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CANCOlofts in Jersey City, N.J., Celebrates Ribbon Cutting For Zeytinia Gourmet Market


Gourmet Food Market Opens On Ground Floor of Popular Loft Condominium Development

CANCOlofts, an industrial-to-residential condominium conversion of the historic American Can Company factory and one of the few true residential loft buildings in Jersey City, recently celebrated the grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony for Zeytinia Gourmet Market on the ground level.The market will be open to the general public, with a private entrance for CANCOlofts residents. Zeytinia Gourmet Market is a blend of a fresh country market, gourmet shop, small informal eatery, coffee bar and take out place.
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107 Year Old Frances Greenberg Honored at Dell Ridge By Wagner and McNerny

Frances Greenberg Assemblywoman Connie Wagner and County Executive Dennis McNerny visited Dell Ridge Nursing Home in Paramus to help Frances Greenberg celebrate her 107th birthday. Activities Director Diane Donahue gathered many of the residents and Frances’ relatives to help celebrate. Assemblywoman Wagner and Executive McNerny presented the celebrant with citations that extolled the celebration.
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Free Blood Pressure & Diabetes Screening in Paramus

The Paramus Board of Health will offer free screening for high blood pressure for Paramus residents on Friday, June 25th from 9:30 am to 11:00 am at Borough Hall. This program can give you important information about your health that can be used to evaluate your risks for high blood pressure. No appointment is necessary.
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Former Pro Baseball Player Educates Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club

Sunrise Meeting 06-08-10 A former Washington Senator and Minnesota Twins catcher explained the rigors of going up through the minor leagues before achieving a role in major league baseball. Ed Onorato (Paramus Save Our Wetlands) regaled the Rotary Club members with stories of his rise to major league status. Also present was District Governor Glenn Wram from Australia who gave a short talk on Rotary Clubs.
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Free Skin Cancer Screening For Paramus Municipal Pool Members

Research has shown that 80% of all skin cancers could be prevented by using protection from the sun’s harmful rays. Staying in the shade from 10:00 a.m. to 2 p.m., wearing a hat and covering as much skin as possible will reduce the risk of skin cancer later in life.
A free skin cancer screening, sponsored by the Paramus Board of Health, will be held on Tuesday, July 13th from 1:30 – 3:30 pm, (Raindate, Tuesday, August 3rd) at the Paramus Municipal Pool. Dr. Monika Srivastava from Advanced Laser & Skin Cancer Center in Teaneck, New Jersey will perform the screenings. Pool members are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to ask questions and to have any sun damaged skin examined.
For questions, call 201-265-2100, Ext. 615 or 618.
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Thousands of New Jersey Babies Expected to be Born this Summer

New Jersey Offers Free Resources for Women with Postpartum Depression and Other Perinatal Mood Disorders

Among the babies born in the United States every year, 35 percent are born from the beginning of June through the end of September. For every 8 in 10 births, new mothers will experience at least a brief episode of the "baby blues" – feelings of sadness, anxiety, loneliness, or moodiness – within the first few days of giving birth. After a couple of weeks these symptoms typically disappear. However, when symptoms persist or deepen in intensity, they may be a sign of postpartum depression or another perinatal mood disorder.
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Applebee’s Celebrates America’s Independence With Free Meals for Kids This July 4


This Independence Day, Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill and Bar located at The Fashion Center in Paramus will show its patriotism by offering “free meals for kids.” Families who dine at Applebee’s anytime on Sunday, July 4 will receive up to two free Kids’ Meals with each adult entrée purchase. The free meals are valid for children ages 12 and under, on any Applebee’s “Kids’ Menu” entrée, dine-in only.
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Thursday's Assembly Committee Agendas

Legislation prohibiting the sale of children’s products containing toxic materials such as cadmium, banning unsolicited advertising by text messaging, restructuring state law regulating ticket sales and streamlining state government by eliminating numerous inactive state commissions tops Thursday’s Assembly agendas.
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Colliers International Launches Life Science Practice Group in Tri-State Region

--Industry veteran John Cunningham leads key division throughout New York, New Jersey and Connecticut--

Colliers International has launched its Tri-State Life Science Practice Group to handle leasing, investment sales and dispositions in the life science sector throughout New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
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Hackensack School of Rock to Present Rock Great Joe Lynn Turner as Guest Professor/Performer


Joe Lynn Turner
Students attending the SCHOOL OF ROCK programs in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania will have an opportunity to share a studio and stage with legendary rock singer/guitarist Joe Lynn Turner, when he serves as guest professor and performer with the All-Stars at three locations in June: Downington PA 6/17, Bergen County, NJ 6/18 and New York City 6/19.
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Novo64 in Forest Hills, N.Y., Experiences Sales Boost


Luxury Condominium Attributes Increased Interest To Federal Tax Credit

Novo64, a luxury condominium located in the Forest Hills section of Queens, N.Y., sold 14 homes in March and April, a sales boost that the developer, Horizon at Forest Hills, has attributed to buyers seeking to take advantage of the federal tax credit for first-time and repeat homebuyers before its April 30 expiration date.
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Englewood Hospital Recognized by HealthGrades® and J.D. Power and Associates®

