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Broadway’s Best Comes to NJPAC

(Newark, New Jersey-March 10, 2015) New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) presents an evening with Stephen Schwartz & Friends Debbie Gravitte, Scott Coulter, and Kelli Rabke. Stephen Schwartz, the celebrated Broadway composer who gave us the beloved musicals Wicked, Godspell and Pippin will be joined on stage by award-winning vocalists Debbie Gravitte, Scott Coulterand Kelli Rabke in an unforgettable evening of solos, duets and trios spanning the course of his career.

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Pascrell Announces Effort to Make Child Care More Affordable

Bergen County child care costs highest in New Jersey

Englewood, NJ –U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ-09), New Jersey’s only member of the tax-writing Ways and Means Committee, was joined by Bergen County parents at the Bergen Family Center in Englewood to announce legislation he introduced to make child care more affordable for working class families. The bill, H.R. 964, Working Parent Support Act of 2015, would create a Child Care Tax Deduction more valuable to middle income families.

“The exorbitant cost of child care in New Jersey is becoming an increased financial burden on families, particularly in Bergen County,” said Rep. Pascrell.  “The fact is that our current Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit is woefully inadequate to meet the needs of middle class families.

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Paramus Sunrise Rotary's Guest Speaker, A Wounded Warrior

A Wounded Warrior Sgt. Deven Schei, Retired, is a spokesperson for the Wounded Warriors. To accommodate the much larger expected attendance, the meeting was moved from Doctors Express to the Paramus Borough Hall Council Chambers. Paramus Sunrise Rotary President Janet Pomante had Sgt. Schei and Boro Veterans Officer Sam Casiello accompany Rotarian Mel Fabrikant in the Pledge of Allegiance.  Rotarian Mukesh Malkan accompanied Mel in the recital of the 4 Way Test that the club recites at every meeting.  Introduced by Mayor Rich LaBarbiera, Deven Schei gave a very low key but super powerful and moving speech. He received a standing ovation when he was finished.

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Explosion at 580 Winters Ave Paramus (Updated)

On Friday, March 6, 2015, at approximately 11:51 am, the Paramus Police Department Communications Center received multiple calls of an explosion and fire at the Oradell Animal Hospital located at 580 Winters Avenue.  Initial calls reported that some occupants of the building might be trapped inside.

The Paramus Fire Department under the command of Fire Chief Craig Burrows and the Paramus Police Department responded immediately. The first arriving police and fire units were able to locate all of the missing workers and evacuated them to EMS care. The source of the explosion was determined to be an animal MRI machine located in the animal hospital. There was no fire after the initial explosion. However, there was a small leak of helium which is used as a cooling agent inside of the MRI machine.

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Assembly Approves Eustace 3-Bill Package Taking an Innovative Approach to Combating Hunger

Measures Seek to Put the Billions in Food that Go to Waste Each Year to Good Use

(TRENTON) – The full Assembly on Monday unanimously approved a three-bill package sponsored by Assemblyman Tim Eustace to combat hunger by making good use of the billions of dollars in food that goes to waste every year in the United States.

           The sponsor noted that each year, approximately 40 percent of the food supply in the U.S. goes uneaten due to losses at the farm, retail, and consumer levels.  This wasted food costs Americans $165 billion in retail sales and uses up valuable water and energy resources.  Meanwhile, 49 million Americans, including 16 million children, are at risk of going hungry.  In New Jersey, alone, 1.15 million people, including 375,000 children, are affected by food insecurity.

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Sens. Menendez, Booker Announce Over $12 Million on Head Start Funding for NJ

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senators Robert Menendez and Cory Booker (both D-NJ) today announced the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has awarded $12,417,597.00 in federal funding to strengthen Head Start and Early Head Start programs in Bergen, Essex, and Cumberland counties.

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Supernumeraries & Volunteers Wanted for Verismo Opera Productions

--Bring the Family to the Opera Announces March Discount Ticket Rates for Carmen--

Summary: Verismo Opera announces several supernumerary and volunteer opportunities are now open.  A special discount ticket rate is available on March 26, 27, and 28 for the company’s performance of Carmen on April 26.

