Contact Us
Cliffside Park-Edgewater Daily Voice serves Bogota, Cliffside Park & Edgewater
Return to your home site

Menu

Cliffside Park-Edgewater Daily Voice serves Bogota, Cliffside Park & Edgewater

Nearby Towns

Amy Maciaszek

Curator

Amy Maciaszek's Contributions

  1. PSE&G Warns Residents Not To Fall Victim To Scammers In Disguise

    PSE&G Warns Residents Not To Fall Victim To Scammers In Disguise

    Officials with Public Service Electric and Gas Company are warning New Jersey residents they are seeing an increase in scam phone calls and visits by representatives pretending to work for the state's largest utility company.Customers should be suspicious if they get a call from a person claiming to be with the company, then demanding payment with a pre-paid debit card, officials said. ...

  2. Head Start Programs Make A Difference To New Jersey Kids In Poverty

    Head Start Programs Make A Difference To New Jersey Kids In Poverty

    As state and federal lawmakers debate the future of the federally funded Head Start early education program, the Ringwood-based Center for Family Resources continues to make a difference in the low-income families it serves, according to NJ Spotlight.In a Wednesday article, NJ Spotlight points to debates on the effectiveness of Head Start programs that have emerged as President Obama ...

  3. Not Everything Is Rosy In The Garden State, Study Finds

    Not Everything Is Rosy In The Garden State, Study Finds

    While a new poll shows most New Jerseyans are satisfied with life in the Garden State, New Jersey isn't seen as a good place to do business, and reviews are mixed about prospects for the future.Almost six in 10 New Jersey residents say it is a good or great place to live, according to a new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll. Yet a whopping 79 percent said it is fair to poor when it comes to ...

  4. Experts Worry New Jersey Industrial Coastline Is Vulnerable To Storm Damage

    Experts Worry New Jersey Industrial Coastline Is Vulnerable To Storm Damage

    Urban planners and environmental experts are warning state officials to pay closer attention to industrial property owners along the upper New Jersey coast to make sure they are ready for the next massive storm, according to NJ Spotlight.In a Dec. 8 article, those experts said the state has worked hard to prevent a repeat of the widespread damage caused by 2012's Hurricane Sandy, but ...

  5. Hidden Health Care Crisis Of Injuries From Falling Draws Attention

    Hidden Health Care Crisis Of Injuries From Falling Draws Attention

    As our aging population grows and Americans are living longer with chronic health problems, the dangers of falling for adults is increasing as well, according to AARP Bulletin.In the December article, one health care expert even refers to it as "the next tsunami" of health care. The number of adults who have died as a result of falling has more than doubled in the last dozen ...

  6. Build Gingerbread Houses With Bergen Habitat Youth Volunteers

    Build Gingerbread Houses With Bergen Habitat Youth Volunteers

    HACKENSACK, N.J. -- The Youth United group of Habitat for Humanity Bergen County invites families to a "Gingerbread Houses for Humanity" event Sunday in Hackensack.This is the first year the youth group is hosting the "Holiday Family Fun Day and Gingerbread Event." From noon until 4 p.m., families can build gingerbread houses, decorate ornaments and listen to music, ...

  7. John Spring, 98, Bergen County Historian

    John Spring, 98, Bergen County Historian

    CRESSKILL, N.J. -- John E. Spring, longtime Cresskill and Bergen County historian, died Nov. 23 in Waterbury, Conn. He was 98.Born April 13, 1917, to the late Rev. Dr. John C. Spring and Estella Conaway Spring in Steubenville, Ohio, he went on to get a degree in history and political science from Wooster College in Ohio.He moved to Dumont and Englewood, N.J., where he became a machinist ...

  8. Billionaire Carl Icahn Setting Sights On Pep Boys

    Billionaire Carl Icahn Setting Sights On Pep Boys

    BEDFORD, N.Y. -- Billionaire and former Bedford resident Carl Icahn's proposal to buy Pep Boys-Manny Moe & Jack is being considered even while the company moves forward with a merger deal with Bridgestone Corp. of Japan, the Wall Street Journal reported.On Monday, Icahn Enterprises offered to pay $15.50 per share for Pep Boys, higher than Bridgestone's $15 per share, the Wall Street ...

  9. Ridgefield School Principal's Lawsuit Claims Hostile Work Environment

    Ridgefield School Principal's Lawsuit Claims Hostile Work Environment

    RIDGEFIELD, N. J. -- Conflict among administrators in Ridgefield Public Schools appears headed for court now that a principal of two Ridgefield schools filed a lawsuit against the district, claiming a hostile work environment, according to NorthJersey.com.Anna Rubio Gaeta, principal of Bergen Boulevard School and the Shaler Academy, is suing for damages and court costs, saying that ...

  10. First Day Of Black Bear Hunting Season Nets 216 Bears

    First Day Of Black Bear Hunting Season Nets 216 Bears

    Black bear hunting season got under way Monday in northern New Jersey, and state officials report that a total of 216 bears were killed, with close to half of that number coming from Sussex County, according to NJ.com.Monday's total was not far off the total 272 animals hunted last season. The warm temperatures, compared to last year's cold, likely had something to do with it, NJ.com ...

  11. Prev Page 3 of 4 1 2 3 4 Next
    21 - 30 of 37 articles

Welcome to

Cliffside Park-Edgewater Daily Voice!

Serves Bogota, Cliffside Park & Edgewater

Get the news you need to know on the go.

Welcome to

Cliffside Park-Edgewater Daily Voice!

Serves Bogota, Cliffside Park & Edgewater

Hi! You've read our articles so we know you like our reporting. To keep reading please join our mailing list.

Get important news about your town as it happens.