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  1. Preschoolers Fill Backpacks For Hackensack's Center For Hope And Safety

    Preschoolers Fill Backpacks For Hackensack's Center For Hope And Safety

    NORWOOD, N. J. -- Students in the Preschool 2 class at The Goddard School in Norwood collected and donated more than 50 backpacks filled with school supplies for The Center for Hope and Safety in Hackensack, an organization that supports victims of domestic violence.With the help of teachers Cheryl Pascal and Gina Stevens, the backpacks were given to children in need. Goddard school ...

  2. Early Pollen Spike Means Rough Allergy Season Ahead

    Early Pollen Spike Means Rough Allergy Season Ahead

    If you suffer from spring allergies, grab your tissues and prepare for a bumpy ride.A mild winter that included lots of rain and wind spells trouble for those who struggle with plant pollen allergies. Couple that with unseasonably warm weather in late winter that led to an early bloom that produces pollen.Pollen levels are now already at moderate to near-high levels, weeks ahead of last ...

  3. Early Pollen Spike Means Rough Allergy Season Ahead

    Early Pollen Spike Means Rough Allergy Season Ahead

    If you suffer from spring allergies, grab your tissues and prepare for a bumpy ride.A mild winter that included lots of rain and wind spells trouble for those who struggle with plant pollen allergies. Couple that with unseasonably warm weather in late winter that led to an early bloom that produces pollen.Pollen levels are now already at moderate to near-high levels, weeks ahead of last ...

  4. Study May Bring New Hope For Those Needing Kidney Transplant

    Study May Bring New Hope For Those Needing Kidney Transplant

    A new study may offer new hope for those awaiting a kidney transplant after researchers found that even incompatible kidneys from living donors can be successfully transplanted when the recipient's immune system is desensitized, according to The New York Times.The findings of the study published March 9 are also offering hope that living-donor transplants of lungs and livers can have ...

  5. Rising Sea Levels Cause Concerns For New York City

    Rising Sea Levels Cause Concerns For New York City

    Water levels around New York City, which is perched on a series of islands at one of the world's biggest harbors, have risen nearly 1.5 feet in the last 200 years, signaling how vulnerable the city is to climate change, Business Insider reports.Business Insider says a new study shows sea levels around the world are rising at a quick pace, putting millions of people and assets at risk of ...

  6. Fear Over Obama's Gun Proposals Spurs Sales In New Jersey

    Fear Over Obama's Gun Proposals Spurs Sales In New Jersey

    New Jersey gun shop owners and police leaders are noting a "record-setting" spike in gun sales following President Barack Obama's speech calling for stronger background checks on gun purchases nationwide, according to NJ.com.Police say it is not uncommon for gun sales to increase whenever there is talk about changing gun laws. Several gun shop owners credit Obama with ...

  7. Salsa Singer Jerry Rivera Performs At Englewood's Bergen Center

    Salsa Singer Jerry Rivera Performs At Englewood's Bergen Center

    ENGLEWOOD, N. J. -- Jerry Rivera, a Grammy-nominated salsa singer from Puerto Rico, will bring his unique style to the Bergen Performing Arts Center Feb. 12.Nicknamed "El Bebe de la Salsa," Rivera has sold more than 10 million albums and has had 11 No. 1 singles, many of them in the United States, Latin America and Puerto Rico. He's become one of the biggest musical acts in ...

  8. Hackensack Hospital Working To Draw Attention To SIDS

    Hackensack Hospital Working To Draw Attention To SIDS

    HACKENSACK, N.J. -- The Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Center of New Jersey, based at Hackensack University Medical Center, has worked with Rutgers' Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Brunswick to get a renewed proclamation from the governor to call attention to the public health problem.Drawing attention to sudden infant death sydrome and ways to prevent it is one of the things ...

  9. Lodi Police Warn Motorists of PSEG Roadwork On Main Street

    Lodi Police Warn Motorists of PSEG Roadwork On Main Street

    LODI, N.J. -- Crews for Public Service Enterprise Group started roadwork at 7 a.m Monday in the 500 block of Main Street, and it will continue through Sunday, Lodi police said.Main Street between Trudy Drive and Avenue F will remain open during the work, and police will be there to help direct traffic, police said. Police are urging motorists to use caution when driving through the ...

  10. Obama Briefed On Possible Terror Threat That Includes New York

    Obama Briefed On Possible Terror Threat That Includes New York

    As New Yorkers prepare to welcome a fresh 2016, worries about terrorism can't be left in the past, Fox News is reporting.Security in New York is increased, along with Los Angeles and Washington D.C. as officials grapple with a possible terror threat here and in other parts of the world, Fox News says.President Barack Obama was informed of an overseas threat to the U.S. between the ...

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