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Valley's Okonite Research Center Participates in Trial of New Bypass Device

The Valley Hospital Heart and Vascular Institute is 1 of 17 preeminent cardiac surgery centers in the United States and Europe selected to participate in a clinical feasibility trial of a new implant designed to support vein grafts used in performing a cardiac bypass procedure. The trial is included among a robust list of clinical trials currently underway through The Valley Hospital Okonite Research Center. 
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Be Part of the Second Annual EarthFest Overpeck

Bergen County’s largest Earth Day celebration seeks sponsors, vendors, Regatta participants

Hackensack Riverkeeper and the Bergen County Department of Parks have announced the date of the Second Annual EarthFest Overpeck. This year’s event takes place on Saturday, April 25, 2015 at Overpeck County Park and will build on its inaugural year, which drew a crowd of thousands. A wide mix of activities is planned including:

  • A festival midway featuring environmental nonprofits, green vendors, animal rescue groups and healthy-living advocates
  • Live entertainment
  • Beer garden
  • Children’s activities
  • An assemblage of food trucks, each featuring distinct fare
  • Free paddling courtesy of Hackensack Riverkeeper
  • A Recycled Regatta (featuring boats made from trash)
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Englewood Public Library Holds “Healthy Eating With Raw Food Recipes” with Karen Ranzi

(Englewood)Karen Ranzi of Ramsey wasn’t talking about steak tartar, oysters on the half shell or even a roll of sushi when she brought her raw food message to the  Englewood Public Library on Tuesday, January 13.  What the award-winning author and expert in the field of nutrition WAS talking about was the many benefits of eating a raw food diet as defined as a diet of fresh fruit, vegetables, nuts and seeds.
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Pride Of New York Marketplace/Taste NY To Feature Locally Sourced Products At The Int'l Restaurant & Foodservice Show of NY

New York, NY - January 20, 2015 - The Pride of New York Marketplace/Taste NY Pavilion will preview exclusive products from New York growers and producers at the International Restaurant & Foodservice Show of New York from March 8 - 10, 2015, at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York City. Pride of NY/Taste NY will provide a unique opportunity for restaurant and foodservice professionals to discover food processors who will feature delicious new products including locally grown produce, handcrafted spirits and whiskeys, yogurts and cheeses, honey and maple syrup, breads and bakery products, wines and craft beers and much more.

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TOYS“R”US, INC. TO HOST 10th “GREAT TRADE-IN” EVENT

Highly Anticipated Event Returns to Babies“R”Us® and Toys“R”Us® Stores Nationwide from Friday, January 23 through Saturday, February 21 to Provide Shoppers the Opportunity to Remove Recalled or Outdated Baby Products from Homes
More Than 1.1 Million Used and Potentially Unsafe Products Removed from the Marketplace Since the Program’s Inception

WAYNE, NJ (January 20, 2015) – Toys“R”Us® today announced its 10th “Great Trade-In” event, issuing its latest call to action for customers to rid their homes of potentially unsafe, old and second-hand cribshigh chairscar seats,strollers and more, in exchange for savings on a new item. Since 2009, the company’s Great Trade-In event has resulted in the removal of more than 1.1 million pieces from the marketplace. That number will continue to grow during its latest event, which begins Friday, January 23 and continues throughSaturday, February 21 at Babies“R”Us and Toys“R”Us stores across the country.

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Application Deadlines Extended for New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera's Auditions

at Bergen Performing Arts Center for Roles in Carmen, Lucia di Lammermoor
(Fort Lee, New Jersey; January 19, 2015) – The New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera has extended the deadlines for soloists in all vocal categories to submit applications to audition for roles in the professional opera company’s 2015 productions.  New Jersey residents are encouraged to apply. 

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Safe Sitter® Babysitter Training

The Life Support Training Center at Hackensack University Medical Center is pleased to present Safe Sitter®. This course is a medically-accurate up-to-date babysitting course that teaches boys and girls, ages 11-13 years, life and safety skills.

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Hackensack University Health Network and Seton Hall University Announce Joint Venture to form School of Medicine


(HackensackUHN) and Seton Hall University (SHU) announced today that the two institutions have signed a memorandum of understanding to form a new, four-year school of medicine. This partnership will establish the only private school of medicine currently in the state and provide a significant economic boost to the region. The school intends to locate on the campus of the former Hoffmann-La Roche Inc. (Roche), a state-of-the-art biomedical facility, in Nutley and Clifton, New Jersey.
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VICE PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN TO DELIVER REMARKS TO THE NATION’S MAYORS

NEARLY 300 MAYORS TO BE IN D.C. FOR THE 83rd WINTER MEETING OF THE UNITED STATES CONFERENCE OF MAYORS 
MAYORS TO RESPOND TO STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESS PENING PRESS CONFERENCE | Wednesday, Jan. 21 | 12 Noon ET
Washington, D.C. – On the heels of President Obama’s State of the Union Address (SOTU) and under the leadership of USCM Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson, nearly 300 of the nation’s mayors will convene in Washington, D.C. at the Capital Hilton Hotel to engage with Administration officials, Congressional leaders business leaders to ensure the health and economic recovery of America’s cities. This meeting comes at a critical time as the 114th Congress begins, with many new leaders and members in both the House and Senate.
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Care Plus NJ Workshop Announcement:Trauma Informed Care Assessments and Practice

