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Students Host Annual Anti-Bullying and Suicide Prevention Walk

Students Host Annual Anti-Bullying and Suicide Prevention Walk

On April 18, Bergen Community College’s S.P.A.R.K. A Change (Students Practicing Acts of Random Kindness) Club and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention sponsored a fundraising walk to raise bullying…

Turn your tax refund into savings

Turn your tax refund into savings

Millions of Americans get a refund on their taxes each year. If you are one of them, why not use part of your refund to save for the future with…

Think Before You Speak

Think Before You Speak

To kick off a lesson on cooperative activities, Jean Mulholland, an anti-bullying specialist, visited Parkway School of Paramus to suggest that students take a moment to THINK before they speak…

World Autism Awareness Day

World Autism Awareness Day

Each April 2, Autism Speaks celebrates Light It Up Blue along with the international autism community in commemoration of the United Nations-sanctioned World Autism Awareness Day. Light It Up Blue…

New credit score myths and why you shouldn’t believe them

New credit score myths and why you shouldn’t believe them

Myths and folklore endlessly evolve as cultures change, technologies emerge and societies grow. Some myths – like the one that warns against washing Pop Rocks down with Coke – are…

Attempted Luring in Hackensack

Attempted Luring in Hackensack

Via automated phone call on Monday, Hackensack Schools Superintendent Karen Lewis informed parents of an attempted luring incident that morning. A boy was on his way to the Hackensack Middle…

Learn how to achieve your weight loss goals this year

Learn how to achieve your weight loss goals this year

The average American who wants to lose weight will make four attempts this year and only one in six of them will see long-term success. Statistics also show it takes 21 days to create…

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…

Hackensack Test Scores Improving

Hackensack Test Scores Improving

By Michael Cohen Hackensack students are making the grade, according to new data revealed by Assistant Superintendent Rosemary Marks during Monday’s monthly school board meeting at Hackensack High School. According…

Teaneck Cyber Safety Program Thursday

Teaneck Cyber Safety Program Thursday

In response to the recent security breaches at various retailers and other Internet businesses, along with ongoing cell phone safety concerns, Teaneck Councilmen Elie Y. Katz and Yitz Stern will…

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