By Post Monday, August 02 2010 @ 03:46 PM EDT
Window Fashions Leader Honored with Top “A,A” Rating for Quality
UPPER SADDLE RIVER, N.J., July 30, 2010 – Hunter Douglas, North America’s leading manufacturer and marketer of custom window coverings, announced that for the third consecutive year it had won the renowned “Partners of Choice Award” from David Weekley Homes, the second largest for-profit privately held homebuilder in the nation and headquartered in Houston.
By FLOMONygala Corp. Monday, August 02 2010 @ 11:39 AM EDT
On July 16, 2010, several FLOMO representatives visited Brainyak Summer Camp in Paramus, New Jersey for an eco-friendly event. While there, FLOMO representatives, gave students free goodie bags filled with FLOMO stationery products and presented information to the children and parents about the dangers of PVC.
By Mel Fabrikant Thursday, July 29 2010 @ 07:15 PM EDT
By Mel Fabrikant Thursday, July 29 2010 @ 06:26 PM EDT
24 Hour On-the-water Assistance for Boaters and Anglers
Capt. Gary Lewis Jacobs of L&G Marine Services on Lake Anna, Virginia, has joined the BoatUS on-the-water assistance network. The company, which has provided on-the-water assistance to area boaters and anglers for the last five years, is now an official “listed tower” with the nationwide fleet of towboats. This allows BoatUS and BoatUS Angler members with on-the-water towing plans to receive and pay for services with just their signature required.
By Mel Fabrikant Thursday, July 29 2010 @ 05:16 PM EDT
By Mel Fabrikant Thursday, July 29 2010 @ 04:23 PM EDT
By Mel Fabrikant Thursday, July 29 2010 @ 07:48 AM EDT
Local Entreprenuers Expand Business
Boaters and anglers on one of Georgia’s most pristine lakes now have a helping hand to call when they break down on the water. Captain Benjamin Owens and Todd Campbell of nearby TowBoatUS Lake Hartwell have opened a second location, TowBoatUS Lake Richard B. Russell, at Beaver Dam Marina in Elberton, Georgia. Recreational boaters and anglers can call the on-the-water towing company day or night to get reliable assistance and tows back to a launch ramp or marina. Engine troubles, battery jump-starts and fuel drop offs are some common requests for help.
By Connie Schultz Thursday, July 29 2010 @ 07:16 AM EDT
Last Sunday night, NBC viewers across the country got a glimpse into the despair that is choking the life out of Ohio's Appalachia.
The "Dateline" special, reported over nine months by Ann Curry and titled "America Now: Friends and Neighbors," was a heartbreaking hour of television for Ohioans. It was like opening your personal diary to the saddest parts and letting the whole world read:
By Michelle Malkin Thursday, July 29 2010 @ 07:07 AM EDT
You know when a politician starts a sentence with "frankly," he's about to lie to your face. The same principle applies to campaign finance legislation dubbed the "DISCLOSE Act." The voter's instinctive reaction should be: What are they trying to hide now? Drafted out of public view with left-wing lobbyists and rammed through Congress after bypassing committee hearings, this bum bill would have been better named the CLOSEDDOOR Act.
By Mel Fabrikant Wednesday, July 28 2010 @ 03:36 PM EDT
Sheryl Heffernan, RN (center)
Monthly Health & Wellness Lecture Provides Valuable Insights from Personal Viewpoint
Sheryl Heffernan, RN (center) recently addressed residents and guests of Heritage Pointe of Teaneck with a seminar on disability awareness. She shared personal and professional insights into the use of language around someone with disabilities, including her own experiences as someone with mobility challenges, and discussed how to reframe one’s perceptions of a person beyond the disability.
By Mel Fabrikant Wednesday, July 28 2010 @ 03:35 PM EDT
Planned Companies, a leader in the janitorial/maintenance, concierge/doorman and security services industry since 1898, is continuing to expand its business development team through the recent additions of regional directors of sales John Curtin, Jared Gavzy, Megan Rogerson and Angie Lavery.
