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The Quarter at Tropicana Casino & Resort Marks 10 Year Anniversary

Entertainment complex remains one of the largest nongaming expansion in the history of Atlantic City

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (October 9, 2014) — This November Tropicana Casino & Resort will celebrate the 10 year anniversary of The Quarter. The $285 million dining, shopping and entertainment complex, heralded by many as the first Las Vegas-style destination in Atlantic City, marked its anticipated debut on November 23, 2004.

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HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley Announces the Appointment of Rafael Levin, M.D., Chief of Spine

Dr. Rafael Levin
Westwood, NJ – If you ask Rafael Levin, M.D. why he agreed to take on the extra responsibilities of heading the Spine Service at HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley, he might say: “it’s complicated.” There’s a bit of nostalgia involved, for sure. He vividly remembers bringing his first surgical patient to the hospital in 2004, soon after he moved from New York City and joined Comprehensive Spine Care in Emerson, NJ. 
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Bergen County Technical Schools to Open Location at College

PARAMUS, N.J. – Officials from Bergen Community College and the Bergen County Technical Schools have signed an agreement establishing a technology high school program residing at the College’s main campus. The inaugural class of approximately 20 ninth-grade students will enter the Applied Technology High School in September 2015. This four-year high school program will allow students to earn college credits that can be applied toward an associate degree at Bergen. This associate degree will enable students to enter the workforce as engineering support technologists, or matriculate to a four-year college to earn a B.S. degree in a related engineering or technology field. Hands-on technological training experiences, internships, and an industry-recognized certification will complement the academic curriculum.

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Paramus Empire Beauty Donates To Save Our Sisters Now Known As Center For Hope And Safety

Empire Beauty School Save Our Sisters has long been the recipient of Empire Beauty school's annual donations. The school, specially opening on a Saturday, gets together and cuts and styles hair to raise funds for this worthy cause. Quite recently, Save  Our Sisters has changed its name to more generically represent the scope of its service. It is now known as Center For Hope And Safety which better reflects its purpose, www,hopeandsafetynj.org .  Having recently moved to Rochelle Park, the charity is  better able to handle the wide scope of calls that it gets which now includes the male gender.

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Local Farming and Agriculture in Bergen County

Presented by Ron Binaghi, Jr - Owner, Stokes Farm, Old Tappan, NJ

Tuesday, October 28, 2014 at 7:30 PM

County Administration Building, One Bergen Plaza, Hackensack, N.J., 1st Floor Meeting Room

(Home of the County Extension Office)

Refreshments at 7:00 PM   Announcements at 7:20 PM

Do you ever wonder about production agriculture, local farming, in Bergen County or the challenges of any agriculture operation in Bergen County? 

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Ho-Ho-Kus Garden Club Presentation “The ABC’s of Bees”

On Monday October 27, 2014, the Ho-Ho-Kus and Saddle River Garden Clubs will have a joint meeting with a special program on “The ABC’s of Beekeeping“, with Frank Mortimer, President of the NorthEast New Jersey Beekeeping Association. Frank will give an overview to the exciting and fact filled world of Bees & Beekeeping. His presentation will include why Honey Bees are so important to us, the latest buzz surrounding bees, and common myths and misconceptions surrounding bees. Come and catch the Buzz!
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Watch out Rookie! These Zombie Baseball Players are Out to Get You

With 21 days till Halloween, Scareland Stadium’s zombie baseball players and coaches delight in terrorizing new recruits who dare to venture into their ghastly stadium
Augusta, N.J. – Sept. 10, 2014 – Ever dream about playing pro-baseball? Scareland Stadium is offering the chance of a lifetime to any and all rookie guys or gals who dare “try out” for their team. Come and visit the coach’s office, the locker room, showers, training room, doctor’s examining room, bullpen and dugout – and find out why this team is having trouble keeping players in the draft.
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26th Annual International Vocal Competition Coming to bergenPAC

--Application Deadline October 31, 2014--

(Fort Lee, New Jersey; October 8, 2014) – Artistic Director Lucine Amara invites vocalists of all ages around the world to apply now to the New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera 26th Annual International Vocal Competition. The application deadline is October 31, 2014.

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Opposition Grows As Oakland Passes Resolution Against Pilgrim Pipeline

Officials Take First Step in Protecting Residents from New Oil Infrastructure

Oakland, NJ --This week Oakland council voted unanimously in favor of a resolution to oppose the Pilgrim Pipeline. In addition to opposing the newly proposed infrastructure, the resolution calls for a moratorium on surveying and project planning within the municipality and for a thorough environmental review to be conducted to assess the project’s environmental impacts. By passing this resolution, Oakland joins Parsippany, Montville and Watchung in taking the first step to protect its residents and environment from the potential impacts that would come with the construction and operation of a new pipeline in the community.
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Medicare Part B and prescription drug premiums for New Jerseyans are $24.7 million lower than predicted for 2015

2015 Medicare Part B Premiums and Deductibles to Remain the Same as Last Two Years

Secretary of Health and Human Services Sylvia Burwell announced today that next year’s standard Medicare Part B monthly premium and deductible will remain the same as the last two years.  This leaves more of seniors’ cost of living adjustment from Social Security in their pockets.

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