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Tue, June 4, 2:00 PM

Hasbrouck Heights High School Kiefer Auditorium, Hasbrouck Heights

Lincoln School Spring Concert

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Add to My Calendar 06/04/2019 2:00pm 06/04/2019 3:00pm America/New_York Lincoln School Spring Concert

The Lincoln School Spring Concert will be taking place on June 4 (fourth grade) and June 6, (fifth grade) 2019. Both concerts will be held at the HHHS Kiefer Auditorium at 2:00 pm.

Tickets to attend the concert have been distributed to all fourth and fifth grade students. Admission is open to ticket holders only.

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NJ to Allocate $5M to Support Frontline Local COVID-19 Efforts as State Eclipses 50K Cases

April 9, 2020

NEW JERSEY — The state plans to allocate $5 million in federal funds to help local health departments in New Jersey who are on the front lines of the COVID-19 outbreak.

That was one of many announcements made Thursday afternoon, as Gov. Phil Murphy announced 3,748 new positive coronavirus cases and 198 deaths - bringing the Garden State’s total to 51,027 cases and 1,700 ...

Murphy Tours Edison Field Hospital, Hopeful Opening Set for Saturday

EDISON, NJ – The field medical station coming to New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center in Edison is just about ready to accept its first patients.

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy toured the field hospital on Wednesday, along with U.S. Sen. Cory Booker, state Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli, State Police Superintendent Patrick Callahan, and numerous officials from the State ...

Face Covering Mandatory When Shopping, Primary Election Delayed Under Murphy's New Executive Orders

TRENTON, NJ — Shoppers now must wear a face covering when going into a store, according to one of three new executive orders Gov. Phil Murphy signed today, along with his pleas for families to “stay away from each other” on the first night of Passover.

During his daily briefing today, the governor said shoppers entering supermarkets and pharmacies, some of ...

Bergen County Continues to Lead New Jersey in Presumptive Positive Cases

April 9, 2020

TRENTON, NJ - Governor Phil Murphy announced the newest number of presumptive positive cases of novel coronavirus and deaths, the most to date, at his Wednesday afternoon press conference along with and state officials.

There are 3.088 new cases with 275 new deaths, the largest number in one day. Statewide, there are 47,437 positive cases and ...

Bergen County to Open Drive-Thru Testing for First Responders and Healthcare Professionals

HACKENSACK, NJ  - Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco announced that the County will open a mobile, drive-thru COVID-19 test site for symptomatic first responders and health care professionals who live or work in Bergen County only.  The site will open on Sunday, March 29 at 12:30 p.m.The drive-thru test site will be located at Bergen New Bridge Medical Center at 230 East Ridgewood ...

Hasbrouck Heights Republican Party Announces the Candidacy of Bobby Bing and Mike Sickels as Official Representatives for Hasbrouck Heights Council

April 3, 2020

The Hasbrouck Heights Republican Party is pleased to announce Bobby Bing and Mike Sickels as their candidates for the upcoming election to the Hasbrouck Heights council.

Bobby and Mike were endorsed by the Hasbrouck Heights Republican Club to serve as the next generation of leadership. Bobby and Mike provide an exciting new voice, forward-thinking ideas, and solution oriented thinking to ...

Home Again: NJ Couple Stranded on Cruise Ship Arrives Home

April 6, 2020

WARREN, NJ - Warren couple Rick and Wendy De Pinho arrived home safe after being stranded on the MS Rotterdam Cruise ship. "Of all the days confined to our cabin it was our first day of disembarking that was our most STRESSFUL DAY!, Rick said."

Rick De Pinho provided the following account of their experience:

The most grueling and stressful day was the day we disembarked the ...

Endangered Amur Leopard Born at Turtle Back Zoo

WEST ORANGE, NJ — A female Amur leopard cub was born on Friday, March 13, at Essex County's Turtle Back Zoo in West Orange. The cub, named Nadya, has great significance because the Amur leopard species is classified as critically endangered.

“During these difficult times, it’s nice to share some good news. We welcome newborn cub Nadya to our zoo family and ...

Volunteers are Life Blood of our Society

As a CEO of Girl Scouts of Northern New Jersey, I know firsthand the value of volunteers. April is National Volunteer Month and I want to salute those individuals who contribute in so many ways to our communities.

As an organization that serves youth, we would not be able to deliver our program to more than 26,000 girls across northern New Jersey with the dedicated men and women who selflessly ...

To Cope with Coronavirus, NJ Farmers Markets Turn to Technology

April 8, 2020

With social distancing rules in place to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, COVID-19, some New Jersey farmers markets have found a new way to serve their vendors and customers.

The Metuchen Farmers Market just launched an online service so that customers can buy produce, meat, prepared foods and other locally produced items that they would normally buy from vendors ...

Rise in Visitors to Belmar’s Beachfront Prompts Officials to Close Boardwalk Amid Coronavirus Concerns

April 5, 2020

BELMAR, NJ — A growing influx of visitors to Belmar’s beachfront has prompted the borough to close its boardwalk and ban parking on the east side of Ocean Avenue.

The decision announced on March 30 by Mayor Mark Walsifer was based on hourly monitoring of the boardwalk, which showed a daily increase of visitors, as nearby shore towns closed their boardwalks in response to the ...

Asbury Park, Seaside Heights Close Beaches and Boardwalks

ASBURY PARK/SEASIDE HEIGHTS, NJ - John Moor, the Mayor of Asbury Park has closed the boardwalk due to concerns regarding the spread of COVID-19 infection.  There will still be several points of open access to the beach, but the boardwalk will not be open for walking or congregating.  Earlier this week, Dr. Anthony Vaz, the Mayor of Seaside Heights, closed the ocean and bay beaches ...

The CARES Act and What It Means for NJ Small Businesses

March 29, 2020

The $2.2 trillion coronavirus economic stimulus bill is providing a lifeline for small businesses in New Jersey and across the country in states that have been hit hard by the epidemic.

The cornerstone of the legislation for business owners is a bold a $349 billion lending program for companies that are currently struggling to make payroll and pay other bills. It also provides increased ...

One Senior Care Company Addresses the Growing Coronavirus Epidemic

April 2, 2020

Along with local hospitals and the rest of our nation, CareOne is braced for the unprecedented needs of caring for COVID-19 patients. To confront the virus head-on, CareOne is actively working to fight this pandemic, developing clinical protocols that have allowed two of its centers to become COVID-capable care units. With the New Jersey Department of Health reporting today that 80 post-acute ...