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WATCH: 'Back To The Future' Commercial Filmed In Bergen County

Bendix Diner in Hasbrouck Heights is the setting of a Toyota commercial posted online Wednesday to mark Back to the Future Day.

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Hasbrouck Heights Area Sex Offender Map: Homes To Watch At Halloween

Check this map before your kids go out trick or treating in the Hasbrouck Heights area.

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Houlihan's Employees Sue Bergen County Company For Allegedly Keeping Tips, Report Says

Servers' and bartenders' tips from five Bergen restaurants, including Hasbrouck Heights, allegedly paid for non-tipped employees' wages.

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Former Hasbrouck Heights Cop Admits He Killed Childhood Friend: Report

Scott J. Smith was charged with first-degree murder in 2012 in the death of his friend, John Amendola, in 2011.

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83-Year-Old Man Charged In Homicide Pleads Not Guilty, Report Says

John C. Wisse, 83, allegedly shot and killed a tenant of his in Hasbrouck Heights Saturday, authorities said.

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Man Shot, Killed In Hasbrouck Heights Homicide, Prosecutor Says

Suspect is in custody, authorities said.

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Hasbrouck Heights Among N.J. Communities Identified For Ashley Madison Affairs

The data collection (see list below) identified a list of towns and the numbers of users in each community, but did not reveal names.

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The 50 Safest Towns In New Jersey: Hasbrouck Heights Is 26th

Safewise released a list released this week of the safest towns in New Jersey, noting that the state’s violent crime is dropping.

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Bergen Natives Open County's First Brewery, Beers Available In Hasbrouck Heights: Report

Hasbrouck Heights residents Joe Delcalzo and Peter Reuther opened Brix City Brewing in May.

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Bayonne city council hires company to reexamine city's master plan

The City Council unanimously voted last night to hire a Hasbrouck Heights architectural and urban planning firm to reexamine the city's master plan, which city Business Administrator Joe DeMarco has said is "outdated."

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