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  1. Edgewater Shop Owner Puts An Artful Twist On Froyo

    Edgewater Shop Owner Puts An Artful Twist On Froyo

    EDGEWATER, N.J. — An Edgewater frozen yogurt shop owner is combining unusual aspects in business. “I love art. You see it in all the details around the shop," said Paul Turpanjian of Ridgefield, who opened Yogart on Old River Road in 2013. Probiotic cultures are in his dairy creations along with real baklavah, citrus and vanilla. He seeks to surprise customers with fitness and art ...

  2. Cresskill Varsity Golfers Take First Swings Toward Championship

    Cresskill Varsity Golfers Take First Swings Toward Championship

    CRESSKILL, N.J. — The Cresskill High School varsity golf team started training this month, and members are aiming to win this year's championship after a 13-year drought.Head Coach Adam Preciado of Dumont saw the Cougars' record improve from 4-11 in 2014, his first year with the team, to 8-11 last year. Now, he's hoping to have access to local country clubs that may allow the team to ...

  3. Cresskill Library Raises Funds For Participation In Statewide Makers Day

    Cresskill Library Raises Funds For Participation In Statewide Makers Day

    CRESSKILL, N.J. -- The library in Cresskill is seeking funds for its participation in New Jersey's Makers Day in March.At the Sat. Mar. 19 event, the library will include volunteers to help host the event, and they are asking participants to also bring in their own projects. To enhance community engagement, members of the library are exploring new ideas for entrepreneurship, innovation ...

  4. Cresskill's Farmhouse Cafe Expands To Westwood This Spring

    Cresskill's Farmhouse Cafe Expands To Westwood This Spring

    CRESSKILL, N.J. — Farmhouse Cafe and Eatery in Cresskill will be opening a second location on Center Avenue in Westwood this spring.Farmhouse Cafe originally started in 1979 as “Pita Cuisine” at 65 Spring Street and have moved around the downtown Manhattan neighborhood for the last 30 plus years.“We’re doing a big build out right now and a whole other draw of people, so we are excited ...

  5. Closter Museum Displays Work Of Artists With Special Needs

    Closter Museum Displays Work Of Artists With Special Needs

    CRESSKILL, N.J. — The Belskie Museum in Closter is showcasing the work of artists who have special needs in “Arts Unbound” through Jan. 24. The majority of the 60 pieces in the show — made with an array of mediums — are for sale.Among them is the work of Andrew Weatherly, a 23-year-old Closter native who has Down’s Syndrome. “I started the program and loved it,” said Weatherly. “It’s ...

  6. Northern Valley Regional District Collects Youth Sports Equipment

    Northern Valley Regional District Collects Youth Sports Equipment

    DEMAREST, N.J. — The Northern Valley Regional School District is holding a sports equipment drive through Jan. 17 for Jeremy's Heroes, a nonprofit organization that helps finances youth sports. Demarest High School on Knickerbocker Road will serve as the drop off point where families can contribute new and gently-used equipment, jerseys, balls and other sports item. All items will be ...

  7. Elderly Driver's Sedan Barrels Into Two Cars, AutoZone Store In Fairview

    Elderly Driver's Sedan Barrels Into Two Cars, AutoZone Store In Fairview

    FAIRVIEW, N.J. — A sedan driven by a 90-something man sideswiped two cars before crashing into an AutoZone store in Fairview on Thursday.Three people were injured, none seriously, in the 1:15 p.m. crash, responders told Daily Voice.One customer said he was recharging his battery when he saw the black Chevy Impala careen into the Bergen Boulevard lot.“The driver was about 90 years old. ...

  8. Cresskill Youngsters Learn Ping Pong In New Rec Program

    Cresskill Youngsters Learn Ping Pong In New Rec Program

    CRESSKILL, N.J. — Cresskill Recreation Center will be offering ping pong lessons and games in conjunction with Kiddie Gym USA starting Jan. 6. The department hopes youngsters can learn and benefit from a sport that could help their overall health. “There are lots of benefits — brain development, hand-eye coordination,” said Sudeshna "Sue" Chakravorty, a Dumont mother-of-two ...

  9. Metropolitan Farm In Closter Offers Eggs Around The Clock

    Metropolitan Farm In Closter Offers Eggs Around The Clock

    CLOSTER, N.J. -- Metropolitan Farm in Closter may be closing most of its operations for January and February, but its egg vehicle will be available 24-hours a day. The farm continues to profit with a self-serve vehicle that is loadable and can store and dispense farm-fresh eggs throughout the year. "Just put your six bucks in and people can get their eggs," said farm manager ...

  10. Spotlights Shine For Fallen Cliffside Park Police Officer

    Spotlights Shine For Fallen Cliffside Park Police Officer

    CLIFFSIDE PARK, N.J. — Ron Petruzzello watched proudly Tuesday night as spotlights bathed an American flag raised by Cliffside Park firefighters near the spot where his son, Officer Stephen Petruzzello, was struck and killed while on patrol a year ago.“They are blue and white,” said Petruzzello, who had to cut through red tape to get FAA approval. "I like to think Stephen can see ...

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