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1.College Staff Weathers Storm
PARAMUS, N.J. – Unrelenting winter weather complicated Bergen Community College operations during late 2020 and early 2021 with snow and ice seemingly piling up every few days.
by Post on 02/24 01:25PM - Story - 314 Hits
2.NJ Transit Withdraws Permit for Fracked Gas Plant
State agency makes move after widespread community opposition NJ Transit has formally withdrawn its NJDEP application for an air quality permit that would have allowed it to build a new 140-megawatt fracked gas power plant in Kearny.
by Post on 01/15 03:56PM - Story - 573 Hits
3.Advanced DRI Announces Merger with Fairfield, N.J.’s A. Molly Company
Hudson Valley Restoration Company Expands Regional Footprint with Merger NEW HAMPTON, NY (Jan 5, 2021) – Advanced DRI, formerly Hudson Valley DKI, announced today a merger with A. Molly Company, a full-service environmental, construction and restoration firm serving customers in the state of New Jersey. Together, Advanced DRI, based in ...
by Post on 01/07 09:53AM - Story - 267 Hits
4.The 2021 Utzinger-Vellekamp Scholarship 

Riverkeeper environmental award program back on track after COVID reset  Hackensack Riverkeeper, the citizen-steward of the Hackensack River Watershed is pleased to announce it is accepting applications for the 2021 Utzinger-Vellekamp Scholarship. Now in its twentieth-first year, the program honors the memory of two founding Trustees who passed away while ...
by Post on 01/06 10:03AM - Story - 278 Hits
5.The Valley Hospital Earns an “A” for Patient Safety
RIDGEWOOD, NJ, Monday, December 14, 2020 – The Valley Hospital is proud to have been recognized with an “A” grade for patient safety for the sixteenth time with the release of The Leapfrog Group‘s Fall 2020 Hospital Safety Grade.
by Post on 12/15 06:07PM - Story - 507 Hits
6.WORK TO BEGIN ON TEANECK CREEK PARK HABITAT RESTORATION PROJECT
Large-scale project starts at Teaneck Creek Park HACKENSACK, N.J.–Work is set to begin today on a large-scale habitat restoration project at the Teaneck Creek Park,a tributary of the Overpeck Lake.The $5.6 million project will enhance the site’snatural resources;increase biodiversity with native grasses, shrubs and trees; improve stormwater managementwith natural infrastructure;and ...
by Post on 09/04 06:50PM - Story - 937 Hits
7.Digital Media Connects New Jersey’s Most Social Community College
PARAMUS, N.J. – As the COVID-19 pandemic forced Bergen Community College students off campus and into a world of digital education, the institution doubled down on its efforts to provide students with an unparalleled online engagement experience by enhancing its state-leading social media presence, launching new communication vehicles and debuting ...
by Post on 06/27 11:51AM - Story - 1,067 Hits
8.Menendez, Booker Cosponsor Bill to Ensure All Students Have Internet Access during COVID-19 Pandemic
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senators Bob Menendez and Cory Booker today joined a group of their colleagues in introducing legislation aimed to ensure all K-12 students have adequate home internet connectivity and devices during the pandemic. Without this access, students from lower-income backgrounds risk falling behind, which creates a “homework ...
by Post on 05/13 10:46AM - Story - 472 Hits
9.Motor Vehicle Crash and Arrest in Paramus
The Paramus Police Department announces the arrest of Michael Brennan, 22 yoa, of Ridgewood NJ for Aggravated assault with a vehicle, Possession of controlled dangerous substance, driving while under the influence,  and the Possession of a fraudulent driver’s license. This arrest is the result of a serious motor vehicle accident ...
by Post on 04/08 05:48PM - Story - 2,207 Hits
10.Announcing the 2020 Utzinger-Vellekamp Scholarship 

Renamed environmental awards program now honors two founding Trustees of Hackensack Riverkeeper Hackensack Riverkeeper, the citizen-steward of the Hackensack River Watershed is pleased to announce it is accepting applications for the 2020 Utzinger-Vellekamp Scholarship. Now in its twentieth year, the program has been renamed to honor the two founding Trustees ...
by Post on 01/07 11:46AM - Story - 757 Hits
11.College, Sheriff Enhance Communication for Deaf Community
... student Jonathan Uloa saw Bergen County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Christopher Sloma in his rearview mirror, lights flashing. Uloa pulled his car to a stop, but remained concerned about what would follow – not because of a potential ticket, but because as a member of the deaf community, communicating with law ...
by Post on 11/15 12:15PM - Story - 150 Hits
12.Bergen Mourns Passing of Trustee Chair
PARAMUS, N.J. – Carol Otis, chair of the Bergen Community College board of trustees, passed away July 15. Otis, 79, served as a trustee during terms from 2007 to 2012 and again from 2016 to the present, leading the board as chair from March 2017 until her passing. She also ...
by Post on 07/16 12:33PM - Story - 304 Hits
13.STEM Student Research Center Opens at Bergen
Government officials and College leaders join Bergen President Michael D. Redmond, Ph.D., at the ribbon cutting. PARAMUS, N.J. – Assisted by a student-constructed robot and joined by Bergen County government officials, faculty, staff and institutional leaders, Bergen Community College President Michael D. Redmond, Ph.D., cut the ribbon on the $1 ...
