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Rotary Hosts Poker Event

Rotary Hosts Poker Event

On Friday, Feb. 21, Hackensack Rotary will be hosting its second annual Texas Hold’em Poker Tournament at the Rochelle Park Knights of Columbus, 235 Rochelle Ave. The tournament entry fee…

Indoor Baseball Teams Battle

Indoor Baseball Teams Battle

On Jan. 26, Hackensack Gators Team A and Team B faced off against each other in the championship game of the P.B.I. indoor winter baseball league in Upper Saddle River.…

Creating a pollinator-friendly habitat in your backyard

Creating a pollinator-friendly habitat in your backyard

Pollinators such as bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, bats and beetles play an important role in producing healthy plants and food for people and wildlife. Without pollinators feeding on nectar and moving…

Know your options when selecting a treatment for metastatic melanoma

Know your options when selecting a treatment for metastatic melanoma

After a diagnosis of metastatic melanoma, it can be difficult to understand the different treatment options that are available. Every case is unique and there is no single answer for…

Add value to your home with smart spring home improvements

Add value to your home with smart spring home improvements

Snow, blizzards, Arctic winds and damaging ice storms have wreaked havoc across the country this winter. While it may feel as though spring will never come, building experts suggest that…

Hackensack Falls to Indian Hills, 50-55

Hackensack Falls to Indian Hills, 50-55

  By Michel Cohen Unable to overcome the offensive power of Indian Hills’ senior-laden lineup, the Hackensack High School boys’ varsity basketball team fell to 5-11 on the season after…

Shake up snack time with a pop of flavor inspiration

Shake up snack time with a pop of flavor inspiration

Popcorn is one of the oldest snacks known to mankind. The fluffy kernels were a favorite pastime long before the first motion picture. In fact, it is believed the oldest…

Checkmate!

Checkmate!

Thanks to a grant, the Midland School Chess Masters group has received a life-sized chess board. The Paramus third and fourth grade students are now teaching the rest of the…

Suspected Watch Thief Nabbed

Suspected Watch Thief Nabbed

On Jan. 31, Paramus Police Detective Michael Cebulski and Officer Sal Cosentino arrested Ishmell Sumter, 46, of Paterson, in connection with a series of thefts of Michael Kors watches. Sumter…

Small businesses go leaner, more effective with technology tools

Small businesses go leaner, more effective with technology tools

While the Great Recession convinced many big corporations to improve efficiency and reduce spending, small businesses have historically known the value of operating “lean and mean.” Many have never had…