Press Releases

March 29, 2024

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Roughly 25,000 Americans die each year from valvular heart disease, but researchers from Rutgers Health and other institutions conclude that new technology could soon help doctors slash that number. “We are witnessing a paradigm shift in how valvular heart diseases are ...

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OLEAN, NY — Get ready to move your feet and make a difference. The Olean Food Pantry is partnering with Neighborhood School of Dance for the upcoming Movin' Feet 4 the Food Pantry Dance-A-Thon – a fun-filled event to support the fight against local food insecurity. The Dance-A-Thon will be held ...

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Subscribe to JPL’s e-newsletter for updates on events & services at: johnsonlib.org/sign-up     FOR ALL AGES Talk with the Social Work Intern Available by Appointment Get help with services, computers, resumes, counseling, and more!  Available virtually and in-person. Questions? ...

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Commissioner John V. Kelly, III and the Department of Public Affairs and Health, in partnership with Commissioner Mauro Tucci, are pleased to announce the return of the early morning “Walking Club”.   The walk will take place every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 6:30am beginning April 2nd.

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NEW YORK — Sen. George Borrello addressed the challenges presented by drug abuse at the Fifth Annual United Nations Global Conference for a Drug-Free World held on March 22 at U.N. Headquarters in New York. The forum was part of the 68th annual Commission on the Status of Women, the UN's largest ...

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JJ Jayhawk, the earthbound bird mascot for SUNY Jamestown Community College, was eliminated in the third round of voting for “Mascot Madness,” an annual tradition that brings State University of New York mascots together in a decade-old competition to determine the most popular mascot. Jayhawk ...

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RIDGEWOOD, NJ - Valley-Mount Sinai Comprehensive Cancer Care’s outpatient Hematology-Oncology Department has been re-certified for excellence in hematology-oncology by the Quality Oncology Practice Initiative (QOPI®) Certification Program. The QOPI® Certification Program is a wholly owned ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Roughly 25,000 Americans die each year from valvular heart disease, but researchers from Rutgers Health and other institutions conclude that new technology could soon help doctors slash that number. “We are witnessing a paradigm shift in how valvular heart diseases are ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Roughly 25,000 Americans die each year from valvular heart disease, but researchers from Rutgers Health and other institutions conclude that new technology could soon help doctors slash that number. “We are witnessing a paradigm shift in how valvular heart diseases are ...

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WEST ORANGE, NJ -- As the spring season unfolds, the West Orange High School flag football team is gearing up for an exhilarating journey on the gridiron. With an influx of new talent and a solid core of experienced players, the team is poised to make waves in the competitive landscape of North ...

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WEST ORANGE, NJ - Washington Elementary School has launched the newest edition of their newspaper, The Post. Thanks to a team of hardworking reporters, editors and photographers led by the advisory team of Wendi Giuliano and Jessica Viavattine, the Winter Edition represents a professional news ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ —Earlier this month, Children’s Specialized Hospital (CSH) opened the CSH Marketplace within its New Brunswick inpatient hospital facility. Pediatric patients and their families who visit the Marketplace can receive personal care items, clothing, and toys as needed at no ...

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WEST ORANGE, NJ – Renowned conductor Dr. Jose Rivera visited West Orange High School on March 25 to rehearse with the Honors Chamber Choir as their April 13 Carnegie Hall appearance approached. Dr. Rivera will be directing the Honors Chamber Choir (John Hellyer, Director), the Firebird Singers ...

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BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Andrew Moran and Roberta Koubek, longtime Berkeley Heights residents with records of community service, have filed to run for the Berkeley Heights Township Council in the 2024 election. Moran and Koubek are running unopposed for the Democratic nomination.  “We are running ...

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The Gateway Family YMCA will be hosting a Cancer Survivor Retreat on Thursday, April 25th 11:00-3:00pm at The Gateway Family YMCA – Wellness Center Branch, 1000 Galloping Hill Road, Union, NJ.  More information and registration for this free community event is available at www.tgfymca.org/events ...

