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  1. Football Tournament Honors North Arlington Coach Dan Gilmore's Legacy

    Football Tournament Honors North Arlington Coach Dan Gilmore's Legacy

    NORTH ARLINGTON, N.J. -- When 12 Mighty Mite teams from the Meadowlands Football League take the field on Saturday, November 5, many of the players and coaches will focus on running the offense and defending the goal line. But for North Arlington's team, the day holds more significance.The Mighty Mites is the instructional division for 7-year olds, wearing pads and helmets for the first ...

  2. New Wood-Ridge Eatery Featuring Puerto Rican Food Evolves As Family Affair

    New Wood-Ridge Eatery Featuring Puerto Rican Food Evolves As Family Affair

    WOOD-RIDGE, N.J. -- Walk into Latin Heat and you are transported away to an island. Rhythmic Latin music plays. Wooden beams are topped by a tin roof, and strings of delicate white lights are draped along the wall.Wood-Ridge’s newest restaurant is truly a family affair one year in the making. At its heart are Jackie and Gabe Mendez. It is their first restaurant, and it features ...

  3. 'A Night For Makayla' Seeks New Wheels For Ailing Fair Lawn Girl

    'A Night For Makayla' Seeks New Wheels For Ailing Fair Lawn Girl

    FAIR LAWN, N.J. — The public is invited to attend the fundraiser “A Night for Makayla” from 6-10 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 10 at The Brownstone in Paterson.The event is being coordinated in partnership by Fair Lawn Mayor John Cosgrove and Fair Lawn Patrol Officer Luis Vasquez and Fair Lawn Local PBA 67 and United Real Estate North Jersey.Makayla is a bright girl who was born with Microcephaly ...

  4. East Rutherford's McKenzie School Goes Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness

    East Rutherford's McKenzie School Goes Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness

    EAST RUHERFORD,  N.J. -- Classes at McKenzie School in East Rutherford wore pink to show support during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.This was one of many unified activities during the Week of Respect. The week is observed in school districts throughout the state. It includes daily activities and events interwoven with the curriculum which emphasizes and teaches such traits as respect, ...

  5. Pint-sized Picassos Honored In Hasbrouck Heights Window Painting Contest

    Pint-sized Picassos Honored In Hasbrouck Heights Window Painting Contest

    HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, N.J. -- Young painters were honored for their creative and colorful creations in Hasbrouck Heights' annual window-painting contest.Each year, children from the three elementary schools express their Halloween visions on office windows up and down the Boulevard. The annual event is a cooperative effort between local businesses and the schools’ PTAs.Awards were given ...

  6. East Rutherford's MetLife Stadium Turns Teal For Alzheimer's Awareness

    East Rutherford's MetLife Stadium Turns Teal For Alzheimer's Awareness

    RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Landmarks across the country and around the world will light up in teal Thursday in honor of National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month Among them are New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford and the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark. This is the third year of the campaign, which is an initiative of the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America. This year, nearly ...

  7. Defense Rules As Hasbrouck Heights Tops Harrison in MFL Games

    Defense Rules As Hasbrouck Heights Tops Harrison in MFL Games

    HARRISON, N.J. -- Defense ruled the day as Hasbrouck Heights' defense registered two shutout victories over Harrison in Meadowlands Football League action Saturday evening in Harrison.Seniors: Steven Faussette scored two touchdowns, and the Hasbrouck Heights special teams came up with a pair of on-side kicks as the Aviators beat Harrison 29-0. The Aviators finished the regular season in ...

  8. Hasbrouck Heights Shuts Out Becton, Advances To NJIC Football Championship

    Hasbrouck Heights Shuts Out Becton, Advances To NJIC Football Championship

    HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, N.J.  -- Frank Quatrone rushed for two touchdowns and threw for a third as Hasbrouck Heights defeated Becton Regional, 28-0, to capture the North Jersey Interscholastic Southern Conference Championship Friday night at Depken Field.But it was the Heights' defense, which came through with a huge play every time the Wildcat offense challenged that was the difference.With ...

  9. It'll Be A Howling Good Time At Fort Lee's Paws In The Park

    It'll Be A Howling Good Time At Fort Lee's Paws In The Park

    FORT LEE, N.J. -- Fort Lee families and pets can celebrate Halloween at Paws in the Park, Fort Lee's second annual Halloween Dog Park-tacular Saturday.Paws in the Park will feature pet adoptions, free nail clippings, training tips, local vendors, a photo booth, tricky tray raffle and Halloween costumes for sale. There will be a dog Halloween costume contest . . . and owners can dress ...

  10. Hasbrouck Heights Zoning Board Again Adjourns Controversial Project

    Hasbrouck Heights Zoning Board Again Adjourns Controversial Project

    HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, N.J. — A hearing on Prime Developers of New Jersey's housing proposal has again been adjourned until the December meeting of Hasbrouck Heights Zoning Board of Adjustment. The developers are requesting variances for a proposed 10-unit multi-family residential complex at the lot located on the corner of Oldfield Avenue and Washington Place. They are looking for the ...

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