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Hackensack Firefighters Fill the Boot

Hackensack Firefighters Fill the Boot

On Saturday, April 19, members of the International Association of Fire Fighters Locals 2081 and 3172 of Hackensack hit the city streets as part of the 2014 Muscular Dystrophy Association…

Police: Gym Locker Thief Captured

Police: Gym Locker Thief Captured

Paramus police have arrested a 20-year-old Belleville man for allegedly stealing items from fitness club lockers and parked cars, officials said. During the months of January and February, Paramus police…

Hackensack Donates Retired Fire Truck

Hackensack Donates Retired Fire Truck

The City of Hackensack donated a 1985 Mack Pumper Fire Truck to the Bergen County Law and Public Safety Institute’s Fire Academy. The pumper truck, which was no longer in use…

New and Improved Toyota of Hackensack

New and Improved Toyota of Hackensack

By Joy Belgiovine When Nick Latino took the position as parts and service director at Toyota of Hackensack in late October2012, he had no idea how challenging his first week…

Youth Police Academy Under Way

Youth Police Academy Under Way

The Hackensack Police Department is currently hosting its 14th annual Police Youth Academy for students in grades 8 through 12. For the first time, the program was open to include…

South Hackensack Dinosaur Days

South Hackensack Dinosaur Days

Second graders at Memorial School in South Hackensack recently displayed a dinosaur exhibit, which was the result of several weeks of dinosaur-themed activities and research. They created dinosaur fact books,…

Society Applauds Hackensack Grad

Society Applauds Hackensack Grad

Saquandra Bahiyah Heath, a graduate of Hackensack High School currently attending Syracuse University, has been accepted into the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. Membership gives students access to many benefits…

Girl, 14, Kidnapped and Raped

Girl, 14, Kidnapped and Raped

A 24-year-old Hackensack man has been arrested and charged with allegedly kidnapping and raping a 14-year-old girl. On April 11, members of the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office Special Victims Unit…

Easter Bunny Visits Train Station

Easter Bunny Visits Train Station

Dozens of children gathered at the annual Meet the Easter Bunny event on Saturday, April 12 at the Maywood Station Museum.…

Aphasia Sufferers Create Jewelry

Aphasia Sufferers Create Jewelry

 The Adler Aphasia Centers, located in Maywood and West Orange, are busy  Mondays through Thursdays with many of their members and volunteers huddled around 70 square feet of workspace, handcrafting…