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The Habit Burger Grill to Open Second New Jersey Location in River Edge

Pre-Opening Fundraisers to Benefit Community Organizations:

Cherry Hill Elementary School, D.A.R.E, and Alpine Learning Group

River Edge, New Jersey  (February 2015) -- The Habit Burger Grill’s ("The Habit"), delicious Charburger has been habit-forming across the West Coast since 1969 and soon lines will be forming in River Edge, NJ as it opens its second East Coast location. The burger centric fast-casualrestaurant chain opened its first East Coast location in Fair Lawn, NJ in August 2014.

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Born Free USA Applauds Committee Action on Shark Fin Bill in New Jersey

Cruel practice of shark finning threatens 73 million sharks annually, who are crucial to the survival of ecosystems

Washington, DC, February 12, 2015 -- Born Free USA, a global leader in animal welfare and wildlife conservation, commends the New Jersey Senate Economic Growth Committee for passing S. 2057.  Sponsored by state Senators Raymond Lesniak (D-20) and Christopher Bateman (R-16), this bill is an important step toward reducing the shark fin trade that devastates shark populations worldwide. Born Free USA Program Associate Kate Dylewsky testified in Trenton today in support of the legislation. She urged the committee to pass the bill in its full form.

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Hackensack Riverkeeper’s Next Step For The River

Petitions EPA to list lower Hackensack River as Superfund site

  Today, Hackensack Riverkeeper formally petitioned the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to study whether the main stem of the Hackensack River should be listed under the federal Superfund law. The drastic action was taken on behalf of the tidal reaches of river that stretch for twenty-two miles from Van Buskirk Island in Oradell, NJ to the river’s terminus at Newark Bay.  Bottom sediments throughout that area are contaminated with a long list of toxic chemicals and heavy metals.
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Assembly Panel 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) – An Assembly panel on Thursday 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.

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Local Caregivers Prepare Seniors for Impending Weather Wallop

Visiting Angels Hands Out “Senior Storm Kits” Ahead of Another Round of Winter Weather

(February 2015) - As Americans battle yet another blast of winter weather, local caregivers are bracing their seniors for the cold temperatures and possibly life threatening conditions with Senior Storm Kits. Visiting Angels, one of the largest in-home senior care companies in the nation, is handing out kits with specific items that could come in handy if seniors find themselves stranded during a snow storm, or any other type of inclement weather.

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Join the Hundreds Making Their VMG Doctor Appointments Online with ZocDoc

Valley Medical Group (VMG) is pleased to announce it has partnered with ZocDoc to offer real-time appointment scheduling for select physicians through VMG's website and ZocDoc's web site and app. The service provides a simple, convenient way to book an appointment at any time, even when the doctor's office is closed. 
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Berkeley College Invites All Members Of The Military And Veterans To A Spring Veterans Career Expo


Connect with prospective employers and benefit from career workshops 

Members of the military, and veterans and their families, are invited to a Career Expo hosted by Berkeley College at Renaissance Hall in Woodland Park, NJ, on Friday, April 17, from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. Berkeley College is co-hosting the Spring Veterans Career Expo with Be A Hero – Hire A Hero, an initiative that focuses on assisting veterans with transitioning to civilian life through the organization’s network of professional, corporate, educational and military organizations. 

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Warm a Heart Donation Drive & Speed Dating Event

Warm your heart with some four legged love
I used to look forward to snowstorms, colder days where we could wrap up under the covers or sit by the fire and watch the snow fall.  Now, I dread the winter.  I cringe with every report of snow coming and frigid temperatures.  I worry about cats and dogs alone outdoors left to fend for themselves.  Will they freeze to death?  Will their shelter get plowed in?  Do they even have shelter?  When I can’t stand outside for 2 minutes without it being unbearable, how do they survive?  The howling winds send pains of guilt straight into my heart for being safe and warm when so many don’t have that luxury. 

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Bergenstages Continues Working Miracles

PARAMUS, N.J. – In the first Bergenstages production of the spring 2015 semester, a young Helen Keller – blind, deaf and mute since infancy – learns the meaning of language by the will of her committed teacher, Anne Sullivan. Bergen Community College’s student-produced show draws light to the uplifting true story of “The Miracle Worker,” opening Friday, Feb. 27.

Drawing heavily from letters written by Sullivan, as well as Keller's autobiography, playwright William Gibson constructed a biographical drama recounting events that took place when the student and teacher first met in the 1880s.

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Valley Medical Group is Well-Represented on Latest NY Metro Area “Top Doctor's” List

RIDGEWOOD, NJ, February 9, 2015 — Valley Medical Group congratulates its 23 affiliated physicians who are included in the recently released 18th edition of Top Doctors: New York Metro Area, which is published annually by Castle Connolly Medical Ltd, a New York City research and information company.

The guide includes more than 5,900 top primary care and specialty care physicians in a 20-county area spanning three states - New York, New Jersey and Connecticut - who represent the top 10 percent of doctors in the area.

