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Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey employees beautify Newark’s historic Branch Brook Park

Green thumbs of Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey employees beautify Newark’s historic Branch Brook Park during company’s Day of Caring

(Newark, NJ, June 9, 2015)  - Dozens of Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey (Horizon BCBSNJ) employee volunteers, their families and friends spent the day last Saturday mulching, weeding, planting and beautifying one of New Jersey’s natural jewels – Branch Brook Park in Newark – for the company’s annual Day of Caring.

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Senior Moments For June

The Joseph Cipolla Senior Center has some interesting activities for Paramus Seniors including an Open House. The event will take place on Sunday, June 14 from 1PM to 3PM. This will give a chance to learn firsthand what the Paramus Senior Center is about. On Monday, June 29th, a Retirement Luncheon for longtime beloved Senior Center Director Eileen McDowell will be held at Biagio's. If you are interested in attending, get down to the center with $42.00 per person. Checks should be made out to Ana C. Jimenez with a note on the check stating that it is for Eileen's retirement.
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Sussex County Miners Announce Movie Nights, Fireworks, Bargain Days and More

The Miners’ official promotional schedule for 2015 includes Movie Night Fridays, Fireworks Saturdays, Family Fun Sundays, Weeknight Bargain days and many special events throughout the summer

 
Augusta, N.J. – June 9, 2015 – The Sussex County Miners, New Jersey’s newest independent professional baseball team, has announced their official promotional schedule for the team’s inaugural season, running now through Labor Day.
 
“The Sussex County Miners have a super lineup of fun for the whole family this summer. Every day of the week will be special – starting with Family Fun Sundays, when kids are allowed to run the bases on the field and take photos after the game. Every Wednesday, kids under 12 are allowed into games for free. On Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, we have special deals at the concession stands that will make food and drink extra affordable for our fans,” said Dave Chase, general manager of the Miners. “Every Friday night – even when there are no games – the Miners will hold Movie Night Fridays. And on Saturdays after home games, fans can enjoy spectacular fireworks.”

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Gail Simmons to Present at B2B Food Show


GAIL SIMMONS
Top Chef Judge to Keynote the Trade & Trends Food Show

Secaucus, NJ –Producers of the Trade & Trends Food Show have announced Gail Simmons as the keynote speaker for the upcoming expo at Meadowlands Exposition Center on October. Gail’s keynote will be held at noon on October 26, 2015. The event is held October 26 & 27, 2015.

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A Personal View Of The Paramus Farmer's Market

Good afternoon !! This years Farmers Market in Paramus will include many new fun and enjoyable vendors. We have several hot food options such as Empanada Mania, Kimchi Smoked Korean BBQ, Guiseppe's Rack and Ribs, American BBQ, Paolos Kitchen prepared meals, as well as two amazing bakeries  Meridiths Bakery that also carries a full line of glutton free products and Ginas Bakery for amazing freshly baked breads and French pastries, and Pizzettas we also have two Natural Local Farmers Hensler Farms and Do Re Me Farm.
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Peter Carrazzone, MD, Honored by Northern NJ Council, Boy Scouts of America


Peter Carrazzone, MD
PATERSON, NJ [JUNE 8, 2015] - Peter Carrazzone, MD, is the recipient of the 2015 Distinguished Health Care Service Award, Passaic County, presented by the Northern New Jersey Council, Boy Scouts of America, at the organization’s 23rd Annual Distinguished Health Care Service Awards Dinner on June 2, 2015 at Mayfair Farms, West Orange, NJ. The dinner is conducted annually by the Northern New Jersey Council, Boy Scouts of America, and is co-sponsored by medical societies, hospitals, and other health-related organizations in the four counties of northeastern New Jersey.

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ForwardNJ Kicks Off Summer By Looking At NJ's Tourism-Related Infrastructure Needs

Lake Como – Forward New Jersey is kicking off summer by looking at the state’s tourism-related infrastructure needs.  Throughout the summer months, ForwardNJ will highlight different themes that showcase the importance of fixing New Jersey’s broken Transportation Trust Fund (TTF)

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The Horizon Foundation for NJ’s asthma management program recognized at The Salvation Army’s 150th Anniversary Celebration

(Newark, New Jersey, June 8, 2015)— The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey, the charitable arm of Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey, has been honored by The Salvation Army Newark Area Services for its efforts to help children better manage, prevent and overcome the often dangerous symptoms of asthma. At its 150th Anniversary Celebration dinner last week, The Salvation Army paid tribute to the Foundation for its Breathe Easier with Asthma Management (BEAM) initiative.

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Bergen Boosts Support for Small Businesses


LYNDHURST, N.J. – Bergen Community College unveiled centralized space and resources for small businesses and entrepreneurs during an open house attended by more than 250 people June 3 at Bergen Community College at the Meadowlands.

The event, which served as a kickoff celebration showcasing new space for FUSE – the former Bergen Community College Regional Accelerator at the Meadowlands – and the New Jersey Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at Bergen Community College, included speakers such as Bergen Dean of Continuing Education, Corporate and Public Sector Training Christine Gillespie, Bergen Board of Trustees Vice Chairman Philip J. Ciarco III, Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey Chairman Carlos Medina and keynote speaker Idea Village Products Corporation President and COO Ron Boger. Workshops, networking and tours complemented their remarks.

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HHS Announces that New Jersey’s 32 percent Increase in Medicaid and CHIP Enrollees since 2013 is Among the Highest in the Nation

New Data and Updated Report Show Medicaid Is Expanding Insurance Coverage, with Major Benefits to States’ Citizens and Economies

New York, NY – June 5, 2015 - The Affordable Care Act has dramatically expanded access to health insurance coverage by both providing a health insurance marketplace and through Medicaid expansion. Since the law’s major coverage provisions took effect, over 700,000 New Jerseyans have gained access to coverage, with the expansion of Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) accounting for over 400,000 of these individuals. This represents a 32 percent increase in Medicaid and CHIP enrollment over less than a two year period, which makes New Jersey one of the states with the highest rate of enrollment increases. Nationally, there was a 21 percent increase over this same period.

