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Hasbrouck Heights Police Chief Colaneri Says No Politics Behind Removal of Campaign Signs

November 6, 2018

HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ -- After TAPinto Hackensack obtained video of a Hasbrouck Height police officer removing political signs that were stuck in the ground around at the corner of Route 17 and Franklin Avenue, our affiliate TAPinto Hasbrouck Heights contacted the town Police Chief Michael Colaneri Sr., who claimed this was standard practice.

The Borough of Hasbrouck ...

Video of Hasbrouck Heights Police Officer Removing Political Lawn Signs Emerges

A recent video taken late on Monday October 29th depicts an on duty Hasbrouck Heights Police Officer removing Democratic political lawn signs on Route 17 South by the Franklin Street off ramp. 

It is common during election season for political signs to be placed upon highly traved rightaways. 

The current Mayor of Hasbrouck Heights, Jack Delorenzo, is a candidate for Bergen County ...

Local Elected Officials and Community Leaders Come Together in Paramus to Celebrate First Responders

PARAMUS, N.J. – On Thursday, November 1, 2018, local elected officials and community leaders came together at the Paramus Police Department for a First Responders Appreciation Rally. Many of the speakers are up for re-election in this Tuesday's election. 

“One thing we know about here in Paramus is the importance of safety, and how important the role our first ...

Parties select candidates for Bergen County Sheriff race

HACKENSACK, N.J. -- The Democratic and Republican parties have selected the two candidates they will run to replace disgraced ex-Sheriff Michael Saudino.

Anthony Cureton, the Bergen County NAACP president and a former Englewood police officer, will run as the Democratic nominee while Republicans run Hasbrouck Heights Mayor John “Jack” DeLorenzo on their ticket. DeLorenzo is a ...

Knicks "Unicorn" Kristaps Porzingis Participates in Hackensack PD's “Coffee with a Cop”

HACKENSACK, N.J. -- The Hackensack Police Department met had an unexpected visitor to their “Coffee with a Cop” this morning.

Knicks Power Forward and Center Kristaps Porzingis was grabbing his morning cup of Joe at the Starbucks on Essex Street when he stopped to pose for a picture with Officer Phil Carroll,, Det. James Luther, Officer in Charge Capt. Pete Busciglio, Det. Mark ...


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