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Mobile testing will be offered to county residents with or without symptoms Paramus, N.J. – Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco announces that the County of Bergen and Bergen New Bridge Medical Center will partner to bring mobile testing to communities across the county starting next Tuesday, May 12.
by Post on 05/09 10:44PM - Story - 378 Hits
2.Tedesco Celebrates Exciting New Chapter for County Hospital
Freeholders and BCIA Approve Care Plus Bergen As New Tenant-Operator (Hackensack)- This morning, Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco, the Bergen County Board of Chosen Freeholders, and the Bergen County Improvement Authority celebrated a new chapter for New Jersey’s largest hospital, as a group led by Care Plus Bergen with third ...
by Post on 07/14 12:51PM - Story - 706 Hits
3.The Mask by Taylor Stevens
If you are a Taylor Stevens fan, and I am one of them, go to your nearest bookstore and obtain a copy. The book will be there in about a week. Stevens has lost none of her rapid and intriguing pace in this novel. The nice part is that even ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/24 09:42AM - Story - 1,163 Hits
4.Five Ways to Increase Your Chances of Mortgage Approval
In the past five years, the amount of free-flowing money in the financial system has plummeted. Buyers that would have not been given a second glance in their attempts to secure a large mortgage are now being more carefully evaluated due to increased caution on behalf of banks over taking ...
by Angela Sanders on 12/10 01:51AM - Story - 1,692 Hits
5. What to Know Before Selling A Watch
Selling used watches needn’t be an arduous process. When a watch hasn’t been sold before, its owner might not know what to do. By being aware of the following, there’ll be a lot of interest in a watch especially from professional watch buyers.
by Angela Sanders on 11/12 07:00AM - Story - 1,516 Hits
6.Claimed By The Cult: A Mother’s Fight To Rescue Her Son-Author Recounts Experience Saving Her Son From A Religious Cult
... lived through every mother’s worst nightmare – her child was taken from her. In her emotional and soul-baring memoir, Rescuing Randy, Paulson tells of the arduous journey she and her family began to retrieve her son from a dangerous devotion. Exposing the disturbing effects and distress caused by cult life, ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 01/15 02:53PM - Story - 2,546 Hits
7.Officials Say Local Utility Crews NOT "Turned Away" In NY/NJ
- Officials from Huntsville Utilities, Joe Wheeler EMC and Decatur Utilities say they were not turned away by the IBEW for refusing to unionize. A media firestorm erupted this morning after other local media outlets reported that utility crews from the Tennessee Valley were turned away after arriving in areas ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 11/02 04:39PM - Story - 1,529 Hits
8.Electric Companies Deploy Nationwide Response to Restore Power
... Encountering to Delay Effort. An army of more than 53,000 utility workers from around the country, and as far away as Canada, California and Washington state, is joining forces to begin the arduous task of restoring electricity to millions of Americans whose power was interrupted by Hurricane Sandy’s massive wake.
by Mel Fabrikant on 11/01 04:07PM - Story - 849 Hits
9.A Daunting Path: Daughter Tells Of Mother’s Dementia. Author Recounts Love, Confusion, Frustration During Slow Decline
... the people that help them. Elaine Pereira tells her mother’s story in her new book, I Will Never Forget: A Daughter’s Story of Her Mother’s Arduous and Humorous Journey Through Dementia. The book features Pereira’s experiences as the sole guardian of a mother with a slowly weakening memory. Coupled with ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 07/17 02:30PM - Story - 932 Hits
10.Mayor Rich LaBarbiera Shows His Appreciation For Paramus Workers
Mayor Rich LaBarbiera Shows His Appreciation Not only were the workers who helped keep Paramus clear and safe during the Irene Hurricane and the devastating snowstorm afterwards thanked at the Mayor and Council Meeting, but Mayor Rich LaBarbiera went a step further. Assisted by DPW Director Guy Picone and Administrative ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 11/27 04:03PM - Story - 1,364 Hits
11.Social Security Article - Celebrating 75 Years
Michael J. Astrue Get up-to-date information about our programs and benefits at www.socialsecurity.gov. And, if you're ready to file, Apply Online for Retirement Benefits. It's so easy! Celebrating 75 Years By Michael J. Astrue Commissioner of Social Security This month Social Security, the most successful domestic program in our nation’s ...
