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Paramus Geography Experts Compete

Paramus Geography Experts Compete

Students in grades 5 through 8 participated in the 2014 National Geographic Bee at East Brook Middle School of Paramus on Jan. 23 and Jan. 24.  Two finalists, Anum Ilyas…

Lady Bowlers Win Big

Lady Bowlers Win Big

The Hackensack High School girls’ bowling team recently won the Group 4 North Jersey State Sectional Championship. The last time the Lady Comets won this title was back in 1996.…

Spring Classes at Bergen

Spring Classes at Bergen

Students who missed the opportunity to register for classes beginning Jan. 21 at Bergen Community College have additional options with the school’s flexible start dates. The Spring II slate of…

Teachers Clobber Puck Hogs

Teachers Clobber Puck Hogs

East Brook Middle School of Paramus recently held its 12th annual teacher/student floor hockey game. More than 100 East Brook students in grades 5 through 8 participated in the league that…

Johnson Library Going High Tech

Johnson Library Going High Tech

Patrons of Johnson Public Library in Hackensack and the 73 other libraries in the Bergen County Cooperative Library System can now borrow eBooks for their computers, nooks, kindles, iPads and…

Dance Center Wins Grant

Dance Center Wins Grant

Joan Shigekawa, senior deputy chairwoman, National Endowment for the Arts, recently announced that the Center for Modern Dance Education of Hackensack was one of 150 not-for-profit organizations nationwide to receive…

Super Saturday at The Shops is Here

Super Saturday at The Shops is Here

Hackensack, NJ January 16, 2014:  The Shops at Riverside and the Hackensack Regional Chamber of Commerce have joined forces to celebrate this years’ Big Game coming to New Jersey.  A…

Parkway Snowy Day Fun

Parkway Snowy Day Fun

Preschool classes at Parkway School in Paramus recently enjoyed Snowy Day Learning Centers where they demonstrated teamwork by using scooters to build a snowman.  The children also made snow tracks…

Main Street Becoming Two-Way

Main Street Becoming Two-Way

By Michael Cohen Hackensack is moving forward with plans to revitalize Main Street, specifically turning a row of old stores and businesses at 150-170 Main into a major business and…

Visitation Academy ‘Souper Bowl’

Visitation Academy ‘Souper Bowl’

The student council of Visitation Academy in Paramus recently collected soup for the Helping Hands Ministry of Sacred Heart Church in Rochelle Park.  The students combined the soup drive with…