NA has nothing to be ashamed of in Jamboree loss

TENAFLY –  It had the makings of “Hoosiers,” the truest tale of David and Golaith, the littlest of Group I schools taking on the big parochial powerhouse, the upstart newcomer against the defending champion. The North Arlington boys’ basketball team took on Bergen Catholic in the second round of the Bergen County… Continue Reading

‘Clear curbs for snow removal’

NORTH ARLINGTON –  Mayor Joseph Bianchi urged borough residents and property owners not to leave their trash cans and/or discarded furniture at curbside in the aftermath of the weekend snowstorm. The mayor cited borough ordinance Chapter 319-20 which states: “No person shall obstruct any street, avenue, road, highway, alley, sidewalk or… Continue Reading

New library chief already well-known to most patrons

NORTH ARLINGTON –  The North Arlington Public Library Board didn’t have to go far to find a new library director. In fact, Leo Bellino was already at the library on Ridge Road working as the children’s librarian when Kristin Nelson vacated the director’s post last year. Reference librarian Kathryn Landis… Continue Reading

‘Perfecting’ her craft in the movies

A native North Arlington daughter hopes to make an impact in the movie industry with the premiere of “Little Miss Perfect” at the Irvine International Film Festival in California on Jan. 21. Billed as a “dark drama/ thriller,” and nominated as the Best Feature Film in the festival, it… Continue Reading

NA boys’ basketball team: 10 wins, eight in a row

When the high school basketball season began last month, North Arlington boys’ head coach Rich Corsetto didn’t know what the future had in store for the Vikings. Corsetto, a coaching lifer who is in his third season with the Vikings, knew that he had some of the ingredients into making a good… Continue Reading