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Assembly Democratic 7-Bill Package To Boost Gaming And Horse Racing Approved By Assembly

Burzichelli, Riley, Albano, Milam, Caputo, Wagner, McKeon, Quijano & Coughlin Bills Aim to Help Key NJ Industries

An Assembly Democratic legislative package to enhance New Jersey’s casino gaming and horse racing industries by - among other things - moving to sports gaming at casinos and racetracks, allowing Internet wagering by out-of-state residents on horse racing and expanding off-track wagering was approved Monday by the Assembly.
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Shop Until You Drop Sale

Fundraising Shopping A good idea, a flea market type of sale was held at the Assyrian Orthodox Church of The Virgin Mary in Paramus‎ on Saturday, 12/11/10. Part of the proceeds was destined to go to various volunteer organizations: Paramus Fire Department, Paramus Volunteer Rescue Squad, Paramus Volunteer Ambulance Corps and the Assyrian Orthodox Church of The Virgin Mary in Paramus. In addition, there was a 50/50 with half the funds going to benefit the Paramus volunteers.
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New Jersey Becomes 19th State to Restrict Dangerous Wall Street Home Resale Fees

Broad, Bipartisan Coalition Thanks Governor Christie for Standing Up for Homeowners by Banning Fees
Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) took swift action last week to protect New Jersey homeowners by signing A. 2861 to restrict Wall Street Home Resale Fees (also known as “private transfer fees”). The new law places a ban on these fees, a dangerous new financial scheme that steals home equity, lowers home resale values and adds another layer of difficulty to selling a home.
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Dr. Steve Elias and Family Donates Bench to Englewood Hospital

Dr. Steve Elias and Family
Englewood, New Jersey (December 13, 2010) - When asked how he would like his family’s donation acknowledged, Dr. Steve Elias, director of the Center for Vein Disease, chose a seemingly humble marker, but one that will mean a lot to many individuals in the years to come. “I wanted to sponsor an outdoor bench at the front entrance to The Kaplen Pavilion where patients and families could rest, get some fresh air or wait for a ride. A bench in the sun is my utopia,” said Dr. Elias.
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BoatUS Appoints Five New Members to BoatUS National Advisory Council

The Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS) has made five key appointments to its National Advisory Council. They include Nicholas Kerigan, national commodore, US Coast Guard Auxiliary; Jim Graybeal, president, National Association of State Boating Law Administrators; Creighton Maynard, chief commander, US Power Squadrons; Linda Bendsen, president, Recreational Boaters of California; and Bob Adriance, editor of Seaworthy magazine. The appointments were announced this past week at the Council’s annual meeting in Ft. Myers Beach, Florida.
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New Jersey’s Own Kimmy Schwimmy Drew Hundreds To The Mall Don’t Miss This Saturday!!!!! Performs Live

For The Kids!

Riverside Mall In Hackensack - Saturday December 18th
Show Times: 12Noon & 2pm - Event: FREE

“The Kimmy Schwimmy performance was out of this world. We had hundreds of people watching both shows - a fantastic turnout!”
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Local Residents Join Board Of Trustees At Englewood Hospital And Medical Center

Englewood Healthcare System welcomes five new members to its Board of Trustees. Newly appointed members to Englewood Hospital and Medical Center’s Board of Trustees are In Jin (“IJ”) Choi and Steven E. Siesser, and newly appointed Englewood Hospital Foundation Trustees are Andrew M. Clarke, Merle Fish, and Steven M. Kaplan.
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What Healthcare Reform “Comparative Effectiveness Research” Means to You

By: Jane M. Orient, M.D., http://www.aapsonline.org/  

A key selling point in “healthcare reform” is a new kind of research—a kind that will supposedly make medicine more efficient and less costly, unlike the old kind of research that brought us medical miracles. You should care about it, because you will be a subject (or “guinea pig” as some prefer to say), without your consent. And of course you will be paying for it, at a time when so many Americans can’t pay their rent.
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Assembly Committee To Continue Moving ‘Back To Work Nj’ Jobs & Economic Growth Package

The Assembly Budget Committee on Tuesday will continue advancing the Legislature’s “Back to Work NJ” economic development package by moving a series of bills aimed at economic development and corporate tax reform. The hearing is set for 1 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 14 in Committee Room 11 in the State House Annex. It will be streamed live at http://www.njleg.state.nj.us/media/live_audio.asp.
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Rochelle Park Police Report Week of the 12th


