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E. Rutherford earns noteworthy grade in NJ ‘Best Places to Live’

The borough of East Rutherford has a population of about 9,000 residents and is situated approximately 7 miles outside of NYC.

June 3, 2019

The town of East Rutherford earned a strong score on Niche’s annual report card, which was released on May 31. The report card grades the “Best Places to Live in NJ” on an A+ to a D- scale. East Rutherford, along with surrounding Bergen County communities such as Hasbrouck Heights, Paramus, Maywood...

Local crossing guards express views on often overlooked profession

Ms. Judy Triguero is responsible for keeping the East Rutherford schoolchildren safe.

Blaze Grabowski, Staff Writer

March 17, 2019

“It was a high school student, and I never knew his name. He would never smile or respond, and he would always look down. I would greet him whenever I saw him,” stated Ms. Tammy Gil, a crossing guard for the Borough of East Rutherford. She then went on to add, “Many years later, I ran into him...

East Rutherford field re-dedicated to Captain Charles H. Riggin

East Rutherford Councilman Jeffrey Lahullier helped plan and coordinate the ceremony.

Jenny Marcinkowski, Lead Editor: District Initiatives & Community Affairs

October 17, 2018

A re-dedication ceremony in honor of Captain Charles H. Riggin took place at East Rutherford’s Riggin Field this past Sunday, October 14. Riggin was an Army Captain during WWI when he was killed during the Meuse-Argonne Offensive in France on October 14, 1918. At the time, he was only 28 years old. Captain...

Becton art students create E.R. clubhouse murals

Becton art students, along with several teachers, created a warm atmosphere in the East Rutherford Little League Clubhouse.

Brianna Peraino and Taina Soler

May 30, 2017

Becton Regional High School teachers Mrs. Savincki, Mrs. Colangelo, and Mr. Maucione collaborated with select Becton students to create murals at the East Rutherford Little League Clubhouse this past May. Seniors Matt Gonzalez, Emily Venegas, Analix Bravo, Kattlyn Vasquez, Francesca Monterrosa and...

Mr. Maucione is newest addition to East Rutherford BOE

Special Education Instructor Mr. Maucione has been inducted into the ERBOE on January 3.

Cecilia Munoz, Staff Writer

January 13, 2017

Special Education Teacher Mr. Maucione has been inducted into the East Rutherford Board of Education on January 3. “I am excited to take on this new challenge and learn from those around me,” he said. Being a member of the East Rutherford Board of Education is really important to Mr. Maucione...

Blue street line symbolizes local community support for law enforcement

Th blue line was painted on Sept. 21.

Gina Beneduci, Staff Writer

October 7, 2016

Following recent approval from the East Rutherford Council and the Police Commissioner, a blue line, which spans from East Rutherford to Carlstadt, was painted down Hackensack Street on Sept. 21. “The line is meant to show support for law enforcement,” stated Dennis Rivelli, an East Ruth...

Marallano, Kruk win Art Beautification Contest

Sophomore Claudia Kruk begins to paint the fence.

Angela Cheung, Staff Writer

April 22, 2015

The Art Beautification Committee is a volunteer organization that preserves the beauty of the town of East Rutherford by performing activities such as planting trees and flowers or providing paintings for local areas. The committee of the Art Beautification Contest selected two winners from both Becton...

Art Contest

February 3, 2015

Children's Lane, a small park on Madison Street in East Rutherford, is in need of new artwork. Enter a sketch of something children would enjoy to see in their park by 2/25/15. Two sketches will be chosen, and the winners will get the opportunity to paint their creation on a piece of fence which will...

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