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1.Bergen County’s Annual Road Resurfacing Initiative Sets Records
... Expects to Resurface Nearly 30 miles of Roads Hackensack, N.J. – As of November 2019, the County of Bergen has installed nearly 87,000 tons of asphalt this year – more than any previous year— as part of its 2019 Road Resurfacing Initiative and continuing commitment to maintaining the County’s infrastructure.  ...
by Post on 11/09 01:51PM - Story - 175 Hits
2.Bergen County Executive, Freeholders Announce $43K Community Development Grant for Maywood;
$23K Community Development Grant for Moonachie Funding Will Make Bus Stop and Crosswalk Barrier Free in Maywood; Add Playground Equipment to St. Joseph Street Park in Moonachie Hackensack, N.J. – Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco and the Bergen County Board of Chosen Freeholders have announced that nearly $43,000 in grant ...
by Post on 05/22 01:40PM - Story - 689 Hits
3.Bergen County Executive, Freeholders Announce $51k Community Development Grant for Township of Washington
Funding Will Add ADA-Compliant Parking and Accessibility for Clark and Gardner Fields Hackensack, N.J. – Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco and the Bergen County Board of Chosen Freeholders have announced that more than $50,000 in grant funding has been approved for the Township of Washington after adoption by the Freeholders ...
by Post on 04/16 06:26PM - Story - 415 Hits
4.Score a Hole in One with Habitat Bergen on September 21st
ORADELL, N.J., August 21, 2015 – Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County (Habitat Bergen) will hold its 4th Annual Invitational Golf Tournament on Monday, September 21st at Knickerbocker Country Club in Tenafly, NJ. In addition to enjoying 18 holes on the gorgeous greens of Knickerbocker Country Club, guests will have the opportunity ...
by Press Release on 08/21 01:57PM - Story - 1,420 Hits
5.After Dog Is Left in Hot Car, PETA Offers Bergen County Tips for Safeguarding Animals During Hot Weather
Group Warns Against Leaving Animal Companions in Vehicles Bergen County, N.J. — PETA receives reports every year about animals who experience horrifying deaths after being left outside or in hot cars during the summer months. Just this past Monday, a dog was found languishing in a parked car in Tenafly ...
by Press Release on 07/29 06:12PM - Story - 1,437 Hits
6.Celebrating New Leadership Roles at the Hackensack University Medical Center Foundation
The HackensackUMC Foundation Board of Trustees has welcomed leaders in three key positions. Joseph M. Sanzari has assumed the role of chairman of the HackensackUMC Foundation Board of Trustees. In this role, Sanzari chairs the board’s Executive Committee. Samuel S. Raia is a member of the Executive Committee and is ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 08/02 08:30PM - Story - 1,708 Hits
7.Bikers Mark a Fundraising Milestone in Annual Charity Run to Support HackensackUMC Patients and Programs
Bikers rode in full force to support Hackensack University Medical Center’s patients and programs in the HackensackUMC Foundation’s 13th Annual Motorcycle Charity Run. Breaking a rainy streak that persisted the past few years, skies were sunny and the pavement was dry as more than 600 bikers took to the streets ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 07/19 05:15PM - Story - 1,091 Hits
8.Statement from National Council of Nonprofits on Sequestration Cuts and the Damage to Nonprofits Serving Local Communities
... “Nonprofits have been in limbo for months already due to sequestration’s uncertainty, with contract renewals held up as states and localities wait to see how they are affected by the cuts. While for-profit road-builders cease laying asphalt until payments are guaranteed, nonprofits continue providing needed services in their local communities.
by Mel Fabrikant on 03/03 02:18PM - Story - 1,315 Hits
9.Take your Xbox on the Go With the New Windows Phones 8!
