HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - July 2020 was another record-setting month for TAPinto Hasbrouck Heights/Wood-Ridge/Teterboro, once again going over the 100,000 mark, and breaking its June record in page views.
July 2020 saw 123,286 page views. The site has seen a surge in readership since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, as readers come to the site to get the news not only Governor Murphy’s press briefings, but Bergen County Executive James Tedesco’s town by town breakdowns of Bergen County numbers.
Other major stories in July were the Hasbrouck Heights and Wood-Ridge school districts' re-opening plans, and live graduations for the Class of 2020, and the rash of car burglaries in Hasbrouck Heights.
These stories have supplemented TAPinto Hasbrouck Heights/Wood-Ridge/Teterboro’s coverage of each of the three town’s Council meetings, two Boards of Education meetings, as well as coverage of zoning and recreation committee meetings.
"Residents want high-quality original local news and thanks to the hard work of Faith and Chip Armonaitis, TAPinto Hasbrouck Heights/Wood-ridge/Teterboro is providing it to a record number of readers," said Michael Shapiro, CEO and Publisher, TAPinto.net. "It further proves that our model of locally owned and operated news sites really works. Congratulations to Faith and Chip on another job well done!"
TAPinto Hasbrouck Heights/Wood-Ridge/Teterboro is Hasbrouck Heights, Wood-Ridge and Teterboro’s free daily news source, and is the official newspaper of the Hasbrouck Heights Board of Education, Hasbrouck Heights Borough Council, and Wood-Ridge Board of Education.