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Bergen Boosts Support for Small Businesses

Bergen Boosts Support for Small Businesses

Bergen Community College unveiled centralized space and resources for small businesses and entrepreneurs during an open house attended by more than 250 people June 3 at Bergen Community College at…

Mussy Needs a Home

Mussy Needs a Home

Mussy (ID#14098) is a tortoiseshell, adult, female cat.  At 4 years old, this sweetheart adores to be in your arms and will be grateful for any sort of affection. Not…

Don’t let long-term care needs spring up on you – plan ahead

Don’t let long-term care needs spring up on you – plan ahead

Most of us have spent the better part of the last seven months bundled up or buried in snow, but the time has come to shed the layers and ditch…

Gaming on the go: Hot trend allows favorite games to break free of the console

Gaming on the go: Hot trend allows favorite games to break free of the console

More Americans play video games than don’t. In fact, 67 percent of U.S. households play video games, according to the Entertainment Software Rating Board. Many gamers, however, have either been…

The pursuit of freedom for responsible dog owners

The pursuit of freedom for responsible dog owners

Americans cherish freedom. As a society, we agree that it’s wrong to discriminate based on how someone looks, their racial heritage or their religious beliefs. What about the rights of…

Find space with grace, the best positioning for items around your house

Find space with grace, the best positioning for items around your house

Equations are for more than just math class; did you know there’s a proper order of operations for your home, too? Whether it’s arranging your couch and television for optimal…

Under pressure: How to manage stress before it affects your health

Under pressure: How to manage stress before it affects your health

Stress: it makes your heart race, your head pound and your stomach churn. While a little stress can be a good thing and help motivate us when needed, too much…

Elite High School Scientists Headed To BIO2015 to Face Off in the BioGENEius Challenge

Elite High School Scientists Headed To BIO2015 to Face Off in the BioGENEius Challenge

Local Bergen County Academies students compete nationally. New This Year, Students will Compete in Three BioGENEius Challenge Tracks:  The Johnson & Johnson Innovation Global Healthcare Track, Agriculture and Environment  …

The Auxiliary of HackensackUMC Completes its $2.5 Million Dollar Pledge

The Auxiliary of HackensackUMC Completes its $2.5 Million Dollar Pledge

The Auxiliary of HackensackUMC reached a milestone, raising a total of $444,000 from May 2014 to May 2015 to complete a pledge of $2.5 million. The funds will support programs…

Thurnauer School Chorus to Perform Holocaust-Era Children’s Opera, Brundibar, at the Sandra O. Gold Founder’s Day Concert at Kaplen JCC on the Palisades Thursday, June 18, 6:30 PM

Thurnauer School Chorus to Perform Holocaust-Era Children’s Opera, Brundibar, at the Sandra O. Gold Founder’s Day Concert at Kaplen JCC on the Palisades Thursday, June 18, 6:30 PM

The children’s opera Brundibar will be performed by The Young People’s Chorus @ Thurnauer (YPC@T), on Thursday, June 18 at 6:30 p.m., as part of the 16th annual Sandra O.…