HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ – Is it really spring? The calendar may say April, but its not feeling like it. Stay warm and catch up on what you missed last week in TAPinto.
The Hasbrouck Heights Swim Club is in the final stages of renovations for the upcoming season. Both Wood-Ridge and Hasbrouck Heights police departments will be participating in Operation Take Back to collect unwanted, unused, or expired medicines.
Student-athletes were honored by the Wood-Ridge Borough Council.
Hasbrouck Heights Middle School and High School announced the honor roll for the third marking period. Wood-Ridge Board of Education announced the HIB numbers for the first half of the year. Hasbrouck Heights hosted its inaugural Superintendent’s Roundtable discussing school security and academic achievements. A wrap up story highlights Boys State, the middle school dance, and senior class honorees.
In the Community, Hasbrouck Heights Little League held its opening day. Volunteers assembled hundreds of Star Packets for troops and veterans.
The Chamber of Commerce hosted a networking event for local business owners.
In Sports, the spring sports are in full spring, with coverage of softball, baseball, track and boys tennis. A Blue Devil baseball player was named Athlete of the Week. Go to the Sports home page for coverage.
Looking at the week ahead: coverage Corpus Christi DARE graduation, Hasbrouck Heights Borough Council meeting, Hasbrouck Heights Board of Education meeting, and a robotics competition.
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