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As games are played over three days throughout the state, 10 teams from Bergen County and two from Passaic County have the opportunity to win state championships. If the fact that 10 teams from one county can be "state champions" sounds a bit odd, it
Montvale Peggy White, the library media specialist at Pascack Hills High School advises that students at the school who reside in Woodcliff Lake are eligible to borrow books from the Montvale Public Library. To obtain a courtesy card, students should
Friday and Saturday, Maxwell's, 1039 Washington St., Hoboken...Brian Sella had no grand ambitions of pursuing a music career when he and fellow Woodcliff Lake native Mat Uychich formed The Front Bottoms in 2008. "It was never a do-or-die situation,"
Nina tried to ignore the teasing on the playground, the shoving while waiting in line for recess, and even the hair-pulling, toe-stepping and ankle-kicking behind the teacher's back. But one day she worried she wouldn't recover from one rude remark
There are people that touch your life and then they leave your life," says Bill Villafranco, founder of the Footprints in The Sand Foundation. "Today marks the birth and death of my son, little Billy." Interrupted only by sniffles from the cold, Bill
Kathryn Koons River Vale Kathryn Koons recently graduated from Duke University, Durham, N.C. She earned a bachelor of science degree and graduated with Distinction in Chemistry. She will continue her education this fall at the Albert Einstein College
The Record A Woodcliff Lake teenager will receive an undisclosed sum after settling his legal claim that another borough resident was negligent when her car and his bicycle collided, leaving him with severe, permanent injuries. Christopher "C.J."
Lego League (FLL) Bergen Qualifying Tournament at Pascack Hills High School on Saturday, Nov. 19. The event is free and the public is invited to visit the tournament during the robot competition from 1 to 5 p.m. The Lego League teams are comprised of
Laptops replace textbooks at Pascack Valley Sunday, June 12, 2011 Last updated: Sunday June 12, 2011, 10:11 AM The one-to-one laptop program at the Pascack Valley Regional High School District has garnered national attention recently for the way
The Pascack Valley Regional School District plans on moving forward with a $2.48 million project designed to enhance the facilities at Pascack Hills High School and Pascack Valley High School. However, thanks to a $993,375 grant the district was