The last meeting of the year for the Mayor and Council primarily centered around the retirement of two Councilmen. Keith Zakheim, the lone Republican, retired after a two year term and Councilman Lou Romano after his one year term.
Senator Joseph Coniglio was on hand to present these two dedicated Paramus residents with a memorial plaque. Mayor Tedesco presented them with pictures and plaques plus many glowing words of praise.
After decades developing small aircraft for corporate aviation, Linden Blue says business jets aren't just for the super-rich anymore.
As founder and chief executive of Spectrum Aeronautical in Cardiff, Calif., Blue has been overseeing work on a very light jet that he says embodies new technologies and represents a new wave in commercial aviation.
I often get inquisitive looks when I tell people I picked up the chandelier in my bedroom from the side of the road. Or that the old Zenith console radio in my living room was destined for a landfill, had I not been able to persuade a relative with a pickup truck to retrieve it from a stranger's curbside.
Oh, and that vintage cookie jar on top of the fridge? It didn't come from Grandma.
How old does Junior really have to be before you can feel safe leaving him at home alone?
He no longer fits into the shopping cart, and he's quite capable of slapping together his own peanut butter sandwich. Your friendly neighbor is always home, spying from behind parted curtains, ready to leap from her front door at the first sign of danger - or at least, the first soul who wanders suspiciously onto your street.
Besides, Junior has got your cell-phone number, and he's not afraid to use it.
Stark County (Ohio) Children Services workers point out that there's no law against leaving your kid home alone or even in charge of younger children.
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Bergen Community Collegeâ€”in partnership with the Northern New Jersey Disabilities Networkâ€”will host its third-annual Disability Awareness Week (D.A.W.) from Monday, January 22nd to Friday, January 26th on the Main Campus, 400 Paramus Road, Paramus.
In efforts to help the campus community recognize the challenges and triumphs of people with disabilities, D.A.W. will offer a number of activities, training sessions and feature events, including two guest speakers, disability activist, motivational speaker and poet, Lederick R. Horne and comedienne, actress and activist, Maysoon Zayid. All events are free and are open to the public.
It is a year now since Bob, Marvin and I have met. After 62 years, a phone call brought us together, a phone call made by Alexis Fabrikant, my wonderful, and then unknown, niece. For those that donâ€™t know or remember the history, check the end of this story for the URLs. They still bring tears to my eyes, fond tears! How does one acclimate to new siblings, to a new family, especially when they live hundreds of miles apart and have their own offspring?