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Cindy Capitani

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  1. Shuttered Wayne Paris Inn To Return Deposits

    Shuttered Wayne Paris Inn To Return Deposits

    WAYNE, N.J. -- The owners of a popular Wayne catering hall that suddenly closed on Saturday said deposits will be returned.Letters are going out explaining the circumstances to everyone who booked parties."We have all intentions of returning our customers their deposits in processing this closing," the owners said on Facebook.Teacher Lindsay Hessenius booked her school's June ...

  2. Party's Over: Wayne Banquet Hall Shutters Without Warning

    Party's Over: Wayne Banquet Hall Shutters Without Warning

    WAYNE, N.J. -- A popular catering boutique has suddenly closed leaving people to wonder about deposits made for future party dates, News12NJ reports.The Paris Inn on Alps Road didn't open for business on Saturday, the station said.Owner Antonio Petritsis told the station the decision to close the 50-year-old business was due to personal reasons.The owner of The Village Inn located on ...

  3. Rutgers Makes NJ's 1st Offer To DePaul Quarterback

    Rutgers Makes NJ's 1st Offer To DePaul Quarterback

    WAYNE, N.J. -- A sophomore quarterback at DePaul Catholic High School in Wayne received an official offer to play football at Rutgers University.Taquan Roberson picked up his offer on Thursday during a personal visit to the New Brunswick campus, Scout Recruiting reports.The offer marks the first for DePaul's Class of 2019 and is the first Rutgers has made in 2017.This visit to Rutgers ...

  4. Students March On Clifton City Hall Over State Funding

    Students March On Clifton City Hall Over State Funding

    CLIFTON, N.J. -- Students marched down Colfax Avenue toward Clifton City Hall on Wednesday in protest of the state's school funding formula, multiple news outlets reported.Clifton lost $50 million in aid this year and Clifton dad Joe Canova started an online petition in February blaming New Jersey's unfair distribution of aid, pix11.com reports.The district hasn't received its full ...

  5. ‘Melrose Place,’ ‘Cry Baby’ Star Talks DWI Dangers To Wayne Students

    ‘Melrose Place,’ ‘Cry Baby’ Star Talks DWI Dangers To Wayne Students

    WAYNE, N.J. -- Former Hollywood actress Amy Locane was a New Jersey housewife in 2010 when she made a mistake that would change lives -- and not for the better, CBS reports.The actress who starred in the 1992 ABC series "Melrose Place" and opposite Johnny Depp in the 1990 film "Cry Baby" spoke at William Paterson University on Wednesday about the dangers of drunk ...

  6. Snow Closes Some South Passaic County Schools Friday

    Snow Closes Some South Passaic County Schools Friday

    Snow expected to blanket the area until about midday is causing delays or closings in several Bergen and Passaic county school districts.Find your district on the list below and be sure to check your district's website for updates.BERGENNew Milford, 2-hour delayMahwah, 2-hour delayPASSAICBloomingdale, 90-minute delayLittle Falls, 90-minute delayClifton, 90-minute delayHaledon, North ...

  7. More Than 8,000 People Expected At Ringwood's St. Patrick's Day Parade

    More Than 8,000 People Expected At Ringwood's St. Patrick's Day Parade

    RINGWOOD, N.J. -- The only St. Patrick's Day parade in Passaic County is expected to draw more than 8,000 people to Ringwood on Saturday, March 25.The 28th annual all-day event will proceed down Skyline Drive before ending at St. Catherine of Bologna Parish Center.Mark Murphy of Erskine Lake in Ringwood is the grand marshall. A salesman by trade, Murphy has sung in the parade since its ...

  8. Outsourcing Probed As Answer To Ringwood School's Financial Woes

    Outsourcing Probed As Answer To Ringwood School's Financial Woes

    RINGWOOD, N.J. -- The Ringwood community could hear from the Board of Education as soon as Monday if outsourcing some jobs makes sense, an article in northjersey.com says.Revenue shortfalls may make it necessary to cut staff like bus drivers and janitors, the article says.The board is looking into whether outsourcing offers cost savings, according to the report.Click here for the ...

  9. Community Mobilizes For Clifton Musician Fighting Cancer Nightmare

    Community Mobilizes For Clifton Musician Fighting Cancer Nightmare

    CLIFTON, N.J. -- The nightmare began for Anna Buzzie of Clifton when her life was saved on Memorial Day. She was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer after a friend found her unconscious and bleeding on the bathroom floor and called 911. Regular chemotherapy is now part of her life as she fights cancer that's now metastasized into her lymph and vascular system.Her husband died just before she ...

  10. Legendary Boxing Trainer, Manager Lou Duva, 94, Of Totowa

    Legendary Boxing Trainer, Manager Lou Duva, 94, Of Totowa

    TOTOWA, N.J. -- Lou Duva of Paterson and Totowa died Wednesday, March 8. He was 94.The boxing hall of famer was part of the Main Events family, which was founded by his son in 1978. He handled the careers of 19 world champions including heavyweights Evander Holyfield and Lennox Lewis and was voted “Manager of the Year” in 1985 and “Trainer of the Year” in 1987.He is survived by son Dino ...

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