Medical Center receives six HealthGrades® and three J.D. Power and Associates® recognitions for clinical and service excellence

Englewood Hospital and Medical Center (englewoodhospital.com) today announced that HealthGrades®, one of the nation’s leading independent health care ratings organizations, and J.D. Power and Associates®, have recognized the Medical Center for clinical excellence and service excellence, respectively. These distinctions demonstrate the exemplary care provided by Medical Center physicians and staff and the outcomes in patient care.
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Pat Benatar rocks Bergen County

Some may not know that Pat Benatar got her start in an off-Broadway musical composed by Harry Chapin when she was twenty-two. It’s true, the musical was called "The Zinger". After that, she was discovered by a record agent while singing at the New York club Catch A Rising Star. Pat Benatar has produced plenty of rock hits over the years.

Pat Benatar was inducted into the Long Island Music Hall Of Fame October 30, 2008. In her acceptance letter, she said, “My upbringing, and the values and ideals I learned back in my hometown kept me grounded. I never forget that a small town girl from Lindenhurst, LI actually got the chance to live her dreams”
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Colliers International Completes Life Sciences Consultant Lease in Jersey City

Colliers International has completed a seven-year, 18,500-square-foot sublease on behalf of Intrasphere Technologies Inc. at Harborside Financial Center – Plaza 10, along the waterfront in Jersey City, N.J. Robert Goodman of Colliers International represented Intrasphere Technologies, a Life Sciences consulting firm. Goodman noted that Intrasphere was pleased with the competitive rents in Lower Manhattan, where they are currently based, but the New Jersey employee and corporate tax savings ultimately drew the firm to Jersey City. Gramercy Realty was the sublessor.
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HHS, CMS and the Administration on Aging Launch Fraud Prevention Education Campaign

This will help to Ensure Medicare Beneficiaries are Protected from Scams

Kicks off with a $1 million national & ethnic radio buy targeted around the $250 one time tax-free donut hole rebate check included in the Affordable Care Act

As eligible seniors who have entered the Medicare Part D donut hole this year begin to receive their tax-free, one time rebate check for $250 starting this Thursday, Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and senior officials from the Administration on Aging and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services today launched a national education effort to ensure that seniors have the information they need to protect themselves from potential scams or fraud when it comes to their Medicare benefits.
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Escape to a Summer Retreat with a Photo Exhibition at Bergen, June 8, 2010

Who: Bergen Professors Theo Solomon, Bill Madden, Linda Robins and Dean Amparo Codding.

What: Bergen Community College professors will host a photography and oil painting exhibit to showcase images of different cities and countries throughout the world.

When: The opening of the exhibit will be held on Tuesday, June 8, 2010 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The exhibition is open to the public and will remain on display until Wednesday, August 11, 2010. The exhibit hours are Tuesdays and Fridays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Wednesdays, 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., and Thursdays, 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. Admission is free.

Where: The exhibit will take place at Gallery Bergen on the third floor of West Hall on the College’s main campus at 400 Paramus Road, in Paramus.

Why: Bergen Community College’s students represent 169 countries around the world. The exhibit offers a unique perspective of cultural diversity and travel destinations.
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Volunteers Honored by Children’s Aid and Family Services


Jackie Poritz and Bob Jones
People who give of their time and talent make all the difference in a non-profit agency’s ability to provide critical services. For Children’s Aid and Family Services, volunteers help in countless ways, from running supply drives that benefit the agency’s Baby Basics program to helping at fundraising events. The agency recently honored 11 of these dedicated individuals at a ceremony held at its Healing Garden in Ridgewood, NJ.

Those featured include Jackie Poritz of Paramus, Kathryn Bleckman of Allendale, Helen Barrand of Glen Rock, Chris Salamone of Ridgewood, Rick and Joli Nelson of Emerson, Brenda and Frank Gallagher of Ho-Ho-Kus, United Water of Harrington Park, Argo Turboserve Corporation of Lyndhurst, and Timothy Glenn Photographers of Ridgewood.
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WPU College Students Standing Out in the Crowded Marketplace

Facing the daunting prospect of securing a job after graduation, a select group of students at William Paterson University in Wayne are planning to take matters into their own hands. Financial planning, that is, and these trendsetters are learning how to best help the public get their financial affairs in order, while improving their own chances for employment.
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Bergen Community College Honors 105 Graduates With Academic Awards

Bergen Community College recognized 105 graduating students with academic awards, including 43 who earned perfect 4.0 grade point averages. The College gave out the awards at a ceremony held before an audience of students’ families that packed the Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre on the main campus. The awards recognize top students from the College’s individual academic programs as well as those successfully completing an Honors Program course of study, participants in Phi Theta Kappa, winners of Bergen Community College Foundation scholarships and students listed in “Who’s Who in American Junior Colleges.”
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Nation's Only Outdoor Dusk 'til Dawn Arts Festival

Known throughout the world for its cutting-edge culture, innovative and creative arts communities, and beautiful beachfront setting, it is only fitting that on September 25, 2010, Santa Monica, California will host, for the second time on Santa Monica State Beach, the nation’s only dusk ‘til dawn biennial outdoor arts festival, known as Glow.

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