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A Very Cuddly Kitten Shower


Wayne, NJ – Kitten season has arrived, and for rescues, this is one of the busiest times of the year.  A Pathway to Hope is hosting a kitten shower to support our rescue efforts.  Join us virtually any time, or in person on Saturday, May 16th from 11AM to 2PM at Jake's Place at Rockledge Garden Center for a kitten meet and greet complete with fuzzy kittens for you to snuggle and goodies for all.  Bring some goodies for our adoptable kittens, make a cat toy, and meet these adorable babies!
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Bergen’s Study of Suburbs Earns International Entry

PARAMUS, N.J. – With its acceptance into the Cultures of the Suburbs International Research Network, Bergen Community College has become the first community college to join the group with members on five continents.

“Given our location in Bergen County, one could argue that we are part of the quintessential American suburb,” Bergen professor and Suburban Study Group Chair Phil Dolce, Ph.D., said. “That makes it our responsibility to become a leading voice on this topic. Joining the Cultures of the Suburbs International Research Network validates our work to date and strengthens our future endeavors as we continue to study the complex intricacies of suburban life.”

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The Garden State Harmonica Club will hold our two monthly meetings /open mic​ ​

at 7:30 p.m. on June 8th and 22nd. The Club invites anyone interested in the harmonica or harmonica music to join the group to play or listen. Light refreshments are always available. Among the celebrity members are: Enrico Granafei of Trumpets Jazz Club; Dennis Gruenling, teacher and well known blues player; Harry Feinberg, famous member of the Harmonica Rascals; Gary Mettler, performer and teacher; Rob Paparozzi, harmonicist and former lead singer of Blood, Sweat and Tears.
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Food Glorious Food! State Fair Meadowlands Serves Up Happiness

Fairgoers can find almost any of their favorites at the fair, such as nachos, chicken wings, turkey legs, deep-fried veggies, kielbasa, zeppoles, Stromboli or the tasty and tender “pig butt on a stick.” Feeling daring? How about a donut burger, shark kebab or foot-long bacon corn dog?
 
East Rutherford, NJ – May 6, 2015 – Hungry anyone? If the warmer temperatures outside are getting you in the mood for yummy summer food, look no further than State Fair Meadowlands. This year the fair will have over 50 food vendors, offering endless treats to delight both kids and adults. Fairgoers can sample a mix of savory favorites such as real Philly cheesesteaks, gyros, pizza, corn on the cob and much more, as well as sweet indulgences such as deep-friend Pop Tarts, ice cream sundaes with fresh strawberries and cotton candy.
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Bergen Students go Back-to-Back with Scholarship Win

Mariia Alibekova and Natasha Pineiros.

PARAMUS, N.J. – For the second consecutive year, students attending Bergen Community College will each receive $40,000 per year to continue their education as part of the largest private scholarship for community college students in the U.S.

Among only 90 students selected, Bergen’s Mariia Alibekova, of Elmwood Park, and Natasha Pineiros, of Hackensack, have earned the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship for exemplary academic performance. More than 2,600 students from 540 community colleges applied.

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The New Meadowlands Flea Market Has Something For Everyone

After a long lull due to weather and traffic, the flea market at the Meadowlands is open again. It being a beautiful day, the place was packed with shoppers and bargain hunters as well as vendors. Despite other activities at the Meadowlands area, vehicular traffic moved smoothly aided by Security and traffic cones from the Meadowlands.
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State Fair Meadowlands Announces All-New Entertainment for Summer Fair

Crowds will be wowed by the majestic Lipizzaner Stallions & Horses of the World, the daredevils in the Great American Thrill Show and the beloved Racing Pigs, back for their 27th year
 
East Rutherford, NJ – April 29, 2015State Fair Meadowlands, the largest fair in the New York metro area with over 150 rides and attractions, today announced its entertainment lineup for this year’s  fair, which runs from June 19 through July 5 at the State Fair Meadowlands Fairgrounds, next to MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford.
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Register for Bergen’s Summer and Fall Semesters

PARAMUS, N.J. – Beginning Monday, May 4, all students, including those visiting from other colleges, can register for classes scheduled as part of Bergen Community College’s summer and fall semesters.
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The Fireplace Receives Commendation From Paramus VFW Post 6699

Fireplace Paramus based VFW Post 6699 Recently recognized the efforts of the Fireplace towards the veterans. Commander Joe Brooks presented a plaque to owner Patrick Reilly and to manager Frank Wierzbicki. Members of the post showed up early and enjoyed a breakfast before presenting the award. As always, camaraderie among the post members was a plus at the meeting. In turn. Reilly praised the efforts of the veterans and humbly THANKED them and all the veterans for their service to the nation. 
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Special Agent Dant is Sunset Rotary Club’s Distinguished Speaker

Special agent Jeffrey Dant from the U.S. Secret Service, seen here with club President Tom Shea, gave a fascinating presentation to Sunset Rotary’s members at their most recent meeting in the Bone Fish Grill, Paramus Park. Agent Dant spoke about counterfeiting of currency, identity theft and credit card ‘skimming.’ Several well prepared booklets illustrating these types of fraud were given to members. Criminals have become so sophisticated at stealing credit card information and PIN numbers it is has become a $4 billion criminal industry. Electronic devices made to look exactly like a part of the ATM are able to read your credit card number and another device with a pin hole camera reads and records your PIN number. The U.S, Secret Service has its hands full keeping up with these increasingly sophisticated criminals. Learn more about your Secret Service at: http://www.secretservice.gov/
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Paramus Environmental Commission Celebrates Earth Day

