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Simon Galperin

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  1. Rutherford Fire Company To Celebrate 125th Anniversary

    Rutherford Fire Company To Celebrate 125th Anniversary

    RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The Rutherford Fire Department's West End Engine and Hose Company No. 3 will be celebrating its 125th anniversary with a parade and party on Saturday, Sept. 26.Fire Lt. Neil O'Hara, a third-generation volunteer firefighter who joined the company in 1969, expects the parade to include fellow companies from surrounding towns - and hopes it reaches further. "We ...

  2. Hawthorne Gluten-Free Bakery Serves A Diverse Community

    Hawthorne Gluten-Free Bakery Serves A Diverse Community

    HAWTHORNE, N.J. — Gluten-free food isn't a luxury, says Nancy Kriney, whose husband, Scott, owns Isaura Bakery in the borough. That’s why they've opened a store in an area available to a diverse group of customers.“Since it is a need, not a want, we wanted a location that would be accessible to every income level,” Kriney said.Gluten intolerance is a condition associated with celiac ...

  3. Ringwood's new West Brook Road bridge on the horizon

    Ringwood's new West Brook Road bridge on the horizon

    RINGWOOD, N.J. — A barge floated in the Wanaque Reservoir Wednesday as construction crews worked to install the replacement to Ringwood’s nearly nine-decade-old West Brook Road bridge.“The intention of the [construction] is the safety of the the residents and public” said Ringwood Mayor Walter Davison. "We hope it will become the safe bridge we need and expect."Calls from ...

  4. Glen Rock Remembers Its 9/11 Victims

    Glen Rock Remembers Its 9/11 Victims

    GLEN ROCK, N.J. -- Close to 100 people gathered in Glen Rock’s Memorial Park to remember the 11 community members killed on 9/11.The roll call: Paul Andrew Acquaviva, 29Grace Alegre-Cua, 40Anthony DiOnisio Jr., 38Brendan Dolan, 37Timothy J. Finnerty, 33Joseph Francis Holland III, 32Damian Meehan, 32David R. Meyer, 57Craig D. Montano, 38Richard Morgan, 63Daniel M. Van Laere, 46.9/11 ...

  5. Glen Rock Students Help Set Record In Star-Spangled Banner Sing-A-Long

    Glen Rock Students Help Set Record In Star-Spangled Banner Sing-A-Long

    BERGEN COUNTY, N.J. — Students in Glen Rock, Ramsey and Ho-Ho-Kus joined more than 200,000 students nationwide in a simultaneous "Star-Spangled Banner Sing-A-Long" to commemorate the anniversary of 9/11, an event that organizers believe set a new word's record. Organized by the American Public Education Foundation, the sing-along united students nationwide virtually to learn ...

  6. Paterson Recalls A Native Son Lost On 9/11

    Paterson Recalls A Native Son Lost On 9/11

    PATERSON, N.J. -- The city gathered this morning to remember one of its own, Kenneth Lira, and others killed in the 9/11 attacks.Lira's mother, Peruvian immigrant Marina Arevalo, sat alongside family members in the front row.“Every year it's important," said a cousin, Juan Perez of Clifton. "We like to come down as a show of support from the family that we appreciate ...

  7. New Visentini Brothers Owner Aims To Make It 'More Italian'

    New Visentini Brothers Owner Aims To Make It 'More Italian'

    LODI, N.J. -- Sixteen years after emigrating to the U.S., an Egyptian man named Adel “Andy” Hanna now owns Visentini Brothers Deli in Lodi -- and vows to make it better and more Italian than ever.For one thing, Hanna’s mother is part­ Italian -- and he speaks Italian fluently. He's also hired a genuine Italian cook who emigrated from the homeland in 1968 and goes by the name Pasqual. ...

  8. Meltzer's Sporting Goods Bidding Garfield Goodbye

    Meltzer's Sporting Goods Bidding Garfield Goodbye

    GARFIELD, N.J. — With no one to take on the family business, the 101-­year-­old Meltzer’s Sporting Goods store is closing at the end of the year.Owner Billy Meltzer, 64, a life­long Garfield residents, says a perfect storm of events pushed him to surrender the third-generation, family-­owned business. As he sees it, he beat the odds.“The failure rate of the second­-generation ...

  9. Cigar Smoke, Political Hopes In Air At Rutherford Labor Day Fair

    Cigar Smoke, Political Hopes In Air At Rutherford Labor Day Fair

    RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The smell of kettle corn, shish kabob, tobacco and the ambitions of Bergen County politicians fiilled the air today at Rutherford’s 40th Annual Labor Day Street Fair.Occupying a quarter-block near the post office, Candidates Row tents were staffed by volunteers whose candidates roamed Park Avenue.“It is the traditional beginning of the political season and it has ...

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