HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - Sports. Entertainment. Business. Politics. Law and order. The staff of TAPinto Hasbrouck Heights/Wood-Ridge/Teterboro took a look back as some of the more popular articles in 2019. Below is list of the top story each month, according to Google Analytics.
January - Nick Delcalzo Named Finalist for the NFL's Don Shula HS Coach of the Year Award
February - New Network Television Drama Shoots in Hasbrouck Heights
March - Hasbrouck Heights Traffic Stop Yields Drugs and Cash
April - Sneak Peek: Wood-Ridge's Newest Ice Cream Shop to Offer a European Cafe Experience
May - Couple Breaks in, Robs Hasbrouck Heights Little League Concession Stand
June - Pair Arrested and Charged in Burglaries in Hasbrouck Heights, Wood-Ridge and Across NJ
July - Lodi Police Department Investigating Burglary at Visentini Brothers Deli
August - Hasbrouck Heights Police Chief Colaneri Criticized at Council Meeting
September - Former Applicant Addresses Hasbrouck Heights Council Concerning Police Department Exam
October - Four Hasbrouck Heights Athletes Taken to HUMC After Bus Crash
November - Hasbrouck Heights Residents Challenge Mayor About Facebook Post at Council Meeting
December - Houlihan's Hasbrouck Heights Announces its Closing on Social Media
In addition, here is a list of the 2019 articles (non-crime) with the top Facebook engagement:
Hasbrouck Heights Music Students Slam Dunk the Junk
Come and Meet Those Dancing Feet at Wood-Ridge's "42nd Street"
Former Marine and Baseball President Throws Out First Pitch at Hasbrouck Heights Little League Opening Day
Hasbrouck Heights Coast Guard Father Surprises Daughter at School
Wood-Ridge's Giglio is Nominated for Heart of a Giant Award
New Offices and Safety Protocols are Ready at Hasbrouck Heights Elementary Schools
Fall Ball: Hasbrouck Heights Undefeated 9U Baseball Wins Division Championship
In addition to those top performers, TAPinto created three special series, one of which is ongoing.
Jamie's Journey, the story of teacher and coach Jamie Woyce who ran the final leg of the MS Run the U.S. ultra-marathon to raise awareness and funds for MS. The eight-part series began with a profile feature and followed Woyce from her start in rural Pennsylvania to the finish line in Harlem.
Read: A Sister's Love: Bergen County Coach Runs to Raise Money and Awareness for MS
Day One Jamie's Journey: Day One Done, Six Left in MS Run
Day Two Jamie's Journey: 29 More Miles on Day 2 of the Run for MS
Day Three Jamie's Journey: Surprise Runners Join in on Day Three of MS Run
Day Four Jamie's Journey: Running with the Red Rovers and Hitting Key Milestones on Day Four of the MS Run
Day Five Jamie's Journey: A Surprise Visit from Family Boosts Spirits on Day Five of the MS Run
Day Six Jamie's Journey: Running with the Aviators Back to Hasbrouck Heights on Day Six of MS Run
Day Seven: Jamie's Journey: Cliffside Park Team Joins Their Coach for the Final Miles to Harlem in the MS Run
A cut in funding to the Hasbrouck Heights Public Library led to a five-part series on the Bergen County Cooperative Library System (BCCLS) and the .Bergen County Freeholders Grant.
The final, and ongoing, series, was launched in conjunction with the NJSIAA's 100th anniversary. The History of Hasbrouck Heights Football, and its section 100 Years of Hasbrouck Heights Athletics, looks at the birth of high school football in the mid- to late 1910's. The series is currently exploring the early 1990's. Here is the first installment which originally ran in August 2019.
History of Hasbrouck Heights Football: A Successful Start to a Century of Football
We thank those who are regular readers of the site, e-news or follow us on social media. This year we surpassed 500K pageviews. We look forward to what 2020 will bring in our towns and the surrounding area. We are very grateful to the businesses whose advertisements support our mission: To be the best source of news and information about Hasbrouck Heights, Wood-Ridge, and Teterboro.
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