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Confidence is key for spring road trips

Confidence is key for spring road trips

As the spring weather approaches and consistent warm temperatures arrive, millions of drivers will take to the highway for spring road trips. With one of the most unbearable winters now…

Mind Your B.I.S. – Tips to jumpstart your financial well-being

Mind Your B.I.S. – Tips to jumpstart your financial well-being

In the next few months, high school seniors across the country will be anxiously checking mailboxes for college acceptance letters. With two-thirds of recent high school grads enrolling in college…

Are you living with a silent killer inside you?

Are you living with a silent killer inside you?

Eating well, exercise, sleep – these are all things we can control when it comes to our health. But unfortunately, some health-related things are out of sight, and therefore, often…

2014 Heroin Initiative

2014 Heroin Initiative

     Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli announced the results of an 8-week initiative that focused on combating the growing heroin problem affecting northern New Jersey. As a result of…

HACKENSACK VOLUNTEER AMBULANCE CORPS POSTER CONTEST WINNER ANNOUNCED

HACKENSACK VOLUNTEER AMBULANCE CORPS POSTER CONTEST WINNER ANNOUNCED

Indiana Sanchez, a 5th grade student at Hackensack Middle School, is the winner of the Hackensack Volunteer Ambulance Corps’ 2014 Emergency Medical Services Week poster contest. Deputy Chief Matt Dogali…

Catholic War Veterans visit Visitation Academy

Catholic War Veterans visit Visitation Academy

The Catholic War Veterans of Our Lady of the Visitation Parish presented students of Visitation Academy Interparochial a certificate for winning the Memorial Day poster contest. The theme of the…

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editors, Summertime is Fresh Air time for thousands of New York City children who visit volunteer host families in 13 states from Virginia to Maine and Canada through The…

“The Orchestra Sings”

“The Orchestra Sings”

Many children at some point during their schooling take a “Music Appreciation” class, or participate in a “Meet the Orchestra” program.  Often these classes are not very inspiring or informative…

Career Day at Midland School

Career Day at Midland School

The fourth grade students in Mrs. Hamilton’s Language Arts classes recently participated in Career Day. After researching a career of their choice, they presented their reports and came to school dressed…

Five tips to make the benefits of working from home work for you

Five tips to make the benefits of working from home work for you

If you’ve ever gotten up in the morning and dreaded the idea of going out in the cold or sitting in rush hour traffic, you’ve probably dreamed of working from…