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2019 HP Creatures Ready to Carry the Torch

September 20, 2018

Very often it is heard that this  community being is  family or is unified. Whether it comes from Hanover Park’s #wearefamily or Mayor Pannullo’s quote that says “we may not be related by blood but we are related by community and that is what makes us family” or the East Hanover Schools #weareeh initiative, there is no doubt that ...

Cedar Grove Waves 911 Memorial Gets Permanent Addition

CEDAR GROVE, N.J.- For four years Cedar Grove High School displayed 2,977 flags, in honor of the lives lost on September 11. The front of the high school has served as the base for the flags, including the flags of victim's home countries. 

This year, they were given a piece of steel from the World Trade Center. It was permanently installed this week, and will be displayed ...

East Hanover Students Go Back To School

EAST HANOVER, N.J.-Smiles were wide, laughter was loud and the feeling of joy was in the air as Superintendent Natalie Bartlett, East Hanover Chief of Police Chris Cannizzo, and the faculties of all East Hanover schools welcomed their students back for the new year.

The students filed into their classrooms greeted by teachers and friends ready to start a new year. Throughout the day, ...

Passing The Torch; HP Creatures Ready for the New Season

More often than not, the community is referred to as a family or being unified. Whether it comes from Hanover Park’s #wearefamily or Mayor Joseph Pannullo’s quote, “we may not be related by blood but we are related by community and that is what makes us family, or the East Hanover Schools #weareeh initiative; there is no doubt that the communities ...

Hanover Park Class of 2019 Follow Tradition; Snack Shack Ready For the Season

EAST HANOVER, N.J.- The Hanover Park Class of 2019 spent the day giving the snack shack an over haul as the 2018 football season is just a couple of weeks away from opening. Under the guidance of class adviser's Sheryl Sarno-Granet and Benjamin Battles, students spent a day cleaning painting an planning for the four home games the Hornets will play on their home field. 

Four East Hanover Middle School Students Earn Art Honors in Project Pride

EAST HANOVER,N.J.- Amelia Politi just graduated from East Hanover Middle School and is headed to Morris County School of Technology this fall.  She leaves behind a winning legacy, along with four other eighth grade students who placed in the Morris County Council of Education Associations 2018 Project Pride.

Politi was a member of school art club. She explained how art ...

17 Fascinating Facts About Rutgers Athletics

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - For all the critics of the athletics program at New Jersey’s largest public university, there are more than a dozen reasons to cheer for successes of the sports programs and teams on the playing fields, in classrooms and beyond.

Here are 17 on the field and off the field things this took place this past academic year at Rutgers University:

1. Rutgers had four ...

Hanover Park's New Head Football Coach Ready For Season Ahead


EAST HANOVER, N.J.- Dating back to the days he played youth football while growing up in Parsippany, Dan Fulton has had a lot of strong influences on the sidelines.

This fall, it is his job to put it all together for Hanover Park High School.

Fulton was hired as the Hornets new head coach and replaces Gerry Moore, who resigned but will stay on as an assistant.

Fulton has ...

Hanover Park Graduates Honor Angelo Taccetta

EAST HANOVER, N.J. - While board members, administrators and staff prepared for the commencement ceremony for the 61 graduating class of Hanover Park High School, the graduates prepared for a different kind of ceremony.

Earlier in the school year, the tree planted to memorialize alumni Angelo Taccetta, who passed away before he could graduate in the 90s, was damaged after several winter ...

1896 Miles Away But Hanover Park Stands with Sante Fe

EAST HANOVER, N.J.- After the awful events at Santa Fe High School last month, students at Hanover Park organized support. Under the supervision of Kim Lurz, and staff assistance, the students created a banner and put together giftbags for the victims of the attack. Recently students from Santa Fe High were featured on the  TODAY show and brought along the banner. 

Hornets ...


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