WEEHAWKEN BRIEFS
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31 YEARS OF SERVICE – North Hudson Fire Department Captain Richard DeSimone (center) of Ladder Co. 4 served 16 years with the West New York Fire Department and 15 years with the North Hudson Fire Department before his recent retirement. On his last tour of duty he accepted best wishes from (left to right) firefighter Mike Lordo, retired firefighter Bill Renner, firefighter Stefan Vassallo and firefighter Richard DeSimone, the captain’s son.
31 YEARS OF SERVICE – North Hudson Fire Department Captain Richard DeSimone (center) of Ladder Co. 4 served 16 years with the West New York Fire Department and 15 years with the North Hudson Fire Department before his recent retirement. On his last tour of duty he accepted best wishes from (left to right) firefighter Mike Lordo, retired firefighter Bill Renner, firefighter Stefan Vassallo and firefighter Richard DeSimone, the captain’s son.
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Holiday deadlines

Due to the upcoming July 4 holiday, the Hudson Reporter classified and display ad deadlines will change.

For the Sunday (July 7) edition, the classified deadline is Tuesday, July 2 at 12 p.m.

For display ads for North Bergen, Union City, West New York, Weehawken and Secaucus, the deadline is Tuesday at noon. For Hoboken and Jersey City, the deadline is Wednesday at noon.

As for letters – as always, the earlier, the better. Letters will be published when they are fact-checked, and formatted, and confirmed with the author.

The office will be closed Thursday, July 4. We will reopen on Friday, July 5. We thank you for your patronage and have a wonderful and safe holiday!

To place an ad call 201-798-7800 or email: Classified@hudsonreporter.com or place your ad online at www.hudsonreporter.com and click on “Place a Classified Ad.”

Weehawken weekenders taking reservations for day trip

The Weehawken Weekenders are still taking reservations until July 12, for their upcoming day trip to The Magnaninni Winery, on Aug. 4.

The day includes an hour of wine-tasting, a six-course dinner, muaic for your listerning and dancing pleasures. Transportation and all gratuties are included. Plaese call the Weekenders Office at 201-319-6059, for more information and pricing.

Volunteers sought to aid foster care children

Are you interested in helping children in the foster care system? If so, Hudson County CASA (court appointed special advocate) is recruiting volunteers to assist in advancing the interests of abused and neglected children.

“CASA works through trained community volunteers to ensure that needed services and assistance are made available to children while helping to move them toward safe and permanent homes,” said spokeswoman Meghan Garcia.

An information session will be held Tuesday, July 9, from 6 to 7 p.m., Room 400, at the Hudson County Administration Building, 595 Newark Ave., Jersey City.

CASA and its volunteers speak for children in court, serve as fact finders for judges, and advocate for children while they are in the foster care system. Hudson County has nearly 700 children in foster care; most have been removed from their homes for abuse or neglect.

To learn more about CASA, call (201) 795-9855, e-mail mgarcia@hudsoncountycasa.org or visit www.hudsoncountycasa.org.

Two children fall out of third-story window

A 5-year-old girl and her 4-year-old brother fell out of a window on the third floor of a North Bergen residence on Tuesday, June 25.

Witnesses said the children saw a friend on the ground and went to wave to the child when the screen in the window gave way.

On Wednesday morning, the girl was in guarded but stable condition at the Jersey City Medical Center and the boy was in critical condition.

A neighbor told WNBC news, “They looked small. They weren’t moving.”

Landlords of buildings are required to put child safety guards on windows if parents request them.

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