We read the article entitled “They put open space ahead of their profit” (The Record A-5, 5/12/2007) and would like to commend the Trawinski brothers for placing the environment ahead of profit. The company’s owners deserve to be honored for sparing this tract and others should make this type of commitment.
NEW YORK -- May 3, 2006 -- When Royal Caribbean International’s newest cruise ship Freedom of the Seas debuts in New York Harbor on May 12, it will not only mark a series of “firsts” for the cruise industry, it will also indelibly mark the life of Cassandra Stone of Paramus, New Jersey whose artwork will grace the staircase of the world’s largest cruise ship as it sails the ocean blue.
The "NJ Boating Basics" meets the State of New Jersey - Division of State Police Marine Law Enforcement requirements for boat safety education, this course is approved by the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA). This course is also recognized by the US Coast Guard as acceptable to the National Recreational Boating Safety Program.
Recently, the Kindergarten students in Ms. Wendrychowicz's class and their Fourth Grade Buddies in Miss Ehlers' class worked together on a service learning project to benefit the Ridge Ranch community. After discussing the need to take care of the Earth, they took to the schoolyard picking up trash and planting flowers to beautify their school.
Triathletes of all Ages and Abilities are Invited to compete June 3rd, June 9th, Aug 18th, Aug 26th at Lake Sebago, Harriman State Park, NY
Tri-state area triathletes of all ages and abilities can challenge themselves in four new triathlons this summer in the new 2007 SBR Triathlon Series scheduled for June 3rd, June 9th, August 18th, and August 26th at Lake Sebago, Harriman State Park in New York.
Physician James Ochi usually plays the role of healer on trips to impoverished communities in developing nations, but last November in Uganda, he traded his stethoscope for a camera.
Ochi was playing the role of chronicler when he entered the hospital room of a 3-year-old girl who was near death after being ravaged by malaria, a curable disease that is still common in many poor countries.
From the breaching humpback to the gargantuan blue, the great whales are unmatched by any other animal species in terms of sheer size and spectacle. Their grandeur is both their bane and their blessing.
For centuries, of course, whales were perceived and pursued as a consummate source of food and oil. Commercial hunting decimated them.
The graduating class of Paterson Eastside High School January 1942 held its 65th Reunion this past Sunday. Over 50 people attended! Commendations to the Class President and Vice President, who happen to be married to each other, were presented from Paramus Mayor James Tedesco. Paterson Mayor Jose ‘Joey’ Torres was contacted at the last moment and he also sent Commendations to the committee for their 65 years of dedication.