(Bergen County, New Jersey; March 9, 2015) -- The New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera, the house opera company of the Bergen Performing Arts Center (bergenPAC) in Englewood, New Jersey, has several opportunities for supernumeraries (supers), volunteers, and opera fans to get involved this year.  The Bring the Family program invites the public to celebrate Verismo Opera's 26th season with a special 30% off ticket rate in March and discounts for children and senior citizens to see Georges Bizet's Carmen on Sunday, April 26, 2015 at 3:00 p.m. at bergenPAC.

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Free Heart Screening for Women

Your Key to a Healthy Heart

At Heart Care for Women, the core of our mission is the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease in women. A key component of this mission is the Heart Care for Women Screening Program. Pat Delaney, an R.N. with more than 40 years of cardiac and critical care experience who currently serves as Valley's Director of Cardiac Outreach, is credited with identifying the need for this screening and making it a reality.

The goals of the Heart Care for Women Screening Program are to raise awareness of the prevalence of cardiovascular disease in women; educate women so they can recognize the unique signs and symptoms of cardiovascular disease in the female population; and, through screenings, identify patients' individual risk factors for developing cardiovascular disease. We have screened more than 5,000 women since the program's inception.

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Fatal Accident on Midland Ave

On Sunday, March 8, 2015, at approximately 4:52 am, the Paramus Police Department responded to the area of Midland Avenue and Cardinal Place, to reports of a motor vehicle accident involving a Jeep and 2 bicycles.

Upon arrival, police and EMS located and  treated two victims who were  seriously injured. Both victims were transported to Hackensack University Medical Center. One victim identified as Mandeep Singh, 23 yoa, of Paramus NJ suffered a serious head injury and later died at the hospital on March 8, 2015. The other victim, identified as Shernjit Singh ( no relation to victim 1), 24 yoa, of Paramus NJ, suffered head and body injuries and remains in Hackensack Medical Center.

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The Garden State Harmonica Club Two Monthly Meetings

The Garden State Harmonica Club will hold our two monthly meetings /open mic​ ​

on April 6th and 20th. The Club invites anyone interested in the harmonica or harmonica music to join the group to play or listen. Light refreshments are always available. Among the celebrity members are Frank Grova (member of The Melody Men); Enrico Granafei of Trumpets Jazz Club; Dennis Gruenling, teacher and well known blues player; Harry Feinberg, famous member of the Harmonica Rascals; Gary Mettler, performer and teacher; Rob Paparozzi, harmonicist and former lead singer of Blood, Sweat and Tears.  

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Explosion At Animal Hospital

On Friday, March 6, 2015, at approximately 11:51 am, the Paramus Police Department Communications Center received multiple calls of an explosion and fire at the Oradell Animal Hospital located at 580 Winters Avenue.  Initial calls reported that some occupants of the building might be trapped inside.


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Bank Robbery Arrest

Bank Robbery Arrest The Paramus Police Department in conjunction with the Hasbrouck Heights Police Department, the Federal Bureau of Investigation Garret Mountain Office, and the Hawthorne Police Department announced the arrest of Craig Gunset, 32 yoa, of Sloatsburg, New York and his brother George Gunset, 29 yoa, of Sloatsburg, New York for Bank Robbery and Conspiracy to Commit Bank Robbery.

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Eustace & Lagana Propose New Plan to Help More New Jersey Workers Save for Retirement

New Individual Retirement Account Program Would Offer Security & Peace of Mind for Employees without a Current Retirement Plan


(TRENTON) – Assemblymen Tim Eustace and Joseph Lagana have introduced legislation to create a unique, new program to help more New Jersey workers plan for retirement.

The bill (A-4275), which is modeled after the first-in-the-nation plan recently signed into law in Illinois, would create individual retirement accounts for employees of firms with at least 25 workers who do not presently have access to an employer-provided retirement plan.

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Judge Joseph S. Conte
(Englewood Cliffs – March 3, 2015) Sekas Law Group, LLC is proud to announce that Joseph S. Conte, former Judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey, has joined the firm as Of Counsel.

