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Mayor Sacco Leads Guttenberg St. Patrick’s Day Parade

first_imgBeginning at 68th Street and Madison Street at a little past 1 p.m. on Saturday, March 17, the procession zigzagged through the streets of Guttenberg, ending up on Park Avenue, where a stage was set up outside Wild Rover Pub near 71st Street. Sean Kerrigan, owner of the Wild Rover, was named Guttenberg Businessman of the Year.Photos by Art Schwartz 1 / 27    2 / 27    3 / 27    4 / 27    5 / 27    6 / 27    7 / 27    8 / 27    9 / 27    10 / 27    11 / 27    12 / 27    13 / 27    14 / 27    15 / 27    16 / 27    17 / 27    18 / 27    19 / 27    20 / 27    21 / 27    22 / 27    23 / 27    24 / 27    25 / 27    26 / 27    27 / 27  ❮ ❯ ×  1 / 27    2 / 27    3 / 27    4 / 27    5 / 27    6 / 27    7 / 27    8 / 27    9 / 27    10 / 27    11 / 27    12 / 27    13 / 27    14 / 27    15 / 27    16 / 27    17 / 27    18 / 27    19 / 27    20 / 27    21 / 27    22 / 27    23 / 27    24 / 27    25 / 27    26 / 27    27 / 27  ❮ ❯center_img Mayor Nicholas Sacco was among the distinguished guests invited to lead Guttenberg’s second annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade & Party. Joining him were Assemblywoman Angelica Jimenez, Hudson County Schools of Technology Board Secretary Joseph Muniz, Guttenberg Mayor Wayne Zitt and the entire town council, and other local and regional dignitaries.Bagpipers and a police color guard led the parade, along with the parade’s grand marshal, popular 74-year-old Guttenberg resident Thomasena Fantry. Following behind were a large crowd of local residents and a cavalcade of vehicles from Guttenberg, North Hudson Regional Fire Department, the Hudson County Sheriff’s Office, and other agencies.last_img read more


Division One clubs dominate FA Cup draw

first_imgFour third-tier sides have secured their places in the Round of 32 draw for the MTN FA Cup with two more Second Division clubs pushing for a third round place.The live draw for the next stage of the Cup competition on Thursday, February 28, 2013 at 11:00am has clubs from the Division One League dominating with fifteen sides making it to the Round of 32.Ten premiership clubs are through after Liberty Professionals, RTU, Berekum Arsenals and Ebusua Dwarfs, all Premier League sides were eliminated in the previous round of the competition.Kotoko /Japekrom, Woe FC /Dawhenya FC and Starke FC/New Edubiase are yet to qualify for the Round of 32 draw.Qualified teamsAgbozome Weavers, Tema Youth, Samatex FC, Guan Stars, Mighty Jets, Toende FC, Prestige, Rainbow FC, Dynamo FC (VR), Elmina Sharks, Yassin FC, King Faisal, Amidaus Pros, Feyenoord, All Blacks, Hasaacas, BA Stars, Heart of Lions, Aduana Stars, Zaytuna, Great Olympics, Eleven Wise, Berekum Chelsea, Medeama, Hearts of Oak, Goldstars, AshantiGold, Nania FC, Wa All Stars, Kotoko /Japekrom, Woe FC /Dawhenya FC, Starke FC/New Edubiaselast_img read more