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  1. Lyndhurst Library Needs Evening Book Club Leader

    Lyndhurst Library Needs Evening Book Club Leader

    LYNDHURST, N.J. -- Love books? The Lyndhurst Library is looking for a community volunteer to lead a monthly book club meeting.The club would meet in the evening. Contact Director Donna Romeo at (201) 804-2478, ext. 7, or email, romeo@lyndhurst.bccls.org.Click here for more information about the library.

  2. Vipin Gaglani, 82, Of Wallington

    WALLINGTON, N.J. -- Vipin Gaglani, a Wallington resident, died Thursday, Dec 31. He was 82. Vipin was born in Aden, Saudi Arabia, on Sept 9, 1933, to Amritlal and Maniben (Sheth) Gaglani. He worked at Bio Reference Labs in Elmwood Park for many years.Gaglani is survived by his wife, Jyoti Gaglani; daughters Hina Gaglani and Sujata Gaglani-Singhera and her husband Verj Singhera; and ...

  3. Stella Jacewich, 95, Of North Arlington

    NORTH ARLINGTON, N.J. -- Stella Jacewich (Krynicki ), a North Arlington resident, died Thursday, Dec. 31 at the Hackensack University Medical Center. She was 95. Born in Jersey City she lived in North Arlington for the past 55 years. She was a member of the Rosary Society of Queen of Peace Church and the North Arlington Nutrition Center. Jacewich was predeceased by her husband Frank ...

  4. North Arlington Accepting Proposals For Various Professional Services

    North Arlington Accepting Proposals For Various Professional Services

    NORTH ARLINGTON, N.J. -- The Borough of North Arlington is accepting proposals for professional services contracts for the Planning and Zoning boards.Proposals may be submitted for Planning Board attorney, engineer, or planner, and Zoning Board attorney or engineer. Specification documents may be obtained from the Borough of North Arlington website or by contacting Acting Borough Clerk ...

  5. High School Football, Wrestling Divided Into Public, Non-Public Sectors

    High School Football, Wrestling Divided Into Public, Non-Public Sectors

    Wrestling and football teams will now separate into public and non-public districts and regions, after a vote by the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association, reported NorthJersey.com.The football proposal, which passed 215-128, will now place all non-public schools into their own conference. The wrestling proposal passed, 216-121 and will now send all non-public wrestlers ...

  6. Daisy Wood, 86, Of Wallington

    WALLINGTON, N.J. -- Daisy Wood, of Bayville and previously of Wallington, died Dec. 3. She was 86. Wood was born April 5, 1929, to Anthony and Mary Franchino, in Passaic. She was raised in Wallington and moved to Bayville in 1994. She worked for the He Ro Group in Secaucus for many years. In addition to being a parishioner at St. Barnabas in Bayville, she was a regular volunteer at the ...

  7. Nominate Your Favorite Bergen Coach For Alliance Award

    Nominate Your Favorite Bergen Coach For Alliance Award

    It's time to nominate your favorite Bergen County coach for the Positive Coach Alliance's Double-Goal Coach Award.  Nonprofit youth and high school sports coaches from throughout the United States may be nominated. All they need do is "embody the ideals of striving to win while also pursuing the more important goal of teaching life lessons through sports," the organization ...

  8. New SAT Will Look A Lot Different From Current Version

    New SAT Will Look A Lot Different From Current Version

    The SATs will have a new look in March to more accurately reflect what students are learning in school, reported The New York Times. The SATs will have to section instead of three: Math and Evidence-Based Reading and Writing. The questions will be drawn from Common Core, which most states use. The SAT's will become more similar to the ACT's, said The New York Times. The new theme for ...

  9. How Many Wives Earn More Than Their Husbands?

    How Many Wives Earn More Than Their Husbands?

    The percentage of American wives earning more than their husbands has slowly increased in the past decade, but husbands still are overwhelmingly bringing home the bacon, according to Statista. According to data compiled by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 29.3 percent of wives earned more than their husbands in 2013 (in families in which both wives and husbands have earnings). Compared ...

  10. 47 Million Americans To Travel For Thanksgiving

    47 Million Americans To Travel For Thanksgiving

    The estimated 47 million Americans nationwide who are expected to make their annual pilgrimage to grandma’s this holiday will see lower prices at the pump. In its annual holiday travel survey, AAA projects a 0.6 percent increase in the number of people traveling between Nov. 25-29. The slight increase marks the seventh consecutive year of growth for Thanksgiving travel. Of the 47 ...

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