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Saturday, October 01 2016 @ 06:23 AM EDT

Electrifying Our Future

By Assemblyman Wayne P. DeAngelo and Assemblywoman Connie Wagner

While some may prefer to discourage the promotion and development of electric cars in New Jersey, here’s some fiscal reality that working class New Jersey families know all too well - gas prices have risen 33 cents in the past two weeks and are taking a larger bite from already-stretched household budgets.

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K Of C Sponsors Celebration Of Life Dinner

Mother Seton Council #5427 of the Knights of Columbus will sponsor a pasta dinner benefit in their hall at 79 Pascack Road, Township of Washington, NJ 07676 on Sunday, March 20, 2011 from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Proceeds will go to Several Sources Shelters, Inc. The menu will include pasta, meatballs, sausage and salad. Soda will be free and a cash bar will be available. Tickets are priced at $20 per adult, no charge for tots younger than 5, $10 per child between 5 and 12 years old, with a $50 family cap for parents and their minor children. Tickets are available for purchase from the Council’s Members Room from 3:30 pm to 7:30 pm, Monday through Friday.

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The Power of Professional At-Home Devices

The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery estimates that patients in the U.S. spent over $424 million on laser hair removal, over $215 million on intense pulsed light (IPL) laser treatment, and an astounding one billion on injectables, such as Botox and Dysport, in 2009. As the popularity for cosmetic procedures increases, it’s no surprise that the number of at-home dermatology devices continues to grow.
Below are just a few dermatology services that are now available using simple at-home gadgets that offer professional quality results with a much lower price tag:

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Bergen Community College Board of Trustees Extends Contract of President Dr. G. Jeremiah Ryan

President Has Led Historic Growth at College; Will Stay at Bergen through Dec. 2012

The Bergen Community College Board of Trustees has voted unanimously to extend the contract of the school’s president, Dr. G. Jeremiah Ryan. Under the terms of the agreement, Dr. Ryan will receive an 18-month extension to the contract he signed in June 2007 after the board selected him for the top executive position at the College from a nationwide search. The board previously renewed Dr. Ryan’s contract in July 2008. The newest extension cements Dr. Ryan as president of the state’s largest community college until December 31, 2012. The board took action at its March 2 meeting at the College’s main campus in Paramus.

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Study: Englewood Hospital and Medical Center - Among Top 5% in the Nation for Patient Safety

Englewood Hospital and Medical Center was identified as a recipient of the 2011 HealthGrades Patient Safety Excellence Award™, indicating that its patient safety ratings are in the top 5% of U.S. hospitals. In a new study released today by HealthGrades, the nation's most trusted source of health care provider information, Englewood Hospital and Medical Center is one of only 268 hospitals in the country and one of only four hospitals in New Jersey to receive this designation.

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The Informationist By Taylor Stevens

The Informationist
When a confirmed abhorrer of female authors and protagonists admits that he read and enjoyed the entire book The Informationist, one just knows that it has to be good. Taylor Stevens in her first novel has achieved the gripping story telling technique of many acclaimed authors. Like most novels, it started off slowly and gradually drew the reader into the depths of the story and the mystery. Her protagonist, Vanessa ‘Michael’ Munroe is not only believable, but brings mystery to an interesting turn of events.

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Mayor and Council Meeting 3-8-2011

Mayor and Council Meeting 3-8-11
Despite a heavy agenda on the budget, the Mayor and Council convened near to 8:00 PM. This was blessing for the audience which now consists of Department Heads as well as residents. As a matter of fact, I lost a wager with my associates of the fourth estate as to when the actual start of the meeting would take place. We had hunkered down figuring the budget problem would consume too much time. It did consume a lot of time for Councilman Alan Brundage who delivered the up to the minute budget results.

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Englewood Hospital and Medical Center Announces New Executive Staff Members

Ann Marie Shears

Englewood Hospital and Medical Center (EHMC) announces the appointment of two executive leadership members:

Debra Albanese has been named the new Vice President of Development and Executive VP of the Englewood Hospital and Medical Center Foundation. As VP of Development, Ms. Albanese will be responsible for the overall management of Foundation operations to provide philanthropic support to the Medical Center. She was previously at Centenary College in Hackettstown, NJ, where she served as VP for Strategic Advancement, responsible for all fundraising since 1996.

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The World Renowned and Classic Ballet Swan Lake Performs LIVE at Englewood’s bergenPAC Saturday May 7th 8:00 PM

Swan Lake at the bergenPAC

Ballet will be performing the timeless tale of Swan Lake. The well-known music that sets the ballet into motion is considered to be one of Tchaikovsky’s loveliest scores. Swan Lake is story of romance, mystery, and betrayal.

The ballet begins in the royal court where Prince Siegfried, heir to the throne, must announce his plans to find a wife. Upset that he cannot marry for love he flees to the forest where he sees a flock of swans and follows them. When he reaches the lake he meets the Swan Queen, Odette.

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Heritage Pointe of Teaneck Resident Continues Service to Others During Retirement Years

Longtime Parishioner Harold Kimble Runs Monthly Lunch Program for Seniors at St. Anastasia Church

Harold Kimble started volunteering at his church, St. Anastasia’s in Teaneck, long before he retired from his job in the Hackensack Board of Education’s business office nine years ago. Today Kimble, a resident at Heritage Pointe of Teaneck, devotes much of his free time to helping others in Teaneck. The active retiree runs the senior lunch program at St. Anastasia Catholic Church in Teaneck, and is the president of the board of the Teaneck Senior Citizens Housing Association.

