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  1. Mahwah Senior Facility Collects School Supplies Paterson Students

    Mahwah Senior Facility Collects School Supplies Paterson Students

    MAHWAH, N. J. -- Brandywine Living at Mahwah is kicking off its back-to-school supply drive to benefit Paterson elementary schools by collecting donations now through Aug. 20.New school supplies, such as pencils, glue sticks, erasers, folders, notebooks, tissues and hand sanitizers can be dropped off at the Brandywine Living at Mahwah, 814 Wyckoff Ave., Mahwah.The donations will help ...

  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. Nearly 40 Employers To Participate In Passaic County Job Fair

    Nearly 40 Employers To Participate In Passaic County Job Fair

    WAYNE, N. J. -- Thirty-six businesses and organizations are planning to participate in the diversified career job fair Thursday at William Paterson University's Continuing Education Center in Wayne.Job seekers are encouraged to bring at least 30 copies of a current resume, and wear professional attire. The fair runs from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jan. 14 in the center, 1600 Valley Road, Wayne.A ...

  7. Totowa Goes Big For Fifth Annual Library Fundraiser

    Totowa Goes Big For Fifth Annual Library Fundraiser

    TOTOWA, N. J. -- Entertainment from magician Michael Healy is on tap for the Totowa Public Library's fifth annual Italian family-style dinner fundraiser Jan. 18.The cost is $55 per person for the dinner, which includes beer, wine and soda. It is set for 7 p.m. at the Brownstone, 351 W. Broadway, Paterson.All proceeds benefit the Borough of Totowa Public Library. Tickets are available at ...

  8. Paterson May Benefit From Proposal To Assess Nonprofit Hospitals

    Paterson May Benefit From Proposal To Assess Nonprofit Hospitals

    A state proposal to assess nonprofit hospitals for local services could bring in an additional $2.7 million to towns in Passaic and Bergen counties, but many local officials say it doesn't go far enough, according to NorthJersey.com.State legislators are negotiating a bill that would essentially charge a $2.50 daily bed tax to the state's 60 nonprofit hospitals, with most of the money ...

  9. 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 ...

  10. Lucy The Therapy Dog Spends Time With Anthony Wayne Students

    Lucy The Therapy Dog Spends Time With Anthony Wayne Students

    WAYNE, N. J. -- Lucy the therapy dog got some love from sixth-graders at Anthony Wayne Middle School during a recent visit to the class in Wayne..The students in Sylvia Marra-Gaspar's science class were able to spend some time with Lucy during class. It was part of their work making bar graphs depicting different dog breeds, school officials said.Lucy is a specially trained therapy dog ...

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