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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Tuesday, December 12 2017 @ 08:41 PM EST
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Tuesday, December 12 2017 @ 08:41 PM EST
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

The Residences at Palmer Square Reaches Construction Milestone


Closings for Condominium Sales Begin in Unparalleled Luxury Neighborhood

The Residences at Palmer Square, the new luxury development situated in the heart of downtown Princeton, N.J., announced today that the community has reached a number of significant milestones, with construction on the development's two condominium buildings now complete, and closings now underway for condominium sales.

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Healthy Summer Fun Can Start with Healthy Summer Food Choices


The summer school break can be a great time to get out and take part in fun outdoor activities; but it can also create tempting opportunities to stay home and transform into a couch potato. It’s easy for children and teenagers who are at home throughout summer to play video games, watch movies, chat with friends online, and eat whatever is available in the house. While you can’t always monitor your child’s every move, you can help to ensure that they have access to fun, healthy food options.

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Paramus Chief Police Christopher Brock Springs Into Action Due To Manpower Shortage


The Chief’s Report
On 7/7/11 at apprx. 1:00 PM Paramus Police received a call from Paging Concepts at the GS Plaza regarding a theft that had occurred. Police responded to the kiosk and ascertained that 3 males working in coordination with each other had stolen numerous items from the kiosk including cell phones. Apprx. 1 hour later the 3 male suspects were spotted on the west side of the GS Plaza. When Ptl. Ditolla attempted to catch up to these 3 males they ran from him even though they were ordered to stop. Ptl. Ditolla radioed his position and the direction of flight of the suspects who were crossing over Rt. 4 at the time. Ptl. Doug Ohlendorf & Ptl. Michael Boccher were able to locate one of the suspects in the brook that runs underneath Rt. 4 and place him under arrest. He was later identified as Wilfre Pena and he was found to be in position of a large bag containing numerous stolen items. The other 2 suspects then crossed over Rt. 17 and were last seen running in an easterly direction on Prospect Street.

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Care Plus NJ Is Now Care Plus Center For Primary And Behavioral Health Has A Ribbon Cutting Ceremony


Care Plus NJ
President and CEO Joe Masciandaro greeted the honored guests with the statement that one half hour ago, Care Plus was approved for ambulatory care. Among the dignitaries present were US Representative Scott Garrett, members of the Board of Directors, Fred Rohdieck, Chamber President, Irene Maury, Paramus Human Services, Freeholder David Ganz and Kevin Martone, Deputy Commissioner, Department of Human Services.

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Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club Celebrates Their 4th President, Gary Spivak


Sunrise Meeting 6/28/2011

The Rotary year begins in the first of July and ends June 30th. Succeeding President Liz Mason is Gary Spivak, the 4th president of this Paramus Rotary Club. Although the summer attendance doldrums are in effect, Gary managed to get through his first meeting unscathed. Of course he had been to PETS (President Elect Training School), a requirement for incoming Presidents.

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Another Visit To Empire Beauty School


Empire Beauty School - Paramus
Summer is the time for open toe shoes and sandals. That calls for more attention to how the feet and toes look. For those looking to conserve on their expenses, but have a desire to treat themselves to luxury, Empire is the place. In addition to nails, they do hair styling and color, facials, hair texture, and nail enhancements. All of these are performed by students under the watchful supervision of their instructors.

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Shut Your Eyes Tight, A Novel By John Verdon


[media:20110708094623508]For all you mystery fans, reading author John Verdon is a must! The author of Think Of A Number has just penned his second book and, once again, it is a winner. Verdon’s technique keeps the intelligent reader on their toes. While using a straightforward story technique instead of wending five or more different paths, he manages to create enough mystery to foil the plot solving readers. That is a firsthand comment!

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Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores Opens In Paramus


Jo-Ann in Paramus
Long awaited, well received, Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores, the leading fabric and craft specialty retailer in America, announced an exclusive Preview Night for a new store in Paramus, New Jersey on Wednesday, July 6. www.ParamusPost.com  visited the store on Preview Night and was amazed to see the long line of people waiting outside in the summer heat for the store to open at 7PM. We entered ahead of schedule and were greeted with a big smile by a lady whose name tag read JoAnne. No my reader, Joanne Hess is the District Manager, not the Jo-Ann.

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Innovation At Bloomingdale’s Karina Cuchina Part 2


Innovation At Bloomingdale’s Karina Cuchina Part 2

The second day of the Bloomingdale’s co-workers cooking contest featured Margaret Araneo from the Luggage department. Margaret offered her very own lasagna recipe, prepared, baked and offered to the judges, onlookers and co-workers. To set the mood, she brought along some Italian music to help set the mood. She almost had everybody dancing in the aisles.

