The Record from Hackensack, New Jersey on June 5, 2020 · A1
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The Record from Hackensack, New Jersey · A1

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A Minneapolis officer’s decision to ignore that, leading to the death of George Floyd, has inflamed the coun- GEORGE FLOYD PROTESTS State may review cops’ use of neck restraints Local policies vary despite wide knowledge of deadly potential Steve Janoski and Stacey Barchenger USA TODAY NETWORK – NEW JERSEY See RESTRAINTS, Page 9A Inside h More than 1,000 join march in Garfield to protest racial in- justice. 1L There’s no stopping the spirit of Pride. The global coronavirus pandemic has changed ev- ery aspect of life, and the resulting cessation of pub- lic gatherings means June’s commemoration of Pride Month will be decidedly different. Organizations across the region are getting cre- ative, hosting celebrations, gatherings and shows as the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community perseveres during a trying time, facing an uncertain future. This summer’s now-canceled NYC Pride schedule of in-person events was originally planned for June Pride Month to be celebrated a bit differently Alex Biese, Maddy Lauria, Jim Beckerman, Celeste E. Whittaker and Sean Lahman Asbury Park Press USA TODAY NETWORK – NEW JERSEY See PRIDE, Page 8A On this day 125 years ago, The Rec- ord published its first edition. Back then, it was simply called the Evening Record. Over the next century, it had many names but colloquially be- came known as The Bergen Record — even though those words never graced the nameplate. Both references to the paper — The Record and The Bergen Record — are emblematic of its identity. For the 70 municipalities of Bergen County, it has been and continues to be the source for local news. For the staff and the rest of New Jersey, it was, and remains to this day, a regional journalistic power- house willing to tackle topics and is- 125 YEARS In many ways, the story of North Jersey can be tied to the building of the George Washington Bridge. The connection to Manhattan made Bergen County and the sur- rounding region boom. It also ex- panded the reach and influence of The Record, which had started dec- ades earlier in a storefront on Hack- ensack’s Main Street. That first edition — four pages and all text printed on cotton paper — would grow from a local publication to a regional newspaper publishing seven days a week. “My grandfather, who bought the paper back in the early ’20s, was in- ‘Watchdog’ tells story of life in North Jersey Our promise: to be a friend of the people we serve Page through history See galleries of historic photos and Record front pages at NorthJersey- .comSee SFORZA, Page 6A See 125 YEARS, Page 6A Clockwise from top: Troops head into Newark during the 1967 riots; the original front page of the Evening Record from 1895; firefighters raising the American flag at Ground Zero on Sept. 11, 2001; a Teaneck police car on its side following demonstrations in 1990 after a white police office shot a black teen. PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY KAYLA GOLLIHER/ USA TODAY NETWORK; NORTHJERSEY.COM FILE PHOTOS Daniel Sforza Executive Editor USA TODAY NETWORK – NEW JERSEY FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 2020 NORTHJERSEY.COM PART OF THE USA TODAY NETWORK F R I E N D O F T H E P E O P L E I T S E R V E S 125 YEARS CELEBRATING 1895~2020 YFCICD-00001v(c)N)f)L)a$2.50 • No Hunger • No Jitters • Non-Surgical 201-266-5000 Call for a Same-Day Consultation! “QUARANTINE 15” Hollywood’s Best Kept Secret in Bergen County! FAST MEDICAL WEIGHT LOSS CALL NOW TO SCHEDULE YOUR FREE IN-HOME DESIGN CONSULTATION. 201.479.0013 40% OFF FREE INSTALLATION + & 15%ADDITIONALSAVINGS With approved credit.Call or ask your Designerfor details. Not availablein all areas. NOW OFFERING12 MONTHSPECIAL FINANCING* Terms and Conditions: 40% off any order of $980 or more or 30% off any order of $680-$979 on any complete Custom Closet, Garage Cabinets, Home, Office, Pantry, Laundry, Wall Bed, Wall Unit, Hobby Room or Garage Flooring system. 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