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Opioids and Athletes Town Hall to be Hosted by Bergen County Prosecutor's Office

September 5, 2018

HACKENSACK, NJ -- Acting Bergen County Prosecutor Dennis Calo announced the second in a series of quarterly Community Conversations to be held in Bergen County. Members of the community are invited to attend a town hall meeting titled “Athletes, Injuries, and Pain: A Discussion of Alternatives to Opioids” on Thursday, September 6, 2018 at Rutherford High ...

Changes to Development at Former Record Site Discussed at Council Meeting

HACKENSACK, NJ -- City Planner Fran Reiner detailed amendments to the plans for a major development at the former home of The Record newspaper, located at 155 River Street, at last week’s Committee of the Whole City Council meeting. Originally proposed and approved in September 2015, the massive project includes up tp 700 new residential units and 70,000 square ...

Bergen County Opens Four Cooling Centers Through Thursday to Address Heat Index

HACKENSACK, NJ – The heat wave which began yesterday is expected to last through Thursday evening, and Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco has responded by officially opening several cooling centers throughout the county to help residents stay cool this week. The Bergen County Administration Building in Hackensack, Northwest Bergen Senior Center in Midland ...

Bergen County Will Enhance Rowing and Sailing Access in Riverside County Park Project Will Replace Boat Dock

HACKENSACK, NJ – Bergen County officials recently approved a contract to replace the boat dock located at the North Arlington section of Riverside County Park, a project that will improve the south Bergen park and expand public access to the river for recreation. This action reflects the continued commitment of both County Executive James J. Tedesco and the Bergen County Board of Chosen ...

Hackensack Officials 'Just Say No' to Marijuana Dispensary in City

HACKENSACK, NJ -- With a push towards potential marijuana legalization being debated in the state legislature, the issue made its way to Hackensack on Tuesday night as the Mayor and City Council discussed the potential for dispensaries and other pot businesses in the city during the Council's work session meeting. While they stopped short of calling for an outright ban on legal weed sales, ...

Hackensack School Business Administrator Resigns, Faces Charges from Morris Prosecutor's Office

HACKENSACK, NJ -- School Business Administrator Adrian Pollio has resigned from her position effective immediately and is facing criminal charges, district officials confirmed today. School board members were notified earlier today by Acting Superintendent Rosemary Marks that Pollio was "processed and charged by the Morris County Prosecutor's Office with a Third ...


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