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New research finds 40 percent of teens say they’ve been hit or nearly hit while walking

New research finds 40 percent of teens say they’ve been hit or nearly hit while walking

Cell phones are a great way to keep in touch with teens on the go. However, new research examines how cell phones and other handheld gadgets are causing teens to…

Accident on Hackensack Avenue Ties up Traffic

Accident on Hackensack Avenue Ties up Traffic

On December 1 at 7:48a.m., Hackensack Fire Department responded to an overturned SUV at the entrance to Hackensack Ave. off Route 4 west. While engine 5 was returning from an…

A Feast of Learning

A Feast of Learning

Kindergarten students at Midland School in Paramus gathered for a Thanksgiving Feast of learning.  After creating their own period costume accessories, students gathered to enjoy foods and give thanks as…

Midland School A Real Treat

Midland School A Real Treat

Midland School students were treated to a live performance of some spooky Halloween music as music students from Montclair State University played live over the public address system.  Students and…

Midland School Salutes Veterans

Midland School Salutes Veterans

Midland Students honored Veterans Day as they gathered around the flag pole for a flag‑raising ceremony.  Fourth graders demonstrated the proper way to unfold the flag and then hoisted it…

Personalizing your Medicare options: What’s right for you?

Finding the right Medicare plan can be a little confusing – there are so many plans and coverage options to choose from. Health and wellness company Humana is helping to…

Work-life effectiveness: It’s more achievable than you think

Work-life effectiveness: It’s more achievable than you think

Having a successful and fulfilling job and life outside of work can present challenges. While the debate over achievable “work/life balance” and “having it all” wages on, one thing is…

Not just for future scientists: STEM education spurs creativity, teamwork and problem solving

Not just for future scientists: STEM education spurs creativity, teamwork and problem solving

There’s no denying that STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education is on society’s radar. President Barack Obama’s “Educate to Innovate” initiative hosts a yearly STEM-themed science fair at the…

Troy Needs a Home

Troy Needs a Home

Troy (ID#11670) is a English Bulldog/pitbull terrier mix.  This unusual looking fellow was surrendered to us because his owners had no time for him. We are looking for a family…

Student of the Marking Period

Student of the Marking Period

On Tuesday, November 11, 2014, superintendent, Gregorio Maceri, awarded 7th grader, Luke Reinhardt, the honor of being chosen as student of the first marking period. The student of the marking…