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ConnectOne Bank volunteers with Habitat Bergen in Little Ferry

ORADELL, NJ, December 12, 2014 – Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County (Habitat Bergen) received a team of seven volunteers from ConnectOne Bank of Englewood Cliffs to its Little Ferry job sites in early December.

The volunteers worked on various tasks throughout the day, such as the installation of vinyl tile, installation of trim and painting in a basement, which brought the Little Ferry home closer to completion.

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Visiting Skylands Stadium In Augusta

Skylands Stadium After discussing Skylands Stadium and its current night Light Show with Owner Al Dorso, www.ParamusPost.com decided to visit it. Taking a circuitous route, the initial trip was via Route 23 with a stop in Sussex at the Dutch Bakery, then south on Rte. 94 to north on Rte. 15 to Ross Corners. That entailed lunch at the Chatterbox Restaurant which was totally satisfying. The return trip to Paramus, after the stadium was Rte 15 to Rte. 80 and east to Paramus. All in all, a very pleasant journey.
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10 NJ Immigrant Entrepreneur Awards Recognized

Madison, NJ— On Tuesday, December 9, 2014, a coalition of 17 business groups, advocacy organizations, associations, local and bi-national chambers of commerce in NJ hosted the 2nd Annual NJ Immigrant Entrepreneur Award (NJIEA) Program at the Rothman Institute of Entrepreneurship, part of Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Silberman College of Business.

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Lagana Domestic Violence Victim Protection Measures Clear Assembly Panel

(TRENTON) – Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Joseph Lagana to bolster protections of domestic violence victims in New Jersey cleared its first legislative hurdle on Thursday.

The first bill (A-3655) intends to enhance the protections offered under the “New Jersey Safe Housing Act” by prohibiting a landlord from terminating a tenancy, failing to renew a tenancy, or refusing to enter into a rental agreement due to a tenant or prospective tenant’s status as a domestic violence victim. 

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Assembly Panel Approves Lagana Bill to Allow Residents to Donate to Autism Programs at Tax Time

(TRENTON) – Legislation sponsored by Assemblyman Joseph Lagana to allow residents to donate to Autism programs at tax time were released by an Assembly panel on Thursday.

New Jersey has the nation’s highest reported rates of autism according to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released earlier this year– one of out of every 48 children.  The national rate is one in 68 children.

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Bergen President Signs Anti-Hunger Pledge at U.N.

Bergen President B. Kaye Walter, Ph.D. (bottom row, fourth from right) signed the “Presidents’ Commitment to Food and Nutrition Security” pledge at the U.N. Dec. 9.

NEW YORK, N.Y. – Joining officials from 55 universities such as Cornell, Michigan State and Tufts, Bergen Community College President B. Kaye Walter, Ph.D., has signed the “Presidents’ Commitment to Food and Nutrition Security” pledge initiated by Auburn University – making Bergen the only two-year institution to do so. President Walter signed the agreement alongside her peers at a Dec. 9 event at the United Nations. The pledge creates a blueprint defining higher education’s role in combatting hunger.

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Retail Sales Increase 0.6 Percent in November; In line with NRF Holiday Forecast

Discounting Throughout the Month Shifted Consumer Spending

WASHINGTON, December 11, 2014 – Holiday shoppers took advantage of deep discounting and early sales to lift retail spending in November, the National Retail Federation said today. Not including automobiles, gasoline stations or restaurants, retail sales increased 0.6 percent seasonally-adjusted over October and 3.2 percent unadjusted over November 2013. Gains were consistent with NRF’s holiday sales forecast, which anticipates an increase of 4.1 percent over last year.