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Hunter Douglas Announces Appointment Of Robert Melen As Chief Infomation Officer


[media:20110706184340374]UPPER SADDLE RIVER, N.J., July 6, 2011 – Marv Hopkins, President and CEO of Hunter Douglas, Inc., the leading manufacturer and marketer of custom window fashions in North America, has announced the appointment effective immediately of Robert Meilen as Chief Information Officer. He will report directly to Hopkins in this position. Don Manuell, who served as Hunter Douglas CIO for the past 10 years, is retiring.

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Innovation At Bloomingdale’s Karina Cuchina Part 1


Innovation At Bloomingdale’s Karina Cuchina Part 1

Karine Abrahamyan, Culinary Coordinator, has invited her fellow co-workers to participate in a cooking contest featuring their native dishes. She is having seven cooking demonstrations with specialty food prepared. Not only are these ‘chefs’ not used to public demonstrations, they volunteered to do this during their lunch period. At Bloomingdale’s Karina Cuchina, one can always find fine food prepared. Today was no exception!

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Simple Tips to Keep Your Home Cool Without AC



Cooling our homes in the summer can account for 45 percent of our home energy use, yet it could be reduced to 10 percent or less with a few thoughtful changes. Incorporating natural ventilation into your home will help you slash your energy use and carbon emissions drastically.

Become aware of the seasonal wind patterns and the air flow around your home. Most areas have gentle breezes in the summer that can be directed into your house through landscaping and opening certain windows.

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All the President's High-Paid "Engagers"



Michelle Malkin
First rule of Obama transparency: If it's a holiday, it's time for a White House document dump. Over the Independence Day weekend, the administration released its 2011 annual report to Congress on White House staff salaries. While economic data for the rest of America remains bleak, the financial outlook for Obama flacks looks rosier than the president's complexion after his latest round of golf.

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Honoring a Fallen Marine, One Baby at a Time


 


Connie Schultz
On Aug. 3, 2005, Lance Cpl. Edward "Augie" Schroeder II was one of 14 men in the 3rd Battalion, 25th Marine Regiment who were killed by a roadside bomb in Iraq.
He was 23.
Three years later, Augie's father, Paul Schroeder, received an email from a man he never had met named Jeff, who lives in California. Jeff had heard Schroeder's August 2005 interview on NPR about his son, the fallen Marine.

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Paramus Has Its Fourth Of July Parade


Paramus Parade.
Other towns look to Paramus for the best of everything! Topping off a FANTASTIC fireworks display, there was the annual parade on Farview Avenue ending at Memorial School. Over one hundred bike riders fleeted along the parade route kicking off the start of the parade. They were followed by the prerequisite leadoff Paramus Police car and consisted of many floats, marchers and displays.

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Paramus Fireworks FANTASTIC Thanks To Westfield Garden State Plaza Shopping Center


Paramus Fireworks
Listening to the music of DJ/Emcee Pat Verile followed by the Paramus Players, one did not expect the stunning, fantastic display of fireworks at the Cliff Gennarelli Sports Complex. Alexis Wolfer sang forth with The Star Spangled Banner and Rachel Marichal sang God Bless America at 9 PM followed by an address from Mayor Rich LaBarbiera and Ace Antonio. The fireworks were delayed a bit because a neighboring town was having a fireworks display. Paramus would have totally eclipsed it; Paramus totally eclipsed it.

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State Fair Meadowlands Celebrates 25th Anniversary With Cake By The Cake Boss


The Cake Boss
Crowds jammed the entrance gates and the midway in anticipation of the celebration of the fair’s 25th anniversary. Al Dorso, the fair owner, arranged for Buddy Velastro, the Cake Boss, to prepare a special anniversary cake. The tent in which it was held was jam-packed with an appreciative audience who patiently awaited the arrival of Buddy and his cake production. They were not disappointed!

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Strolling Through The State Fair Meadowlands Fair


State Fair
Visiting old friends at the fair is always a pleasure. Stopping off to see my friend Rosie, I had one of her delicious sausage sandwiches. Of course Gu-Mas Zeppoles was a must and there being two stands, had to say hello at each. Needless to say, one has to have zeppoles when on the midway. Donna prepared a fresh batch for me, although I only wanted a couple, gave me a bagful. Another day at the midway, Vinnie Valentine gave me his specialty, a steak sandwich which I topped with BBQ sauce. One can eat well at the fair.

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