‘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

Teachers declare impasse in talks

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KEARNY –  Things have gone from bad to worse in contract talks between the Kearny Board of Education and Kearny public school teachers. The Kearny Education Association, which bargains for teachers, guidance counselors, school nurses, child study team members and coaches, has broken off talks. KEA President Marcy Fisher told… Continue Reading

New library chief already well-known to most patrons

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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

KPD: You’re on ‘Candid Camera.’ Don’t smile.

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Three female employees of Walmart were arrested Jan. 14 after one of them allegedly used a cell phone to film a 16-year-old shopper using the ladies’ restroom at the Kearny store, police reported. At 8:15 p.m., KPD Officers Daniel Esteves and Andre Fernandes and Sgt. Dave Rakowski responded to the… Continue Reading

Charges filed after pedestrian struck: HPD

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HARRISON –  A Harrison man was struck by an auto while walking home Sunday night, Jan. 17, police reported. HPD Det. Lt. David Doyle said the incident occurred at about 11:49 p.m. along Manor Ave., between Harrison Ave. and Ann St. Doyle said Antonio Couto, 62, was crossing Manor, from… Continue Reading