Promising year ahead for NA boys’ hoop squad

The North Arlington High School boys’ basketball team posted a 17-10 record last year and lost two key players, Jose Checo and Jonathan Hurley, to graduation. But that doesn’t mean that the Vikings will be any worse this season. In fact, according to third-year head coach Rich Corsetto, the Vikings have a… Continue Reading

4 firefighters injured at recycling-plant fire in Lyndhurst

A Thanksgiving Day fire destroyed the interior of a huge paper recycling plant in Lyndhurst. Both the origin and cause of the three-alarm blaze, which brought out firefighters from the township and eight other area communities, was undetermined at present. Click the headline to read the entire story. Continue Reading

‘Promedy’ promises lots of laughs

KEARNY –  What happens when a student government leader, theater geek, science whiz nerd, cheerleader, newspaper hound and football jocks, among others, get together to plan a prom? Well, they come up with a theme and then romantic intangibles and intrigue enter into the equation and … you have “Promedy,”… Continue Reading

Thoughts & Views: What about our homeless people?

It’s rather interesting that the terror attacks in Paris a few weeks ago have opened up a discussion in this country that largely gets overlooked — homelessness. It’s become an issue in the United States because politicians across the globe are now debating whether it’s truly safe to admit… Continue Reading