Glen Rock Asking for Input on DEAL, a Town-Wide New Energy Program

February 16, 2018

GLEN ROCK, NJ – The borough is seeking public input for a town-wide energy program that, while considered beneficial by the borough’s environmental commission, is not so welcome by some residents who believe government is dictating their energy provider.

The borough is sending out letters to every household explaining DEAL, an alternative energy program it has been discussing for ...

Fair Lawn Police Blotter - February 19, 2018

February 19, 2018

February 11

2:14 am - Driving While Intoxicated:  P.O. John Kelly & P.O. Geovanny Buitron initiated a motor vehicle stop on Maple Avenue at Wagaraw Road and arrested the operator, Frederick Carter, age 57 of Ho-Ho-Kus, after he failed a roadside sobriety test. He was released to a responsible adult after being charged with driving while intoxicated.

February 12

2:20 pm - ...

Mental Health Initiatives Deemed "Success" in Fair Lawn School District

February 20, 2018

FAIR LAWN, NJ -- The school district has been meeting mental health issues head-on this school year with its $400,000 mental health care initiative that has served 103 students who have been suffering through various issues in the last four months.

Social and emotional learning is a critical part of the Fair Lawn school district's five-year strategic plan, according to administrators.

Fair Lawn BOE Plans Referendum Fair on March 5

FAIR LAWN, NJ – With less than four weeks left until the much-anticipated referendum asking Fair Lawn taxpayers whether they wish to fund a $25 million expansion project at the borough’s two middle schools, Interim Superintendent Ernest Palestis has scheduled four remaining referendum presentation dates so that the public is fully informed when they cast their vote on Tuesday, ...

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TAPinto Travels Interviews Celebrity Politicians on Their Travel Preferences

February 12, 2018

TAPintoTravels - We frequent many events in the course of our travels. One of our favorite experiences is interviewing famous people about their travel preferences.  Here are a couple of our favorite interviews featuring politicians.

In this clip, former New Jersey Governor Jim McGreevey speaks about his love of Jersey City and what it has to offer.

In this clip, ...

Tribute in Light Will Shine Tonight for 9/11

Tribute in Light will project above the Manhattan skyline tonight to honor those that were lost on 9/11.  The beloved tribute is put on by the 9/11 Memorial and Museum and has become a symbol of the tragedy.  The twin beams will be visible from much of the metro area and represent the original World Trade Center Towers.


Elizabeth Child Diagnosed with Flu has Died, School Superintendent Says

February 19, 2018

ELIZABETH, NJ - The Elizabeth School District has reported that one student has died from Influenza (Flu).

“It is with great sadness that I must report to you that the Elizabeth School District has lost one of its own,”  Elizabeth Superintendent of Schools Olga Hugelmeyer wrote in a letter to parents over the weekend. The superintendent's letter is ...

Belmar Mayor Matthew Doherty Declines Offer to Head Up N.J. Motor Vehicle Commission

BELMAR, NJ — Belmar Mayor Matthew Doherty will not be joining Gov. Phil Murphy in Trenton as chief administrator of the N.J. Motor Vehicle Commission.

After several weeks of speculation that he would be filling the position, Doherty, a Democrat, announced at the borough council's February 6 meeting that it was true he was offered the position, “but I declined the ...

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Thu, February 22, 7:00 PM

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Sat, March 3, 12:00 PM

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Sun, March 4, 2:00 PM

The Performing Arts School at BergenPAC, Englewood

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