Home News North Bergen News

North Bergen News

Cutting the ribbon on the future Bigwigs turn out to officially open countywide high...

Frank Gargiulo, superintendent of Hudson County Schools of Technology -- the group of countywide public schools in Hudson County -- looked a little embarrassed as he walked through the front doors of the new...

Mother of deceased North Bergen student unable to sue university

According to an Oct. 30 appellate court decision, Magalys Garriga, whose daughter Jannette -- a North Bergen resident -- died in April 2017 at Rowan University, is unable to sue the school over her daughter’s suicide. Jannette...

Frightful fun North Bergen families celebrate Halloween at the annual parade

Roughly 1,200 children dressed up as Mickey Mouse, The Incredibles, killers from The Purge, and more for the annual North Bergen Halloween Parade at the Recreation Center this year. The North Bergen High School Marching...

NORTH BERGEN BRIEFS

Pedestrian struck in James J. Braddock Park has died The woman who was struck by a car on Oct. 2 on Boulevard East inside James J. Braddock Park has died, according to a statement from...

Celebrating seniors North Bergen mayor hosts annual senior picnic

The tables were filled in the main ballroom of the newly-renovated Schuetzen Park Banquet Hall, now renamed “The Boulevard” at 3167 Kennedy Blvd., as nearly 1,000 North Bergen seniors attended the annual Senior Citizen...

Free tuition for hundreds of students at HCCC NJ pilot program begins in Spring...

Hudson County Community College (HCCC) is one of 13 community colleges across NJ selected to participate in the state’s Community College Innovation Challenge, a pilot program that will distribute $20 million worth of grants,...

NORTH BERGEN BRIEFS

Fall Festival becomes Spring Festival A strong storm with heavy rain and gusting wind is in the forecast for our area this Saturday, October 27. The Waterfront Fall Festival sponsored by Hackensack Meridian HealthPalisades Medical Center scheduled for...

A local anti-bullying advocate Woman lives with Tourette's Syndrome, fights stereotypes

Longtime Hudson County resident Theresa Borrelli wears many hats. She’s an author, singer-songwriter, poet, and motivational anti-bullying speaker. As a person who lives with Tourette's Syndrome -- a nervous system disorder involving repetitive movements or unwanted sounds...

Did Suarez do the right thing? Prosecutor defends her decision not to pursue alleged...

Defending her decision not to prosecute gubernatorial aide Alberto J. Alvarez over allegations of a 2017 sexual assault in Jersey City, Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez said she has allowed the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s...

Not over until it’s over The pros and cons of the new ICE contract

Depending on whose legal opinion you accept as valid, a contentious Oct. 11 vote by the Hudson County freeholders to approve a 10-year contract to house Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detainees in the county jail may or may not end in 2020. In a marathon seven-hour...
Bayonne
overcast clouds
42.4 ° F
45 °
41 °
65 %
3.2mph
90 %
Sat
42 °
Sun
41 °
Mon
41 °
Tue
39 °
Wed
32 °

1,766FansLike
9,495FollowersFollow

You can find our pre 2017 archives at archive.hudsonreporter.com