The fire at the Tom Sawyer Diner was fierce and hot necessitating the assistance of several other townâ€™s fire departments. While www.ParamusPost.com was not able to be there, our friend and Democrat candidate for a Paramus Council , Denis Niland, was kind enough to send us a picture so that we could show our readers. Thank you Denis!
PARAMUS, NJ â€“ The SINAI School, the regionâ€™s leading educational program for Jewish children and young adults with special needs, opened its first full-time Jewish elementary school program in Northern New Jersey at Yavneh Academy, 155 Farview Ave., Paramus, with the start of the new school year.
A total of 17 students from Bergen, Passaic, and Rockland counties are enrolled in SINAI at Yavneh programs for children between the ages of five and nine. Grades are divided into three self-contained classes that cater to individual academic and developmental needs.
On Saturday, September 23, Berkeley College will sponsor its 2nd Annual Charity Car Show at our Paramus Campus. The event will run from 1 PM to 5 PM rain or shine. All proceeds go to benefit The Valley Hospital, a not-for-profit medical care facility in Ridgewood, New Jersey.
When Cathy Perry's blood pressure and cholesterol began climbing and her waist expanded by a few inches, she blamed middle age. When her memory became fuzzy and she frequently forgot familiar names and phone numbers, she attributed it to impending menopause. And when she seemed to catch every cold and virus that went around, she pointed to her two kids.
Her doctor, however, said just one culprit could be responsible for many of her symptoms: stress.
Gary F. Porter, Ph.D., Academic Vice President of Bergen Community College
Dr. Gary Porter, Academic Vice President of Bergen Community College, has been selected as one of only 24 community college leaders to attend the prestigious Executive Leadership Institute to be held in Tempe, AZ, December 3-8, 2006.
Sponsored by the League for Innovation in the Community College in cooperation with the University of Texas at Austin and the American Association of Community Colleges, the Instituteâ€™s purpose is to provide an opportunity for potential community college presidents or those in transition to review their abilities and interests, to refine their skills, and to participate in discussions on leadership with other community college leaders.
Concussions, skull fractures and brain hemorrhages.
Now that we have your attention, consider that all these injuries can be suffered by children seeking fun and physical activity.
Thus, the proliferation of helmets for the sports children play and the activities in which they are engaged.
"Sure, it's a pain," commented Cheryl Hostetler, as she helped her protesting 4-year-old daughter strap on a bicycle helmet for a humid afternoon ride through their Lake Township allotment. "But we decided long ago that there are too many chances to get hurt really bad without a helmet."
Hostetler is representative of most parents whose children's safety takes priority over protestation. No one takes safety helmets for youngsters more seriously than physician and father J. Douglas Yeakel.