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Regan Named Top Student

Regan Named Top Student

South Hackensack Memorial School Principal Gregorio Maceri has named eighth grader Alexa Regan as student of the first marking period. Alexa is excelling in her advanced math and language arts…

January Theater Performances Planned

January Theater Performances Planned

The Hackensack Theatre Company is hosting two weekends of benefit performances. The first, a cabaret featuring the music of local actress and recent Hackensack High School graduate Kylie Mowry, will…

Resolve to reduce waste this year

Resolve to reduce waste this year

Americans produce 25 percent more household waste during the holiday season – that’s an extra 1.2 million tons of trash per week from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day. Here are…

Adding traditional twists to the Thanksgiving meal

Adding traditional twists to the Thanksgiving meal

Across America, families will be spending Thanksgiving together, and more than likely, enjoying the same menu items they’ve enjoyed in years past. Interestingly, more than half of Americans would embrace…

Making a smooth transition to a post-military career

Making a smooth transition to a post-military career

Leaving the military is like leaving home for the first time. Upon discharge, service members are faced with the question of: “What’s next?” Some service members obtain their degree while…

7 Fairytale Alpine Towns that You have to See to Believe

7 Fairytale Alpine Towns that You have to See to Believe

      If there is one specific feature that can make or break a vacation destination, it’s the weather. While it’s typically rare for a town to look just…

Police Determine ‘Victim’ Lied

Police Determine ‘Victim’ Lied

Paramus police now say a 23-year-old woman who reported being shot at the Westfield Garden State Plaza on New Year’s Eve was lying. At approximately 6:30 p.m. that night, detectives…

Being your own boss: getting your freelance or small business off the ground

Being your own boss: getting your freelance or small business off the ground

It’s one of the greatest American dreams. You make your own hours and choose your own clients, while doing what you love and getting paid for it. Starting your own…

Library Hosts Gingerbread Extravaganza

Library Hosts Gingerbread Extravaganza

The weekend of Dec. 21 was a wonderful time of the year as the Maywood Public Library hosted its fourth annual Gingerbread House Party.  Participants met children’s author Blaze Kelly…

Maywood Legionnaires Spread Kindness

Maywood Legionnaires Spread Kindness

Members of Maywood American Legion Post 142 recently delivered two truckloads of gifts to the ladies and children at Shelter Our Sisters, an organization which helps victims of domestic abuse.  The American Legion…