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RIDGEWOOD, NJ - Valley Health System is pleased to announce that Audrey Meyers, Chief Executive Officer for Valley Health System, has been named to the 2024 Health Care Power 50 list, released by NJBIZ. Meyers was honored for her many accomplishments as one of the longest-serving CEOs in the ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Roughly 25,000 Americans die each year from valvular heart disease, but researchers from Rutgers Health and other institutions conclude that new technology could soon help doctors slash that number. “We are witnessing a paradigm shift in how valvular heart diseases are ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ —Earlier this month, Children’s Specialized Hospital (CSH) opened the CSH Marketplace within its New Brunswick inpatient hospital facility. Pediatric patients and their families who visit the Marketplace can receive personal care items, clothing, and toys as needed at no ...

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Commissioner Kelly and the Nutley Department of Public Affairs and Health announce Vegetative Waste Pickup will Resume on Wednesday, April 3, 2024 Please be advised that Vegetative Waste collection will resume on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 2024 *Vegetative Waste is described as grass ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Roughly 25,000 Americans die each year from valvular heart disease, but researchers from Rutgers Health and other institutions agree that new technology could soon help doctors slash that number. “We are witnessing a paradigm shift in how valvular heart diseases are diagnosed ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Roughly 25,000 Americans die each year from valvular heart disease, but researchers from Rutgers Health and other institutions conclude that new technology could soon help doctors slash that number. “We are witnessing a paradigm shift in how valvular heart diseases are ...

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South Plainfield, NJ March 28, 2024 —NABIP - Central Jersey Chapter Inc. was recently recognized with Platinum Certification on March 28, 2024.   The NABIP - Central Jersey Chapter Inc. was recognized for this award as part of NABIP's Chapter Certification Program, which is an ongoing program ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Roughly 25,000 Americans die each year from valvular heart disease, but researchers from Rutgers Health and other institutions conclude that new technology could soon help doctors slash that number. “We are witnessing a paradigm shift in how valvular heart diseases are ...

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Kean University theatre students and alumni recently had the chance to audition for representatives from 25 New Jersey professional theatres simultaneously, when they took part in one of the state’s largest annual combined audition events.  Kean partnered with the New Jersey Theatre Alliance on ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Roughly 25,000 Americans die each year from valvular heart disease, but researchers from Rutgers Health and other institutions conclude that new technology could soon help doctors slash that number. “We are witnessing a paradigm shift in how valvular heart diseases are ...

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SPARTA, NJ – Sparta Scout Troop 150’s annual mulch sale is going on now through April 5.  Each 3 cubic foot bag of 100% premium organic mulch is $8.50 and is available in four colors; natural, brown, black and red. Delivery is free with an order of 10 aor more bags. Money raised with this ...

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SPARTA, NJ – Sparta Scout Troop 150’s annual mulch sale is going on now through April 5.  Each 3 cubic foot bag of 100% premium organic mulch is $8.50 and is available in four colors; natural, brown, black and red. Delivery is free with an order of 10 aor more bags. Money raised with this ...

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When Anthony Iovino helped choose a name for the real estate brokerage he co-owns, he knew “RE/MAX Community” was the best fit. After all, Iovino – based in Williamstown, New Jersey – has a passion for helping his community. Over the years, this has taken shape through his brokerage ...

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Local businesses and organizations are gearing up to recruit new staff members at Project Self-Sufficiency’s Career & Job Fair on Wednesday, April 17th, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.  Representatives from local employers and educational institutions will be on hand to promote job openings and ...

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RANDOLPH, NJ: County College of Morris (CCM) will be hosting a Spring Open House on Saturday, April 20, from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The event will offer a wealth of informative and interactive sessions and activities aimed at providing insight into the college's on-campus, hybrid and online ...

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