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1.Are the Holidays Taking a Toll on Your Mental Health?
With the holiday season in full swing, many Americans are looking forward to the upcoming and ongoing festivities. But for others, this time of year can bring on or serve as a tipping point for stress, anxiety and depression. Holiday depression, stress and anxiety can affect anyone at any age ...
by Post on 12/20 07:08PM - Story - 833 Hits
2.Walk for Wellness and Recovery on October 14
Join the Mental Health Association in New Jersey, in partnership with Monarch Housing #WellnessRecoveryWalkNJ 2017 October 7, 2017 -- The Mental Health Association in New Jersey (MHANJ) and its partner, Monarch Housing Associates, invite community organizations, neighbors and friends to participate in its 10th Annual 5K Walk for Wellness and ...
by Post on 10/07 03:19PM - Story - 745 Hits
3.Michelle Poler: 100 Days Without Fear Shared Her Fear Journey with Others at Vantage Health System In Englewood
Michelle Poler (Englewood, New Jersey – September 30, 2015) Vantage Health System was delighted to have guest speaker Michelle Poler from New York City who recently chronicled her fears on social media for a school project that she launched called100 Days Without Fear. Poler caught the attention of many top ...
by Post on 10/01 09:00AM - Story - 1,259 Hits
4.Englewood Public Library Welcomes Civil War Lecturer Bill Gent
(Englewood) Civil War buffs of all ages came to the Englewood Library December 2nd for a program by Civil war re-anactor Bill Gent of Jersey City called “Hollywood vs Reality: The Story of Civil War Medicine.” Gent is a historical lecturer and a retired anesthesiologist who has lectured on the subject ...
by Press Release on 12/05 01:12PM - Story - 1,208 Hits
5.Bergen County Sheriff’s Office Makes Arrests in National Phone Scam
In March 2014, the Bergen County Sheriff’s Office received numerous complaints from Bergen County residents in regards to a phone scam. Individuals posing as Bergen County Sheriff’s Officers called residents using a prepaid cell phone with a “201” area code and told them to provide credit card numbers and/or load ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 05/19 11:31AM - Story - 1,818 Hits
6.Assembly Democratic Bill to Ensure Equitable Distribution of Sandy Relief Funds Advanced by Budget Panel
Green, Prieto, Jimenez, Lagana & Mazzeo Push Fairness Measure amid Concerns about Christie Administration Response Legislation sponsored by Assembly Speaker Pro Tempore Jerry Green, Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto, Assemblywoman Angelica Jimenez and Assemblymen Joseph Lagana and Vince Mazzeo to ensure more equitable distribution of Sandy relief funds going forward was ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 03/24 04:53PM - Story - 1,213 Hits
7.Stop Breaking Promises And Burdening Middle Class With Your Mistakes, Currie Says To Christie
As Governor Chris Christie prepares his budget plan for next year, New Jersey Democratic Party Chairman John Currie is urging the scandal-plagued governor to tell the truth about the State's fiscal situation and the impact his inflated revenue projections and poor financial decisions have had on New Jersey's middle class ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 02/24 04:46PM - Story - 1,298 Hits
8.Pascrell Renews Call for State to Reopen Grant Programs for Home Elevations
Revised state plan still leaves thousands of families waitlisted for federal funds WASHINGTON - In continuing his efforts to assist families devastated by Hurricane Sandy, today U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ-09) renewed his call for Governor Christie to reopen applications for two federally funded grant programs that would help ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 01/15 04:00PM - Story - 1,140 Hits
9.Kaboom! Now Black Mobs Kill 4th Of July
People 'traveling from city to city just causing problems' WND EXCLUSIVE by Colin Flaherty is an award-winning reporter and author of "White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence to America and how the media ignore it." Follow him on Twitter. The threat of a repeat of black ...
by Press Release on 07/09 04:39PM - Story - 1,037 Hits
10.Bombing: What The Investigation Missed – and Why It Still Matters
In the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing, law enforcement is under indescribable pressure to solve the case as quickly and neatly as possible. But, according to Andrew Gumbel, co-author of Oklahoma City: What The Investigation Missed – and Why It Still Matters, just out in paperback from HarperCollins, history ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 04/16 05:55PM - Story - 940 Hits
11.The Coddling of College Hate Crime Hoaxers
Michelle Malkin American college campuses are the most fertile grounds for fake hate. They're marinated in identity politics and packed with self-indulgent, tenured radicals suspended in the 1960s. In the name of enlightenment and tolerance, these institutions of higher learning breed a corrosive culture of left-wing self-victimization. Take my alma ...
by Michelle Malkin on 03/06 07:51AM - Story - 910 Hits
12.Democrats Heart Medicare Fraudsters
Michelle Malkin Hey, remember when President Obama crusaded against Medicare fraud and vowed to crack down aggressively on scammers who've bilked the program out of an estimated $90 billion? Like Archie and Edith Bunker used to sing: Those were the daaaays. While Democrats pretend to protect the elderly and disabled, ...
by Michelle Malkin on 02/19 11:45AM - Story - 1,031 Hits
13.MYANMAR NOW - A Photo Exhibit by Kinue Imai Weinstein
January 22 - February 2 Opening Reception: Tuesday, January 22, 6-8 pm Place: Gallery of Graphic Arts Ltd. 1601 York Avenue (84/85) New York NY 10028 Tel: 212-988-4731 Myanmar: Land of Optimism and Beauty I studied Burmese at the Osaka University of Foreign Studies (presently Osaka University) as an undergraduate ...
