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  1. More Than 75 Vendors Planned For Bergenfield Holiday Flea Market

    More Than 75 Vendors Planned For Bergenfield Holiday Flea Market

    BERGENFIELD, N. J. -- At least 75 merchants are planning to display their wares at the Bergenfield High School Holiday Flea Market and Gift Show on Sunday, Nov. 20, at the high school, 80 S. Prospect, Bergenfield.A fundraiser for the high school's parents association, the event features handbags, sports collectibles, antiques and more available at bargain prices, organizers said. JC ...

  2. Shoe Drive Throughout Bergen County Benefits Domestic Violence Victims

    Shoe Drive Throughout Bergen County Benefits Domestic Violence Victims

    BERGEN COUNTY, N. J. -- Gently used shoes are being collected at several Bergen County locations throughout this month to benefit The Center for Hope and Safety, a local organization that provides services to domestic violence victims.Organized by the GFWC Paskack Junior Woman's Club, the shoe drive is taking place through Dec. 1 at local libraries in River Vale, Park Ridge and ...

  3. Special Olympics' Shriver To Speak About Inclusion At Fairfield University

    Special Olympics' Shriver To Speak About Inclusion At Fairfield University

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- Special Olympics Chairman Timothy P. Shriver was 9 years old when his mother, Eunice Kennedy Shriver, launched the Special Olympics in Chicago. His lifelong passion for helping people with special needs is why Fairfield University invited him to speak about his humanitarian work on Nov. 16 at the school.As part of the 19th annual Jacoby-Lunin Humanitarian Lectureship ...

  4. Fairfield U Grad Returns To Talk About Women As Investors

    Fairfield U Grad Returns To Talk About Women As Investors

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- A Fairfield University graduate and Wall Street leader who specializes in teaching women about finance is the featured speaker on Thursday, Nov. 10, as part of the Dolan School of Business Lessons in Leadership lecture series.Kathleen Murphy, a 1984 graduate from Fairfield University, said she speaks across the country about how women can be more confident in their ...

  5. Day Says Politics Behind Rockland Lawmakers' Vote On Human Rights Chief

    Day Says Politics Behind Rockland Lawmakers' Vote On Human Rights Chief

    ROCKLAND COUNTY, N. Y. -- Rockland County Executive Ed Day is accusing legislators who blocked his appointment of Penny Jennings to lead the county human rights commission of playing politics, according to lohud.comBut several of the Democrats who voted against the appointment say she hasn't done enough to reach out to local NAACP officials, according to lohud.com.Jennings, who has been ...

  6. New Canaan High Heads Down The Yellow Brick Road For 'The Wizard Of Oz'

    New Canaan High Heads Down The Yellow Brick Road For 'The Wizard Of Oz'

    NEW CANAAN, Conn. -- Ready for a trip down the Yellow Brick Road?The New Canaan High School theater department is preparing to put on a musical production of "The Wizard of Oz," from Nov. 11 to 12 in the school's auditorium.Following a successful season opener of "Feathers in the Wind," put on by the theater department's upperclassmen, this version of the tale of ...

  7. Harrison High Band To Open For Joan Jett At Capitol Theatre

    Harrison High Band To Open For Joan Jett At Capitol Theatre

    HARRISON, N.Y. -- The award-winning Harrison High School marching band has several unique performances this month, starting with opening for Joan Jett this Saturday then playing at Yankee Stadium a week later.The Saturday performance is part of a fundraising event at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester. The band opens for Joan Jett and the Blackhearts for The Really Big Show, a variety ...

  8. Norwalk Police Department Celebrates Two Promotions

    Norwalk Police Department Celebrates Two Promotions

    NORWALK, CONN. -- The Norwalk Police Department is celebrating the promotion of two officers, Sgt. Ryan Evarts and Detective John Sura.Both were promoted during a police commission meeting at Norwalk police headquarters that was attended by other police officials, Norwalk Mayor Harry Rilling and officers' family members.The 176-officer department has 25 civilian workers and four police ...

  9. Wyckoff’s Historic Zabriskie House To Open For Two Upcoming Events

    Wyckoff’s Historic Zabriskie House To Open For Two Upcoming Events

    WYCKOFF, N. J. -- The Zabriskie House, believed to be the oldest house in Wyckoff, is open to the public for two special upcoming events, a Saturday house tour and a holiday event in December.Visitors have the chance to tour the old stone house, once used as a store and tavern during the Revolutionary War, from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday. It opens to the public again from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. ...

  10. Development Underway Of Historic Barnum, Bell Site In Bridgeport

    Development Underway Of Historic Barnum, Bell Site In Bridgeport

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- Brideport Mayor Joe Ganim operated earth-moving machinery Friday in a ceremonial start to the $120 million Cherry Street Lofts project, which will turn the historic Bassick Casters industrial building and other nearby factory buildings on the city's West End into housing and the new home of Great Oaks Charter School.The Bassick Casters building has played a ...

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