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1. SALES LAUNCH AT WONDER LOFTS, INTRODUCING FAMLY-SIZED CONDOS AND STYLISH AMENITIES BORN OUT OF HISTORIC HOBOKEN BREAD FACTORY
Landmark Property Reborn in the Heart of this Hudson Riverfront City Opens with On-Site Sales Gallery and Fully Furnished Model Homes Styled by Serena & Lily
by post on 10/13/2021 02:00 pm - Story - 1,239 Hits
2. STOP & SHOP AND INSTACART TEAM UP TO OFFER 30-MINUTE CONVENIENCE DELIVERY SERVICE ACROSS THE NORTHEAST WITH “STOP & SHOP EXPRESS”
The New Convenience Delivery Service Offers Fresh Foods, Meal Solutions, Grocery Staples, Household Necessities and Snacks Within 30 Minutes via Instacart For a Limited Time, Customers Who Use the New Service Can Enjoy $20 Off Their $30 Order
by post on 10/13/2021 01:57 pm - Story - 858 Hits
3. BERKELEY COLLEGE COMMEMORATES 90th ANNIVERSARY WITH TREE-PLANTING CEREMONY AT PARAMUS, NJ, LIBRARY BANDSHELL
Berkeley College celebrated its 90-year history in New Jersey with a tree-planting ceremony at the Paramus, NJ, Library Bandshell on Tuesday, September 28, 2021. Joseph A. Lagana, New Jersey Senator, Lisa Swain, New Jersey Assemblywoman, and Richard LaBarbiera, Mayor of Paramus, were among the dignitaries to pay tribute to the ...
by post on 10/09/2021 09:32 pm - Story - 935 Hits
4. League of Women Voters Launches 'Make a Voting Plan' in Preparation for General Election on November 2
(Eastern Bergen County, New Jersey; October 8, 2021) -- The League of Women Voters of Northern Valley (LWVNV) wants citizens to be informed and know how to participate in New Jersey's General Election on November 2.  The LWVNV encourages voters to fact check information and seek out reliable resources. 
by post on 10/09/2021 09:24 pm - Story - 1,043 Hits
5. Bergen Performing Arts Center Presents Wizards of Winter
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 15, 2021 – 8 PM $49-39-29
by post on 10/09/2021 09:14 pm - Story - 559 Hits
6. New Jersey Council for the Humanities Awards Grant for Hackensack Immigrant Business Owners' Oral Histories Through Documentary Story Telling
(Hackensack, New Jersey; October 4, 2021) -- The Northern New Jersey Community Foundation's (NNJCF) ArtsBergen initiative announces the New Jersey Council for the Humanities awarded a COVID-19 Response Grant of $11,625 for the project 'Stories on Main Street: Hackensack Immigrant Business Owners as Placemakers'. The NNJCF, a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) tax-exempt ...
by post on 10/07/2021 11:05 am - Story - 1,293 Hits
7. KRE GROUP AND NATIONAL REAL ESTATE ADVISORS BREAK GROUND ON THIRD AND FINAL TOWER AT JOURNAL SQUARED
Work Begins on New 60-Story Rental Building Following Record-Breaking Lease-Up of Tower 2 JERSEY CITY, NJ -- Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop and Hudson County Executive Tom DeGise recently joined principals from KRE Group and National Real Estate Advisors, LLC to mark two significant milestones at Journal Squared, the ...
by post on 10/07/2021 10:50 am - Story - 1,342 Hits
8. BERGEN COUNTY 2022 HISTORY GRANT PROGRAM NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
Division of Cultural & Historic Affairs announces 2022 History Grant Funding cycle (HACKENSACK, NJ) – The Bergen County Department of Parks, Division of Cultural & Historic Affairs, announces the 2022 Bergen County History Grant Funding Program. The 2022 grant cycle is for history projects or programs taking place January 1 ...
by post on 10/01/2021 09:16 pm - Story - 817 Hits
9. The Community Chest of Eastern Bergen County's 'No Show Fall Fest' to Recognize Non-Profit Warriors
(Eastern Bergen County, New Jersey; September 30, 2021) -- Celebrate the new season and participate in The Community Chest of Eastern Bergen County's 'No Show Fall Fest' from September 22 through October 27 to honor non-profit warriors serving our community throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
by post on 09/30/2021 02:16 pm - Story - 937 Hits
10. Wegmans Offering Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Booster Shot, by Appointment Only
Wegmans Pharmacy locations are now offering Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine booster doses to eligible individuals by appointment only.  The following groups are eligible to receive a Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 booster shot at least 6 months after their Pfizer-BioNTech primary series:
by post on 09/28/2021 03:05 pm - Story - 676 Hits
11. BERKELEY COLLEGE STUDENT HONORED AS RISING STAR AWARDEE AT 7TH ANNUAL NJBIA WOMEN BUSINESS LEADERS FORUM
“I can be a catalyst for change and improve the quality of life for everyone.” Angeline Gil of Paterson, NJ, Berkeley College Honors Student
by post on 09/24/2021 05:30 pm - Story - 1,094 Hits
12. BERKELEY COLLEGE NAMES ANNETTA RAMTAHAL CAMPUS OPERATING OFFICER, BERKELEY COLLEGE ONLINE
Berkeley College has named Annetta Ramtahal Campus Operating Officer of Berkeley College Online. As Campus Operating Officer, Ramtahal oversees day-to-day operations, finances, student and staff retention and community outreach for a global population. 
