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    serves Fort Lee, Leonia & Palisades Park
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    serves Alpine, Englewood, Englewood Cliffs & Tenafly
  • Hackensack
    serves Hackensack, Maywood, Rochelle Park & South Hackensack

Melissa Heule

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  1. Parks Along Palisades Cleaned By Young Teaneck Volunteers

    Parks Along Palisades Cleaned By Young Teaneck Volunteers

    FORT LEE, N.J. -- The type of debris didn't matter to a group of young volunteers from Teaneck who did their part on Sunday to tidy up sections of Palisades Interstate Park."The most common items are water bottle tops, soda tabs and straws," said organizer Margot Moss, as members of the Youth Jewish Encounter program kept busy during the monthly "Palisades Meet-Up ...

  2. Urban League In Englewood Offers Veterans Resource Clinic

    Urban League In Englewood Offers Veterans Resource Clinic

    ENGLEWOOD, NJ -- The Urban League for Bergen County Inc. will host a veteran's resource clinic in Englewood on Thurs. Nov. 5. The morning session will include a live panel discussion from 10 a.m. - noon with topics that include homelessness, education, employment, mental health, community service, and housing. From 1 - 3 p.m., the veteran's resource clinic will open and showcase more ...

  3. Consultant Hired To Help Edgewater Police Secure Accreditation

    Consultant Hired To Help Edgewater Police Secure Accreditation

    EDGEWATER, N.J. -- The Edgewater Police Department is working to earn its first accreditation from the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police.The borough hired the consulting firm Rodgers Group LLC, for $39,000 to help update policies, procedures, rules and regulations to comply with the standards established by the NJSACOP.A $25,000 grant fromthe South Bergen Municipal Joint ...

  4. Bergenfield Police Serve Restaurant Patrons For Special Olympics

    Bergenfield Police Serve Restaurant Patrons For Special Olympics

    BERGENFIELD, NJ — Bergenfield police took the motto "protect and serve" to new lengths Saturday morning by participating in the Tip-A-Cop program at Red Robin restaurant in Paramus to benefit New Jersey Special Olympics.“I think it’s great food and great fun,” said Bergenfield Police Chief Cathy Madalone, who joined her officers in donating all of hundreds of patrons tips to ...

  5. Bergenfield Police Deploy Decoys To Emphasize Pedestrian Safety

    Bergenfield Police Deploy Decoys To Emphasize Pedestrian Safety

    BERGENFIELD, NJ — Bergenfield police are positioning decoys around the borough through the end of the month to flag down drivers who refuse to yield to pedestrians and hand them summonses.The borough is participating in Street Smart NJ, a public education and awareness campaign aimed at drivers, pedestrians and bicyclists, in an effort to reduce accidents and fatalities. “Unfortunately, ...

  6. Dumont Firefighters Train With Self-Rescuing Equipment

    Dumont Firefighters Train With Self-Rescuing Equipment

    DUMONT, NJ — In a style that might make Batman blush, Dumont firefighters leapt or lowered themselves from windows while training with equipment designed for emergency escapes from dangerous structures. Wearing a harness connected to a length of rope, the firefighters attached a hook inside a simulator -- as they would to a window sill, radiator or other stationary object -- and got ...

  7. Candidates To Weigh In At Freeholders' Forum

    Candidates To Weigh In At Freeholders' Forum

    TETERBORO, NJ -- The League of Women Voters of Bergen County is hosting a forum for the public to address candidates on Thurs., Oct. 22 at 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium of Bergen County Technical High School. There are two three-year seats and a one-year unexpired term on the Bergen County Board of Chosen Freeholders. The candidates for the full Freeholder term are:John D. Mitchell (R) of ...

  8. Candidates To Weigh In At Teaneck Board Of Education Forum

    Candidates To Weigh In At Teaneck Board Of Education Forum

    TEANECK, N.J. — The League of Women’s Voters is hosting a candidates night forum to give Teaneck voters to an opportunity to hear local candidates on the issues. "It's about the only time and the only way that voters have a chance to see opponents face to face," Bergen County League of Women Voters Vice President Lucy Heller told Daily Voice. For Teaneck Board of Education, ...

  9. Bergen County: Month-Long Mosquito Spraying Begins Sept. 30

    Bergen County: Month-Long Mosquito Spraying Begins Sept. 30

    PARAMUS, NJ -- Pesticide spraying begins in Bergen County tomorrow, Sept. 30, and continues through the end of October, officials announced.The New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station NJAES has allowed SCOURGE, which contains Resmethrin, to be used. Upon most requests, the Paramus-based Bergen County Mosquito Control Division may notify residents 12 hours prior to the application, ...

  10. Teaneck Physician Honored at BVMI Annual Gala

    Teaneck Physician Honored at BVMI Annual Gala

    HACKENSACK, N.J. — Bergen Volunteer Medical Initiative of Hackensack held its sixth annual "Bergen's Best: BVMI Gala" on Sunday at The Shops at Riverside to honor those who provide select free health services to low-income Bergen County residents and raise money for the non-profit organization.More than $52,000 in direct donations was collected, not including the results of a ...

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