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Store Closing Sales Begin Today At All Delia's Locations

Total store liquidation of apparel & accessories offers major discounts in time for holiday shopping

Sales managed by Hilco Merchant Resources and Gordon Brothers Group 

Store closing sales begin today at all 92 Delia’s retail locations across the country. Just in time for the holidays, every item in every department at all stores is now reduced. Consumers will enjoy massive discounts of 40% to 60% off the lowest ticketed price on the stores’ entire stock of the latest styles for teenaged girls and young women, including sweaters, tops, graphic tees, jeans, pants, skirts, dresses, outerwear, footwear, jewelry, bags, belts, leggings, sleepwear and much more. In addition, these same compelling reductions apply to all online purchases at delias.com.

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Arrest of Jesus Borrero for Burglary to Auto

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The Paramus Police Department  announces the arrest of Jesus Borrero, 47 yoa, of Bronx, NY, for burglary to auto. This arrest came as a result of a lengthy investigation by Detective Sergeant Frank Scott and the utilization of DNA technology.

On October 2, 2013,  a 2010 Honda Accord,  parked on Carlough Drive was broken into and its airbags were removed. This street is adjacent to the Paramus Courthouse and court was in session at the time. The suspect was not a scheduled participant at court that day. The airbags had a value of  $1500.00.  Paramus Police detectives processed the crime scene and were able to collect DNA evidence that had been left in the car.  

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Looking Back: Top 10 Specialty Food Stories of 2014

Sriracha, Honeybees, Hungry Investors on List

NEW YORK (Dec. 11, 2014) – Sriracha created a stink, endangered honeybees got government buzzing, European-style cheeses were caught in a name game, and notable brands got snapped up by investors.

These are some of the ten most important events, trends, and movements that made 2014 a big year in specialty food as identified by the editors of Specialty Food News, the daily e-newsletter of the Specialty Food Association.

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~ Hunter Douglas Shares Secrets for Every Room of the House ~

PEARL RIVER, N.Y.– How long have you been decorating your home for the holidays? Five years? Ten? More than you care to think about? Why not do something different this year. It’ll be more fun for you, as well as your family and guests.

“Baskets of pine cones, a wreath over the fireplace, swags of ribbon. It’s easy to get stuck in a rut,” says Sally Morse, Director of Creative Services at window fashions leader Hunter Douglas. 

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Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey “Insure-A-Thon” enters final weekend

To help consumers seeking health insurance for January 1, 2015

(Newark, NJ, December 10, 2014) – While time is running short to purchase health insurance coverage beginning January, 1, 2015, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey (Horizon BCBSNJ) is working long hours during its Insure-A-Thon to help you enroll by the deadline. In order to be covered on January 1, 2015 by a plan purchased through the Federal Marketplace, you must enroll by December 15, 2014.
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DSM Anti-Reflective Coating Technology to Increase Solar Power Output

BELVIDERE, NEW JERSEY- Today, Wednesday, December 10, 2014, DSM, in partnership with GeoPeak and Marina Energy, opened a solar field today at their plant in Belvidere, New Jersey. In an event for local dignitaries, employees and business executives to switch on the solar field, DSM North American President Hugh Welsh highlighted the benefits of the solar field on the Belvidere plant’s energy consumption, the positive impact on the local community’s electric grid, DSM’s energy leadership in New Jersey and the impact the renewable energy source will have in reducing carbon emissions, furthering DSM’s commitment to sustainability and climate change goals.

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[media: 20141211081314923]NEW YORK, NY, December 10, 2014 -  Ariel Property Advisors and the AIPAC Real Estate Division hosted a networking reception for more than 250 guests recently at Club 101.

The guest speaker was Ambassador Ido Aharoni, Consul General of Israel in New York, who shared his views about current events in the Middle East.

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State Fair Seasons, Your Store To Cover All Your Seasonal Needs

State Fair Store Located at 241 Main Street in Belleville is a store that one can visit at any season for a complete supply of merchandise. Be it summer outdoors, Halloween, Christmas , State Fair Seasons will have a massive display of merchandise unique to the closest season. Beautifully decorated  items in complete depth will satisfy the most discernible buyer. For Christmas, there are giant toy soldiers, Mrs. Claus outfitted to complement Santa Claus garb, statues, candles, trees and brilliant lighting, wreaths and religious symbols. They even have Chanukah items on display. Something for everyone. Ample parking on their spacious lot allows for nearness to the store.
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Habitat Bergen takes part in #GivingTuesday movement

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ORADELL, NJ, December 10, 2014 – Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County (Habitat Bergen) participated in #GivingTuesday with a day full of activities in which supporters could get involved. The affiliate arranged various fundraisers and volunteer opportunities that took place throughout the day.

