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Saturday, September 21 2019 @ 05:03 AM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Saturday, September 21 2019 @ 05:03 AM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Satellite idea might fly


AIR WAVES
AIR WAVES
When Boeing announced plans in September to discontinue its high-profile Connexion in-flight Internet venture, the Carlsbad, Calif., company ViaSat saw a potentially lucrative contract essentially grounded.

But the satellite equipment maker, which built onboard modems and other avionics for Connexion, is maintaining its foothold in aviation by setting its sights on business jets.

ViaSat will supply equipment for a satellite-driven broadband-in-the-cabin service offered in partnership with Arinc, a Maryland company that specializes in aviation communications.
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U.S. still top destination for entrepreneurs, investors


TOP STOP
TOP STOP
For Mireille Gingras, the road to China's up-and-coming life science community is very much a two-way street.

Unlike many U.S. biotechs and pharmaceutical companies that are setting up shop there to take advantage of cheap research labor and manufacturing, Gingras' San Diego-based Huya International is working with Chinese universities and fledgling biotechs to license promising Chinese drug candidates and bring them to the U.S. for further development.
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Get rid of your old PC the PC way


You just got a shiny new computer or laptop from Santa. It runs circles around your old computer. But now, the eternal question: How do you get rid of your old machine?

You shouldn't put it in the trash. Computer components are toxic. Instead, there are environmentally friendly options.

But before you do anything else, remove your personal information. Otherwise, your identity could be stolen.
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Fire alarm at the senior housing complex


Fire alarm
For the second time within the week, the fire alarms sounded at the Walter Behnke Senior Housing Complex. Residents evacuating their apartments were greeted by water cascading down from the ceiling in the second floor lobby. 

The problem had been caused by a water pipe giving way and flooding that floor area and the main lobby below making it difficult to navigate the soaking wet carpeting.
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Music moves the seniors


Music moves the seniors
Seniors at the Walter Behnke Senior Housing Complex hosted by their Social Committee. Highlight of the evening was music played by Al (Mr. Sinatra) Russo and Rusty Cherone. Al sang to music accompaniment and Rusty played the tenor sax. These two gentlemen donated their time and efforts.  

Al sang versions of Frank Sinatra, his favorite, Dean Martin and Tony Bennett just to name a few. Rusty not only accompanied him on the tenor sax but also played a few solos.
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Infant born in back of Paramus Rig


By JOHN PECORARO Correspondent 

It is one of those phone calls you think only happens in the movies.. "My wife is about to have a baby". Well, on Tuesday night, the day after Christmas, in the mist of post holiday traffic, the call came in. While driving from Monsey to Hackensack Hospital, the couple pulled over in Paramus on Route 17 South Bound in the area of the Garden State Parkway. Paramus Police received the cell phone call, and immediately dispatched the Paramus Ambulance Duty Crew. The crew, which consisted of Corp members Sandi Gunderson, Vipin Khare and Shelley Solari, were at the building and responded immediately. The original report was a woman, 9 months pregnant, sixth child, in labor.
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Holiday Brunch at Community Blood Services in Paramus


On December 9th, 2006 Community Blood Services in Paramus, hosted a Holiday Brunch in honor of our dedicated volunteers at The Graycliff in Moonachie. The food was delicious and the holiday decorations at the Graycliff were beautiful as always. Volunteers work in many departments of the blood center such as donor canteen, Donor Services, Foundation Dept., Hospital Services, HLA and Cord Blood, Health fairs and special events.
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Talk to your children about drug abuse


If you're like many parents of teenagers, there was probably a moment last night, as your child left to hang out with friends, when you wondered, "Where is she going?" or "What is he going to be doing?"

But then she came home safely, and he wasn't drunk when he walked through the door, so all's well with the world this morning.

Or is it?
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Farewell Keith – Farewell Lou


Farewell
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.
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Spectrum, using advance composites, hopes new jet sales take off


FUTURE JET
FUTURE JET
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.
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