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Kevin J. Slavin Leads St. Joseph’s Healthcare System

Kevin J. Slavin
PATERSON, NJ [February 10, 2015] – Kevin J. Slavin has taken the reins as President and Chief Executive Officer at St. Joseph’s Healthcare System, a leading academic healthcare organization serving Northern New Jersey.

“St. Joseph’s Healthcare System is a vital – and vibrant – community resource with a longstanding 148-year tradition of providing high quality advanced healthcare to all those in need. I am truly honored to return to St. Joseph’s as President and CEO. This organization is experiencing tremendous momentum that we will proudly sustain as we move progressively forward,” said Kevin Slavin, President and CEO at St. Joseph’s Healthcare System.

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Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey recognizes HackensackUMC for quality in bariatric surgery

(Newark, New Jersey) – Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey (Horizon BCBSNJ) today named six healthcare facilities in New Jersey as part of the Blue Distinction® Centers for Specialty Care program. Hackensack University Medical Center is one of the facilities designated as Blue Distinction® Centers for delivering quality care resulting in better overall outcomes for bariatric patients.

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Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey’s “Insure-A-Thon” to help consumers purchase coverage

Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey’s “Insure-A-Thon” to help consumers purchase health coverage before the 2015 enrollment deadline

(Newark, NJ, February 6, 2015) – Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey (Horizon BCBSNJ) announced today that it will be keeping its phone lines and retail locations open late during the next week for a new “Insure-A-Thon” to accommodate consumers still shopping for health insurance coverage for 2015. The deadline for 2015 enrollment for individual policies is Sunday, February 15.
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National Teen Dating Violence Awareness & Prevention Month

Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco Announces Free Workshops on

Teen Dating Abuse and Healthy Relationships

Hackensack, NJ -- Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco recognizes February as National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month and supports the county’s Division of Alternatives to Domestic Violence and its on-going efforts to prevent the devastating cycle of abuse through their Prevention Through Education (PTE) program.

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Lagana Bill to Allow Deployed Military Homeowners to Defer Property Tax Payments Advanced by Assembly Panel

(TRENTON) – An Assembly panel on Thursday advanced legislation sponsored by Assemblyman Joseph Lagana to allow New Jersey residents enlisted in any branch of the United States Armed Forces to qualify for the deferment of any property tax amount that becomes due during the period of deployment for active duty in time of war.

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Yoga Classes Help Caregivers Cope with Stress

Englewood Hospital and Medical Center Offering Free Monthly Classes

(Englewood, NJ) - Englewood Hospital and Medical Center (EHMC) is offering free monthly yoga classes to caregivers. The classes include therapeutic yoga, breath work, and meditation and are designed for family members or medical professionals caring for loved ones or patients with life-threatening illnesses.

Classes run the first Thursday of every month, from 4 to 5 p.m., in Conference Rooms A & B at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, 350 Engle Street, Englewood, NJ.

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Meet The Artists Book Signing At Paramus Museum March 1 2015

Thalia Goulis will appear at the The Paramus Fritz Behnke Historical Museum. 
along with her co-author, Marc Jablonski, to debut a picture book about Paramus. A recent graduate of Ramapo College, she and her co-author, a male college student from Paramus have been selected by the Museum committee to showcase the book from 1 - 5 PM on Sunday, March 1st. Since many of the pictures emanate from the museum, it was deemed fitting to help the town know about this edition.
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Lagana & Eustace Propose Fixes to Improve Delivery of Long-Term & Community-Based Services for the Elderly

Three-Bill Package Based on State Audit is also Designed to Maximize Federal Funding to Save New Jersey Taxpayers Money

(TRENTON) – Assemblymen Joseph Lagana and Tim Eustace have introduced a three-bill package to improve the delivery of existing state programs and services in order to help the elderly maximize their independence while also protecting taxpayer dollars.

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Bergen’s Scholar-In-Residence Performs

Rafael Bianciotto
PARAMUS, N.J. – Paris or Paramus?

With Rafael Bianciotto, the artistic director of the Paris-based Zéfiro Théâtre Company serving as a Fulbright scholar-in-residence at Bergen Community College this semester, students will have the opportunity to study under the world-renowned artist. Professor Jim Bumgardner, who directs the College’s BergenStages student-theatre productions, remained instrumental in bringing Bianciotto to the College as part of a shared agreement with Ramapo College of New Jersey.

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14 Year-Old Winner of National Essay Contest Heading to Russia to Carry Out His Vision for Change

February 3, 2014 | New York, NY – An 8th grade student at The Cranbury School in New Jersey received the biggest surprise of his life yesterday in front of hundreds of unsuspecting classmates. 14 year-old Sam Harshbarger, who serves as Student Council President, was making announcements at an all-school assembly Monday when an unexpected guest joined him on stage. Dr. Jorge Castro, President of the leading international education organization AFS-USA, stunned the entire audience by revealing that Sam had beaten out 500 students across the country – many as old as 18 – to win first place in a highly competitive national essay contest.
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