HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ – Here’s a round-up of stories that readers may have missed during the week. They cover a cross-section of topics including town and school news, community events, the TAPinto Athlete of the Week and plenty of sports.

Hasbrouck Heights Town Council approved four new volunteer firefighters to the department. In addition, the Hasbrouck Heights Pistol Club was allowed to re-open, and the council passed a resolution opposing proposed legislation about the Open Public Meetings Act and Open Public Records Act. In the community, Hasbrouck Heights held its annual Town Day at Woodland Park, and the Hasbrouck Heights Library announced a full calendar of events and happenings in October, open for children through adults.

The Wood-Ridge Board of Education released its HIB Self-Assessment Report, listened to soccer parents concerns about the home playing field, and signed a memorandum of agreement in their negotiations with the Wood-Ridge Education Association. Catherine E. Doyle Elementary School kicked off its fall recycling program.

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TAPinto named its Athlete of the Week. Plus there was coverage of high school and junior football, soccer, and tennis. Go to the Sports home page for sports coverage.

If there are any news stories or news tips, please share them with us, arts, volunteers, newsmakers, unsung heroes, people making a difference, email us at farmonaitis@tapinto.net.