by Post on 05/03 09:09AM - Story - 371 Hits
14.HEALTH COALITION OF PASSAIC COUNTY AIMS TO IMPROVE WOMEN’S HEALTH AND REDUCE PRETERM BIRTH RATES THROUGH COMMUNITY FORUMS
PATERSON, NJ (March 21, 2019) – To improve women’s health and combat an increase in preterm birth rates, which can lead to lifelong complications for babies, the Health Coalition of Passaic County,  will host five community forums.  Valuable information on women’s health, healthy pregnancies and community resources will be provided ...
by Post on 03/23 10:52AM - Story - 136 Hits
15.TOMORROWS CHILDREN’S FUND NAMES NEW PRESIDENT, EXECUTIVE BOARD
Three Pediatric Cancer Survivors & Two Parents of Survivors Fill Out Hackensack Non-Profit’s Leadership Positions  Tomorrows Children’s Fund (TCF), the leading North Jersey non-profit focused on pediatric cancer patient & family support and services, announced today that its Board of Directors has elected a new Executive Board which includes President ...
by Post on 10/11 10:11PM - Story - 1,330 Hits
16. THE NEW JERSEY REENTRY CORPORATION REPORT EXAMINES SYSTEMIC OPIOID ADDICTION TREATMENT CHALLENGES
AND SETS FORTH STRUCTURAL AND CLINICAL RECOMMENDATIONS TRENTON—On Tuesday, September 25 at 11:00 a.m., at the New Jersey State House, Room 103, the New Jersey Reentry Corporation (NJRC) will release the New Jersey Opioid Addiction Report: A Modern Plague, which relies upon national "best practices" to provide for a clinically ...
by Post on 09/20 05:52PM - Story - 506 Hits
17.Alibaba, Lowe’s, Nordstrom, Target to Speak at NRF 2019: Retail’s Big Show
WASHINGTON, August 28, 2018 – More than two dozen of the best and brightest leaders from retail, technology and business will be among the headline speakers as over 37,000 retailers from nearly 100 countries gather in New York in January to address the latest trends, innovations and strategies for transformation ...
by Post on 08/29 05:31PM - Story - 826 Hits
18.The Community Chest Celebrates 85 Years of Neighbors Helping Neighbors
Public Invited to Attend Spring Anniversary Special Events. (Eastern Bergen County, New Jersey; April 1, 2018) -- For 85 years, The Community Chest has carried out its mission to lead initiatives and support nonprofits that make communities stronger and benefit people in need in eastern Bergen County.  Throughout 2018, The ...
by Post on 04/18 11:58AM - Story - 894 Hits
19.N.J. Industrial Leasing Climbs in Q1 2018, Office Activity Mixed
-- Colliers International Releases First-Quarter Regional Market Snapshots -- PARSIPPANY, N.J., April 11, 2018 – New Jersey registered 10.6 million square feet of industrial leasing activity during the first quarter of 2018 – 9 percent higher than the five-year quarterly average, according to Colliers International NNJ LLC (NASDAQ:CIGI, TSX:CIG). The ...
by Post on 04/12 02:08PM - Story - 498 Hits
20.Premiere Stages at Kean University to Receive Major Naming Gift from W. John Bauer and Nancy Boucher
UNION, N.J. – Kean University announced today that Dr. W. John Bauer, Professor Emeritus, and his sister Nancy Boucher will make a major gift to the University on behalf of Premiere Stages, the professional theatre company in residence at Kean.
by Post on 02/07 02:11PM - Story - 1,813 Hits
21.Spivak Lighting In Fairlawn Is Closing Down, Going Out Of Business
After 38 years, Spivak Lighting at 35-10 Broadway, Fairlawn, NJ is closing down. We give you the history of Spivak Lighting: Albert Spivak emigrated from Russia to the United States around 1900 in order to pursue a better life for himself and his family. After settling in northern New Jersey, ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 10/11 01:54PM - Story - 1,133 Hits
22.New Jersey Industrial Market Reaches Century Highs in Asking Rents, Developments as Demand for Quality Space Remains Unabated
... vacancy continued to tick lower despite some speculative construction deliveries. The desire by e-commerce and logistics companies to reside along the New Jersey Turnpike Corridor continued to fuel demand despite limited built options. Pre-leasing activity remained robust during the quarter, accounting for 37 percent of the total square footage leased.
by Post on 10/03 11:08AM - Story - 934 Hits
23.Developers Race to Deliver New Industrial Product in Northern and Central New Jersey
as Pre-Leasing Soars, Reports Cushman & Wakefield  EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J., July 13, 2017 – The Northern and Central New Jersey industrial market has remained deep in its current expansion cycle, with no signs of slowing down, reports Cushman & Wakefield. At mid-year 2017, vacancy and rents are at levels not ...
by Post on 07/14 09:01AM - Story - 688 Hits
24.Media Gallery
... contracting services under five generations of Creamer leadership. The trucks may have changed, but the core values of Safety, Quality, Reliability, Integrity, and Productivity have remained the same. The company maintains its position as one of the top 400 contractors in the United States by being adaptable to the ever ...
by Post on 01/30 09:38AM - Media Gallery - 762 Hits
25.Helen Thomkiewicz and Stella Dukes
... display in honor of The Allendale Community Senior Social Club’s Japanese Pen Pal Appreciation Day. The exhibit of Japanese artifacts in the Atrium’s Activities Room remained open to residents and the public for several weeks. The display featured crafts and calligraphy made by the Atrium’s Senior Pen Pals – members ...
by Paramus Post on 02/18 02:48PM - Media Gallery - 1,043 Hits
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