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1.Statement of Hackensack Riverkeeper Regarding the Results of the 2020 Presidential Election
We at Hackensack Riverkeeper congratulate President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris on their historic victory. We wish them well and fervently hope that when they take office on January 20, they will immediately begin the process of reversing the anti-environmental policies of the last four years. It will ...
by Post on 11/09 09:56PM - Story - 186 Hits
2.NJSPBA PRESIDENT COLLIGAN APPLAUDS APPELLATE COURT OF NEW JERSEY RULING ON AG’s DIRECTIVES
WOODBRIDGE – Calling it a “great first step”, New Jersey State Policemen's Benevolent Association President Patrick Colligan today released the following statement thanking the Appellate Division for granting the request by the State PBA and a number of other law enforcement unions for a stay of the Attorney General's Directives requiring law ...
by Post on 07/08 07:33PM - Story - 783 Hits
3.Tedesco, Freeholders: Bergen County Is Declared A National Teen Mental Health First Aid Training Pilot Site
Program Sponsored by Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation & the National Council for Behavioral Health Hackensack, N.J. – Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco and the Board of Chosen Freeholders recently congratulated the county’s Division of Mental Health Services (DMHS) for working to make Bergen County a national pilot site ...
by Post on 11/10 01:34PM - Story - 380 Hits
4.The Ciccone Theatre's 2019-2020 Season and the BergenStages 2019-2020 Season at Bergen Community College
October 12, 2019- The Duprees The Duprees open up Bergen Community College’s “Curtain Up!” 2019-2020 season on Saturday, October 12 at 7:30pm in the College’s Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre (400 Paramus Road).
by Post on 09/09 09:06AM - Story - 367 Hits
5.Assembly Panel Moves Democratic-Sponsored Bill to Require Health Coverage for Adolescent Depression Screenings
Measure Passes Financial Institutions and Insurance Committee (TRENTON) – Depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide, affecting more than 300 million people. Children and adults with major depressive disorder (MDD) have been found to be at greater risk for recurrent depression in adulthood, along with other mental disorders and ...
by Post on 06/14 03:42PM - Story - 337 Hits
6.Hyundai Hope On Wheels Surpasses $145 Million To Research Celebrating Its 20th Year In The Fight To End Childhood Cancer
The organization announces $15 million in new grant winners at the New York International Auto Show as part of Hyundai's longstanding support to pediatric cancer.
by Post on 03/30 01:24PM - Story - 132 Hits
7.CIT Training – Autism Recognition And Response For Law Enforcement/First Responders
Monday, October 15, 2018 | 9:30am – 1:00pm Bergen County Law & Public Safety Institute 281 Campgaw Road, Mahwah – Hall of Heroes
by Post on 10/11 09:10AM - Story - 948 Hits
8.More than 600 Faith Leaders and Faith Groups Urge Administration to Extend Deferred Enforced Departure for Liberia
... for a minimum of 18 months. The current designation is due to expire March 31st. If not extended, thousands of Liberians would lose their work authorization and be vulnerable for deportation the following day. The consequences would be devastating, potentially tearing families apart and forcing parents to leave behind their children.
by Post on 03/19 12:25PM - Story - 1,462 Hits
9.Department of Energy to Invest $30 Million to Boost Unconventional Oil and Natural Gas Recovery
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced the selection of six projects to receive approximately $30 million in federal funding for cost-shared research and development in unconventional oil and natural gas recovery.
by Post on 01/03 01:28PM - Story - 723 Hits
10.A Home For The Holidays Doesn’t Have To Break The Bank
It’s the reason for the season – holiday celebrations and family gatherings – but for many, the month of December can be especially hard. According to a recent report by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, there are approximately 430,000 children in foster care, of which approximately 112,000 ...
by Post on 12/18 01:59PM - Story - 699 Hits
11.JAMES RISEN TO JOIN FIRST LOOK MEDIA and THE INTERCEPT
Two-time Pulitzer Prize Winner Named Director of First Look Media’s Press Freedom Defense Fund and The Intercept’s National Security Columnist NEW YORK, NY – August 14, 2017 – James Risen, the award-winning journalist and best-selling author, is joining First Look Media to play a unique dual leadership role. He will help ...
by Post on 08/14 10:02AM - Story - 631 Hits
12.Green Party of NJ Issues Call for Change in the Wake of State Budget Impasse
TRENTON, N.J. (July 5, 2016) – In the aftermath of what will go down in history as The Great Budget Battle of 2017, the Green Party of New Jersey believes in the importance of evaluating the political reality demonstrated over the course of this stalemate. 
by Post on 07/06 01:03PM - Story - 629 Hits
13.Eustace & Lagana Bill to Require Emergency Response Plans for High-Hazard Rail Heads to Governor
Measure Sets Emergency Preparedness Standards for Transport of Oil, Other Hazardous Substances (TRENTON) – Legislation  Assemblymen Tim Eustace and Joseph Lagana sponsored to require those transporting hazardous products by rail to develop emergency preparedness plans received final legislative approval on Thursday. It now heads to the governor.             “New Jersey has ...
