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Melissa Heule

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  1. Midland Park Fire Department Seeks 'Project Santa' Feedback

    Midland Park Fire Department Seeks 'Project Santa' Feedback

    MIDLAND PARK, N.J. — The Midland Park Fire Department is seeking input on its first-ever Project Santa event. The department invited Santa to travel around neighborhood streets, visit hundreds of children, and distribute gifts, all for a donation to support emergency service workers.Participants are asked for their feedback on the timeliness of the department answering questions, and ...

  2. Teaneck Students Aid Rockleigh Seniors

    Teaneck Students Aid Rockleigh Seniors

    ROCKLEIGH, N.J. -- Students from Maayanot Yeshiva High School in Teaneck volunteered at the Jewish Home at Rockleigh by sorting medical supplies to be sent to refugees and the needy.The Harriet Seid Medical Equipment Sorting Project, with the support of the AFYA Foundation, was held last week at the Jewish Home. Teens also spent time with residents around Christmas as they played games ...

  3. Oakland Woman Gives Back To Honor Late Brother

    Oakland Woman Gives Back To Honor Late Brother

    OAKLAND, N.J. — An Oakland woman is remembering the 10th anniversary of her brother's death by giving to those in need with fundraising efforts.Susan McLaughlin said her late brother, Chris, enjoyed organizing "McLaughstock — an annual Fourth of July fundraiser for different benefactors.McLaughlin feels the fundraiser is the most suitable way to honor her brother's death.“It’s been ...

  4. Cliffside Park Church Stages Centennial Celebrations

    Cliffside Park Church Stages Centennial Celebrations

    CLIFFSIDE PARK, N.J. - Church of the Epiphany in Cliffside Park is preparing to celebrate its centennial anniversary on Jan. 2.The official Feast of the Epiphany celebrated by the Catholic Church runs in tandem with the 100th anniversary of the parish.“When you are around for 100 years, it’s amazing the amount of materials you retain,” said Parish Council President John Mitchell, who ...

  5. Englewood Cliffs Woman Pens Book On Raising Children With Special Needs

    Englewood Cliffs Woman Pens Book On Raising Children With Special Needs

    ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J. — An Englewood Cliffs mother of three is donating proceeds from her newly-published book on parenting and special needs children  to a charity that also supports the cause.Lilian Grinsberg self published “I, You, and Us: Living with a Special-Needs Family on the Journey to Self-Discovery.” She wanted to share her personal experiences of raising three children — ...

  6. Dumont Native Breaks World Record As Fastest Santa Claus, Donates $38K

    Dumont Native Breaks World Record As Fastest Santa Claus, Donates $38K

    DUMONT, N.J. — A Dumont native is breaking world records and donating the money he raised while doing it — all while dressed as St. Nick.Brian Lang — deemed the fastest Santa Claus marathoner in the world last month — finished the Philadelphia Marathon in 2:54:02. He donated the more than $3,800 he raised for the race to Mighty Writers, a non-profit dedicated to helping kids in improve ...

  7. Teaneck Bakery Celebrates 50 Sweet Years In Business

    Teaneck Bakery Celebrates 50 Sweet Years In Business

    TEANECK, N.J. — A Teaneck bakery going into its 50th year is continuing a long-standing tradition of preparing its goodies 'round the clock.Butterflake Bake Shop on Cedar Lane makes butter cookies, cakes and breads in the back of the shop before selling them to customers or shipping them off to fans around the country. “Corporations send us their lists, and we send out a couple of ...

  8. Closter Historic Preservation Saving Roads In History Books

    Closter Historic Preservation Saving Roads In History Books

    CLOSTER – Local historians are nominating Blanch Avenue and other roads for historic designation in the borough throughout the coming months to preserve some of the borough's history. The Closter Historic Society is collecting data and research from community members and will present their suggestions to council sometime in 2016.Some of the sites — including stone houses and farms — ...

  9. Our Lady Of Mercy In Park Ridge Chosen As Pilgrim Church For 2016

    Our Lady Of Mercy In Park Ridge Chosen As Pilgrim Church For 2016

    PARK RIDGE, N.J. — Our Lady of Mercy in Park Ridge is one of 6 religious venues that's been designated as a pilgrim church for 2016 — and it's is letting visitors know with decorated doors.The Pascack Road church is one of 6 religious venues recognized by the Catholic Archdiocese of Newark in the Extraordinary Jubilee of the Year of Mercy. The doors are decorated with the logo of Jesus ...

  10. Cliffside Park Firefighters Escort Santa To School For Storytime

    Cliffside Park Firefighters Escort Santa To School For Storytime

    CLIFFSIDE PARK, N.J. — Students at Cliffside Park School No. 3 got a special visit from Mayor Thomas Calabrese on Dec. 17 during the PTO’s "Stories with Santa."More than 60 students attended the annual event with their parents. The youngsters made four different holiday crafts with the help of teachers and sixth grade students. Santa Claus himself, Rudolph, Frosty and Santa's ...

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