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Meet Jude, One Year Later Dog Fighting Victim honored at Tricky Tray Event

A year ago, Jude was a victim.  He lay in a pool of his own blood waiting to die.  But, then something happened.  A kind hand reached out to him, and though he had been betrayed by the humans he loved, he looked up, wagged his tail and licked this hand.  Jude's hope wasn't lost, and neither was ours at A Pathway to Hope rescue.
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Bergen County Board of Chosen Freeholders Recognize April 2016 as Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Hackensack- The Bergen County Board of Chosen Freeholders on Wednesday adopted Resolution #338-16 recognizing April 2016 as Sexual Assault Awareness Month in the County of Bergen.  Copies of the resolution were presented to representatives from Bergen County’s Division of Alternatives to Domestic Violence (ADV), YWCA healingSPACE, The Center for Hope and Safety (formerly Shelter our Sisters), and the Bergen Family Center for their continued commitment to helping victims of sexual assault and sexual violence, preventing sexual assault, and spreading awareness about sexual assault.   Bergen County Executive James J. Tedesco was also in attendance to deliver a proclamation recognizing the efforts of these agencies.
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April: Spring into Good Health with ShopRite of Ramsey’s Array of Clean Living Wellness Events

Offerings Include Cooking Classes, Nutrition Counseling and Much More

RAMSEY, N.J., April 1, 2016 – This April, spring into good health with the array of clean living wellness events at ShopRite of Ramsey, an Inserra Supermarkets store. Sondra Tackett, M.S., R.D., in-store registered dietitian, will lead each of the LiveRight offerings and provide easy-to-implement nutrition and wellness advice. All programs are free, open to the public, held at ShopRite of Ramsey and do not require advance registration, unless otherwise noted:

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Arrest of Eluding Suspect

The Paramus Police Department announces the arrest of Salvatore Deangelis, 31 yoa, of Harriman NY, for Criminal Eluding and numerous motor vehicle offenses.

On March 31, 2016, at approximately 1:54 pm, Paramus Police officers observed a 2016 Yamaha R1 motorcycle, color black,  driving at a high rate of speed, zigzagging between lanes on Route 17 north in the area of Ridgewood Avenue.
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Laurels For Elisabeth Morrow Middle School Latin Students Achieved First Place Finish For Northern New Jersey

(Englewood, New Jersey – March 31, 2016) The Elisabeth Morrow middle school Latin students achieved a 1st place finish in the Northern New Jersey, Level I Division of the National Junior Classical League’s Certamen (NJCL) recently held at Princeton University.
Certamen is a game of fast recall of facts about classical civilizations and its peoples, languages, and cultures.  The matches are supposed to be fun, competitive, and informative.  There are two types of Certamen contests for NJCL students at Convention, Open Certamen and Competitive Certamen.
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Paramus Recreation Annual Coaches Dinner

Paramus Recreation The Paramus Recreation Commission recently held its Coaches Dinner at the Florentine Gardens in River Vale.  This annual event, which had approximately 150 guests, is the Commission’s way of saying thank you to the hundreds of volunteer coaches that are vital to the programs offered by the Paramus Recreation Department.
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The Valley Hospital and PSE&G Partner on Electric Vehicle Charging System and Energy Efficiency Improvements

(Newark, NJ – March 29, 2016) – Officials from the Valley Hospital and Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G) cut the ribbon on a five station electric vehicle (EV) charging system and announced the completion of more than $2.5 million in energy efficiency upgrades at the Ridgewood, NJ hospital. 

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Todd Brower, Esq., Named St. Joseph’s Healthcare System’s Vice President and General Counsel

Todd Brower, Esq
PATERSON, NJ [March 29, 2016] – St. Joseph’s Healthcare System (SJHS), based in Paterson, New Jersey, has announced the appointment of Todd Brower, Esq., to the position of Senior Vice President and General Counsel.

Prior to coming to St. Joseph’s, Mr. Brower served as a Partner in McCarter & English, LLP, where he provided his extensive legal health expertise to hospitals, physicians, physician groups, home health care providers and other health care organizations with an emphasis on regulatory and corporate compliance, acquisitions, affiliations, joint venturing, governance, licensing and reimbursement.

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University Hospital in Newark and Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey Announce Value Based Care Collaborative

--Episodes of Care Protocols for Expectant Mothers To Be First Focus--

(Newark – March 29, 2016)  -- Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey (Horizon BCBSNJ) and University Hospital in Newark announced today that they are entering into a strategic partnership to accelerate the integration of Horizon’s patient-centric value-based care models into University Hospital’s ongoing efforts to improve the health and well-being of Newark residents and the surrounding communities.  The new collaboration will launch with an initial focus on expectant mothers and bring Horizon’s highly successful “Episodes of Care for Pregnancy and Delivery” protocols to University Hospital’s maternity care program.

