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The Benefits of Animal Therapy

The Benefits of Animal Therapy

Volunteers from Bright and Beautiful and Pet Partners Delta, two animal therapy organizations, visited the Ani-Pals Club of Hackensack High School on March 4.  Lily, a Newfoundland dog dressed in traditional…

Child Sleep Tips for Daylight Savings Time

Child Sleep Tips for Daylight Savings Time

Daylight savings time starts this coming Sunday, March 9. We turn our clocks forward and miss out on an hour of precious sleep. It tends to be less problematic for…

Mordaga Accepts 3-Year Deal

Mordaga Accepts 3-Year Deal

     Hackensack Police Director Michael Mordaga has agreed to a three-year labor contract offered by the city council. Mordaga, who was hired by the previous administration 13 months ago, will…

The Happy Writer Available Online

The Happy Writer Available Online

When Writer’s Relief President Ronnie Smith first told friends about her idea to start a business helping creative writers make submissions, some people scoffed. “My best friend had come to…

Hackensack Championship Dreams Dashed

Hackensack Championship Dreams Dashed

  By Michael Cohen The Hackensack High School Comets were unable to overcome the experience and strength of Passaic County Tech’s front court, falling in the first round of the…

Paramus Students Explore Outer Space

Paramus Students Explore Outer Space

Students at East Book Middle School of Paramus recently participated in simulated missions at the Buehler Challenger Space and Science Center in Paramus. Each student was assigned a job in…

South Hackensack Literacy Night

South Hackensack Literacy Night

South Hackensack’s Memorial School recently hosted its annual Family Literacy Night to celebrate the importance and joy of reading, writing and family togetherness.  This year’s theme was “Snowmen at Night.”  Families…

Maywood Garage Arsonist Sought

Maywood Garage Arsonist Sought

The Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office and the Maywood Police Department are searching for the suspects responsible for setting two garages ablaze on Maywood early Sunday. At approximately 5:30 a.m., the…

Old-Fashioned Sweets, Modern Twist

Old-Fashioned Sweets, Modern Twist

By Joy Belgiovine Mills Bakery (275 Valley Blvd., Wood-Ridge ) has been a neighborhood staple in Wood-Ridge since opening its doors in 1920, serving up old-fashioned sweet treats such as pecan…

Mock Trial Team Success

Mock Trial Team Success

The Bergen Catholic High School Mock Trial team finished off another successful season, not losing a single competition until the semi-final round of the Bergen County tournament. Pictured: Peter Coleman,…