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Sunday, May 27 2018 @ 03:48 PM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

“Habitat Bergen Dedicates the Oritani House in Waldwick”


On August 18, 2011, Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County will celebrate the generosity of the OritaniBank Charitable Foundation.  Their $100,000 donation “turned on the lights” for the D’Annibale Family who will move into their new Habitat home in Waldwick later that month.  Sandra D’Annibale is a single mother raising five children, currently all living in a cramped one-bedroom apartment.  “Habitat Bergen and Oritani have changed my life in more ways than one.  They have not only given my family a home to call our own at a price I can afford, this experience has opened my eyes to the wonderful Habitat for Humanity organization that helps so many people throughout the world,” said D’Annibale.

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Rainbows of Hope Program at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center Provides Free Cancer Screenings to Passaic County Residents


The Rainbows of Hope Program at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center in Paterson, New Jersey, offers free breast, cervical, prostate and colorectal cancer screenings to low-income residents who have no medical insurance in Passaic County.  Cancer screenings are offered Monday through Friday by appointments only. Screenings are made possible through the New Jersey Cancer Education and Early Detection (NJCEED) Program, a program of the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services (NJHDSS), and by the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation, North Jersey affiliate. The purpose of these grants is to deliver early cancer screening services to those who are uninsured and underinsured to reduce cancer mortality in Passaic County.

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St. Joseph’s Dialysis Units Receive 5 Diamond Patient Safety Status - Assurance of Patient Safety and Quality of Care


All three St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center (SJRMC) affiliated Dialysis Units – the St. Joseph’s Satellite Dialysis Center at 11 Getty Avenue, Paterson, the SJRMC hospital-based unit, and the Willowbrook Dialysis Unit – have received “5 Diamond Patient Safety Status” from Quality Insights Renal Network Three (QIRN3).

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Sir Speedy in Pleasantville Now Provides Sales Leads Online


Online mailing list ordering helps business customers with targeted direct mail campaigns

— Susana Lara and Carlos Bernard, owners of Sir Speedy located at 467 Bedford Rd. announce that their business is now offering customers the ability to order mailing lists online via their Sir Speedy website. Business customers will have access to consumer, business, new homeowner, and new mover data to help them with their prospecting efforts.

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Dr. Manny Alvarez, of Hackensack University Medical Center, will discuss “The Mysteries of Pregnancy” at Bergen, September 16th


Dr. Manny Alvarez, Chairman of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Science at Hackensack University Medical Center, will discuss “The Mysteries of Pregnancy” at Bergen Community College on Friday, September 16, 2011 at 7 p.m. in the Moses Family Meeting and Training Center on the College’s main campus in Paramus.

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Over 50% Of Marriages In Today’s Modern Culture End In Divorce


Over 50% of marriages in today’s modern culture end in divorce.  Many people wonder why, and the book, The Perfect Marriage, by Sherry Gripman may have at least one good reason.  People simply need to make sure that they are doing the right thing before they enter into such an important union.

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Change Your World By Hosting An Exchange Student


Nonprofit seeks volunteer host families for foreign exchange students before August 15.
Center for Cultural Interchange (CCI), the well-respected, nonprofit student exchange organization, seeks volunteer host families to host exchange students for the 2011-12 school year. Each year, CCI provides over 1000 exchange students from over 50 countries the opportunity to study in local public high schools for a five-month semester or a 10-month Academic High School Year.
“Host families make all of the difference,” said Allison Graham, Outreach and Training manager.  “They influence a young adult’s life, changing world views and making dreams come true. When the family is so willing to give, they have just as many rewarding and enriching experiences as the student.”

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The Children of St. Minerva


When Lauren Rutledge finds the son she gave up at birth for a better life than she could offer, she finds that he, Josh, has been charged  with murdering  the wife and daughter of a wealthy businessman under strange circumstances.  Euphoria quickly turns to alarm when Lauren realizes that to accept her son, she must taint the reputation of her well-to-do husband.  Throughout the dilemma, she leans on the support of her life-long mentor, Minnie Jenkins, and an old flame, Dylan Wesley, the owner of the popular Club Macaly.

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Carly Phillips: Where it All Began - NY Times Bestselling Author’s Foundational Work Now Out in E-Book


Years ago, New York Times bestselling author Carly Phillips tossed away her legal briefs and a career as an attorney to become a stay-at-home mom.  Within the year, she turned her love of reading into an obsession with writing.  Over 25 published novels later, Phillips’ sexy contemporary romances are widely praised, displaying her top-shelf writing skill, as well as an empathy that allows her to consistently strike the perfect balance between entertainment and deep emotional understanding.

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Fairway Market Cancels Fireman Cook-Off Scheduled For Tomorrow, Sunday August 14


Dear Mel,
After several hours of debate, checking, and rechecking the weather forecast in Paramus, we have decided that it is best to CANCEL the Firefighter Cook-Off event that was scheduled for tomorrow, Sunday, August 14 at Fairway Market Paramus due to the significant chance of rain.

