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1.600 Pets Available for Adoption at Best Friends Animal Society's Super Adoption Dec. 8 & 9
Best Friends Animal Society will host its bi-annual pet Super Adoption December 8 and 9 at the Meadowlands Exposition Center. More than 600 holiday-ready dogs and cats from more than 25 nearby rescue groups and shelters will be there, so you’re sure to find the cutie who’s just right for your home this holiday season. Admission is free and adoptions start ...
by Post on 12/07 05:26PM - Story - 897 Hits
2.Bergen County to Host Emerald Ash Borer Seminar
Hackensack, NJ – Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco today announced that the county will be hosting an Emerald Ash Borer Seminar on Friday, March 17th from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the James A. McFaul Environmental Center which is located at 150 Crescent Avenue in Wyckoff, N.J.  Speakers will ...
by Post on 03/15 05:22PM - Story - 1,724 Hits
3.HackensackUMC Offers Convenient Home Testing for Sleep Apnea
Undiagnosed Sleep Disorders Pose Public Health Risk and Medical Concern Joseph Cella has known for some time that he wasn’t getting enough sleep. He finally decided enough was enough. “Things were just getting intolerable and I was completely sleep deprived,” said Joseph. “I had no short term memory any more. ...
by Post on 03/08 05:39PM - Story - 1,542 Hits
4.Report: Hair Braiding Is Safe, but New Jersey's Regulations Keep Braiders Out of Work
New Jersey's Job-Killing Licensing Laws Are Tangling Braiders in Needless Red Tape In any given year, an American taxpayer is more than twice as likely to be audited by the IRS as an African-style hair braider is to receive a complaint of any kind--and genuine consumer complaints are even rarer. ...
by Post on 07/27 11:24AM - Story - 1,079 Hits
5.Eustace Bills on Transporting Game Trophies Through N.J. Airports Returns to Governor
...                 Since the airports and facilities controlled by the Port Authority – Newark Liberty International, J.F.K and LaGuardia – are some of the most heavily traveled routes back to the U.S. from countries in Africa, Eustace hope the ban will serve as a disincentive for killing endangered animals for sport.
by Post on 05/26 05:38PM - Story - 1,108 Hits
6.Assembly Approves Eustace Ban on Transporting Game Trophies Through N.J. Airports
...                 Since the airports and facilities controlled by the Port Authority – Newark Liberty International, J.F.K and LaGuardia – are some of the most heavily traveled routes back to the U.S. from countries in Africa, Eustace hope the ban will serve as a disincentive for killing endangered animals for sport.
by Post on 03/15 04:21PM - Story - 1,751 Hits
7.Eustace Ban on Transporting Game Trophies Through N.J. Airports Advanced by Assembly Panel
Additional Eustace Bill Would Boost Protections for Endangered Species in N.J.                 (TRENTON) – Legislation Assembly Democrats Tim Eustace proposed to help protect threatened animals from extinction by banning the transport of game trophies of threatened or endangered species through airports and facilities controlled by the Port Authority of New ...
by Post on 03/04 08:14AM - Story - 950 Hits
8.Assembly Dems Bill to Toughen Penalty for Strangulation in Domestic Violence Cases Advances
Gusciora, Singleton, Lagana, Lampitt, Muoio, Caride, Spencer, Mosquera & Tucker Legislation Now Heads to Governor’s Desk (TRENTON) – Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Reed Gusciora, Troy Singleton, Joseph Lagana, Pamela Lampitt, Liz Muoio, Marlene Caride, Grace Spencer, Gabriela Mosquera and Cleopatra Tucker to raise the penalty for the crime of ...
by Post on 02/10 09:49AM - Story - 1,161 Hits
9.Opposition Grows As Oakland Passes Resolution Against Pilgrim Pipeline
Officials Take First Step in Protecting Residents from New Oil Infrastructure Oakland, NJ --This week Oakland council voted unanimously in favor of a resolution to oppose the Pilgrim Pipeline. In addition to opposing the newly proposed infrastructure, the resolution calls for a moratorium on surveying and project planning within the ...
by Press Release on 10/10 10:58AM - Story - 3,125 Hits
10.Mazzeo, Lagana & Eustace Bill to Repeal Outdated State Laws Released by Assembly Panel
(TRENTON) – Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Vincent Mazzeo, Joseph Lagana and Tim Eustace to repeal provisions of state law that are no longer relevant was recently advanced by an Assembly panel. “While a fascinating look into the past and what legislators and citizens of this state had to contend ...
