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New York Medical College and St. Joseph’s Healthcare System Unveil New Housing for Local Medical Residents

Paterson NJ Mayor Torres Joins St. Joseph’s Healthcare System President Kevin J. Slavin, Touro College President Alan Kadish, M.D., and New York Medical College Chancellor and CEO Edward C. Halperin, M.D., M.A., for Ribbon Cutting
Paterson, N.J., April 4, 2016—New York Medical College (NYMC) and St. Joseph’s Healthcare System (SJHS) today announced a new residence which will provide convenient and accessible housing for students and residents—just 200 feet from the doors of St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center. Local elected officials and community leaders joined with Touro College President Alan Kadish, M.D. and NYMC Chancellor and CEO Edward C. Halperin, M.D., M.A., for a ribbon cutting and tour of the new residence, located at 165 Barclay Street.

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Successful “Roast For Riverkeeper” Honors Bob Ceberio

Environmental group offers comedic kudos to former NJMC Executive Director

The first-ever Roast for Riverkeeper, which took place Thursday, March 31 at the Englewood Field Club in Englewood, New Jersey, ended on a successful and enjoyable note for its 150 attendees. Featuring an “old school” North Jersey beefsteak dinner, fundraising raffles and auctions, the highlight of the evening was the “roast” of Hackensack Riverkeeper Trustee and former NJ Meadowlands Commission Executive Director Robert “Bob” Ceberio. Having spent nearly thirty years at the agency before his retirement in 2009, Ceberio was well placed to receive good-natured ribbing and jokes offered by local dignitaries including:


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Animal Endangerment

On Monday morning, April 4, 2016 at approximately 2:59 am, Paramus Police Officers Daniel Derienzo and Matthew Lombardo were on patrol on Route 17 south in the area of Just Pups located at 155 Route 17 southbound. As part of their regular duties officers are required to conduct  checks in the rear area of local businesses. While patrolling the rear of the  Just Pups parking lot the officers observed a  2002 Freightliner Sprinter van, color white, with NJ license plates, parked outside of the  regular parking stalls.
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Paul Kubarych Presents “Broadleaf Evergreens and Ground Covers and Deer-resistant Plantings”

Tuesday, April 19, 2016 at 7:30 PM
1st Floor Meeting Room, County Administration Building
One Bergen Plaza, Hackensack, N.J. (Home of the County Extension Office)
Refreshments at 7:00 PM, Announcements at 7:20 PM

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Meet Jude, One Year Later Dog Fighting Victim honored at Tricky Tray Event

A year ago, Jude was a victim.  He lay in a pool of his own blood waiting to die.  But, then something happened.  A kind hand reached out to him, and though he had been betrayed by the humans he loved, he looked up, wagged his tail and licked this hand.  Jude's hope wasn't lost, and neither was ours at A Pathway to Hope rescue.
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Bergen County Board of Chosen Freeholders Recognize April 2016 as Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Hackensack- The Bergen County Board of Chosen Freeholders on Wednesday adopted Resolution #338-16 recognizing April 2016 as Sexual Assault Awareness Month in the County of Bergen.  Copies of the resolution were presented to representatives from Bergen County’s Division of Alternatives to Domestic Violence (ADV), YWCA healingSPACE, The Center for Hope and Safety (formerly Shelter our Sisters), and the Bergen Family Center for their continued commitment to helping victims of sexual assault and sexual violence, preventing sexual assault, and spreading awareness about sexual assault.   Bergen County Executive James J. Tedesco was also in attendance to deliver a proclamation recognizing the efforts of these agencies.
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April: Spring into Good Health with ShopRite of Ramsey’s Array of Clean Living Wellness Events

Offerings Include Cooking Classes, Nutrition Counseling and Much More

RAMSEY, N.J., April 1, 2016 – This April, spring into good health with the array of clean living wellness events at ShopRite of Ramsey, an Inserra Supermarkets store. Sondra Tackett, M.S., R.D., in-store registered dietitian, will lead each of the LiveRight offerings and provide easy-to-implement nutrition and wellness advice. All programs are free, open to the public, held at ShopRite of Ramsey and do not require advance registration, unless otherwise noted:

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Arrest of Eluding Suspect

The Paramus Police Department announces the arrest of Salvatore Deangelis, 31 yoa, of Harriman NY, for Criminal Eluding and numerous motor vehicle offenses.

On March 31, 2016, at approximately 1:54 pm, Paramus Police officers observed a 2016 Yamaha R1 motorcycle, color black,  driving at a high rate of speed, zigzagging between lanes on Route 17 north in the area of Ridgewood Avenue.
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Laurels For Elisabeth Morrow Middle School Latin Students Achieved First Place Finish For Northern New Jersey

(Englewood, New Jersey – March 31, 2016) The Elisabeth Morrow middle school Latin students achieved a 1st place finish in the Northern New Jersey, Level I Division of the National Junior Classical League’s Certamen (NJCL) recently held at Princeton University.
Certamen is a game of fast recall of facts about classical civilizations and its peoples, languages, and cultures.  The matches are supposed to be fun, competitive, and informative.  There are two types of Certamen contests for NJCL students at Convention, Open Certamen and Competitive Certamen.
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Paramus Recreation Annual Coaches Dinner

Paramus Recreation The Paramus Recreation Commission recently held its Coaches Dinner at the Florentine Gardens in River Vale.  This annual event, which had approximately 150 guests, is the Commission’s way of saying thank you to the hundreds of volunteer coaches that are vital to the programs offered by the Paramus Recreation Department.

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