by Post on 05/31 12:50PM - Story - 962 Hits
14.Bergen Group at Peace with Award
PARAMUS, N.J. – In 2009, Bergen Community College faculty, staff and students sought to begin a dialogue around global conflict and the path to forgiveness by establishing the Center for Peace, Justice and Reconciliation.
by Post on 02/10 10:38PM - Story - 1,153 Hits
15.Bergen County Authorizes Shared Services Contract to Extend Consumer Affairs Protections to Passaic County Residents
HACKENSACK- On Wednesday, Bergen County officials authorized a shared services agreement with the County of Passaic, to allow the Bergen County Division of Consumer Affairs to serve as the chief consumer protection agency in Passaic County.
by Post on 12/23 01:05PM - Story - 2,765 Hits
16.Lagana Praises Legislative Approval of Ride-Hailing Regulation Bill
Measure Aimed at Keeping Passengers Safe, Establishing Guidelines for Long-Term Growth of Industry in New Jersey           (TRENTON) – Assemblyman Joseph Lagana (D-Bergen/Passaic), lead Assembly sponsor of a measure aimed at ensuring the safety and long-term growth of the ride-hailing industry in New Jersey, issued the following statement Monday after both ...
by Post on 12/20 01:12PM - Story - 1,296 Hits
17.HackensackUMC Calls on Food Producers, Manufacturers to Provide Sustainable Meat and Poultry to the Health Care Industry
HackensackUMC is leading the way among health care institutions in antibiotic-free meat policy Hackensack, NJ - August 26, 2016 – Hackensack University Medical Center (HackensackUMC), a member of Hackensack Meridian Health, joined health systems across the country this week in calling on food producers and manufacturers to provide sustainable meat ...
by Post on 08/26 11:01AM - Story - 2,489 Hits
18.Gottheimer: Congress must close loophole that allows suspected terrorist buy guns
Garrett votes to protect gun rights of possible terrorists on FBI No-Fly List PARAMUS – In the wake of the worst mass shooting in our nation’s history and deadliest terrorist attack since 9/11, Josh Gottheimer today called on Congress to immediately close the gun loophole that allows potential terrorists on ...
by Post on 06/15 11:51AM - Story - 1,110 Hits
19.Assembly OKs Lagana Bill to Better Inform Taxpayers of Property Tax Appeal Deadline
(TRENTON) – Legislation sponsored by Assemblyman Joseph Lagana to ensure homeowners who want to appeal their property taxes are aware of the appeal deadline was unanimously approved by the full Assembly on Thursday. “It is easy to disregard the assessment notice since it’s not a bill,” said Lagana (D-Bergen/Passaic). “Highlighting ...
by Post on 05/26 05:36PM - Story - 1,033 Hits
20.Pascrell Sponsors Bill to Fund Lead Testing at Schools and Daycare Centers
Lead testing at schools and daycare centers could prevent permanent damages from toxic exposure to our children U.S. Representatives Bill Pascrell (D-NJ-09) today announced new legislation that would help schools and childcare centers test their drinking water for potential lead contamination. The bill, a companion to a bill being authored ...
by Post on 03/24 10:06AM - Story - 1,377 Hits
21.CarePlus Foundation Conference to Feature Expert in Clinical Psychology and Mindfulness, Dr. Shefali
The Care Plus Foundation, Inc. (“CarePlus Foundation”) has announced that Dr. Shefali Tsabary will present at Bergen Community College for the 2016 Annual Conference for Children on Friday, April 1. The world-renowned doctor will share her expertise in blending the western study of clinical psychology with the eastern philosophy of ...
by Post on 02/16 01:30PM - Story - 1,279 Hits
22.Paerneting With Common Sense
USING YOUR HEAD AS WELL AS YOUR HEART TO RAISE SCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN
by on 04/01 12:00AM - evList - 2,323 Hits
23.April 27: Local Internist and Pulmonologist to Present COPD Seminar at Heritage Pointe of Teaneck
... secondary to structural changes of the small airways and loss of alveolar attachments, inflammation, ciliary dysfunction, and increased mucous production. COPD also has significant systemic consequences.... Although improving lung function and disease symptoms have been the main focus of COPD management, these parameters alone do not reflect the full burden ...
by harleyrider1978 on 04/15 07:54PM - Story > Comment - 0 Hits
24.Media Gallery
Innocent enough? Swimming from or near a boat dock that has electricity installed can have tragic consequences, says Boat Owners Association of The United States. Read the story
by Post on 07/04 05:15PM - Media Gallery - 654 Hits
25.MIKE THOMPSON
A dinosaur yells as a burning meteor falls from the sky. He says: \'Here come rapid climate change and dire consequences for us all!\' A Tyrannosaurus rex and a stegosaurus stand across from him. The stegosaurus replies: \'Check out Mr. Crackpot Alarmist.\' Editorial cartoon by Mike Thompson.
by Paramus Post on 04/06 08:17AM - Media Gallery - 1,742 Hits
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