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Help This Dog From the Shelter Find a Home

Help This Dog From the Shelter Find a Home

Vic (ID#20221) is a male, senior, yorkshire terrier.  Vic came in as a stray. About ten years old, he is not overly active, but still gets around fairly well. He’s…

Faculty and Staff Raise $4,300 for Food Pantry

Faculty and Staff Raise $4,300 for Food Pantry

Professor Steven Fischer, Ph.D., Center for Food Action Coordinator Lisa Pitz, Professor Sydney Birnback, Ph.D., and Professor Fred Golub. PARAMUS, N.J. – Three longtime Bergen Community College faculty members –…

What’s your type of custom shower? [Infographic]

What’s your type of custom shower? [Infographic]

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10 ways to be more active during the work day

10 ways to be more active during the work day

We’re sitting too much and it’s dangerous. The average American spends more than seven hours sitting every day, and the more time you sit, the higher your risk of serious,…

HFD on the Scene of a Car Fire

HFD on the Scene of a Car Fire

The 4th platoon Engine’s 5, 4, Rescue 1 & deputy 4 responded to 411 Hackensack Avenue for a car fire on the top deck of the parking garage. Engine 5…

Paramus Choirs take Firsts in Hamiton

Paramus Choirs take Firsts in Hamiton

On Saturday, April 30th, the Paramus High School Concert Choir and Prem1ers Honors Choir competed in the Music in the Parks Festival in Hamilton, New Jersey. Both ensembles placed 1st in…

Midland School Begins Rehearsals for Aladdin

Midland School Begins Rehearsals for Aladdin

Under the direction of Kathy O’Neil, Midland is presently the play Aladdin Kids this year.  Students in grades 1 through 4 tried out for our production, rehearsals are underway, and…

Midland Staff and Students Go Under the Sea to Support Scholarship Show

Midland Staff and Students Go Under the Sea to Support Scholarship Show

Several Midland students, along with teachers Robert Marion and Jennifer Jennings, performed in the Paramus Scholarship Show’s rendition of Disney’s “The Little Mermaid.”  This was a team effort to raise…

The edible backyard: A source for family meals – and fun

The edible backyard: A source for family meals – and fun

Have your kids ever asked you where the food they’re eating comes from? It’s a question many parents are answering right from their backyard and porches. To create a hands-on…

Tiny-home trend models sustainability to all homeowners

Tiny-home trend models sustainability to all homeowners

Imagine selling your 2,700 square-foot home – the average size American house – and moving to a modest 400 square-foot home that substantially reduces your environmental footprint. Sound radical? Yes,…