On December 9th, shortly after midnight, P.O. Stapleton observed a vehicle being driven on the wrong side of Rochelle Avenue. After a brief on scene investigation, the driver, Maria Garcia, was arrested and charged with several motor vehicle offenses. These violations included driving with a suspended license and registration, unlicensed driver, careless driving, refusal to submit to a breath test, and driving while intoxicated. Due to observation at the scene and in police headquarters, Garcia was transported by ambulance to Bergen Regional Medical Center under New Jerseys' ATRA Law.
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Gavin Kaysen, Executive Chef, Appears At Bloomingdale’s

Chef Gavin Kaysen Karina’s Cuchina was available to Chef Gavin Kaysen and a select list of patrons. Sponsored by Bloomingdale’s and All-Clad Metalcrafters and overseen by Briana Santos and Karina Abrahamyan, approximately fifty people were privileged to watch Chef Kaysen prepare a few dishes. Looking at and listening to Gavin, one would never suspect all the knowledge and talent stored in this 31 year old executive chef.
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Small-Biz Killers: Who Pays for Jobless Benefits?

There is no such thing as a "free" government benefit. Ask small-business owners who are footing skyrocketing bills for bottomless jobless benefits. While politicians in Washington negotiate a deal to provide welcome temporary payroll, income and estate tax relief to America's workers, struggling employers wonder how long they'll have to pay for the compassion of others -- and whether they can survive.
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Harmonica Club Livens Up Paramus Sunrise Rotary Meeting

Meeting 12-07-10 The Garden State Harmonica Club was the program for the Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club. One of the best programs of the year, Valerie Redler, Phil Caltabellotta and Frank Grova introduced the members of the Rotary Club to the sounds and tunes of the harmonicas. Their songs ranged from classical to jazz and had the audience held rapt with the various harmonicas that they used to bring joy to the group.
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Bloomingdales, Gingerbread Houses, 911 Children, Karina Cuchina and Santa Claus

Tuesday’s Children Once again Bloomingdale’s Karina Cuchina catered to a children’s group inviting members of Tuesday’s Children www.tuesdayschildren.org  to partake in a gingerbread decorating contest. They even had Santa Claus visit and pose with the children of all ages as well as some of the Bloomingdale cooking staff. The houses were made by a person well versed in gingerbread houses. This is a traditional part of Cuisinart Specialist Heather Wikander’s Hungarian background.
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Local Resident and Volunteer Donates Pet Oxygen Masks to Maywood Fire Department

Alastair McIndoe, member of the Maywood Fire Police and volunteer for Companion Animal Advocates (CAA) recently donated pet oxygen masks to the Maywood Fire Department on behalf of CAA. The masks come in three sizes for large, medium and small dogs/cats. These specially sized masks will enable firefighters to deliver oxygen to pets in need and in some cases save their lives.
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Book Marks: Gifts for Fashion Lovers

OK. Black Friday is a blur and Cyber Monday is behind us, but who has time to relax, get cozy and fire up the Kindle? Probably not many of us until after the holidays, but you can still send the gift of a stylish "book" to all your fashionable friends who love to devour the latest treatises on trends (and yes, we know they love to show these books off on their coffee tables, too!) — so much for those e-books, right?
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Assembly Democratic Bill Package To Boost Gaming And Horse Racing Advanced By Panel

Burzichelli, Riley, Albano, Milam, Caputo, Wagner & McKeon Bills Aim to Help Key NJ Industries

A wide-ranging Assembly Democratic legislative package to enhance New Jersey’s casino gaming and horse racing industries by among other things allowing Internet gambling, moving toward sports gaming at casinos and racetracks, modernizing regulations and promoting in-state racehorse breeding was cleared by an Assembly committee on Thursday.
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Cedarhurst Woman Names New Supermarket, Wins Free Groceries For A Year

Danielle Jacobs, a Cedarhurst, NY woman who works as a photographer and dance instructor, also lists acting, singing, DJ and cooking among her interests. Now, she may also want to include branding expert.
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Englewood Idol Show debuts its Sixth Season to be held at bergenPAC in Englewood

Benefiting Dr. John Grieco Scholarship Fund
Friday January 7, 2011
Tickets Dwight Morrow High School and the Academies@Englewood:
advance tickets are $7 for students and $10 for adults;
Tickets at the door will be $10 for students and $15 for adults
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Piano Performances Bring Music, Entertainment to The Allendale Community For Mature Living

Local musicians recently visited residents and guests of The Atrium at The Allendale Community for Mature Living to perform a variety of musical pieces at various piano recitals. Former child prodigy Dr. Miles Howard Dinner, who has performed across Europe, visited The Atrium for a special show. Dinner, an anesthesiologist from Norwood, N.J., performed musical selections spanning classical pieces to Broadway show tunes, and encouraged residents and guests to sing along.

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