Bergen County

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Hackensack Fire Department - History
... lower Manhattan) began in the 1630s at Pavonia, eventually leading to the establishment of Bergen (at today's Bergen Square in Jersey City) in 1660 ... In 1675, the East Jersey Legislature established the administrative districts (Bergen, Essex, Middlesex, and Monmouth) ... In 1683, Bergen (along with the three other counties) was officially recognized as an independent county by the Provincial Assembly ...
Lyndhurst High School - Athletics
... private and public high schools located in Bergen County and Hudson County, following a reorganization of sports leagues in Northern New Jersey by the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic ... Prior to realignment that took place in the fall of 2010, Lyndhurst was part of the Bergen County Scholastic League ... Patrick Rono, the son of Olympian gold-medalist Peter Rono, the Golden Bears clinched a Bergen County Scholastic League National Division championship ...
Stewart Krentzman - Community and Charitable Involvement
... of the Arsenal Soccer Club of the Pascack Valley (Bergen County, NJ) in December 1991 ... Krentzman was inducted into the Bergen County High School Soccer Coaches Hall of Fame in November 1999 ... their fund raising efforts by the New Jersey State Legislature, the Bergen County Executive as well as many breast and colon cancer organizations and hospitals ...
Bergen County Jail
... Bergen County Jail is a facility operated by the Bergen County Sheriff's Office located on 160 South River Street in Hackensack, New Jersey ...

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