Cross-Cultural Competence Skills for Professionals in Social Service Fields February 12, 2015 - 9:00 am -3:00 pm Paula C. Rodríguez Rust, PhD, Expert Presenter 5 CEUs for social workers*
This course is designed for social service, counseling, and medical service providers with experience communicating with clients/patients in social service or clinical settings, and is appropriate for professionals with advanced degrees in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology, and related fields, as well as individuals without advanced degrees who have experience working with clients in social service settings.
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Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey honored with 2015 Digital Edge 25 Award for using technology to serve its members

(Newark, New Jersey, January 16, 2015) - Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey (Horizon BCBSNJ) has been named as a 2015 Digital Edge 25 honoree, produced by IDG Enterprise media brands CIO and Computerworld and the CIO Executive Council. The Digital Edge 25 awards honor enterprises that have leveraged digital technologies such as social, mobile, analytics and cloud to achieve highly significant transformation or innovation for their business, to give them a competitive “digital edge.”
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Travel with Habitat Bergen to Taos, New Mexico on a Global Village Trip


ORADELL, NJ, January 16, 2015 – Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County will be hosting an information session for its upcoming Global Village Trip to Taos, New Mexico on Tuesday, February 3rd at 7pm at First Presbyterian Church of Englewood.
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Bergen Professors Awarded for Innovation


PARAMUS, N.J. – Bergen Community College has recognized the work of six faculty with national awards from the League of Innovation in the Community College.

“The efforts of these faculty reflect an institutional commitment to innovation and evolution,” Bergen Vice President of Academic Affairs William Mullaney, Ph.D., said. “By finding solutions to past, present and future challenges, initiatives led by Bergen faculty set a new framework for helping students achieve success.”

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Comparative Landscapes

Master Gardener Barbara Bell will present "Comparative Landscapes", a slide / lecture program on Thursday, February 5th, at 7:30 P.M., in the Harrington Park Library, 10 Herring Street, Harrington Park. 

Take a journey through garden history from Ancient Egypt to the present.  Explore the features that define different periods in landscape design and learn how events and cultural influences make these gardens specific to their times and continue to inspire us today. 

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Did you know that there is financial assistance available to eligible veterans and their surviving spouses to pay for home care?

Eligibility for the Aid and Attendance Pension can be quickly and easily determined over the phone.  The veteran or surviving spouse must meet four basic criteria:

The veteran must have served at least 90 days in the service with one of those days during a time of war.     

The veteran or surviving spouse must be over the age of 65.

The veteran, spouse or surviving spouse must have a medical diagnosis that warrants long term home care.

The veteran or surviving spouse must meet the financial criteria.

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New Jersey Working Families, Business Owners Urge President Obama to Support Earned Sick Days and Paid Family Leave Policies

Today the White House Announces New Steps to Strengthen Working Families across America
New Jersey working families called on President Obama to use the bully pulpit to push forward earned sick days and paid family leave policies in his State of the Union address. Today, his administration announced proposals to strengthen the middle class by giving working families the flexibility to balance their families and jobs. Letters, from New Jersey working families, parents, and business owners, were sent to the President as part of a package from 21 state coalitions fighting for these policies that make up Family Values @ Work.
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The Community Chest and LeGourmet Factory Partner to Raise Money for the Community

(Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey-January 15,2015) For the second year, The Community Chest and LeGourmet Factory are embarking on an “Epicurean Journey” and creating a unique evening of culinary fun and feasting.  You don’t have to go to The City to enjoy a great evening out; you can stay right in Englewood and come to this chic space that is perfectly appointed and suited for a totally enjoyable evening with friends.  The event will be held on Wednesday, February 25 (snow date – February 26), from 7:00 to 10:00 pm at 176A South Van Brunt Street, in Englewood, NJ.
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Calling all Bergen County Artists!!!

The ART CENTER OF NORTHERN NJ in New Milford is hosting a juried exhibition entitled “Celebrating Bergen County’s Diversity.”

Exhibition dates:                    February 7 to 27

Reception & Awards:            February 7, from 2 PM to 4 PM

Entry form deadline:             January 23, 2015

Drop off work for jurying:      January 28, 10 AM to 1 PM

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Bergen Celebrates Black History Month

PARAMUS, N.J. – Headlined by speakers Dr. Roger Mitchell Jr., a forensic pathologist and author, and Khalil Gibran Muhammad, Ph.D., director of the New York Public Library’s Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, and an art exhibition curated by the Tenafly-based Society of African Missions, Bergen Community College will recognize a century of black life, history and culture during February’s Black History Month.

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Adele Kenny and Peter Murphy To Read In Montclair

The Montclair Monthly Poetry Series, coordinated by Laura Boss and Maria Mazziotti Gillan, is presenting a reading by Adele Kenny and Peter Murphy on Thursday, February 5, 2015. This free event is at 7 p.m. at the Montclair Public Library (auditorium), 50 South Fullerton Ave., Montclair, NJ. 

An open reading follows the featured readers. 

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