HAWTHORNE, NJ - With summer officially in swing, albeit a subdued one in light of the continuation of the coronavirus pandemic, sights throoughout Hawthorne have heralded the season. As the borough emerges from a trying Spring, signs of returning normalcy can be found with recreational fishing at Arnold's Pond in Goffle Brook Park and families taking advantage of the weather outside.
Since the start of the pandemic, homes have been decorated with creative and imaginative outdoor displays, including signs, banners, sidewalk art, and flags. These visuals show residents' support for those in the medical profession, first responders, essential workers, and to encourage and uplift the spirits of those passing.
A number of birds, including turkeys and geese, have been spotted throughout the town, sharing the summer season with their human neighbors.
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