Paramus Earth Day The Paramus Environmental Commission Celebrated Earth Day on  Sunday, April 19, 2015. To accommodate the many visitors, it was held at the Paramus Bandshell with ample parking across the street at the High School. Although not as warm as the day before, the temperatures afforded a comfortable atmosphere. The exhibitors were doing their thing under a large tent and the people flocked to the tables to see what was being displayed and offered. The Commission handed out reusable cloth bags in several colors that could hold some of the giveaways.
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Tenafly Mayor Peter Rustin Welcomes New Cooktique Owner At Grand Opening

Cooktique Grand Opening Peter Rustin, Mayor of Tenafly, officiated at the grand opening of Cooktique under new owner Karine Abrahamyan. Abrahamyan has had extensive experience in the cooking field having recently resigned from Bloomingdale's where she ran Karinas Cuchina for several years. Her experience has greatly qualified her for this new venture and many of her friends have followed this young lady there to say hello. At Tenafly's Sidewalk Sale, she offered specially priced items, some as low as 75% off the regular price. Business was brisk!

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Wa Lobster Pot In Ridgewood

Wa Lobster Pot In Ridgewood is situated in a very unobtrusive area along Chestnut Street in Ridgewood. Competing with many other places along the restaurant row leads to another competition, parking which is usually at a premium. After several different days to visit this restaurant, we decided to go for an early dinner near to 3 PM. It turned out to be a judicious time to go as there were several spaces including one almost right in front of Wa Lobster Pot.  After inserting enough quarters in the meter, we entered the restaurant and had a wide choice of seating since we were the only ones there.
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CALL FOR NOMINEES TO 14th ANNUAL COMMUNITY AWARDS DINNER, OCTOBER 29TH

Teaneck, NJ, April 3, 2015: The Teaneck Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that it is now soliciting nominations from the Teaneck public for the upcoming Community Awards Dinner to be held at the Teaneck Marriott at Glenpointe hotel on Thursday October 29th.  The categories we are asking for nominees include:
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Motorcycle Accident in Paramus

On Wednesday, April 15, 2015 at approximately 6:52 pm the Paramus Police Department responded to a serious motor vehicle crash on Farview Avenue between Midland Avenue and Carletta Court.

 

Upon arrival, officers determined that a 2013 Suzuki GSX motorcycle driven by James O’Connor, 30 yoa, of Paramus NJ was driving south on Farview Avenue at a high rate of speed. When the motorcycle reach a slight hill and turn in the road, the bike crossed the double yellow, no passing,  line in the center of the roadway. At this point the motorcycle struck a 2001 Toyota Camry head-on.  The Camry which was driving north on Farview was driven by Rafi Zekian, 31 yoa of Paramus NJ.

 

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Paramus OEM And PPD Present Community Service Award To Home and Kidz

On March 25, 2015 the Paramus Office of Emergency Management and the Paramus Police Department presented a Community Award to the “Home & Kidz” store located at 577 Winters Avenue Paramus, for their extraordinary assistance during the Oradell Animal Hospital explosion which took place on March 6, 2015.
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Morey’s Piers Announces Family Events in May

Camping Adventure, Mother’s Day Celebration and Special Mother’s Day

Hotel Package Invites Families to Enjoy Weekends of Fun at the Shore

The Wildwoods, NJ (April 15, 2015) – Spring has sprung at Morey’s Piers, located on the boardwalk in Wildwood, NJ, and it’s the perfect time to spend weekends at the shore with the whole family. On May 2, 2015, families can camp under the roller coaster and stars at Morey’s boardwalk camping adventure, Boardwalk Bunk-Down.  Then on May 10, 2015, Morey’s Piers is giving moms a little extra TLC with Mother’s Day Tea Time at the Tea Cups ride on Mariner’s Pier.

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State Fair Meadowlands Announces Bargain Days and Advance Ticket Deals

Fairgoers can save time and money by buying tickets in advance at www.njfair.com

 
East Rutherford, NJ – April 15, 2015State Fair Meadowlands, the largest fair in the New York metro area with over 150 rides and attractions, today announced Bargain Days and advance ticket deals for this year’s fair, which runs from June 19 through July 5 at the State Fair Meadowlands Fairgrounds, next to MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford.
 
“State Fair Meadowands has always been about offering affordable family fun close to home. In addition to offering special Bargain Days to help families enjoy the fair this year, we are also allowing fairgoers to purchase tickets for Bargain Days in advance, helping them not only save money but also avoid long lines at the ticket booth,” said Al Dorso, president of State Fair Meadowlands.  
 
Fun seekers can visit www.njfair.com and learn all about Bargain Days and Advance Sale Tickets. Details include:

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April 16 is National Healthcare Decisions Day

Who would make decisions about your healthcare if you were even temporarily unable to do so?  Exercise your right to choose who will speak for you.  Let people know what matters to you.  Your healthcare wishes cannot be honored if no one knows what they are.

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Englewood Public Library Holds Free Scarf Decorating Project for Middle Schoolers

“Picasso, Picasso!”

That’s who Wendy Casimiro of Englewood says she felt like as she joined about a dozen other 7th grade students from the Janis E. Dismus  Middle School at the Englewood Public Library Thursday April 9 for a scarf painting project.

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