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Tuition-Free College in the STARS

PARAMUS, N.J. – New Jersey high school juniors and seniors in the top 15 percent of their classes can receive no-cost tuition at Bergen Community College through the NJ STARS program. Administrated through the state’s Higher Education Student Assistance Authority, the program awards the merit-based scholarships at New Jersey’s 19 community colleges.

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Double Duty At The New Meadowlands Flea Market

Flea Market On a nice Saturday, a visit to the Meadowlands flea market accomplishes many things. In addition to great bargains on a vast assortment of goods and food, one also gets their fitness walking as well. With vast lanes strewn with many types of wares, one also gets into shape by walking these aisles. Where else can one get bargains and a free fitness workout together? One chap, named Al, attends early every Saturday walking up and down the aisles bargain hunting. He boasts of this fitness routine and also, the bargains that he has encountered.
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Berkeley College To Celebrate 85th Anniversary With NJ Devils At Prudential Center

Fund drive and ticket sales for March 29 Devils-Bruins game will benefit
New Jersey children’s hospitals   
NEWARK, NJ – Berkeley College will celebrate its 85th anniversary and ongoing commitment to student success at Prudential Center on March 29, 2016, as the New Jersey Devils host the Boston Bruins at 7 p.m. The organizations will partner to raise funds in support New Jersey children’s hospitals. 

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Spring Fever: Baseball Historian Visits Bergen

PARAMUS, N.J. – When author and historian Lee Lowenfish visited Bergen Community College to discuss his latest book March 24, attendees received a glimpse into the 1947 Brooklyn Dodgers dugout – and they didn’t even have to pack a glove.
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Habitat Bergen to host Women in Business Networking High Tea

RIVER EDGE, NJ, March 24, 2016 – Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County (Habitat Bergen) will host a Women in Business Networking High Tea at Bon Appètit Tea House in Mahwah on Tuesday, April 26th to benefit their Women Build program. Starting at 2:00 pm, guests will receive the “Queen Tea Service” which includes choice of tea, homemade scone, assorted tea sandwiches, assorted savories, and Bon Appètit signature desserts.
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The Valley Hospital selected as a “Champion of Good Works”

Commerce and Industry Association of NJ salutes corporate philanthropy

The Valley Hospital was named a "Champion of Good Works''  by the Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey (CIANJ) at its recent Chairman's Reception saluting the generosity of the business community.
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Pascrell Sponsors Bill to Fund Lead Testing at Schools and Daycare Centers

Lead testing at schools and daycare centers could prevent permanent damages from toxic exposure to our children

U.S. Representatives Bill Pascrell (D-NJ-09) today announced new legislation that would help schools and childcare centers test their drinking water for potential lead contamination. The bill, a companion to a bill being authored by Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY), would establish a new federal grant program for childcare centers and schools that choose to test for lead.

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Mayor And Council Marathon Meeting 3 22 16

Mayor and Council Meeting 3 23 16 What started out as a night of Awards to many Paramus Organizations descended into a marathon debate between Councilman Sullivan, Mayor Rich LaBarbiera and Borough Attorney Paul Kaufman. Showing displeasure over an Ordinance on Introduction, Sullivan prolonged the meeting discussing a subject which, IMHO, should have been discussed before the Public Meeting. This is a prime example of why the chambers empty out soon after honors are awarded.
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NJIT Builds In Bergenfield

RIVER EDGE, NJ, March 23, 2016- Students from New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), spent two days during spring break volunteering on Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County’s (Habitat Bergen) Bergenfield job site  last week, which ran from March 12th – March 18th .

Two teams, totaling 13 students from NJIT, joined Habitat Bergen on their Bergenfield new construction worksite to frame the single-family home. The first of the two NJIT builds was a team of seven students on Tuesday, March 15th, who were recruited through the NJIT Alternative Spring Break (NJIT ASB) program.

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ShopRite Participating In Whole Grain Sampling Day

ShopRite Stores Celebrate with Free Samples and Cooking Demos

Keasbey, NJ -- (March 2016) --  ShopRite is pleased to announce they will be participating in Whole Grain Sampling Day, an annual event organized by the Whole Grains Council to educate consumers about the nutritional benefits of whole grains. The event is scheduled to take place at select ShopRite locations on Wednesday, March 30, 2016.

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Annette Torres - A Domestic Violence Murder

Domestic violence has afflicted our community, once again, in its most ultimate form with the suspected murder of Annette Torres by her partner, Mark Morris, who then took his own life, in Bergenfield last Saturday.  Their 11-year-old son found them dead the next morning in their home.  The last 5 months have been particularly horrific in Bergen County.  In October 2015, Arthur Lomando reportedly stabbed to death his ex-girlfriend, Suzanne Bardzell.  Michael Stasko of Edgewater apparently shot his wife, Melissa, their 8-year-old daughter, Mellie, and himself; they were found dead, on Christmas Day.  On January 31, 2016, Luisa Pleger of North Arlington was killed.  Her husband, Eric Pleger, was charged with her murder.

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