Joseph S. Conte has devoted over three decades to public and civic service. As a Superior Court Judge for twenty years, Judge Conte presided over civil juries and criminal juries. These cases included personal injury, medical malpractice, professional malpractice and employment discrimination.  Judge Conte conducted numerous settlement conferences and heard numerous cases in lieu of prerogative writ matters, which are filed against a municipality and may involve a Planning Board, Board of Adjustment or any action taken by a Mayor and Council, such as the discharge of a police officer.  Judge Conte was appointed to the Superior Court of New Jersey in Bergen County where he served for over twenty years.

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Roland Corporation U.S. Appoints Clyne Media toAugment Public Relations and Editorial Efforts

Roland Corporation U.S. announces the appointment of Nashville- and New York-based firm Clyne Media Inc. as agency of record to spearhead public relations and editorial initiatives, effective immediately. The announcement was made by Chris Halon, Director, Marketing Communications, Roland Corporation U.S., and is, along with Roland, expanding its internal marketing team, part of a new strategic business plan reflecting Roland’s ongoing commitment to the expansion of the company and its brands.  
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Englewood Library Presents “A Legacy of Achievements”

More than 50 people packed the Mackay Room at the Englewood Public Library February 25 for a talk on the significant achievements of African Americans who were either born in or lived in Englewood. The program was lead by lifelong Englewood resident Thomas “Moose”

Monroe who taught health and physical education at both the Middle and High School for 31 years. Monroe who also coached football, basketball and track at Dwight Morrow High School focused part of the talk on Englewood residents who used their athletic talent to achieve great things such as Duquesne University basketball player Fletcher Johnson who went on to become a renowned cardiovascular surgeon in the 1950’s and New York Jets Bruce Harper who went on to found the non profit Heroes & Cool Kids mentoring program.

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Pascrell Announces Extension of Deadlines for Key Sandy Recovery Programs

NJDCA grants more time to applicants for LMI and TBRA programs

Pascrell had requested time extension from DCA


WASHINGTON – Congressmen Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ-09) announced that the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs has extended the deadline for residents affected by Hurricane Sandy to apply for two key assistance programs – the Low to Moderate Income (LMI) Homeowners Rebuilding Program and the Tenant-Based Rental Assistance (TRBA) Program. LMI was extended to Friday, March 20th and TBRA was extended to Monday, April 6th. Rep. Pascrell had requested the deadline be extended to ensure there was time for proper outreach to local residents.

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Testing Opt-Out, Studying PARCC Tops Thursday Assembly Committees

Transportation Trust Fund Status Discussion Also on Tap

(TRENTON) – Allowing parents to exclude their child from standardized testing and studying the effectiveness of the PARCC exam, creating workforce training for former casino workers, the New Jersey Stolen Valor Act, studying start times for middle and high schools and establishing the crime of upskirting are among the bills that highlight Thursday’s Assembly committee meetings.

A discussion on the state of New Jersey’s Transportation Trust Fund is also on tap.

The meetings are slated to being at 10 a.m. and will be streamed live at:


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Habitat Bergen Now Accepting Applications for Future Homeowners at Open Enrollment Information Sessions

Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County (Habitat Bergen) is hosting Open Enrollment Information Sessions for future Habitat Bergen homeowners at the Philip Ciarco Adult Learning Center of Bergen Community College (BCC) on Saturday, March 21st, 10am – 2pm and Wednesday, April 1st, 6pm – 8pm. The Open Enrollment Sessions will be held in Rooms 102-103 of the Philip Ciarco Adult Learning Center, which is located on the Hackensack campus at 355 Main Street.

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Images Of Paramus Book Signing At Fritz Behnke Historical Museum

Paramus Book Signing at Fritz Behnke Historical Museum March 1st was the scheduled debut and book signing of Images of Paramus written by Thalia Goulis and Marc Jablonski. Both authors were on hand to greet the visitors and to autograph books purchased there. One might know that Mother Nature stepped in and started a cold snowfall. The slippery roads won over one car that slid from Paramus Road South into the museum parking lot causing damage and injury. On hand was Paramus Police Chief Kenneth Ehrenberg who was visiting at the museum along with his father. He quickly attended to the situation along with Fred Behnke who was overseeing the book signing and welcoming the guests.
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