By Mel Fabrikant Wednesday, July 28 2010 @ 03:32 PM EDT
Buyers Respond to Value and Quality
American Properties Realty, a New Jersey-based full service real estate company, and LG Van Houten LLC have announced that their newest condominium community, Van Houten Manor in Passaic, N.J., is 55 percent sold. Van Houten Manor features two- and four-bedroom floor plans with up to 1,574 square feet of living space and two baths in each condominium home. Homes include a master bath with Jacuzzi tub, granite countertops in kitchens and baths and cherry cabinets, as well as a secured entry and enclosed parking.
By Mel Fabrikant Wednesday, July 28 2010 @ 03:26 PM EDT
Series Airs 10 a.m. Sundays on Fox Sports Net; Presented by BoatUS Angler
A new 13-week television show series aims to show an up close view of the devastating impact of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on Gulf of Mexico boating and fishing communities.
By Mel Fabrikant Wednesday, July 28 2010 @ 03:24 PM EDT
Rush of Buyer Activity Brings Active-Adult Community to 30 Percent Sold
The Pinnacle Companies, the region’s premier developer of luxury homes, has started its sales relationship with Winthrop Court off on an exceptionally high note, selling 30 percent of its residences within the first two weeks of sales alone.
By Mel Fabrikant Wednesday, July 28 2010 @ 03:19 PM EDT
Assemblywoman Connie Wagner
Assemblywoman Connie Wagner (D-Bergen) today questioned the motives of all nine women in the Assembly Republican caucus who failed to support critical funding for women’s health in this year’s budget. The legislation (S2139/A-3019), which was vetoed by Governor Christie on Friday, failed to receive a veto-proof majority in the Assembly, in part, because all nine women of the Republican caucus either voted “no” or abstained from taking a stance on the legislation.
By Mel Fabrikant Wednesday, July 28 2010 @ 03:16 PM EDT
Steady lease renewals and a dramatic improvement in sales activity breathe new life into the New Jersey industrial market during the second quarter of 2010 despite a slight increase in availability, signaling a continuing gradual path out of this unprecedented economic downturn, finds CB Richard Ellis' Second Quarter 2010 New Jersey Industrial MarketView report. The report concludes that the New Jersey industrial market continues its way to a slow recovery, with a favorable construction pipeline ahead destined to ease the burden on the market's stubborn availability rates.
By Mel Fabrikant Wednesday, July 28 2010 @ 03:14 PM EDT
- Specialty foods distributor acquires additional location in tri-state area -
NAI James E. Hanson, a leading New Jersey-based commercial real estate firm, is pleased to announce the completion of a 9,963-square-foot, industrial lease agreement with Sunset Foods, LLC, at 10 Bushes Lane in Elmwood Park, N.J. NAI Hanson Senior Vice President Joshua Levering, SIOR, and Sales Associate Gregory Reid represented the landlord, R. N. Foster Associates, LLC.
By Mel Fabrikant Wednesday, July 28 2010 @ 03:12 PM EDT
- Prime location and floor plan attract client -
NAI James E. Hanson, a leading New Jersey-based commercial real estate firm, is pleased to announce the completion of a 13,500-square-foot, long term industrial lease transaction at 100 Commerce Way in Hackensack, N.J. NAI Hanson Vice Presidents Jeffrey DeMagistris and Thomas Vetter represented the landlord, Commerce Way Ventures, LLC.
By Mel Fabrikant Monday, July 26 2010 @ 07:20 PM EDT
Bernard J. Park, M.D.
Comes to HUMC from Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Hackensack University Medical Center announces the appointment of Bernard J. Park, M.D., of Demarest, as chief of the Division of Thoracic Surgery. Dr. Park, who specializes in surgery of the chest, lungs, esophagus, and mediastinum, was a thoracic surgeon at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center before coming to Hackensack University Medical Center. He was also an assistant professor of cardiothoracic surgery at Weill Cornell Medical College and an assistant member of the faculty of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
By Mel Fabrikant Monday, July 26 2010 @ 03:11 PM EDT
Americans are busier than ever; between school, work, sports and after-school activities; families barely get to see each other throughout the week and rarely have time to sit down for a family meal. A new survey from Carrabba’s Italian Grill, conducted by Wakefield Research, found that while 87% of Americans count "eating meals as a family" among their most cherished family memories, over half (53%) wish that they had more time to have family meals. Across the country Americans are seeking ways to share more experiences with their families and friends and make those moments they get to share as meaningful as possible.