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USPS Unveils Graceful Low-Denomination Flower Stamps


BERKELEY, CA — The U.S. Postal Service today announced the release of Low Denomination Flowers, five stamps, featuring charming floral designs. These beautifully illustrated stamps celebrate the timeless elegance of nature, with each stamp depicting different flowers: a purple fringed tulip, poppies and coneflowers, daffodils, peonies and red tulips.

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AN UNFORGETTABLE SUMMER AWAITS AT 87 SUSSEX RESTAURANT IN JERSEY CITY, FEATURING EXCLUSIVE CULINARY EXPERIENCES AND SPIRITS


(Jersey City, New Jersey – July 18, 2024) Experience upcoming summer events at the newly established 87 Sussex restaurant, nestled in the heart of the charming Paulus Hook neighborhood at 87 Sussex Street, Jersey City.  Don't miss out on these events curated with 87 Sussex’s extraordinary cuisine by Chef Brian Walter.
 

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The Valley Hospital First in New Jersey to Treat Cardiac Ablation Procedure Using Holographic Guidance Platform


PARAMUS, NJ, July 18, 2024 – The Valley Hospital is pleased to announce the treatment of the first patient in New Jersey, and one of the first patients in the United States, whose procedure was guided using a new FDA-cleared holographic cardiac ablation visualization platform known as CommandEP manufactured by SentiAR (St. Louis, Missouri).

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A New Fictional Theatrical Comedy, “My Big Gay Italian Casino Adventure” to Premier at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City


Award-winning Actor and Writer Anthony J. Wilkinson Says the Show Will Debut in Spring, 2025
Atlantic City, NJ (July 16, 2024) –- A new fictional stage show, “My Big Gay Italian Casino Adventure,” will make its debut in a casino.

 

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BERKELEY COLLEGE LAUNCHES BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN APPLIED MEDIA DEGREE PROGRAM

Curriculum Focuses on Traditional and Emerging Media


Berkeley College recently announced the launch of a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Applied Media degree program, with concentrations in Digital and Social Media, and Social and Cultural Responsibility. The program, approved to be offered on-site at the New York City and Woodland Park campuses and online, prepares students to master the art of verbal, written, and visual communications to help shape the future of the ever-changing media industry.

 

 

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BIRCH HOUSE’S GREEN-CENTRIC LIFESTYLE ATTRACTS YOUNG PROFESSSIONAL RELOCATING TO JERSEY CITY FOR VIBRANCY, OPPORTUNITY


JERSEY CITY, NJ, July 2024 – Consistently lauded by national press as one of the country’s best places to live, Jersey City, NJ has become a haven for young professionals seeking a dynamic lifestyle just across the Hudson River from New York City. Its trendy shops and boutiques, acclaimed dining, cultural vibrancy and exciting nightlife have made this Hudson County city a national residential hotspot.

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Bergen Volunteers Adds New CHORE Van to Expand Home Maintenance Support for Seniors in Bergen County


[HACKENSACK, N.J. - July 10, 2024] – Bergen Volunteers added a brand new van to support their CHORE program, which provides free home maintenance and minor repair assistance to elderly and disabled residents across Bergen County. The newly minted vehicle was made possible in part by the generous support of both Bergen County and the Bergen County Division of Senior Services. The new van was celebrated with an official ribbon-cutting ceremony on July 8 and was attended by Bergen County Commissioner Tracy Zur.

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TEDESCO, BERGEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE APPLAUD LEGISLATORS FOR RESTORING FUNDING FOR NJ COMMUNITY COLLEGES


FY2025 Budget Includes Over $290 Million in Aid to Community Colleges
(HACKENSACK, N.J.) – On Tuesday, June 28th, Governor Phil Murphy signed the Fiscal Year 2025 (FY2025) New Jersey state budget into law which restored $20 million in potential cuts to New Jersey community colleges.

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The Valley Hospital Ranked Among the Best Hospitals in New Jersey by U.S. News & World Report for 2024-25


PARAMUS, NJ, July 16, 2024 – The Valley Hospital has been ranked among the best hospitals in New Jersey by U.S. News & World Report for 2024-25, placing third on the list of 63 New Jersey hospitals that were evaluated. Valley also achieved an overall rating as the 15th best hospital in the entire New York metropolitan area.

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