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Tips for college-bound students

Tips for college-bound students

Transitioning from high school to college is a big deal. Beyond the overwhelming college application process, many students wrestle with questions about their major, career goals, moving away from home…

Tips for men to look and feel their best all summer long

Tips for men to look and feel their best all summer long

Let’s face it: summer is the season when everyone wants to look and feel their best. Warm weather and long days mean everyone’s heading outdoors, hanging with friends and enjoying…

Fundraising for school? What you should know about managing legal liability

Fundraising for school? What you should know about managing legal liability

When kids go back to school, fundraising by parent-teacher organizations and booster clubs kicks into high gear. Hard-working parent volunteers host bake sales, festivals and myriad other events to raise…

Buying a car: new or used, that is the question

Buying a car: new or used, that is the question

Conventional wisdom says that a new car will always cost you more than a used one. Why? There’s a higher price tag and you have to face the depreciation that…

County Breaks Ground on Health Center

County Breaks Ground on Health Center

More than 100 Bergen Community College students, faculty, staff and guests gathered on Aug. 22 to witness the groundbreaking of the $26 million Health Professions Integrated Teaching Center at the…

Girl Scouts Learn Value of Money

Girl Scouts Learn  Value of Money

Paterson girls now know the pitfalls to avoid when it comes to spending their hard-earned dollars thanks to a special program from the Girl Scouts of Northern New Jersey. As…

Route 4 Overnight Closure

Route 4 Overnight Closure

New Jersey Department of Transportation officials announced that Route 4 westbound will be completely closed to traffic and detoured this weekend during the overnight hours while the replacement of the…

Risk of concussion increases with back-to-school sports

Risk of concussion increases with back-to-school sports

When the school season begins, more students will be riding bikes and participating in sports such as football, hockey and soccer. Events such as a bike accident, quick fall or…

Is your drowsiness dangerous? Sleep apnea evaluation urged for those at risk

Is your drowsiness dangerous? Sleep apnea evaluation urged for those at risk

Despite common misconceptions, anyone – regardless of gender, weight or fitness level – can develop obstructive sleep apnea, a life-threatening condition characterized by episodes of complete or partial airway obstruction…

How to avoid a big tax bill or fine-tune your refund

How to avoid a big tax bill or fine-tune your refund

Think back to your last income tax return. Did you owe Uncle Sam a lot of money, or did he give you a big refund? Whatever your situation, you can…