Paramus residents (l to r) Michael Mariniello, Sam Casiello, Maureen Oâ€™Brien and Patrick Oâ€™Brien, chair, Vantage Health System Board of Trustees, recently participated in Vantageâ€™s 8th Annual Golf Outing and Awards Dinner event at White Beeches Golf and Country Club in Haworth.
Vantage, a nonprofit behavioral healthcare center, provides a comprehensive range of community based mental health, addiction and eldercare services to individuals and families in Bergen County.
"...the people of our community deserve a thorough public discussion of the key issues facing them this fall
â€“ issues on which our candidates fundamentally disagree." -- Parisa Sabeti, Campaign Manager, Paul Aronsohn for Congress
Paramus -- Paul Aronsohn for Congress Campaign Manager Parisa Sabeti sent a letter today to her counterpart in the Garrett Campaign requesting four debates in four counties. The full text of the letter is below.
The new carry-on baggage restrictions recently imposed by the
Transportation and Security Administration call for some lean and mean
packing strategies. With the TSA banning liquids from carry-on bags,
it's time to organize your suitcase contents, leave nonessentials
behind and substitute smaller, generic products for some of your old
Here are a few tips to help get you through airport security and to your destination with minimal stress and maximum efficiency.
In addition to labeling your prescription medications, people with
certain medications should also consider carrying a letter from their
doctor on letterhead explaining the medicine or device.
On Saturday, August 19, 2006 at 12:15, Westfield GSP played host to a Back to School fashion show conducted by Carol Sobh of Runway Productions. The show was sponsored by Washington Mutual who with The Record and Legal Seafoods manned tables at the show. Among the stores taking part were Lord & Taylor, Steve Madden, Stride Rite, Coach, Geox, Childrenâ€™s Place, Guess, Marcianno, Oakley, Quiksilver, Image, Ariella. Payless & Sephora.
You are not alone. Your dog or cat may be suffering as well.
Pets have similar phobias to owners. Among the most common are their fears of loud noises such as thunderstorms and being separated from their owners. Another is the dislike of being alone.
"That is Abby," said Michele Zeno of Lake Township, Ohio, introducing her dog. "She constantly wants attention."Abby was found, along with her 14 puppies, and taken to the Stark County Humane Society where Zeno got her. Whether or not that has anything to do with her dependency, Zeno isn't sure.
In addition to announcing the Tongue Twisting Champion via publicity efforts during the week of August 14, we will also be releasing details about a Pretzel Perfect Celebration! The media message will focus on how proud Auntie Anneâ€™s is of all the participants and in turn is celebrating with everyone in America by giving away free Original and Cinnamon Sugar pretzels on Saturday, August 19, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. For Paramus, this will take place at Paramus Park Mall on the 2nd floor.
Mall shoppers across North America will have no excuse but to give in and start a pretzel fetish. Weâ€™ll be giving away Original and Cinnamon Sugar pretzels to everyone who walks up to our counters.
Veteran is Inspiration Behind â€œOperation Salami Dropâ€ Project That has Shipped 18 Tons of Salami to U.S. Troops
NEWARK, N.J. â€“ On Tuesday, August 22nd at 1:00pm United States Senator and World War II veteran Frank R. Lautenberg (D-NJ) will hand-deliver the long overdue Bronze Star to Sam Brummer for his heroism during the D-Day invasion of Europe in June of 1944.
Lautenberg will present Brummer with the medal during a ceremony at Hobbyâ€™s Delicatessen and Restaurant in Newark, New Jersey, a landmark eatery that has been owned by the Brummer family since 1962.
It's a nice place for a vacation - if you're an aspiring sword-maker.
The Southern Wisconsin town is home to Albion Swords, one of only a few shops nationwide where a person can learn how to make his own sword.
"It's something you won't know if you want to do until you try it," said Albion Swords owner Howard Waddell. "Most people have this idea in their minds that it's like in the beginning of the movie 'Conan the Barbarian.' That you just take a piece of metal, heat it up and stick it in a pile of snow and there you go. But there's a lot more that goes into it."