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Castle Brochure Features Jersey Shore's J-Woww A.K.A. JENNI FARLEY


(Mt. Laurel, New Jersey- August 3, 2015) Live from the Jersey Shore, it’s J-Woww also known as Jenni Farley gracing the cover of Castle, A Home and Lifestyle Magazine. Chris Cardillo, President of Castle Windows said,“Customer feedback from this issue has been overwhelming positive, Jenni has a way of connecting with many people.”  Jenni shares her journey from a former party girl to a successful businesswoman, loving mother and soon to be wife to long-time boyfriend Roger. Read this in-depth Q & A and see Jenni this summer in the upcoming soon to be released independent film, The Mint.

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Genova Burns Establishes Insurance Law Practice Group

William Megna, an Expert in Captives, Risk Retention Strategies and Regulatory Matters, Joins Firm 

NEWARK, NJ – With the addition of William Megna, an expert in the field, Genova Burns has established a specialized Insurance Law Practice Group. This group will handle insurance company formation and governance, including captive insurers, risk retention groups, MEWAs and other related strategies. The group will handle all aspects of insurance company regulatory law and approvals for admitted and non-admitted carriers including licensing, corporate filings and compliance with state law and regulations in many jurisdictions.

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Eustace & Lagana Applaud Federal, State Officials for Safety Improvements to Local Railroad Crossing

            (ELMWOOD PARK) – Assemblymen Tim Eustace and Joseph Lagana (both D-Bergen/Passaic) on Monday praised federal and state officials for the completion of safety improvements to the Midland Avenue railroad crossing.

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Hackensack University Health Network-Affiliated Healthcare Providers Earn Recognition as Bergen’s Top Doctors and Dentists

Hackensack University Health Network is pleased to announce that 175 of its affiliated healthcare providers have been recognized by (201) Magazine as Bergen’s Best Doctors and Dentists.

“I want to congratulate each of our team members on achieving this distinction,” said Robert C. Garrett, president and chief executive officer of the Hackensack University Health Network. “It is a true reflection of their dedication to providing exceptional patient-centered care every day.”

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Robert Scrivo, Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers of NJ is Distinguished Speaker at Sunset Rotary Club

Robert Scrivo, seen here being greeted by Membership Chair and long time Paramus resident, Steve Wolferman (right), is a Trustee of the Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers of NJ (ACDL-NJ). Mr. Scrivo has a distinguished career having earned his Juris Doctorate from Seton Hall University Law School in 1993. He served as a Judicial Clerk to the Hon. William L’E. Wertheimer of the Supreme Court of NJ and from 1994-1998 as an Assistant Bergen County Prosecutor. He has extensive experience in the areas of criminal and municipal defense law, domestic violence, complex commercial litigation, insurance defense and numerous other areas of law.

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Honorees Announced For The 14th Annual Community Awards Dinner, October 29th

Teaneck, NJ, July 31, 2015: The Teaneck Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that it has chosen the honorees for this year’s Community Awards Dinner to be held at the Marriott at Glenpointe hotel on Thursday October 29th.  Our honorees are:

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Massage Therapy By Harmony Within

Harmony Within Jaime Shanahan LMT has been administering massages for a long time. To become a LMT (Licensed Massage Therapist), she had to take over 600 hours of classroom study. Rather than stop there, Jaime has continued her education and is now offering customized treatments, a soothing holistic atmosphere, a heated neck and eye pillow, a heated table blanket, aromatherapy and hot stones. She doesn't just offer a massage at her 2nd floor studio in Westwood; she offers soothing comfort as well.

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New Sponsorship Levels Announced for Fourth Annual 4 Miler at Garret Mountain

Robert Paz
100% of Sponsorships Benefit Child Life Department at St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital

CLIFTON/WOODLAND PARK, N.J., July 30, 2015 – Three new levels of sponsorship have been announced for this year’s Fourth Annual 4 Miler at Garret Mountain in Woodland Park, N.J., by SaxBST, organizer and host of the Saturday, September 12, 2015 race/walk. All sponsorship proceeds will once again be earmarked for St. Joseph's Children's Hospital to ease the worries of children undergoing treatment for life-threatening illnesses and injuries.

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Hudson Fiber Network Joins Forces with Habitat Bergen

ORADELL, NJ, July 30, 2015 – Hudson Fiber Network (HFN), a leading IP and network provider,  joined forces with Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County (Habitat Bergen) from July 15-17 to rebuild  homes damaged by Superstorm Sandy in Little Ferry and surrounding towns. 

“We’ve built one of the nation’s largest fiber infrastructures here on the east coast,” notes Brett Diamond, HFN’s CEO. “It seemed only fitting that we help to rebuild something for our local community as well.”

