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The Spot – Spring 2014

Critical tips for protecting your vehicle’s exterior from winter wear

Critical tips for protecting your vehicle’s exterior from winter wear

Making sure your car or truck is ready for winter is an important aspect of being a responsible driver. But preparing your vehicle isn’t just about checking your fluids and…

Old-Fashioned Sweets, Modern Twist

Old-Fashioned Sweets, Modern Twist

By Joy Belgiovine Mills Bakery (275 Valley Blvd., Wood-Ridge ) has been a neighborhood staple in Wood-Ridge since opening its doors in 1920, serving up old-fashioned sweet treats such as pecan…

Mock Trial Team Success

Mock Trial Team Success

The Bergen Catholic High School Mock Trial team finished off another successful season, not losing a single competition until the semi-final round of the Bergen County tournament. Pictured: Peter Coleman,…

Four simple tips for designing an on-trend home for 2014

Four simple tips for designing an on-trend home for 2014

The new year will usher in a new era of home decor by welcoming an “anything goes” attitude as designers mix old with new; DIY and high-end; as well as…

Men’s health program pushes the envelope to save young men’s lives

Men’s health program pushes the envelope to save young men’s lives

In their 20s and 30s, most men feel invincible. The last thing on a young man’s mind is cancer – let alone testicular cancer. At the age of 37, Sean…

Save a life: learn the signs, symptoms of lung cancer

Save a life: learn the signs, symptoms of lung cancer

A worrisome cough that just won’t go away might send you to the doctor, and rightly so. A cough that keeps getting worse could be a sign of lung cancer,…

MLK Statue Project Seeks Donors

MLK Statue Project Seeks Donors

By Joy Belgiovine  As Black History Month comes to a close, the Bergen County Martin Luther King Jr. Monument Committee is actively seeking donations to put the finishing touches on…

Bergen Community Student Leading NAACP Region

Bergen Community Student Leading NAACP Region

Bergen Community College student Ivan Wei believes equality is colorblind – and so is he.  Perhaps not in the literal sense – Wei can see just fine – but for…

East Brook Musicians Selected

East Brook Musicians Selected

Students from East Brook Middle School in Paramus recently auditioned along with hundreds of fellow seventh and eighth graders from northern New Jersey for acceptance into the highly competitive Region…