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  1. Midland Park Mosque Invites All Cultures To New Year's Celebration

    Midland Park Mosque Invites All Cultures To New Year's Celebration

    MIDLAND PARK, N.J. — The Elzahra Islamic Center in Midland Park on Saturday will play host to Mawlid-An-Nabi, a multi-cultural event that aims to bring understanding to its religion at a time of increased fear and hatred. Leaders and dozens of guests will gather for speeches, food and a chance to meet with various guest imams. They also will recite the Quran. Roughly 300 attendees are ...

  2. Congressman Representative To Visit River Vale For Discussion

    Congressman Representative To Visit River Vale For Discussion

    RIVER VALE, N.J. -- A representative for United States Congressman Scott Garrett is expected to address River Vale residents' questions and concerns at a Thurs. Jan. 7 meeting. Andrew Whitehouse will at Borough Hall from 9:30 a.m. to 11: 30 a.m."It's a fairly casual meeting — it's a way for him to hear the issues and address them," said Gail McIntyre, the assistant to the ...

  3. Rockleigh Shelter Is First In New Jersey To Help Senior Abuse Survivors

    Rockleigh Shelter Is First In New Jersey To Help Senior Abuse Survivors

    ROCKLEIGH, N.J. — A facility dedicated to housing victims of elder abuse in Rockleigh has been awaiting residents since opening during the summer.SeniorHaven, launched by Jewish Home Family, is the first of its kind in New Jersey and among 14 in the United States.The shelter is for survivors of elder abuse.“The shelter movement has been growing nationally but growing slowly,” said Carol ...

  4. 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 ...

  5. 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 ...

  6. Edgewater's Japanese Market Rings In New Year's With Pudding Pounding

    Edgewater's Japanese Market Rings In New Year's With Pudding Pounding

    EDGEWATER, N.J. — Mitsuwa Marketplace will ring in the new year with a mochi pudding festival at 10 a.m. Friday.Mochitsuki is a one of the traditional activities of the New Year's celebration in Japan. The cooked rice is pounded by two people with a wooden hammer (kine) in a traditional large, wooden bowl (usu). One person pounds the mochi with a kine and the other one wets and ...

  7. One-Year Anniversary Mass Honors Fallen Cliffside Park Police Officer

    One-Year Anniversary Mass Honors Fallen Cliffside Park Police Officer

    CLIFFSIDE PARK, N.J. -- Dozens gathered at a Cliffside Park church on a soggy Tuesday morning on the first anniversary of the death of 22-year-old borough police Officer Stephen Petruzzello, who was struck and killed by an SUV while on patrol.“It’s raining now, but It should clear up later,” said Petruzzello’s father, Ron, who attended the service at Epiphany Church with his wife, ...

  8. Paramus Native, Miss Delaware USA Awaits Miss USA Competition

    Paramus Native, Miss Delaware USA Awaits Miss USA Competition

    PARAMUS, N.J. — A 20-year-old Paramus woman who won the Miss Delaware USA competition last month is awaiting detail on competing in the Miss USA pageant. Alexandra Vorontsova, a student at the University of Delaware entered the pageant world at 19 years old in 2014.She placed as first runner up in her second competition last year, but is only settling into her new duties."I ...

  9. Daily Voice Year In Review: Wayne Couple Creates Christmas Magic

    Daily Voice Year In Review: Wayne Couple Creates Christmas Magic

    Daily Voice this week is running down some of the top stories of 2015, leading up to the most popular on Thursday.  Here is one of the stories that we loved this year.WAYNE, N.J. — Rich and Gina Martorana decorate their Wayne home for most holidays, but Christmas is extra special. Earlier this month Daily Voice profiled the couple, who display approximately 50 inflatables at their home ...

  10. Cresskill Artist Seeks Creative Spark In Others

    Cresskill Artist Seeks Creative Spark In Others

    CRESSKILL, N.J. — Lifelong Cresskill resident Paulette Cochet has experimented in watercolor, mixed media, art journaling and drawing since 1980. Now, the professional artist and illustrator is helping others master their art.Cochet teaches painting at Flat Rock Brook Nature Center in Englewood and in private sessions in an Alpine studio. "I lost my mother many years ago, and she ...

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