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Effective Jan. 8, garbage collection will be Monday in Zone 1, Tuesday in Zone 2, Thursday in Zone 3, and Wednesday in Zone 4. Beginning Jan. 10, town wide recycling pickup will be on Fridays. And effective March 17, vegetative waste will be
Mayors' Breakfast" at The Iron Horse restaurant in Westwood at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 15. This annual tradition has been on the calendar in January for over the last two decades. The buffet style breakfast will be comprised of everything from eggs
Resources Florence Louise (Lee) Brown October 21, 1917- November 16, 2013 Resident of Redwood City Florence Brown passed away peacefully at age 96...Brown, devoted mother of Martha Brown Gould (Geoffrey) and John H. Brown (Barbara), grandmother of
Week of Respect' contest winners Information contained in this article was provided by George G...Fifth-grader Jessica Evans designed this winning bumper sticker.Sixth-grader Ashley Shaaf's bumper sticker received the most votes in her grade category.
Pascack Valley Community Life The Hillsdale Police Department added another patrolman to its force this week. Michael Camporeale was appointed as a probationary officer during the Tuesday, Dec...The newest officer, a graduate of Essex County Police
Last week, however, Councilman Douglas Frank expressed concerns about the relatively new format for closed session minutes, saying he attended the annual New Jersey League of Municipalities conference earlier this month and found one of the most
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After a year of debate, the mayor and council on Tuesday approved the final wording for a sculpture dedicated to a borough girl murdered 40 years ago. Joan D'Alessandro was 7 when a neighbor, Joseph McGowan, molested and murdered her...Since her
Senior Spievack teamed with Mariko Iinuma to capture the CCS doubles championship with a 7-6, 6-2 win over the Menlo School team of Christine Eliazo and Alice Yao. It was the first CCS girls tennis title of any kind for Hillsdale.
The approval comes after months of back-and-forth between the borough and Joan's mother, Rosemarie D'Alessandro. Earlier this year, D'Alessandro requested permission to place "a white butterfly garden" in a section of Veterans' Park for her daughter