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CBP Officers at JFK Intercept More Than Seven Pounds of Cocaine

Cocaine Seized at JFK International Airport

U.S.Customs and Border Protection officer arrest a man trying to conceal over $160,000 of cocaine in his suitcase.

A Lindenhurst resident tried to walk past U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officers (CBP) at JFK with more then seven pounds of cocaine concealed within a secret compartment in his checked luggage.

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IGrill Sizzles With Deals With Both Omaha Steaks And Frontgate

Now Available at Apple Stores in Black & White to Fit Your Décor

iGrill is the World’s First Bluetooth Cooking Thermometer for iPhone, iPod touch & iPad
Revolutionizes the Way We Cook - A Perfectly Cooked Steak, Every Time

iDevices www.igrillinc.com announced today that iGrill, the award-winning world’s first wireless cooking thermometer for iPod touch, iPhone and iPad via a long-range Bluetooth® and App-enabled connection, has signed a catalogue distribution deal with Frontgate, America’s premiere indoor and outdoor home outfitters and a website distribution deal with Omaha Steaks, the world-famous Nebraska-based company that manufactures, markets, packages and distributes beef, seafood and other comestibles.

Winner of both the Bluetooth Innovator of the Year 2011 Award and Bluetooth

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Care Plus NJ Earns Best Practices Award In Consumer Satisfaction

CPNJ Executive Management Team

Care Plus NJ has been honored with a top Best Practices Award in Consumer Satisfaction by the Mental Health Corporations of America (MHCA). The national award was received for achieving the highest level of customer satisfaction in the provision of behavioral health services nationwide, among agencies offering 5 or more programs. “This award is the direct result of my staffs’ commitment to our consumers and dedication to wellness,” said Care Plus NJ President and CEO Joe Masciandaro.

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The Atrium’s Garden Club Encourages Green Thumbs and Peer Socialization for Senior Residents

Amaryllis Planting
Group Hosts Annual Amaryllis Planting

Like the meaning of Amaryllis, which means to sparkle, the smiles of senior residents recently lit up the room at The Atrium at The Allendale Community for Mature Living during a recent winter planting class. Led by volunteer Carol Browne (standing), whose mother is an Atrium resident, the annual program encourages Atrium residents to plant their bulbs and nurture them into full bloom in the community’s greenhouse. 

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What’s All The Hoopla? Officeteam Survey: March Madness Activities At Work Get Mixed Reviews

Are March Madness festivities in the office a slam dunk? It depends on whom you ask, a new OfficeTeam survey suggests. Nearly one-third (32 percent) of managers interviewed felt NCAA basketball tournament activities shouldn’t be allowed in the workplace. Still, the majority of bosses are willing to play ball: Fifty-seven percent said group events tied to the playoffs are OK in moderation, and another 11 percent welcome them. Only one in five (20 percent) employees polled said they are distracted at work by the excitement surrounding major sports competitions.

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The Lightstone Group Signs The Laundry Room to a Lease Extension at Browntown Shopping Center in Old Bridge, N.J.

The Lightstone Group, one of the largest private real estate owners in the country, announced today that the Laundry Room has signed a 2,338-square-foot lease extension at Browntown Shopping Center, located on Route 516 in Old Bridge, N.J.

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PetRES Q 3rd Annual “Fur Ball Dinner Dance” Benefiting Rescue Dogs

It is the 3rd Annual Fur Ball Dinner Dance! This special night out will take place Saturday, March 19, 2011 at the Clinton Inn in Tenafly NJ beginning at 7PM. This event will support the works of Pet ResQ Inc. which is a not for profit 501c3 organization dedicated to saving the lives of unwanted pets. Most rescues are special needs pets, often badly abused, older or handicapped. Without Pet ResQ Inc. euthanasia would be their destiny. This huge, loving task requires continual funding to offset the costly expenses of veterinary care, transportation, and feeding and housing costs. Pet ResQ Inc. exists solely on donations and volunteer's efforts.

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Christie Support Declines Slightly Following Budget Speech; Obama Viewed More Favorably

Following his Feb. 22 budget speech, New Jersey’s registered voters are nearly evenly split on their feelings about Gov. Chris Christie: 46 percent have a favorable impression, another 44 do not, according to a Rutgers-Eagleton Poll released today. Voters were 10 points more positive than negative about Christie in a poll last December.

They have also become slightly less positive about the governor’s job performance since then.

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Terry Frassetto Joins Cassidy Turley's Somerset, N.J. Office as Senior Vice President of Property Management

Frassetto brings 21 years of experience to N.J. property management division

Cassidy Turley, a leading commercial real estate services provider in the U.S., announced that Terry Frassetto has joined its Somerset, N.J. office as senior vice president of property management where he will be responsible for managing, leading and developing the New Jersey property management division. In this expanded role, Mr. Frassetto will work with Cassidy Turley's team of Peter Hennessy, David Simon, Eric Mockler and Marla Maloney, to help grow and expand the company's New Jersey-based portfolio and promote its property management capabilities and platform.

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Wagner, Gusciora & Vainieri Huttle Package To Combat ‘Fracking’ Advances

Measures Would Bar Controversial Natural Gas Exploration Practice

An Assembly committee on Monday approved a package of bills sponsored by Assembly Democrats Connie Wagner, Reed Gusciora and Valerie Vainieri Huttle that would ban the controversial practice of ‘fracking’ - or hydraulic fracturing - in New Jersey and urge the federal government and surrounding states to follow suit.

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