by Anonymous on 08/13 03:58PM - Story - 1,063 Hits
12.Mayor and Council Meeting June 22, 2010
Meeting 06-22-10 Cinderella was safe as the Mayor and Council meeting ended slightly before 11:30 PM. Taking up much of the time was what might be called a ‘turf war’. Many residents and members of the Board of Education got up to speak before the Mayor and Council on the ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/24 08:12AM - Story - 1,279 Hits
13.New Jersey Restaurant Association Applauds Christie’s Move to Limit Tax Hit to Employers on Unemployment Insurance
... Governor’s Proposed Changes Would Minimize Economic Hardship on Businesses Governor Chris Christie’s proposed changes to the state’s unemployment system will take the bite out of arduous tax provisions that threaten the economic viability of thousands of businesses across the state, the New Jersey Restaurant Association (NJRA) said today. The NJRA ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 02/25 06:48PM - Story - 1,453 Hits
14.Nine-Year Old Upper Saddle River Girl Makes Her Birthday Wish Come True For Patients At Joseph M. Sanzari Children’s Hospital
Briana Padilla Birthday Toys to TCF Nine-year-old Briana Padilla of Upper Saddle River did what most other nine-year-old girls do on their birthdays – she had a party. However, instead of unwrapping all the presents from her friends and deciding which toy trunk in the house to put them in, ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/01 10:33AM - Story - 1,730 Hits
15.Paramus Sunrise Rotary and Meals on Wheels
Temporarily shelving plans for the big fundraiser, President Anthony Iacono ceded the floor to Kevin Behnke from the Paramus Rotary Club. Kevin, their Community Service Director, touched base with our Community Service Director, Police Chief Rick Cary. He sought volunteers to help with the meals On Wheels Program and got ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 02/10 05:29PM - Story - 1,447 Hits
16.From Us to You
... Year. It has been a pleasure to bring forth news and articles of a wholesome nature. Your interest has forced us to enlarge our capacity, arduous but welcome. We are looking forward to serving you and your needs in the year of 2009. Sam and Sophie Stone, Publishers, Mel Fabrikant, ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 01/02 03:38PM - Story - 1,077 Hits
17.Nursing shortage has hospitals looking south of the border to fill the ranks
NURSING SHORTAGE EL CENTRO, Calif. - For years, the Imperial Valley's largest hospital has grappled not only with the national nursing shortage but with a lack of Spanish-speaking nurses able to communicate easily with the Latino patients who fill most of the beds. The solution may be right next door, ...
by Sandra Dibble on 02/11 04:34AM - Story - 16,538 Hits
18.'Once' is so good, you should see it twice
'ONCE' Every once in a while, a movie comes along that is so good, so refreshingly real and so honest and entertaining that it gets you through all those contrived studio products and reminds you why you pay those ridiculous prices at the ticket booth. "Once" (Fox, 4 stars) is ...
by Robert J Hawkins on 12/17 01:13AM - Story - 1,350 Hits
19.Achieving a Ph.D. – meet Dr. Tara Romanczyk
Dr. Tara Romanczyk After years of research in the field of neuroscience, Tara Romanczyk passed all the requirements for her doctorate on September 7, 2007. Attending USUHS ( The Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences) this ‘brainy’ graduate student concentrated on the brain using goldfish as her subject.
by Mel Fabrikant on 09/15 05:41AM - Story - 4,721 Hits
20.Stallone returns for a flyweight melodrama
'ROCKY BALBOA' Yo, Adrian's dead. And Rocky Balboa is none too happy about it. Feels cheated. Out of life. Like he tells that useless lump Paulie, he's got a pain inside that needs to get out. So, that's kind of how the Italian Stallion ends up fighting the heavyweight champion ...
by Robert J Hawkins on 03/19 01:38AM - Story - 1,667 Hits
21.Gather 'round, pilgrims, and test your knowledge of Turkey Day trivia
TURKEY TRIVIA The NFL game on television is so boring you wouldn't watch the second half if Vince Lombardi himself walked through the front door and held a gun to your head. The turkey tranquilizer you ingested an hour ago is making your midsection press uncomfortably against your already unbuckled ...
by Anonymous on 11/13 12:04AM - Story - 3,994 Hits
22.Paramus Senior Citizen Gala: Cultural Affair
... The First Annual Senior Citizen Gala was presented at the Senior Center by members of the CEO (Community Enrichment Organization). These young people did an arduous task of decorating the entry and the hall as well as producing food, music and dancing entertainment. Guidance Counselor (and Councilwoman) Connie Wagner and ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 08/31 03:29PM - Story - 2,473 Hits
23.Paramus receives $350.000 for tax relief; new police officers sworn in
Mayor and Council Meeting Senator Joseph Coniglio, Assembly people Joan Voss and Bob Gordon, presented Mayor Tedesco with a $350,000 check from the state dedicated to property tax relief. This brought their total donation to Paramus so far to ½ million dollars. 9-1-1 was mentioned with $74,000 donated before 2005 ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 08/31 01:36PM - Story - 3,195 Hits
24.Zoos have prescription for avian flu
... or a colorful little Micronesian kingfisher, which is extinct in the wild. But San Diego Zoo officials say past maladies, such as the exotic Newcastle disease three years ago, have prepared them for the arduous steps that will be needed if a virulent form of avian influenza crosses American shores.
by Anonymous on 03/12 02:54PM - Story - 5,113 Hits
25.Paramus Police Training Department
Paramus Police Training Department Police Chief Fred Corrubia assigned the training department for this month's highlight. Appropriately it was done on the day that the training department under the leadership of Sgt. John Scully and augmented by Patrolman Rich Erhardt will distribute defibrillators to be used in each police car. ...
by Paramus Post on 02/06 01:50PM - Story - 11,546 Hits
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