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Sold-Out Crowd Honors Michael Azzara, Charles Matar and Charlotte Sokol, MD BVMI’s 5th Annual Gala Most Successful to Date

Sold-Out Crowd Honors Michael Azzara, Charles Matar and Charlotte Sokol, MD BVMI’s 5th Annual Gala Most Successful to Date

Nov. 12, 2014 – Hackensack, NJ -  Last week more than 330 people celebrated three outstanding BVMI supporters, Michael Azzara, Charles Matar and Charlotte Sokol, MD,  while raising more than…

“Bag-A-Lunch” at St. Joseph Academy

“Bag-A-Lunch” at St. Joseph Academy

Saint Joseph Academy students from fourth through eighth grades, under the guidance of the Academy’s Student Council, recently participated in Bag a Lunch Help a Bunch, a program sponsored by…

Groundbreaking Ceremony First Step in Downtown Revitalization Plan

Groundbreaking Ceremony First Step in Downtown Revitalization Plan

The City of Hackensack along with the Upper Main Street Alliance, DMR Architects and Boswell Engineering partnered to create the future Atlantic Street Park. The groundbreaking ceremony took place on…

Young Cancer Patients Develop Creative Expression through Photography

Young Cancer Patients Develop Creative Expression through Photography

They gather with a shared history and a depth beyond their years. Pediatric cancer patients treated at the Joseph M. Sanzari Children’s Hospital at Hackensack University Medical Center meet once…

Historical Society Library Opens at College

Historical Society Library Opens at College

HACKENSACK, N.J. – Bringing with it more than 300 years of documents, publications and artifacts, the Bergen County Historical Society Library and Archives opened at its new home, the Bergen…

Israeli Scouts at the Kaplen JCC on the Palisades Hold Memorial Ceremony for Yitzhak Rabin

Israeli Scouts at the Kaplen JCC on the Palisades Hold Memorial Ceremony for Yitzhak Rabin

More than 200 people gathered at the Kaplen JCC on the Palisades for a special ceremony to mark Yitzhak Rabin Memorial Day and the 19 years that have passed since…

One of our rabbits need help this week.

One of our rabbits need help this week.

Candy Corn (ID#12510) is a male, medium size rabbit.  Candy Corn was found as a stray. He is not used to being picked up, so an experienced adopter would be…

Visitation Academy puts a SPIN on Halloween

Visitation Academy puts a SPIN on Halloween

Middle School students of Visitation Academy in Paramus dressed as persons from history on Halloween. There was a wide variety, from Martha Washington to Amelia Earhart, from Charlie Chaplin to Mohamed…

Plenty of Patrol on Halloween

Plenty of Patrol on Halloween

The annual Halloween parade was held on October 31 at Memorial School in Paramus. Parents came to see their children march around the ball field.  There were plenty of ghosts,…

Showing Gratitude

Showing Gratitude

Mrs. Bonner’s 4th grade enrichment students at Parkway School in Paramus wrote letters and created cards of appreciation to Second Lieutenant Michal Fiuk in honor of Veteran’s Day and Parkway’s…