Art Show

The Hackensack Art Club, founded in 1939 to promote an interest in the arts in the city and its surrounding communities, hosted its annual show Nov. 2 through Nov. 30…

City Manager Forced Out

City Manager Forced Out

After more than eight years of service, Hackensack City Manager Steve Lo Iacono has been removed. Lo Iacono, who was currently four months into a one-year contract with the new…

Bergen Catholic Hosts Feast

Bergen Catholic Hosts Feast

Students at Bergen Catholic High School of Oradell and Immaculate Heart Academy of Washington Township teamed up to host an early Thanksgiving dinner for local senior citizens on IHA’s campus.…

Sheriff’s Office Earns Accreditation

Sheriff’s Office Earns Accreditation

The Bergen County Sheriff’s Office was unanimously granted re-accreditation from the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police through its New Jersey Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission. “I want to…