Habitat Bergen kicked off #GivingTuesday in its office, accepting a generous $500 donation from FaithWorks Thrift Shop. FaithWorks is operated by the members of Westwood United Methodist Church in Westwood.

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Sussex Professional Baseball, LLC Unveils New Team, the “Sussex County MINERS,”; Introduces New General Manager

Baseball veteran Dave Chase named General Manager; new team colors will be black and bright gold

Augusta, N.J. – Dec 10, 2014 – Sussex Professional Baseball, LLC today announced that its new professional baseball team, set to start playing at Skylands Stadium on Memorial Day, May 25, 2015, has a new name, team colors and general manager. The team will be called The Sussex County MINERS and will be led by General Manager Dave Chase, a nationally known baseball executive who brings over 35 years of experience to the role.
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Caroline Vandemark Fund for Brain and Spine Tumor Research at the John Theurer Cancer Center Receives Generous Donation

A generous gift of $45,000 will benefit the Caroline Vandemark Fund for Brain and Spine Tumor Research. The donation, made through the HackensackUMC Foundation to honor the memory of Caroline Vandemark, was formally presented by the Vandemark family and members of the Caroline 5K Committee. Attendees included Caroline’s parents, Charlie and Mary Vandemark of (Caldwell, New Jersey) her sister, Eileen Vandemark, and many of Caroline’s closest friends. Dr. George Kaptain, (of Ridgewood, New Jersey) director, Division of Neuro-oncology and Skull-base Surgery, Department of Neurosurgery at HackensackUMC, and Dr. Samuel Goldlust, (of New York, New York) medical director, Brain and Spine Institute at the John Theurer Cancer Center at HackensackUMC, received the donation at a reception held at the Designer Showhouse of New Jersey in Saddle River.  The event was hosted by the North Jersey Brain & Spine Center located in Oradell.
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Vantage Health System and The DACKKs Group Celebrate Upcoming Merger

Offering More Supportive Housing in Bergen County
Keep Vantage Health System in Mind for #GivingTuesday

http://www.vantagenj.org/donate/#donate (Dumont, New Jersey-  December 10, 2014) Vantage Health System (VHS) and The DACKKs Group recently celebrated their upcoming merger at a fundraising event held at The Brick House, in Wyckoff, New Jersey.  The merger will enable both agencies to provide more supportive housing and comprehensive outpatient, in-home and residential and supportive housing services to individuals with mental health, addiction, and developmental disabilities within Bergen County. 
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Welcoming the Holiday Season With Joyful Annual Tree Lighting

WAYNE, NJ [DECEMBER 10, 2014] – Staff and community members came together at St. Joseph's Wayne Hospital (SJWH) in Wayne, NJ to celebrate a special holiday tradition – the Annual Christmas Tree Lighting. The festive occasion was filled with joyous song provided by the Passaic County Technical Institute 'Tech Tone' Choir. Attendees enjoyed the dazzling lights and beautiful decorations on the tree, including (left to right) Fr. Martin Rooney, Director, Mission Services, St. Joseph’s Healthcare System (SJHS); Sr. Maryanne Campeotto, SC, Vice President, Mission, SJHS; Howard Tepper, Vice President, Physician Practices and Ambulatory Services, SJHS; Kevin Slavin, President and Chief Executive Officer, SJHS (effective January 2015); Francine Halushka Katz, Esq., Vice President and General Counsel, SJHS; and Daniel Kline, Vice President, SJHS, and Site Administrator, SJWH.

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