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1. Hackensack PBA Local 9A Announces No Confidence Vote in Police Leadership
HACKENSACK, NJ – The Hackensack Police Benevolent Association (PBA) Local 9A, representing the dedicated Supervisors of the Hackensack Police Department, has voted to express no confidence in Police Director Ray Guidetti and Operations Captain Michael Antista. This decision, made at last night’s PBA meeting, reflects deep concerns about the current state ...
by post on 11/21/2023 04:16 pm - Story - 475 Hits
2. New York University Student Selected for Television Academy Foundation’s Inaugural Bob Bennett Future Leaders Program
New York University student Madeleine Kern has been selected for the prestigious Television Academy Foundation Bob Bennett Future Leaders Program. She is one of only 10 college students selected, among the Foundation’s 2023 summer interns, for the inaugural program.
by post on 08/17/2023 09:01 am - Story - 4,069 Hits
3. ALL EYES ON HARRISON AS THE WYLDES LAUNCHES LEASING WITH MORE THAN 100 RESIDENCES PRE-LEASED
Response to Amenity-Rich Property Across from PATH Station Spotlights Harrison, NJ as a Rising Residential Hot Spot  
by post on 07/27/2023 05:53 pm - Story - 6,472 Hits
4. Northern NJ Community Foundation's Partnership Awarded $75,000 Grant for Flooding and Community-Led Sustainability Project in Hackensack
Grant award provided by Partners for Places, a project of The Funders Network
by post on 03/31/2023 04:54 pm - Story - 6,782 Hits
5. FIELDS GRADE AND ALPINE RESIDENTIAL CELEBRATE TOPPING OUT OF 270 JOHNSTON AVENUE IN JERSEY CITY’S BERGEN-LAFAYETTE
24-Story Building Constructed by KL Masters Reaches 262-Foot Peak 
by post on 01/14/2023 09:13 am - Story - 9,668 Hits
6. Alfred N. Sanzari Family Foundation Announces Recipients of 2022 Spring/Summer Grant Program
$50,000 awarded to 13 local non-profits to support community-focused programs in 2023
by post on 01/11/2023 02:42 pm - Story - 15,277 Hits
7. Students Counter Conflict in Essay Contest
PARAMUS, N.J. – Four students have earned $2,500 in scholarships from the Bergen Community College Center for Peace, Justice, and Reconciliation (CPJR) and Bergen Community College Foundation for their submissions in an essay contest on conflict resolution.
by post on 05/14/2022 08:42 am - Story - 10,295 Hits
8. Common Read Gets Bergen on the Same Page
PARAMUS, N.J. – In recent years, Bergen Community College has taken numerous steps to strengthen its diversity, equity and inclusion efforts that promote access and support the success at the institution.
by post on 09/23/2021 05:23 pm - Story - 19,061 Hits