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Vessel Assist Friday Harbor, Washington Has New Owner

Capt. Deb Fritz, new owner of Vessel Assist Friday Harbor, Washington.

Due to an ailing transmission, Capt. Deb Fritz once had to drive a boat home ten miles – in reverse. That was long before the appearance of recreational boat towing services. Now, Capt. Fritz is the new owner of Vessel Assist Friday Harbor, Washington, which gives boaters and anglers a reliable way to call for assistance when their boats break down on the water, run out of gas, run aground – or only go in reverse.

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Pet’s Best Friend NJ Emphasizes Importance of Proper Pet Waste Removal to Prevent Spread of Disease

Winter’s Excessive Snowfall and Rain Encourage Bacteria Growth

According to the Office of the New Jersey State Climatologist at Rutgers University, Bergen county has seen between 47.1 and 71 inches of snow since December 2010. As northern New Jersey recovers from one of the harshest winters in recent years, Chris Rago, owner of Doggy Deuce & Pet’s Best Friend NJ, the region’s leading pet services company, urges pet owners to promptly and properly remove waste that has accumulated during the winter and is now exposed as snow continues to melt.

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Cold Calling is a Difficult but Proven Sales Technique

Sales Force Development Expert Danny Wood Offers Insight into Leveraging this Important Tool

 Most salespeople would agree that the toughest exercise in the business is the dreaded “cold call.” However, according to respected sales force development expert Danny Wood, a cold calling program is one of the best ways to fill your pipeline.

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Robust Balance Sheets Position Corporate Occupiers for Growth in 2011 per Jones Lang LaSalle’s National Office Occupier Outlook

Window of Opportunity is Quickly Closing in Northern New Jersey Office Market

With the economic recovery underway, companies are showing renewed interest in expanding their office footprints in the United States, though with a more strategic, calculated approach and a strong emphasis on enhancing productivity, according to Jones Lang LaSalle’s latest National Office Occupier Outlook. However, this renewed optimism will have a lag effect on the still weak national office market as companies absorb their high internal vacancies and resume robust hiring.

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Spring is in the Air at Centex's Equestra at Colts Neck Crossing

On March 12 and 13, Buyers Can Check Out New Floor Plans at 'Spring Ahead' Event

We may be losing an hour due to Daylight Saving Time, but prospective buyers will still have plenty of time to check out the new floor plans at Equestra at Colts Neck Crossing on March 12 and 13, when the Howell, N.J. community for active adults holds a special "Spring Ahead" event. Throughout the weekend, prospective buyers are invited to visit the community of 483 upscale single-family homes from Centex, an award-winning brand of PulteGroup, and experience a great lifestyle in a natural setting with spectacular lantern lit walking paths through 190 acres of woodlands equipped with fitness stations and brick fire pits.

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Senate Passes Menendez Plan to Fast-Track Cutting Edge Technologies

Major Boost to New Jersey’s Entrepreneurial Community

Menendez: “Create Jobs by Harnessing Innovations, Not Tying Them Down with Red Tape”

In a major boost to New Jersey small businesses and entrepreneurs, the US Senate today passed new steps to prioritize patents for technologies of importance to America's economy, including cutting-edge green technologies. US Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) led the fight to prioritize applications for innovative technology and his amendment was included in the America Invents Act which passed the Senate tonight.

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CBP Officers at JFK Intercept More Than Seven Pounds of Cocaine

Cocaine Seized at JFK International Airport

U.S.Customs and Border Protection officer arrest a man trying to conceal over $160,000 of cocaine in his suitcase.

A Lindenhurst resident tried to walk past U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officers (CBP) at JFK with more then seven pounds of cocaine concealed within a secret compartment in his checked luggage.

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IGrill Sizzles With Deals With Both Omaha Steaks And Frontgate

Now Available at Apple Stores in Black & White to Fit Your Décor

iGrill is the World’s First Bluetooth Cooking Thermometer for iPhone, iPod touch & iPad
Revolutionizes the Way We Cook - A Perfectly Cooked Steak, Every Time

iDevices www.igrillinc.com announced today that iGrill, the award-winning world’s first wireless cooking thermometer for iPod touch, iPhone and iPad via a long-range Bluetooth® and App-enabled connection, has signed a catalogue distribution deal with Frontgate, America’s premiere indoor and outdoor home outfitters and a website distribution deal with Omaha Steaks, the world-famous Nebraska-based company that manufactures, markets, packages and distributes beef, seafood and other comestibles.

Winner of both the Bluetooth Innovator of the Year 2011 Award and Bluetooth

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Care Plus NJ Earns Best Practices Award In Consumer Satisfaction

CPNJ Executive Management Team

Care Plus NJ has been honored with a top Best Practices Award in Consumer Satisfaction by the Mental Health Corporations of America (MHCA). The national award was received for achieving the highest level of customer satisfaction in the provision of behavioral health services nationwide, among agencies offering 5 or more programs. “This award is the direct result of my staffs’ commitment to our consumers and dedication to wellness,” said Care Plus NJ President and CEO Joe Masciandaro.

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