Lyndhurst General News

Passport Outreach Services to Lyndhurst Residents

In Cooperation with Bergen County Clerk, John S. Hogan, Mayor Robert B. Giangeruso has once again requested Passport Outreach Services to Lyndhurst residents. Dates scheduled are October 9th & 10th from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Passport Applications, Business Trade Names, Notary Public, Senior/Veteran/ Exempt Fireman Discount photo cards will be made available AT TOWN …

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$22,000,000 Designated For New Lyndhurst Train Station

Mayor Robert Giangeruso and the Lyndhurst Board of Commissioners have authorized NJ Transit to move forward with its 22 million dollar capital improvement to the Lyndhurst Train Station. The new station will replace the current antiquated Lyndhurst Train Station on Stuyvesant and Court Avenues. The new station will not only help to improve ridership, but …

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Lyndhurst’s Middle School to Open Its Doors 2020

The Lyndhurst Middle School is truly a model of 21st Century learning. The 145,000 SF facility will accommodate 650 students for grades 6, 7 and 8, and features a three-story academic wing, visual and performing arts theater, and a full-size gymnasium with auxiliary gym, locker rooms, weight room, and athletic field.