This was a very difficult call to make as the firefighter Cook-Off events are something that Fairway truly loves and passionately supports, however we believe it is the most prudent decision for the safety of the participants and attendees.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Sincerely,
The Fairway Market Team

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Could Facebook have saved Romeo and Juliet? By David Gray


Imagine Romeo and Juliet on Facebook.
What’s on your mind?
Romeo: Crashing party at Capulet’s tonight!
Juliet: Relationship Status: Betrothed
Juliet: WTF? Romeo is a Montague???
Romeo: Screw the feud… In a relationship!
Juliet: Lots to tell but NOS (Nurse Over Shoulder)
Romeo: Relationship Status: Married
Juliet: Married
 

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A Woman’s Personal Safety Isn’t a Statistic By Alan Jacobson and Mark Safarik


A toddler awakens with a fever, so his mother drives to the store for a bottle of Children’s Motrin. It’s only 10pm and she lives in a well-regarded middle class neighborhood, so it’s not a big deal. Right?

According to the FBI Uniform Crime Report (UCR), violent crime in America has trended down 1.5% in the past five years. That’s good news, for sure. But what does it really mean for the average woman going about her daily life? There’s no argument that a reduction in violent crime is desirable. Fewer assaults, rapes, and murders is undeniably significant, but the UCR and other such metrics are statistics, trends, and percentages. For an individual going to work, the mall or a friend’s house, there is little direct correlation with such averages. For a woman, dangers and risks abound, and knowing that there’s been a 4.4% year-over-year reduction in violent crime the past two years does not amount to much when she’s at the wrong end of a sexual assault—or worse, murder. In short, criminals don’t read these reports. If a sexual predator sees a woman who interests him and he perceives that the risk for him is minimal because she is not taking steps to protect herself, she will be victimized.

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Rapide Transit: Aston Martin's Four-Door 'Coupe' Has Sports-Car Brawn and Family Function



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  Maybe you can't buy love, but you can buy beauty. And in automotive flesh, beauty runs about a quarter of a million dollars for the 2011 Aston Martin Rapide Luxe.  The 470-horsepower, V-12 Rapide has one of those designs that causes people to stop, stare and buy a lottery ticket. My wife took one look at it parked in the driveway and said she had the urge to take off her clothes and lie naked on the hood. That's another reason men buy these cars.

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NAI Hanson Markets 36,926 SF Land Site in Paterson, N.J.


- Site Offers Quick and Convenient Access to Routes 80 and 19 -  NAI James E. Hanson, a leading New Jersey-based commercial real estate firm, is pleased to announce that the firm is marketing a 36,926-square-foot tract of land at 164 Grand Street in Paterson, N.J. The plot of land is near the International High School and Stanley M. Levine Reservoir, not far from Downtown Paterson in Passaic County. It is available immediately.

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More Than ‘Friends’ The Creative Group Survey Shows Increasing Use Of Social Media For Business


Facebook may be where you catch up with pals, but a new survey by The Creative Group confirms it’s increasingly a place for business. Nearly half (46 percent) of advertising and marketing executives interviewed said they currently use Facebook for professional purposes. Fifty-six percent of respondents expect to take advantage of this social network for business in the next three years

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Rochelle Park Police Patrol At Work


Officers' Chris Bermudez And Chris Rios removed four suspended drivers from the roadway during their shift on August 8th.  The suspended operators were issued summonses for Driving While Suspended as well as other motor vehicle infractions.  Those cited included:

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Summer Safety Tips for Boaters Looking for a Good Swim


“Boating and swimming often go hand-in-hand,” says BoatUS Director of Damage Avoidance Bob Adriance, “but adding alcohol to that mix can lead to some unintended outcomes.” Charged with combing through the BoatUS Marine Insurance Claims files to identify unsafe boating behaviors and help boaters avoid injury or accidents, Adriance knows what he’s talking about. “People know not to drink and drive a boat, but they don’t always know that it’s not a good idea to drink and swim,” he added.

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On-the-Water Towing Company Races to Save Unconscious Boater


This past Saturday, August 6, was a calm and sunny day in British Columbia’s Gulf Islands – until alarms suddenly came over the VHF radio at Captain Nick Boychuck’s Vessel Assist Gulf Islands, a local recreational boat towing and salvage company located on Salt Spring Island. A mayday had been issued for a nearby vessel reporting a smoke condition off Conover Cove on Wallace Island.

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Massachusetts General Physician Visits Englewood Hospital’s Acclaimed Breast Care Center


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Designated by the U.S. Congress in 1994 as a national model for breast cancer diagnosis and management, The Leslie Simon Breast Care and Cytodiagnosis Center at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center is a model for breast care centers around the world.  Highly acclaimed for humanistic, state-of-the-art and personalized care, the Center is visited frequently by experts from notable medical centers nationwide, interested in adopting “the Englewood model.” 

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Sheriff’s Office Partners With Adopt-a-Soldier Platoon Youth Leadership Academy Cadets Hold Collection Drive for Troops



Sheriff’s Office Partners With Adopt-a-Soldier Platoon Youth Leadership Academy Cadets Hold Collection Drive for Troops in Afghanistan.

The Bergen County Sheriff’s Office and PBA Local 134 is pleased to announce a partnership with Adopt-a-Soldier Platoon, Inc., a local nonprofit organization that sends care packages to U.S. troops deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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