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1. BERGEN COUNTY CONTINUES TO ENHANCE VITAL INFRASTRUCTURE
... NJ — Bergen County Board of Commissioners and County Executive Jim Tedesco proudly announce a significant infrastructure enhancement project in Lodi. The recent passage of Resolution #0348-24 marks the commencement of the Replacement of Passaic Avenue Bridge No. 20031B over the Saddle River, a critical initiative for the Borough of ...
by post on 04/23/2024 03:39 pm - Story - 2,114 Hits
2. Northern NJ Community Foundation Celebrates Earth Month and Announces Partnership With Hackensack Public Schools to Address Flooding and Water Pollution in the City of Hackensack
Summary: A Hackensack community Rain Garden Information and Design Session takes place on Thursday, April 25 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. via Zoom.
by post on 04/22/2024 03:36 pm - Story - 2,305 Hits
3. COUNTY ELEVATES VETERINARY CARE WITH ACQUISITION OF NEW DIGITAL X-RAY MACHINE
TETERBORO, NJ – Demonstrating a dedication to progressive healthcare for its animal residents, the Bergen County Board of County Commissioners approved by resolution the acquisition of the state-of-the-art Sedecal USA Vet-Ray Full Body Digital X-Ray System, a digital imaging X-Ray System that will provide advanced medical care to all animals in the ...
by post on 02/07/2024 06:14 pm - Story - 3,220 Hits
4. Three Tips for for Keeping Lungs Healthier in 2024
TRENTON (December 28, 2023) –  As we end the holiday season and look to the start of the New Year, it’s a good time to consider resolutions that can help keep you and your family healthier.  The American Lung Association provides these tips for lung health:
by post on 12/28/2023 08:31 am - Story - 8,293 Hits
5. STOP & SHOP SURVEY FINDS CHAMPGNE IS STILL THE TOAST OF THE TOWN FOR NEW YEAR’S EVE
Survey Responders Would Rather Reduce Stress Than Get Back Into The Gym, and 58% of People Have A New Year’s Eve Resolution To “Eat Healthier”
by post on 12/27/2023 09:10 am - Story - 5,096 Hits
6. NJSPBA PRESIDENT COLLIGAN BLASTS PASSAIC COUNTY PROSECUTOR’S DECISION ON DETECTIVE DEAN CIOPPA
WOODBRIDGE – Pat Colligan, President of the New Jersey State Policemen's Benevolent Association (NJSPBA), today criticized Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia Valdes’ continuation of her decision to propose a 45-day suspension for Detective Dean Cioppa based on official disclosure of his volunteer work in the Pompton Lakes community.  
by post on 12/14/2023 08:53 am - Story - 4,396 Hits
7. Bergen County Office of Food Security Announces 2023 Awards for Food Pantry Sustainability Grant Program
... the Bergen County Office of Food Security are excited to announce awards for the 2023 Food Security Task Force Sustainability Grant Program, following passage of resolution 1373-23 by the Bergen County Board of Commissioners. Awards were approved for 56 organizations from across Bergen County, totaling a disbursement of over $630,000 ...
by post on 12/01/2023 05:10 pm - Story - 7,794 Hits
8. NJ4S Bergen Bolsters Staff with Appointment of Supervising Prevention Consultant
Paramus, N.J. (October 25, 2023) – NJ4S Bergen, a coalition of leading Bergen County mental health providers led by Children’s Aid and Family Services (CAFS), is pleased to announce the hiring of Amelia Rostant for the role of Supervising Prevention Consultant. Rostant will plan and implement programs in schools and ...
by post on 10/25/2023 06:31 pm - Story - 7,739 Hits
9. COUNTY, RIDGEFIELD PARK LAUNCH PARTNERSHIP TO RECYCLE EPS STYROFOAM?
RIDGEFIELD PARK, NJ – Today, officials from the County of Bergen and Village of Ridgefield Park gathered to celebrate a new partnership to provide Bergen County municipalities with an efficient means of recycling EPS Styrofoam?.
by post on 09/29/2023 08:25 pm - Story - 9,812 Hits
10. Bergen Awards Scholarships, Hosts Production on Armenian Genocide
PARAMUS, N.J. – Founded through the Bergen Community College Foundation to foster awareness on the mechanisms of social conflict, political and ethnic violence and genocide, the Bergen Community College Center for Peace, Justice and Reconciliation has tapped its grant funds to award students with scholarships and sponsor a faculty-led theatrical ...