by post on 09/23/2021 05:28 pm - Story - 632 Hits
13. Bergen County Receives 2021 Government Project Experience Award from the Center for Digital Government
Hackensack, N.J. – The Center for Digital Government has awarded the County of Bergen as a recipient of one of the 5th annual Government Project Experience Awards, for their www.BergenBids.com website
by post on 09/22/2021 05:13 pm - Story - 775 Hits
14. JOURNAL SQUARED 2 SHATTERS LEASING RECORDS IN JUST FIVE MONTHS
JERSEY CITY, NJ -- Journal Squared, a prolific and transformative three-building apartment complex in Jersey City, New Jersey, has just broken leasing records for the state.     
by post on 09/21/2021 05:08 pm - Story - 1,275 Hits
15. NJ Sharing Network Earns 2021 NJBIZ Healthcare Heroes Award for Community Education
(New Providence, NJ) – NJ Sharing Network, the non-profit, federally designated organ procurement organization responsible for the recovery of organs and tissue in the state, is proud to announce it has been named a winner of the NJBIZ 2021 Healthcare Heroes Award, which recognizes excellence, innovation, and honors those making ...
by post on 09/21/2021 05:04 pm - Story - 1,275 Hits
16. BERKELEY COLLEGE NAMES MARIA RIVERA DIRECTOR OF CONTINUING EDUCATION
Berkeley College recently named Maria Rivera as the Director of Continuing Education. Rivera leads the College’s Continuing Education efforts for professionals seeking to advance in their careers or transition into new careers by enrolling in flexible Continuing Education courses and Certificate programs.
by post on 09/20/2021 05:17 pm - Story - 1,264 Hits
17. Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County hosts Homes for Hounds
Habitat for Humanity Bergen Restore, 121 Carver Ave, Westwood, NJ 07675, September 18th, 2021. Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County will host a doghouse build challenge benefiting our current veteran allocated home at 95 Sand Rd., Westwood, NJ 07675 on Saturday, September 18th at the Bergen ReStore.
by post on 09/15/2021 05:57 pm - Story - 969 Hits
18. BERKELEY COLLEGE RANKED AMONG BEST REGIONAL COLLEGES IN THE NORTH AND A TOP PERFORMER FOR SOCIAL MOBILITYBY U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT
For the second consecutive year, U.S. News & World Report named Berkeley College New Jersey one of the Best Regional Colleges in the North in its 2022 edition of the Best Colleges Survey. Berkeley College New Jersey was also recognized for the first time as a Top Performer on Social ...
by post on 09/15/2021 05:44 pm - Story - 973 Hits
19. CLARUS GLEN RIDGE LUXURY RENTAL COMMUNITY NOW OPEN FOR LEASING
Second Community in JMF Properties’ Upscale Clarus Brand Delivers 110 Residences on the Border of Montclair and Glen Ridge
by post on 09/15/2021 09:42 am - Story - 2,418 Hits
20. 'Where's Wally' to be Painted and Installed in Oradell's Walter Schirra Park
(Bergen County, New Jersey; September 10, 2021) -- The Northern New Jersey Community Foundation's ArtsBergen initiative invites the public to attend and view the creation and installation of the  'Where's Wally' ground mural and decal installation in the Borough of Oradell's Walter Schirra Park on Sunday, September 19, 2021 from ...
by post on 09/13/2021 09:58 am - Story - 1,374 Hits
21. BERKELEY COLLEGE PROFESSOR AND RETIRED ARMY GUARD RECOUNTS HIS JOURNEY THROUGH MANHATTAN ON SEPTEMBER 11
On September 11, 2001, John Grant, JD, Professor, Justice Studies, Berkeley College School of Professional Studies, said he woke up and started getting ready for work, just like any other day. At the time, Grant was a faculty member at another college in Manhattan, NY. After a friend called and ...
by post on 09/13/2021 09:52 am - Story - 1,296 Hits
22. BERKELEY COLLEGE OFFERS CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES FOR PROFESSIONALS
SEEKING FLEXIBLE, CUSTOMIZABLE WAYS TO ADVANCE IN THE WORKPLACE OR TRANSITION TO A NEW CAREER
by post on 09/08/2021 05:44 pm - Story - 1,362 Hits
23. KRE GROUP ANNOUNCES EARLY FALL LAUNCH OF UPSCALE RENTAL RESIDENCES, 351 MARIN IN DOWNTOWN JERSEY CITY
37-Story Building Will Deliver 507 Homes and Upscale Amenities To Booming Powerhouse Arts District
by post on 09/08/2021 05:40 pm - Story - 1,666 Hits
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