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New Bridge Landing: 240th Anniversary Revolutionary War Reenactment Celebration (Video)

On Sunday, November 20th, 2016, the Bergen County Historical Society celebrated the 240th anniversary of the Battle of New Bridge. The celebration included a Revolutionary War reenactment along with various festivities and tours of the site. 203 more words

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Wikipedia Poem, No. 353

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tossing

a protected son of
silver tightly packed aluminum dancing self-doubt
of nations and distretched before

you were
you were
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Poetry

#64: Hackensack, NJ 11/1/16

EDITOR’S NOTE: This meeting was insane. Therefore, I turned my review into a dramatic reading. For your listening pleasure:

http://media.blubrry.com/citycouncilchronicles/content.blubrry.com/citycouncilchronicles/CCC_Bonus1.mp3

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: Hackensack Water Expansion

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

Water

Hackensack Resident Begins Peace Corps Service in Morocco

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

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Audi Commercial Brings Hackensack Actor Closer To Stars

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HACKENSACK, N.J. — “What are you doing here?”

That’s what Hackensack’s Thomas Pierce was supposed to have said in his 2012 stage debut in William Paterson’s “Top Dog Underdog.”

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Judge allows NJ couple's discrimination lawsuit to proceed against Catholic church

PARAMUS, N.J. — Kate Drumgoole, 33, thought she would never be fired from her job as a basketball coach and guidance counselor at Paramus Catholic High School in New Jersey. 366 more words

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