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The Vitamin Shoppe® Hosts A National Event To Celebrate Healthy Living On August 15

Secaucus, NJ (July 30, 2015) – Join the Vitamin Shoppe on Saturday, August 15, for a special event to get prepared for a healthy fall season! All Vitamin Shoppe stores nationwide will host a “Share the Health” Expo from 11am- 2pm (local time) to provide shoppers with key wellness tips and seasonal product recommendations. The first 50 shoppers at each store will also receive a free tote bag and a Vitamin Shoppe t-shirt.*
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After Dog Is Left in Hot Car, PETA Offers Bergen County Tips for Safeguarding Animals During Hot Weather

Group Warns Against Leaving Animal Companions in Vehicles

Bergen County, N.J. — PETA receives reports every year about animals who experience horrifying deaths after being left outside or in hot cars during the summer months. Just this past Monday, a dog was found languishing in a parked car in Tenafly on a 89-degree day.

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20th Annual Summer String Festival held at The Elisabeth Morrow School

Thursday, August 13th 1:30pm – 3pm

Open to the General Public

Gymkhana at The Elisabeth Morrow School

435 Lydecker Street

Englewood, NJ


(Englewood, New Jersey- July 28, 2015) The public is invited to a free community performance celebrating the 20th annual Elisabeth Morrow School Summer String Festival on Thursday, August 13 from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.  Young musicians from across the tri-state are will perform pieces by Bartok, Bach, Handel and Mozart among others.

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Bergen County Opens Cooling Centers to Address Heat Index

Hackensack, NJ – Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco has opened several cooling centers throughout the county to help residents stay cool during the current heat wave which is supposed to last throughout the week.  Temperatures are expected to climb over 90 degrees and the accompanying humidity will make it feel closer to 100 degrees.

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Valley Hospital Auxiliary Completes $1.5 Million Pledge and Begins a New One

Ridgewood, New Jersey July 24, 2015 — Less than three years ago, the members of Valley Hospital Auxiliary pledged to raise $1.5 million that would be designated to two areas–an endowment for Valley Home Care's Butterflies Program and towards the creation of The Valley Hospital's Breast Imaging Facility located in the Robert and Audrey Luckow Pavilion, One Valley Health Plaza, in Paramus, New Jersey. 

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Mayor and Council Meeting 7 22 15

Mayor and Council Meeting 7-22-15 Paramus is six policemen safer according to Mayor Rich LaBarbiera. Six new people were sworn in as Paramus Police Officers at the Mayor and Council meeting of 7/22/2015. Three were US veterans and recognized separately  by Paramus Veteran Service Officer Sam Casiello. The Council chamber was packed with well wishers and family. As the Mayor mentioned  later on when the majority of the audience left after the swearing in was over that it was a way of clearing the room.
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Sergeant Raymond Walter Palisades Parkway Police is Distinguished Speaker at Sunset Rotary Club

Sergeant Walter was welcomed at the club by member Steve Wolferman, long time resident of Paramus.

The Palisades Interstate Parkway Police for formed in 1908. The agencies responsibilities include traffic enforcement as well as traffic safety along the New Jersey section of the Palisades Interstate Parkway along with providing Police services to the New Jersey section of the Palisades Interstate Park.

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Menendez: Tax Bill Benefits NJ Commuters, Businesses, Struggling Homeowners

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Bob Menendez supported and voted this week on a tax bill approved by the Senate Finance Committee that extends 52 tax relief provisions important to businesses and families in New Jersey and across the nation.  Specifically, the legislation extends these provisions for two years, retroactively for all of 2015 through 2016, and includes a nearly doubling of the tax benefit for transit commuters, mortgage debt tax relief for “underwater” homeowners, and a research and development (R&D) tax credit to incentivize business and job growth.   

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The Valley Hospital Presents Tourniquets to Pascack Valley Area Police Forces

RIDGEWOOD, NJ, July 22, 2015 — The Valley Hospital recently presented tourniquets to representatives of several Pascack Valley area police forces for use in on-scene emergency trauma response.  The tourniquets, called C-A-T tourniquets are military tested and approved for trauma scene needs.

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Pascrell Announces $2 Million Federal Grant to WPU to Train Paterson School Leadership

Department of Education grant part of Turnaround School Leaders Program

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ-09) announced that the U.S. Department of Education has awarded a $1,999,266 federal Turnaround School Leaders Program grant to William Paterson University (WPU) to help develop leadership programs in Paterson School 6, School 13, School 28 and New Roberto Clemente School.  WPU will also be working in partnership with Kean University on programs in the Plainfield school district.

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The Valley Hospital Earns Quality Respiratory Care Recognition for Thirteenth Consecutive Year

The Valley Hospital has earned Quality Respiratory Care Recognition (QRCR) for the thirteenth year in a row under a national program aimed at helping patients and families make informed decisions about the quality of respiratory care services available in hospitals. Valley is one of about 700 hospitals or approximately 15 percent of hospitals nationwide that have applied for and received this award.

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