One day at my seasonal job at an English summer camp for international students, my manager called me urgently: “Come to the office, the Korean ambassador is here!” I ran up, we shuffled things around to make the place look better, and I was encouraged to offer our guest a coffee when he arrived. 1,388 more words
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HACKENSACK, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — A driver stole a tow truck and led police on a bizarre chase through several states Monday, police said.
While the accused driver tried to get away, a police cruiser came so close to catching him that it got stuck under the flatbed. 475 more words
EDITOR’S NOTE: This meeting was insane. Therefore, I turned my review into a dramatic reading. For your listening pleasure:
It was a typical day at the Hackensack city council–which, for a normal person, would be absolutely terrifying. 804 more words
September 20, 1981: New York Times headline–Hackensack Water Plans Its Largest Expansion. “The future bills of the Hackensack Water Company will present, in stark dollars and cents, the financial legacy of the 1980-81 water shortage: A 47 percent increase for tens of thousands of homes and industries that were forced by state law to save water from last September to May. 97 more words
Andreina Santamaria, 22, of Hackensack, New Jersey, has been accepted into the Peace Corps and will depart for Morocco on September 20 to begin training as a Youth Development Volunteer. 254 more words