The Town of West New York has developed a municipal budget that has a 0% increase in taxes and maintains vital municipal services. The board of Commissioners passed the $75 million budget during the September 9th public meeting. The Budget with no tax increase has not compromised the
Children’s Bus Problem may be over soon. This school year, West New York students were transferred from the Harry L. Bain School to St. Josephs Palisades Elementary School building. However, a new bus contract was not instated, leaving parents and members of the community outrag
Rodas voted West New York Board of Education President, Accused as Non-Resident. Last night citizens were outraged by the West New York Board of Education’s decision to vote board trustee Mr. Steven A. Rodas its new President. Replacing Dr. Christine Piscitelli, some citizens immedia
On Friday September 5th, the West New York Police Department received an anonymous call from a woman who said as she walked by the 52 Lounge on 5207 Bergenline Avenue she observed a female inside wearing only lingerie and appeared to be giving a male a lap-dance.
Mayor Roque and Superintendent Fauta are at odds over transporting children. As the school year begins, the Mayor and Superintendent are not on the same page concerning Harry L. Bain Elementary School.
A closer look to the Candidates for the Board of Education in West New York. HCTV spoke with some of the candidates running for the Board of Education as part of the ‘Children First Team.’ We learned about their background, as well as why they want to run for the position.
West New York Kids get free haircuts before school year. On Wednesday September 3rd Children from West New York were able to come to The Cutting Edge Barber Shop for a free haircut and a bag of school supplies. Tickets were distributed to families in order to make their transition int
Parents outraged about children’s hike to school. Parents of children who attend the Harry L. Bain School in West New York are outraged that kids may need to walk up to two miles to get to their temporary school, St. Joseph’s. Renovations have begun at the Bain School whi
Pet Store owner charged with Animal cruelty in West New York. Animal Warden Jeff Santini, stumbled upon syringes, multiple bottles and tranquilizers while conducting an animal cruelty investigation at Puppy Haven on 6200 Kennedy Boulevard. Officer Mario A. Cadena was dispatched to the