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Baci Ristorante Opens In Tenafly

Baci Ristorante A new restaurant opened in Tenafly replete with a ribbon cutting ceremony by the Mayor and an open house party sparing very little. Mayor Peter Ruskin was on hand to perform the ribbon ceremony as well as the Chamber of Commerce . An upscale restaurant with ample room for parties, the open house had a full complement of guests. The open bar spared no expense with top shell spirits like Johnny Walker Black and Tanqueray gin being poured profusely.  The barmaids were kept busy satisfying the many requests such as a Negroni and a Pink Lady among others. Beers were served either by the glass or the bottle. No request was turned down. Hors d'ouevres  in proliferation were distributed by the wait staff, many unique such as a thin slice of ham wrapped arond a dainty piece of asparagus, fried cheese balls, calamari, shrimp and baby lamb chops .
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UPS Foundation Invests in Plainfield Students' Futures at JA BizTown


June 2, 2015, Princeton, NJ  –  On May 19, a team of UPS employees from New Jersey delivered a special dose of JA’s financial literacy, work readiness, and entrepreneurship programming to students from Cedarbrook K-8 Center and Hubbard Middle School, both of Plainfield.

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Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of NJ named a 2015 Best Place for Diverse Managers and Women to Work by Diversity MBA Magazine

(Newark, NJ, June 3, 2015)  - Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey has been chosen by Diversity MBA Magazine as one of the nation’s top employers for diverse managers and women.  The magazine ranked Horizon BCBSNJ No. 6 among its national list of Best Places for Diverse Managers and Women to Work and ranked Horizon BNCBSNJ as the No. 1 Regional Company.  This is the sixth consecutive year that Horizon BCBSNJ has been honored by Diversity MBA Magazine for its diverse workplace policies and programs.

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BERKELEY COLLEGE and HACKENSACK UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER BRING PUBLIC and PRIVATE PARTNERS TOGETHER


at 2nd ANNUAL NATIONAL SECURITY FORUM
Leaders and participants discuss information sharing during emergency situations with a focus on public and private health

For the second consecutive year, Berkeley College brought public and private leaders together to address the topic of national security and communications as they relate to healthcare in a variety or emergency situations ranging from cybersecurity of personal information to the spread of infectious diseases and terroristic threats by explosives and active shooters.

“Hospitals are open facilities and that makes them vulnerable,” said Christopher Rodriguez, PhD, Keynote Speaker and Director, New Jersey Office of Homeland Security.

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Zinburger Wine & Burger Bar Introduces Summer Kids Menu

Entree, Side and Drink – all for $3 for those 12 & under for a limited time

Livingston, NJ – June 3, 2015 – Zinburger Wine & Burger Bar, the upscale burger restaurant, is giving parents an easy choice this summer: award-winning flavor for their kids without breaking the bank.

For a limited time, Zinburger is offering their Kids Menu for $3, normally priced at $7.

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VFW Post 6699 Takes A Summer Breakfast Hiatus

Due to the summer  approaching and low attendance, VFW Post 6699 will take a temporary hiatus over the summer. The last VFW breakfast will be Wednesday June 10, 2015 and will résumé in September after Labor Day on Wednesday September 9th according to Post Commander Art Bergmann.  The breakfasts have become very popular attracting not only members but any Paramus veteran. Banter exists about the proliferation of Navy vets versus the other branches of the service, a very friendly crowd.
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Pascrell Opposes Repeal of Medical Device Tax

Offers medical device amendment to protect patient safety

WASHINGTON, DC - Today, U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ-09), a member of the House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Health, voted in opposition to H.R. 160, Protect Medical Innovation Act, legislation that would repeal the medical device excise tax.

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Hunter Douglas Promotes Ron Kass To Chief Executive Officer


Ron Kass
PEARL RIVER, N.Y., June 2, 2015 – Marv Hopkins, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Hunter Douglas North America, the leading manufacturer and marketer of custom window fashions in the U.S. and Canada, announced the promotion of Ron Kass, President and Chief Operating Officer, to Chief Executive Officer, effective July 1, 2015. Kass will retain his post as President.   

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LPGA’s pro golfer raises an additional $3,000 for the Boys & Girls Club of AC with Horizon BCBSNJ

LPGA’s Natalie Gulbis raises an additional $3,000 for the Boys & Girls Club of Atlantic City through Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey’s Walking and Wellness Challenge

 (Newark, NJ, June 2, 2015)  -- The Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey (Horizon BCBSNJ) announced today that its Walking and Wellness Challenge, held this past weekend during the ShopRite LPGA Classic Presented by Acer, has raised another $3,000 for the Boys & Girls Club of Atlantic City. LPGA’s Natalie Gulbis undertook the challenge, recording 32,000 steps on her fitbit during her play at the tourney, held at Stockton Seaview Hotel & Golf Club in Galloway Township.

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Judge William Meehan of Bergen County Superior Court Rules Again in Favor of Proposed ShopRite of Wyckoff


All 14 Counts of Stop & Shop’s Appeal Have Now Been Dismissed

WYCKOFF, N.J., June 2, 2015 – The Bergen County Superior Court, Law Division has ruled again in favor of ShopRite of Wyckoff by an Order entered on May 12, 2015. In his decision after the trial, Judge William Meehan dismissed the final three counts of Stop & Shop’s latest legal appeal. Judge Meehan previously dismissed 11 of the appeal’s 14 counts by summary judgment.

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