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
WEST NEW YORK- With only weeks away before the students from HLB School have to report to St. Joseph’s School, Mayor Felix E. Roque expresses his disposition to cooperate with West New York Public Schools’ Superintendent John Fauta to assist parents and students with this transition.
Mayor Felix Roque and Commissioner Count Wiley exchanged fiery words at the West New York commissioner’s meeting last Wednesday. Wiley accused Roque of costing tax payers millions of dollars in outstanding lawsuits. Wiley, himself, is involved in three of the lawsuits with Wes
Jillian Risberg, HCTV It affects as many as 30,000 Americans at any given time. ALS (Lou Gehrig’s) is a degenerative disease of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. A viral phenomenon called the Ice Bucket Challenge dares people to take the challenge, donate and help create a w
West New York resident and advocate Humberto Ortega plays a pivotal role in selection process. Mayor Felix Roque appointed Mr. Ortega who is retired and experienced in the private sector to participate in the selection of Matt Watkins as the new Business Administrator
Exclusive Interview with new WNY Business Administrator Matthew Watkins. Hudson County TV sat down with Matthew Watkins the new Town and Business Administrator for the City of West New York. Mr Watkins is the former Clifton City Manager and Former Director of Division of Local Governm
Free Haircut Day for students in West New York is coming up on Wednesday September 3rd. The Cutting Edge in West New York will host a special event to benefit local students with the new school year quickly approaching
Law enforcement officers from West New York will be cracking down on drunk drivers of the 2014 Labor Day “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign. Beginning on August 14 and running through Sept. 1, local and state law enforcement officers will conduct sobriety checkpoint