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  1. Fort Lee Rising Collegiate Athlete: I Finally Achieved My Goal

    Fort Lee Rising Collegiate Athlete: I Finally Achieved My Goal

    FORT LEE, N.J – Jared Brusco of Fort Lee has signed on to play soccer at Sacred Heart University in the fall.Jared has been playing soccer since he was 5, said his dad, Franco Brusco. He played baseball from a young age as well – Franco's sport – but chose to focus on soccer when he was 12."I worked all my life for this moment, and I can't believe I achieved my goal of becoming a ...

  2. Ho-Ho-Kus Museum Seeks Spirits Of Former Residents At 'Psychic Tea'

    Ho-Ho-Kus Museum Seeks Spirits Of Former Residents At 'Psychic Tea'

    HO-HO-KUS, N.J. – Medium Craig McManus is returning to the Hermitage Museum on Sunday, March 26, this time for a "Psychic Tea at the Hermitage."The event includes a "fabulous high tea," followed by a two-hour channeling session and a tour of the historic museum.The Rosencrantz family occupied the home from 1807 until 1970. The museum notes that Bess Rosencrantz ...

  3. Cliffside Park Coach, Board of Ed Secretary Francine Intemann Dies At 64

    Cliffside Park Coach, Board of Ed Secretary Francine Intemann Dies At 64

    CLIFFSIDE PARK, N.J. -- Francine E. (De Blasio) Intemann, of Cliffside Park, died on on Friday, March 3. She was 64.Intemann worked for the Cliffside Park School District, beginning as a bus driver and aide, then eventually secretary, over a 20-year career. "She was a devoted coach to her sons' soccer and little league teams, and a mother to all those who didn't have one," ...

  4. Matthew J. Koziol, 90, Longtime Cliffside Park Resident

    Matthew J. Koziol, 90, Longtime Cliffside Park Resident

    CLIFFSIDE PARK, N.J. -- Matthew J. Koziol, of Cliffside Park, died on Friday, March 3. He was 90.Born in Brooklyn, Koziol lived in Bayonne and Jersey City, before he and his wife settled in Cliffside Park, where they lived together for over 60 years. He played baseball in high school and was offered an opportunity to try out for the then-New York Giants.A Marine veteran of World War II, ...

  5. Chef Brings Italian Authenticity To Rutherford Market

    Chef Brings Italian Authenticity To Rutherford Market

    RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Rutherford's Erica Russo grew up learning homemade cooking from her southern Italian grandparents, and after culinary school and learning and working abroad, she's brought her expanded knowledge home, to Matera's on Park.From a young age, she learned how to make homemade pasta, dried sausages and sauce from scratch. She graduated from Rutherford High School in 2006 ...

  6. Fair Lawn Woman Recalls Early Days Of Rights Movement, With 'When We Rise'

    Fair Lawn Woman Recalls Early Days Of Rights Movement, With 'When We Rise'

    FAIR LAWN, N.J. – ABC's striking four-part miniseries "When We Rise" began this Monday, telling the personal stories of another civil rights movement of the '70s. A Fair Lawn woman has been watching – and looking back on her own life and the advances she's seen.The series has eight hourlong episodes, presented in pairs over the week. It's set in 1970s San Francisco, home to ...

  7. Ex-Pro Northvale Baseball Player Makes Pitch For Custom Bats

    Ex-Pro Northvale Baseball Player Makes Pitch For Custom Bats

    NORTHVALE, N.J. – Marc Bourgeois began playing baseball when he was four, and he's translated his love of the game into making professional hard-maple bats. He'll be visiting Northvale this weekend to give folks a look at his products.Bourgeois, a Montreal native, got a full scholarship to play ball in the States, first in southern Florida, then in southern Mississippi. He was then ...

  8. Hillsdale Complaint: Demarest Farms Produce-Picking Creates Traffic Dangers

    Hillsdale Complaint: Demarest Farms Produce-Picking Creates Traffic Dangers

    HILLSDALE, N.J. – In the fall, folks flock to Demarest Farms and Orchards to pick apples, pumpkins and peaches – and the Borough of Hillsdale has filed a complaint, asserting that inadequate parking for these customers is creating danger for both customers and drivers.The borough filed a complaint with the Bergen County Agricultural Development Board in early February, and it will be ...

  9. Women's Groups Join To Host 'Politics 101' In Woodcliff Lake

    Women's Groups Join To Host 'Politics 101' In Woodcliff Lake

    WOODCLIFF LAKE, N.J. – Two local groups are co-hosting a "Politics 101: What You Need to Know and Why" seminar this Thursday evening, March 2, to help folks navigate the current political landscape.Women for Progress and WEDO, which stands for Women Empowered Democratic Organization, have designed this event to help educate the community about how the government operates, ...

  10. EPA Taps Clifton Superfund Site For Spring Cleanup

    EPA Taps Clifton Superfund Site For Spring Cleanup

    CLIFTON -- When Clifton's Alfred Heller Heat Treating Company declared bankruptcy in 2009, it left behind a toxic legacy, but a new developer is working closely with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, which is entering another phase of its remediation work this spring, The Record reports.EPA, state and local officials toured the facility in 2009 and found an extensive trove of ...

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