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Still green and still great: National tree program marks 40 years of greening U.S. streets

Still green and still great: National tree program marks 40 years of greening U.S. streets

Apple computers, the rock band U2, “Rocky” and two national football teams — of all the things that turn 40 in 2016, none have transformed the American landscape as definitively…

South Hackensack Students Take the Robotics Challenge

South Hackensack Students Take the Robotics Challenge

What do you think of when you hear the word “robot”?  Do you picture the loveable Wall-E or the unstoppable Terminator?  Well, for the students of Memorial School in South…

Healthy Smiles

Healthy Smiles

Future dental hygienists from Bergen Community College visited Parkway Elementary School in Paramus to discuss and demonstrate an important aspect of good health…oral hygiene! The students learned to use the…

Thumbs Up for Good Behavior

Thumbs Up for Good Behavior

Students in Mrs. Nicole Snyder’s kindergarten class at Memorial Elementary in Paramus visited Principal Laverne O’Boyle’s office to give a “thumbs up” for good behavior. Students shared their classroom news…

HackensackUMC Receives Donation of Cuddle Cot to Help Parents Experiencing Newborn Loss

HackensackUMC Receives Donation of Cuddle Cot to Help Parents  Experiencing Newborn Loss

The Forget Me Not Foundation recently presented the Donna A. Sanzari Children’s Hospital at HackensackUMC with a donation of a “Cuddle Cot” to the Labor & Delivery Unit.   A Cuddle…

Hackensack Resident Marianne Warhol Serves with Local Non-Profit “Fix It Up Raffle”

Hackensack Resident Marianne Warhol Serves with Local Non-Profit “Fix It Up Raffle”

Marianne Warhol of Hackensack is on the board of directors of Rebuilding Together Bergen County and serves as the organization’s Project Selections Chair and one of its house evaluators. She…

Community connections are a lifeline when coping with chronic disease

Community connections are a lifeline when coping with chronic disease

Like many people facing a chronic disease diagnosis, Renee Rodriguez felt utterly alone. After a lifetime of battling illnesses and infections, Rodriguez’s immunologist told her she had Common Variable Immune…

Hackensack Chamber Holds Ladies Night Out

Hackensack Chamber Holds Ladies Night Out

The Hackensack Chamber held Ladies Night Out at Parisian Beauty Academy with the women being treated to facials, hair treatments and more. The Chit Chat Diner provided refreshments and special…

Maywood Sons of the American Legion Raise Money for a Girl in Need

Maywood Sons of the American Legion Raise Money for a Girl in Need

On Sunday March 13th, the Maywood Sons of the American Legion held their annual March Madness Shuffleboard Tournament. This year the event was accompanied by a bingo party and both…

Burning! Inside the Mind of John Wilkes Booth

Burning! Inside the Mind of John Wilkes Booth

The Players Guild of Leonia presents “Burning! Inside the Mind of John Wilkes Booth: We know what he did, but Why did he do it? an original One Act Play…