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Visitation Academy celebrates Computer Science Week

Visitation Academy celebrates Computer Science Week

HOUR OF CODE – Under the direction of Computer teacher, Mrs. Monticello each class at Visitation Academy in Paramus will participate in the Hour of Code program during Computer Science…

One simple home improvement cuts noise pollution while boosting energy savings

One simple home improvement cuts noise pollution while boosting energy savings

Whether it’s the neighbor’s lawnmower, low-flying aircraft, heavy traffic or loud music, noise pollution can hinder you from truly enjoying your home. Nowadays, a quiet place to relax and chill…

“Tis the Season of Giving”

“Tis the Season of Giving”

Stemming from last year, The Goodridge family of Hackensack accomplished another overwhelming mission this year.  On Thanksgiving Day, before the family sat down to dinner, three members, Antron, Lauren, Jr.,…

FDA’s message to moms: Eat more seafood

FDA’s message to moms: Eat more seafood

Your mother probably told you “fish is brain food.” Turns out she was right. The nutrients in seafood are vital to the brain development of young children, especially during pregnancy.…

Luxury 55 and Over Community Opens in Rochelle Park

Luxury 55 and Over Community Opens in Rochelle Park

Photo Caption: Rochelle Park Mayor Frank Valenzuela joins owners Paul and Fin O’Neill to cut the ceremonial ribbon at Park Terrace in Rochelle Park. The official grand opening of Park…

Americans have a big opportunity to improve their dishwasher regimen and save water

Americans have a big opportunity to improve their dishwasher regimen and save water

Nearly everyone (96 percent) wastes up to an hour each week pre-washing their dishes, according to a recent survey. But the reality is that the outdated ritual of pre-washing can…

The Kaplen JCC on the Palisades Presents Teen Mission to Washington, DC Sunday, March 29 – Tuesday, March 31, 2015 Early-bird deadline: December 15

The Kaplen JCC on the Palisades Presents Teen Mission to Washington, DC Sunday, March 29 – Tuesday, March 31, 2015 Early-bird deadline: December 15

Students in grades 10-12 from throughout Bergen County are invited to participate in the Teen Mission to Washington, DC – Panim el Panim— a seminar offered by the Teen Department…

ADLER APHASIA CENTER RECEIVES MAJOR GIFT TO REVITALIZE ITS TECHNOLOGY LAB

ADLER APHASIA CENTER RECEIVES MAJOR GIFT TO REVITALIZE ITS TECHNOLOGY LAB

The Frances Davis Fund recently donated $50,000 to the Adler Aphasia Center to upgrade their computer and audio-visual equipment for their Technology Lab and for use in other areas of…

Simple twists to enhance classic Thanksgiving fare

Simple twists to enhance classic Thanksgiving fare

Family and friends make Thanksgiving special, but it’s the food that’s always the center of attention. From juicy turkey and creamy potatoes to zesty cranberries and buttery rolls, nobody leaves…

Young adults are getting serious about money sooner than you think

Young adults are getting serious about money sooner than you think

More evidence has emerged that parents are doing a better job teaching kids about money, and young adults are getting better at managing it. For instance, the majority of millennials…