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Elizabeth Williams-Riley , CEO and President, American Conference on Diversity Joins Community Leaders


As Berkeley College continues celebrating 85 years focused on student success, its third system-wide president, Michael J. Smith, was inaugurated to the office on May 13, 2016, at the campus in Woodland Park, NJ. Nearly 1,000 family and friends, colleagues, faculty, staff, business and elected officials gathered under a large tent set upon the grounds for the occasion. Among the guests greeting President Smith was Elizabeth Williams-Riley (left), CEO and President, American Conference on Diversity. In April, Kevin Luing, Board Chairman of Berkeley College, accepted the Legacy Award from the American Conference on Diversity on behalf of his family, thanking the Conference for its service to education, business and the community

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RDK Architects, LLC Receives AIA-NJ Merit Award for ‘Architecture for Fragrance’ Design

RDK Architect, LLC Englewood, N.J.-Based Architecture Firm Designs Modern-Industrial Office ’Oasis’

Englewood, N.J. (May 24, 2016) – The New Jersey Chapter of the American Architects (AIA-NJ) has honored Englewood, N.J.–based architecture firm RDK Architect, LLC, with a Merit Award in the Built Open category in recognition of its design of the Architecture for Fragrance in Englewood, New Jersey.

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School Bus Fire in Paramus

On May 23, 2016, the Paramus Police Department and Fire Department responded to a school bus fire located in front of Eastbrook Middle School located at 190 Spring Valley Road. Upon police arrival, the driver of the bus, identified as Jose Rodriguez of Paterson NJ  had safely evacuated 22 students from the bus. No one was injured.

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Valley National Bank Supports Autism Speaks at MetLife Stadium


WAYNE, N.J. – Monday, May 23, 2016 – Valley National Bank participated in the Autism Speaks Walk at MetLife Stadium on May 22nd.  The Autism Speaks Walk is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds in the autism community. This grassroots movement is powered by people on the autism spectrum, their families and friends, service providers, schools, businesses and local volunteers. Walkers advocate and take action for the diverse needs of the autism community. Their efforts help generate funds that fuel innovative research and make connections to critical lifelong supports and services.
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North Jersey ACO Welcomes New Executive Director


Kiran P. Mulgaokar
Kiran P. Mulgaokar Joins Bergen County's First Accountable Care Organization established by Valley and Holy Name

RIDGEWOOD, NJ, and TEANECK, NJ, May 23, 2016 — The North Jersey ACO, a partnership between Holy Name Medical Center and Valley Health System, welcomes Kiran P. Mulgaokar as the new Executive Director for the Accountable Care Organization.
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Shop-Rite to Anchor Retail Component at The Oaks at Glenwood in Old Bridge, NJ


New 2,400 Acre Mixed-Use Development will include 500,000 SF of retail and 2,000 Residential Units

Old Bridge, N.J. (May 23, 2016) –  The Brunetti Organization, a prominent real estate developer in both Central New Jersey and South Florida, has announced that Shop-Rite has signed on as the anchor retail tenant at their soon-to-be-developed 2,400-acre mixed-use town center development, The Oaks at Glenwood, in Old Bridge, NJ.  Construction on the 90,000 SF grocery super center is set to begin almost immediately, with occupancy of the Shop-Rite and other retail tenants scheduled for the Summer of 2017.  The announcement of the Shop-Rite lease is expected to spur finalization of lease negotiations with several additional well-known retail tenants.

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The Poetry Of Television To Arrive In Rutherford On June 1

The poetry of I Love LucyThe Addams Family, and other television favorites will make a special appearance at the Williams Carlos Williams Center for the Performing Arts in Rutherford at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, June 1, when contributors to the anthology Rabbit Ears: TV Poems pay tribute to the small screen as part of the monthly Williams Center Reading Series.

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Eva’s Village Receives $20,000 Mission Support from Ridgewood Presbyterian Church

Eva's Village a Paterson, NJ, anti-poverty, nonprofit organization, partners with local religious organizations to raise funds for its twenty integrated programs to assist those in need.

Eva’s Village was one of five mission partners chosen to receive a gift of over $20,000 from the West Side Presbyterian Church’s “10 x 10” Lenten Campaign. Nancy Simpson, Chair of Missions and Social Concerns at the Ridgewood church, explained that partners were selected because of their work with the homeless. Covenant House NJ, Family Promise of Bergen County, Youth Self Development, Paterson, & Pwojé Espwa Sud Orphanage, Haiti, were also chosen as mission partners. “These are all places where West Siders have had hands-on experiences helping and feeding people,” Ms. Simpson noted.

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Menendez, Booker Announce $2M from EPA to Assess, Clean Up Contaminated Sites in NJ

NEWARK, N.J. – U.S. Senators Bob Menendez and Cory Booker today announced the awarding of $1,963,658 in federal funding from the Environmental Protection Agency to assess and clean up contaminated sites in Asbury Park, Atlantic City, Jersey City and Plainfield.

“No one wants to live next to a contaminated site that can harm the health and well-being of nearby residents and drag down the local economy,” said Sen. Menendez.  “These important funds will help remediate and return these fallow lands to the community, creating a healthier and more vibrant place for us all to live and do business.”

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Paramus Recreation Adult Programs

The Paramus Recreation Commission is starting a new Adult Volleyball program this Summer.  The Commission is also accepting submissions for the new tennis registry which will help adult players find similarly skilled playing partners.  The volleyball program is open to men and women 18 and over and will be held on Tuesday evenings on the outdoor court at East Brook.  Games will begin at 6:00pm and continue until dark.  The cost per person is $23.  The tennis registry information will be mailed to players on, or about, June 10th so don’t hesitate to add your name!  There is no cost to join the registry – courts will not be reserved but it is a great way to find new players.  Please note that the programs offered by the Paramus Recreation Commission are available to residents only.  For more information, or to join the tennis registry, please call 201-265-9321 or email sregan@paramusborough.org.
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