by post on 08/30/2023 02:22 pm - Story - 8,296 Hits
11. Bergen County Food Security Tast Force Announces 2022 Awards for Food Pantry Sustainability Grant Program
Hackensack, NJ – The Bergen County Food Security Task Force is excited to announce awards for the 2022 Food Security Task Force Sustainability Grant Program, following passage of Resolution 1190 by the Bergen County Board of Commissioners at their Wednesday, December 14 meeting.
by post on 12/17/2022 03:50 pm - Story - 11,096 Hits
12. The Valley Hospital Receives New, Advanced PET/CT Scanner
RIDGEWOOD, NJ, December 6, 2022 – The Valley Hospital is excited to announce the arrival of its new positron emission tomography/ computed tomography (PET/CT) scanner, the Siemens Biograph Vision 450, which is now available for use. The new PET/CT scanner was replacing Valley’s former PET/CT scanner, providing patients with the ...
by post on 12/06/2022 09:08 am - Story - 6,749 Hits
13. Bergen County Establishes Countywide Emergency Medical Services Unit
HACKENSACK, NJ – Last night, the County’s Board of Commissioners voted to approve a resolution establishing a Bergen County Emergency Medical Services Unit.  This unit will assist local EMS agencies with mutual aid 911 medical calls.
by post on 11/03/2022 10:07 pm - Story - 7,419 Hits
14. Valley to Offer Advanced Mammogram Innovations for Patients
... Valley Health System is now offering the SmartCurve breast stabilization system, which is clinically proven to deliver a more comfortable mammogram without compromising image quality or dose, and the new Clarity HD high-resolution 3D? imaging technology, which provides radiologists with the highest resolution 3D? images to help identify cancers early.
by post on 05/18/2022 10:50 am - Story - 17,093 Hits
15. Students Counter Conflict in Essay Contest
PARAMUS, N.J. – Four students have earned $2,500 in scholarships from the Bergen Community College Center for Peace, Justice, and Reconciliation (CPJR) and Bergen Community College Foundation for their submissions in an essay contest on conflict resolution.
by post on 05/14/2022 08:42 am - Story - 12,704 Hits
16. FROM COLLEGE TO CAREERS: BERKELEY COLLEGE LEGAL STUDIES ALUMNAE SHARE THEIR JOURNEYS
Join the Webinar on Thursday, April 7, to Learn More about Opportunities in Real Estate Law, Employment Law, Mergers and Acquisitions, and Human Rights
by post on 04/05/2022 09:32 am - Story - 28,662 Hits
17. Bergen County to Fund One of the Largest Senior Housing Complexes in a Decade
Hackensack, NJ -- The Bergen County Board of County Commissioners passed a resolution on Wednesday, February 2 which approved the disbursement of $750,000 in HOME Program funds.
by post on 02/04/2022 04:30 pm - Story - 16,004 Hits
18. Two Join College Cabinet
PARAMUS, N.J. – As first-year Bergen Community College President Eric M. Friedman, Ph.D., continues to identify strategic opportunities to enhance the institution,  he has welcomed two new members to the executive cabinet of organizational leaders.
by post on 12/15/2021 05:11 pm - Story - 19,065 Hits
19. Bergen County First Time Homebuyer Program is Greatly Enhanced
Eligible first time homebuyers benefit from an increase in the maximum mortgage assistance from $40,000 to $55,000
by post on 10/29/2021 11:52 am - Story - 15,108 Hits
20. NJSPBA PRESIDENT COLLIGAN IMPLORES TRENTON COUNCIL PRESIDENT TO PRIORITIZE COMMUNITY SAFETY
WOODBRIDGE - New Jersey State Policemen's Benevolent Association President Patrick Colligan today called on Trenton Council President Kathy McBride to allow a vote to take place on the resolution she recently tabled allocating $4 million in coronavirus relief funds for new radio equipment for the city’s first responders. 
by post on 10/23/2021 10:50 am - Story - 10,493 Hits
21. Teaneck Street Named for College's Departed Board Chair
TEANECK, N.J. – The township’s governing body recently passed a resolution that not only recognized the impact on the community of longtime resident Carol Otis, but authorized the renaming of Birch Street in her honor. Otis, a philanthropist and former Bergen Community College Board of Trustees chair, passed away in ...
by post on 10/07/2021 10:43 am - Story - 20,013 Hits