Want to take your gaming experience on the go? The recently debuted Windows Phones 8 offerings allow users to connect and play with friends and are packed with features that maximize your gaming experience on a mobile device. • Display. The Windows Phone 8X by HTC has a 4.3” HD-resolution ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 12/03 05:47PM - Story - 969 Hits
10.Avidan Management Closes 2011 - Strong Leasing Velocity & Significant Milestone Achievements Throughout NJ Portfolio
Year Marked by Nearly 300,000 SF of Leasing Activity; Completion of 4.26-MW Solar Panel System and Numerous Property Upgrades
by Mel Fabrikant on 01/06 02:49PM - Story - 1,718 Hits
11.Planned Companies Expands Oracle
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CENTER IN ANTICIPATION OF LAUNCH - State-of-the-art, hands-on training center gains five additional workstations, plus computer-aided educational tools, prior to fall 2010 ribbon-cutting and open house -
by Mel Fabrikant on 05/27 06:25PM - Story - 1,600 Hits
12.Environmentally Friendly Landscaping Tips
Robert Schucker By Robert Schucker President, Eco Earth Design and R&S Landscaping Today, one of first things people ask me is how can I be more efficient and environmentally responsible with my landscaping. People around the country, from the average homeowner to corporate property managers, are seeking landscape architecture solutions ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/24 02:16PM - Story - 1,223 Hits
13.From Immigrant to Chefs' Favorite
Squash Blossoms The seemingly endless rows of tomato plants at Valdivia Farms are thick with sun-ripened heirlooms — red, bright yellow, green and purplish globes peeking through the vines. Workers quickly move down the rows methodically plucking the tomatoes and placing them in cardboard boxes, tossing aside bruised or split ...
by Anonymous on 09/20 06:44AM - Story - 2,663 Hits
14.'Before the Rains'
'BEFORE THE RAINS' Breathtaking panoramas of southern India and cinematic strokes of artistry fill "Before the Rains." Noted cinematographer and director Santosh Sivan captures memorable images of Kerala, his home state. Set in 1937 against the backdrop of Indian opposition to British colonialism, the film revolves around Henry, an English ...
by Nina Garin on 05/23 05:14AM - Story - 2,533 Hits
15.Speedminton debuts on Women's Sports Television
Speedminton, the biggest craze in Europe has now traveled across the pond and is hitting the U.S. by storm. The game, which was developed in Germany in 2002, now has hundreds of thousands of fans and players in over 20 countries, including the United States.
by Mel Fabrikant on 04/23 02:00PM - Story - 1,904 Hits
16.Lexus IS 250 combines styling, comfort and drivability
LEXUS IS 250 The Lexus IS 250 is a svelte slice of personal-size, sport-sedan luxury. The 2008 version of the all-wheel-drive IS 250 has attracted attention because its price was cut $200 without sacrificing any equipment or features. The price "adjustment" probably had something to do with the new and ...
by Mark Maynard on 12/19 01:18AM - Story - 8,052 Hits
17.'Romance & Cigarettes'
'ROMANCE & CIGARETTES' Part of the fun of "Romance & Cigarettes" - and only the right mood will let you inhale this one - is the thought of John Turturro grinning, lighting up, puffing his film through the air. One of our finest actors, Turturro has shown filming talents before. ...
by Nina Garin on 12/07 01:42AM - Story - 2,018 Hits
18.'Michael Clayton'
'MICHAEL CLAYTON' 'Michael Clayton" is from writer Tony Gilroy, who scripted the similarly named "Dolores Claiborne." Gilroy is best known for smartly padding out his action plots for the profitable Jason Bourne series. Now Gilroy gets to direct his padding, around a frail thriller full of murk and menace. He ...
by Nina Garin on 10/19 01:39AM - Story - 2,429 Hits
19.While the men were out hunting, Stone Age women created a future
MOTHERS OF INVENTION For generations, archaeologists believed that Stone Age gender roles split neatly in two, like a well-struck piece of flint: Paleolithic males were hunters of woolly mammoths and other daunting prey. Females stayed behind. They cared for the kids, or maybe gathered seeds and berries.
by Anonymous on 05/21 01:10AM - Story - 119,893 Hits
20.'Rocky Balboa'
... good hair and a big rack of upper-body muscles. When "Rocky" was a sensation of the bicentennial year (1976), Stallone was 30, a dream-making actor, writer and director who won crowds because his hungry arrival matched screen hero Rocky's crazy rise in boxing - both rose from asphalt to adulation.
by Nina Garin on 12/29 12:12AM - Story - 2,400 Hits
21.Some injuries can end in a happy mending
HAPPY MENDINGS When orthopedists told Barbara Wayne that her persistent back and knee problems probably meant the end of her running days, she reacted "as if I was losing my best friend," she says. "I was devastated." Over a 14-year period of logging 30 to 50 miles a week, running ...
by Anonymous on 04/06 11:19PM - Story - 3,843 Hits
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