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  1. Englewood Students Stomp Out Stigma Thursday

    Englewood Students Stomp Out Stigma Thursday

    ENGLEWOOD, N.J. – Englewood is working to give stigma the boot. The town’s health department is asking local students to sign a pledge to stomp out the stigma around mental illness and substance use disorders when officials visited the Janis E. Dismus Middle School earlier this month.“Englewood can expand but overall, including youth in the Stigma-Free Initiative is vital as their ...

  2. Teaneck Firefighters Look Out For Seniors

    Teaneck Firefighters Look Out For Seniors

    TEANECK, N.J. – The first person some local seniors talk to every morning is a firefighter, thanks to the Teaneck Fire Department's Good Morning Check-Up phone call program.After more than three decades, the program is still going strong.“Good morning, fire department. Just checking in, everything okay,” Teaneck firefighter Brendan Sterbinsky asked a Teaneck senior over the phone early ...

  3. Cycle Bar, Fashion Boutique Set To Open In Fort Lee Development

    Cycle Bar, Fashion Boutique Set To Open In Fort Lee Development

    FORT LEE, N.J. – New tenants will be joining the eight-acre development at Hudson Lights in Fort Lee.Tucker Development recently announced that Cycle Bar, Linwood Wine and Liquor, and Seesaw —a high-end fashion boutique — signed up for space.The retail component of the 1 million-square-foot development is roughly 75% leased, the developer said.The first phase is scheduled to open in ...

  4. Rutgers' Eric LeGrand Set To Inspire Teaneck Students

    Rutgers' Eric LeGrand Set To Inspire Teaneck Students

    TEANECK, N.J. – It started with a book and it’s ending with a visit from a paralyzed football player.After reading "The Other Wes Moore: One Name, Two Fates," Torah Academy of Bergen County students and staff will get a visit from former Rutgers University defensive lineman Eric LeGrand for the school's sixth annual book day on March 8.The book explores how life can take ...

  5. Bergenfield Museum Features Public School History

    Bergenfield Museum Features Public School History

    BERGENFIELD, N.J. — A new exhibit highlighting the history of the borough's public school system has opened in the Bergenfield Museum. The district has its 125th anniversary this year. The exhibit will feature photos of students stretching back in time to the town's 1981 one-room schoolhouse. It will also have mannequins in period dress representing early students and their teacher.The ...

  6. Saturday Marks 34 Years Since Cyndi Lauper Performed On Bergenfield Stage

    Saturday Marks 34 Years Since Cyndi Lauper Performed On Bergenfield Stage

    BERGENFIELD, N.J. – Pop icon Cyndi Lauper dominated a Bergenfield stage 34 years ago today.The singer, then part of rockabilly band Blue Angel, knew her worth even then, former nightclub owner Rick Bandazian said.There were two dressing rooms and — as the opening act for David Johansen — Lauper’s band was relegated to one that was more like a dumpy closet with a coach, Bandazian said. ...

  7. Hackensack Hospital Trains Young Adults With Disabilities

    Hackensack Hospital Trains Young Adults With Disabilities

    HACKENSACK, N.J. – Two local hospitals are teaming up with Bergen County to offer job training to individuals with developmental disabilities. The $30,000 Project SEARCH program will set up 10-month-long internships at either Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck or Hackensack University Medical Center.Project SEARCH — which was started in Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center in ...

  8. Paramus Students Have Gadgets, Gizmos Aplenty

    Paramus Students Have Gadgets, Gizmos Aplenty

    PARAMUS, N.J. – Students from schools in Teaneck, Englewood, Paramus and River Edge are ready for the March 6 Maker Xpo at Yavneh Academy in Paramus.“The maker movement is grooming the future and we want our children to be a part of it,” said Ma’ayanot Yeshiva High School Director of Educational Technology Orly Nadler. Students from her school’s fashion, tech and tinkering club and from ...

  9. Holy Cow! Sliders Selling At Dumont Brookside Tavern

    Holy Cow! Sliders Selling At Dumont Brookside Tavern

    DUMONT, N.J. – Holy Cow Sliders, formerly of Bergenfield, is operating out of Dumont’s Brookside Tavern.Marlene Arute said she re-opened shop slinging her signature sliders, and "all my old customers followed me."Her Italian parents infused Arute with a love of cooking.She got the idea for the sliders while cooking burgers poolside at her family's Closter home.“Every time ...

  10. Fort Lee Named Healthy Town To Watch

    Fort Lee Named Healthy Town To Watch

    FORT LEE, N.J. – Fort Lee was named a Healthy Town to Watch by the Mayors Wellness Campaign this week.The designation recognizes towns that have made health and wellness as a top priority and worked to improve community health, according to the New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute.“Our mayor has said Fort Lee is on the move,” said town health officer Karen Ring about Mayor Mark ...

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