by Press Release on 10/06 10:56AM - Story - 1,265 Hits
11.Liberals Draft Bill to Contradict Hobby Lobby Ruling; Religious Liberty Still at Risk
American Family Association Says Legislation Shows a Disturbing Fixation on Forcing Americans to Violate Their Beliefs and Pay for Abortions Following the recent victorious Hobby Lobby ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court, liberal lawmakers have wasted no time introducing an “Anti-Hobby Lobby” bill.  Senators Patty Murray (D-Wash.) and Mark Udall ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 07/14 04:14PM - Story - 3,210 Hits
12.Rep. Pascrell Renews Call for Increased Awareness of Domestic Terror Threats
Cites tragic Las Vegas shooting in letters to Homeland Security officials WASHINGTON, DC – Following this weekend’s tragic shooting in Las Vegas, U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ-09), an original member of the House Committee on Homeland Security, today wrote to U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Jeh Johnson ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/12 01:31PM - Story - 1,721 Hits
13.AFP Directs Lawmakers to Oppose Film Industry Tax Breaks
Americans for Prosperity, the state’s leading grassroots, free-market group, is calling on Senate lawmakers to oppose corporate welfare tax breaks to the film industry. State director Daryn Iwicki sent a letter to Senate lawmakers yesterday urging a no vote on Senate Bill S779, which is scheduled for a vote in ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/12 01:11PM - Story - 1,343 Hits
14.Re: Drug Awareness Program Ramapo High School Wednesday May 7, 2014 7:00pm
... held at Indian Hills High School. The main speaker was an investigator of the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office who discussed the increased use of pain killing prescription drugs, and how that leads to heroin use. This issue continues to receive national attention and is often referred to as an epidemic.
by Mel Fabrikant on 05/06 05:48PM - Story - 1,333 Hits
15.The Whales Have Won! — ICJ Rules Japan’s Southern Ocean Whaling ‘Not For Scientific Research’
Sea Shepherd Applauds the World Court for Protecting the Whales of the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary In a stunning victory for the whales, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague announced their binding decision today in the landmark case of Australia v. Japan, ruling that Japan’s JARPA II ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 04/01 02:33PM - Story - 1,316 Hits
16.Between the Nuremberg Trials and the “Glorious” Egyptian Judiciary
by ESAM AL-AMIN “We are proud of Egypt’s glorious judiciary system.” Field Marshal Abdelfattah Sisi, leader of Egypt’s Military Coup The Nuremberg Trials (in Nuremberg, Germany) Charges: Wars of Aggression, War Crimes, Crimes against Humanity. Number of Victims Declared by the Prosecution at Trial: At least 40 million in Europe ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 03/28 11:05AM - Story - 1,274 Hits
17.E-Fairness and Cybersecurity Among Top Retail Priorities in 2014
Today, the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) released its 2014 Public Policy Agenda: Retailers Strengthening Communities. The agenda, which outlines the industry’s top public policy priorities for 2014, showcases the role that retailers play in communities across America and how public policy affects their ability to invest locally and grow.
by Mel Fabrikant on 02/10 06:19PM - Story - 1,149 Hits
18. American Lung Association’s “State of Tobacco Control 2014” Reports On New Jersey
... New Jersey has mixed results in working to reduce tobacco use in 2013; tobacco use is still leading cause of preventable death in New Jersey, killing over 11,200 a year New Jersey took some steps to reduce tobacco use, but failed in adequately funding prevention programs to protect children and ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 01/24 04:11PM - Story - 1,506 Hits
19.Businesses to Watch for Success This Holiday Shopping Season
... success during the holiday shopping season, you need look no further than the retail giants. For obvious reasons, these companies tend to make a figurative killing as the calendar year slams into the winter months. Companies start ramping up their staff with extra hands for small business phone service, extra ...
by Angela Sanders on 12/10 02:36AM - Story - 1,618 Hits
20.Different Uses of Bleach You Might Didn't Know
Bleach is very effective in removing stains, but they could also be used in other things. Here are some examples. Removing dirt from your plastic furniture Tired of those plastic furnitures turning darker every day? Bleach might help. Add 1/2 cup of beach to a gallon of hot water. The ...
by Angela Sanders on 11/28 01:05AM - Story - 1,302 Hits
21.Author, Scholar and Bergen County Native Peter Balakian Speaks at Bergen, Oct. 8
... losing their ‘tomorrow’. In a novel of a Turkish novelist Selim İleri, a character says: ‘I killed you, while I was trying to present you my endless love’. The Armenians and Armenia are slowly killing themselves, while they are trying to express their endless love towards themselves and their grandparents….
by zekiye icli on 09/29 10:44AM - Story > Comment - 0 Hits
"One heaping tablespoon of dirt contains more microorganisms than there are people on the planet," points out author Harvey Blatt in "America's Environmental Report Card." American soils are losing their fertility at an alarming rate because chemicals in the soil are killing soil microbes. Read the story
by Paramus Post on 02/13 07:22PM - Media Gallery - 760 Hits
... Spin Dept.' and a happy face button. He talks to a camera crew with shot-up and graffiti-covered buildings as a backdrop. The graffiti says: Sectarian killings, and Death to ...' The man says into the camera: 'Just listen, you can tell violence here in Baghdad has quieted down because the ...
by Paramus Post on 11/13 08:49AM - Media Gallery - 1,231 Hits
In \'Ghost Rider,\' most of the combat revolves around killing evil clowns and demons. CNS Photo courtesy of Konami.Read the story
by Paramus Post on 03/16 09:58AM - Media Gallery - 610 Hits
In “Gears of War,” combatants take on the role of a court-martialed soldier named Marcus Fenix who is freed from captivity to fight against hordes of aliens. CNS Photo courtesy of Microsoft.
by Paramus Post on 12/08 04:41PM - Media Gallery - 653 Hits
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