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  1. Leonia Church Takes Ministries To The Internet

    Leonia Church Takes Ministries To The Internet

    LEONIA, N.J. — Leonia United Methodist Church announced on Dec. 21 that it will offer a free faith-based video library. Parishioners will be able to access RightNow Media to assist them on their religious journeys. "[It's] Netflix of video bible studies,” said Rev. David Wehrle, UMC's pastor. The site is an extensive library of religious videos created by hundreds of other leaders ...

  2. Waldwick Shares RC Cruisin' Hobby With Generations Of Race Enthusiasts

    Waldwick Shares RC Cruisin' Hobby With Generations Of Race Enthusiasts

    WALDWICK, N.J. — Hobby remote control car race enthusiasts are hitting up a new track at Waldwick's Cruisin’ With RC’s on Franklin Turnpike. The shop installed a new track just a few weeks ago, noted owner Ron Bosco. “We’re so pleased with the setup,” said Bosco, who has been inviting patrons to learn how to build and operate miniature recreation vehicles in races for years. He ...

  3. Kaname In Cliffside Park Wins DVlicious 'Best Sushi In Bergen' Contest

    Kaname In Cliffside Park Wins DVlicious 'Best Sushi In Bergen' Contest

    CLIFFSIDE PARK, N.J. -- Kaname, in Cliffside Park is on a roll.The eatery won "Best Sushi in Bergen County" with 42 percent of the vote. According to an earlier Daily Voice story, diners like its pub-style ambience and authentic Japanese style yakitori. Readers also seem to enjoy Owner George Matsumura, a devout Yankees fan who recently celebrated the restaurant's 30th ...

  4. Emerson Police Department Boosts Eagle Scout Project With $12K Check

    Emerson Police Department Boosts Eagle Scout Project With $12K Check

    EMERSON, N.J. — A $12,000 donation from the Emerson Police Department on Monday afternoon puts Boy Scout Franklin Praschil,15, closer to his goal of constructing a memory garden in the borough for his Eagle Scout Project.Praschil got inspiration for his project while mourning the loss of his grandmother in March. The Emerson Memory Garden — expected to be complete in the spring — will ...

  5. Warm Weather Slows Business 'Fur' Cliffside Park Coat Shop Owner

    Warm Weather Slows Business 'Fur' Cliffside Park Coat Shop Owner

    CLIFFSIDE PARK, N.J. — A Cliffside Park shop owner is trying to keep his fur coat business afloat on Anderson Avenue as warm weather lingers into the holiday season. Evelyn Fashion Furs Inc. owner and Fort Lee resident Tony Tsiknis has been creating, repairing, glazing and refashioning winter wear and accessories for 35 years. Sales should be higher than ever with Christmas right around ...

  6. Bogota VFW Member To Receive National Award

    Bogota VFW Member To Receive National Award

    BOGOTA, N.J. — A member of the Bogota VFW competed against thousands of fellow military veterans and will be recognized by the Mission Continues Fellows program with a national award in 2016. Aroch Bolanos, one of the organizations' newest members, earned the Mark Weber Legacy Award given nationally to the best Mission Continues Fellows in the Country for serving fellow ...

  7. Northern Highlands Athletes Shoot For Threes At Sandy Hook Charity Game

    Northern Highlands Athletes Shoot For Threes At Sandy Hook Charity Game

    NEWTOWN, Conn. — Dozens of basketball players from across Bergen County, N.J., will be dribbling in Newtown, Conn., on Saturday to raise money for the town that lost 20 children and six adults in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in December 2012.Three dollars will be donated for every 3-point shot at the fourth annual "Threes for Sandy Hook" tournament beginning at 9 ...

  8. Nail Salon Will Replace Cliffside Park Flooring Store After Christmas

    Nail Salon Will Replace Cliffside Park Flooring Store After Christmas

     CLIFFSIDE PARK, N.J. — A Leonia nail, wax and beauty salon is expanding to Anderson Avenue in Cliffside Park after Christmas.Q Nail Boutique will offers clients new products like a pain-free wax in a renovated space, owner Enmi Ramos said.Ramos and her family began repairing the facility — formerly Cliffside Flooring — since last winter. The renovated store will have separate areas for ...

  9. Bergenfield Challengers Brings Basketball To Youngsters With Special Needs

    Bergenfield Challengers Brings Basketball To Youngsters With Special Needs

    BERGENFIELD, N.J. — Registration is underway for the Lou Harris Challenger Basketball Program that will run Jan. 16 - Mar. 12 in Bergenfield's Hoover School gym. The program — which promotes a stigma-free environment — pairs more than two-dozen youngsters with special needs with buddies to learn the fundamentals of the game and good sportsmanship. “The whole point was for us to give ...

  10. Young Teaneck Brothers Open Kosher Eatery, Learn Experience On The Job

    Young Teaneck Brothers Open Kosher Eatery, Learn Experience On The Job

    TEANECK, N.J. — A pair of young Teaneck brothers are bringing a Kosher Middle Eastern eatery to West Englewood Avenue. Mediterranea Shawarma & Hummus Bar opened under the leadership of Steven and Daniel Dimenstein, who hope their youthful, health-consciousness will reflect in the quick-eats restaurant.“We want to create a modern, friendly feel to the place," said Steve ...

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