by Paramus Post on 02/01 02:34PM - Story - 1,862 Hits
14.81st Winter Meeting Of The United States Conference Of Mayors
... to deficit reduction and sequestration cuts, as well as measures to spur jobs and economic growth in America’s cities and metropolitan areas that are still plagued with high unemployment. Other issues topping the agenda are gun control and school safety, Hurricane Sandy response, immigration, and the threat to tax exempt ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 01/16 11:47AM - Story - 733 Hits
15.81st Winter Meeting Of The United States Conference Of Mayors
Mayors to Meet on The Fiscal Cliff Agreement, Sequestration, Gun Control, Job Creation, Hurricane Sandy Response Washington, D.C. – Vice President Biden will address the nation’s mayors on Thursday, January 17 at the Opening Plenary Luncheon of the 81st Winter Meeting of The U.S. Conference of Mayors at the Capitol ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 01/10 06:40PM - Story - 829 Hits
16.New Jersey Based Pest Control Company to be Featured on Animal Planet’s “Infested!”
As a highly respected entomologist, Jeffrey White isn’t afraid to play with “creepy crawlers” or experience a few bed bug bites. Because of his expertise with such critters, White, will be featured as an expert on Animal Planet’s third season of the highly popular series, “Infested!”. White who is the ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 01/04 12:14PM - Story - 2,508 Hits
17.Statement from Rashad Robinson, Executive Director of ColorOfChange.org, on Tragic Shootings in Newtown, Connecticut
“Our deepest condolences go out to the families of the children, teachers, and school personnel killed in the unspeakable tragedy in Connecticut. In the wake of this mass shooting and similar tragedies around the country, our members remain committed to changing a systemic culture of gun violence and promoting sensible ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 12/19 04:42PM - Story - 866 Hits
18.New Yorkers Hard-Hit By Sandy Will Take To The Streets In Rockaways, Staten Island, Manhattan
With winter closing in and anger rising at Mayor Bloomberg’s foot-dragging, New Yorkers hard hit by Hurricane Sandy will be on the streets on Saturday, Dec. 15 in the Rockaways and Staten Island, with many converging Saturday PM outside the mayor’s Manhattan home. Thousands of New Yorkers are still without ...
by Press Release on 12/14 08:00PM - Story - 759 Hits
19.The Condensed Liberal Handbook of Racial Code Words
Michelle Malkin Thumper the Rabbit's parents always taught him, "If you can't say something nice, don't say nothing at all." If the left's self-appointed Omniscient Diviners of True Meaning have their way, conservatives in the public square won't be left with anything at all to say. Ever. It's a treacherous ...
by Michelle Malkin on 09/05 10:35PM - Story - 1,027 Hits
20.July 2012 Marks Hottest Month on Record
AccuWeather.com reports July 2012 marked the hottest month on record ever for the lower 48 states, according to a report released by NOAA Wednesday. With an average temperature of 77.6 degrees F in the contiguous U.S., the month of July surpassed the 20th century average by 3.3 degrees F.
by Mel Fabrikant on 08/10 09:50AM - Story - 777 Hits
21.Your Guide to Sleazy Democratic Party-Backed Banks
Michelle Malkin Obama campaign adviser David Axelrod and his hatchet people are still yammering about GOP presidential rival Mitt Romney's overseas investments. It's time for the Romney campaign to educate voters about all the shady financial institutions embraced by Democrats right here on American soil.
by Michelle Malkin on 07/19 06:18PM - Story - 957 Hits
22.Legislature Sends Gordon, Pou, Wagner, Eustace & Vainieri Huttle Flooding Solution Bill to Governor’s Desk
... to Help Garfield & Surrounding Bergen County Area The legislature granted final approval on Monday to legislation sponsored by Senators Bob Gordon and Nellie Pou and Assembly members Connie Wagner, Tim Eustace and Valerie Vainieri Huttle that would provide a long-term solution to flooding problems that have plagued Bergen County.
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/26 05:08PM - Story - 1,022 Hits
23.Gordon, Wagner & Eustace Bill to Fund Long-Term Flooding Solution in Bergen County Advances in both Legislative Houses
Measure Would Appropriate $10 Million to Address Marsellus Street Bridge Issues in Garfield. Legislation sponsored by Senator Bob Gordon and Assembly members Connie Wagner and Tim Eustace (all D-Bergen/Passaic) that would provide a long-term solution to flooding problems that have plagued Bergen County residents advanced in both houses on Monday.
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/18 04:51PM - Story - 882 Hits
24.Federal Legislators Hail Beginning Of Passaic River Reevaluation
Pascrell, Lautenberg, Menendez secured $1 million for Phase 1 of the study in the FY2013 Budget Congressman Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ-08), and Senators Frank R. Lautenberg (D-NJ) and Robert Menendez (D-NJ) today hailed the signing of a Feasibility Cost-Sharing Agreement between the Army Corps of Engineers and the New Jersey ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/14 03:50PM - Story - 778 Hits
25.1991 Obama Was Stamped 'Born In Kenya'
Conducting interviews on this topic is the senior staff writer for WND and the author of Where's the Birth Certificate?: The Case that Barack Obama is not Eligible to be President, Dr. Jerome Corsi.
by Press Release on 05/19 04:43PM - Story - 7,633 Hits
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