HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ – Easter flowers bring snow plowers, as the week began with yet another snowstorm Monday morning. Catch up on what you missed last week in TAPinto.
The race for Hasbrouck Heights Borough Council began as two Democratic candidates through their hats into the ring. State Senator Bob Gordon stepped down to take a position with the Board of Public Utilities. Alyssa’s Law, a bill providing panic buttons and emergency lights for schools, advanced through the Senate committee.
In the community, the Corpus Christi fifth and sixth grade boys basketball team won the National Division championship. Both the Lions and Hasbrouck Heights Men’s Association announced their annual golf outings.
Despite the weather, spring sports began with Hasbrouck Heights' head softball coach Ferranti's picking up her 100th career win, and celebrated with an ice cream cake. Follow Hasbrouck Heights and Wood-Ridge softball and baseball coverage, as well as track and golf throughout the season.
The week ahead: The Hasbrouck Heights vs. Wood-Ridge rivalry shifts to the softball and baseball fields, the Aviator Invitational track meet, and Wood-Ridge Little League’s opening day. It's also National Library Week...visit your local library and thank the staff. Plus all the news as it occurs.
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