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December 18, 2018

PARKLAND,FL-  Volunteers from Parkland and the surrounding area turned Parkland Commons' Deja Blue restaurant into a Winter Wonderland on Monday evening for foster children of all ages living in the Coconut Creek SOS Children's Village. Heather Khalil has been connecting the community of Parkland ...

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BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ- Many students think of school days as the time between breaks. Weekends, the New Jersey Education Association Convention, and Spring Break are all causes for celebration, but the most anticipated break by far is Winter Break. Snow is in the air, presents are on the horizon, ...

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RED BANK, NJ – RBR Students Creates Cards to Cheer Hospitalized Children during the Holidays Over two days in early December, students work through their lunch periods and join their fellow classmates in creating festive cards filled with inspirational messages for children going through very ...

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WASHINGTON, DC – .Under legislation spearheaded by Congressman Bill Pascrell, Jr., and signed Monday by President Donald Trump, Paterson baseball legend Larry Doby, a player who helped break the Major League Baseball color barrier, will be honored posthumously with a Congressional Gold Medial of ...

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  LONG HILL, NJ - A downed tree is causing delays on Tuesday morning.   Watchung Hills sent out an alert that said,”Please be advised that Routes HS01 and HS03 covering Long Hill Twp may be affected due to a downed tree on Mountain Avenue between Morristown Road and Long Hill ...

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PATERSON, NJ- New Jersey’s growing medical marijuana industry is set to plant roots in Paterson in the new year. According to a statement released by the New Jersey Department of Health, Green Thumb Industries Inc. (GTI), a national cannabis consumer packaged goods company, has been selected as ...

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MAHOPAC, N.Y. 0 Since she joined the Girl Scouts back in first grade, Gabrielle Lama has always had her sights set on earning the Gold Award—the highest honor a Girl Scout can obtain. “I looked up to the other girls and wanted to be like them and have an impact on the community,” she ...

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BELMAR, NJ — For Sportsnut Cards & Collectibles owner Ted Henschel, time is certainly on his side. Now located at 1102 Main Street in Belmar, his store boasts one of the largest selections of quality cards and collectibles in New Jersey — timeless treasures that feature athletes whose ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - Nutley residents will soon see a $3 a month service and maintenance fee on their water bill. The updated ordinance was unanimously passed during the Tuesday, Dec. 4 Board of Commissioners public meeting. A public hearing was held for Ordinance No. 3399 to amend Ordinance No. 412 of ...

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CEDAR GROVE, NJ - A Bloomfield man was arrested early Wednesday morning for stealing a Christmas ornament off of a tree in Cedar Grove. Ptl. Christopher Lynch responded to Club way at around 1:50 a.m. on a report of a suspicious vehicle. According to police reports, the vehicle was located and ...

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PATERSON, NJ- New Jersey’s growing medical marijuana industry is set to plant roots in Paterson in the new year. According to a statement released by the New Jersey Department of Health, Green Thumb Industries Inc. (GTI), a national cannabis consumer packaged goods company, has been selected as ...

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PATERSON, NJ- New Jersey’s growing medical marijuana industry is set to plant roots in Paterson in the new year. According to a statement released by the New Jersey Department of Health, Green Thumb Industries Inc. (GTI), a national cannabis consumer packaged goods company, has been selected as ...

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"The whole art of teaching is only the art of awakening the natural curiosity of young minds for the purpose of satisfying it afterwards." Anatole France

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SOMERVILLE, NJ – Everyone but the brewmeister will be working Tuesday at Village Brewing Company. Just two months away from drawing the first mug of "Somerville Red" and other craft beers brewed on the premises, the owners of what will be the largest micro-brewery in Somerset County were busy ...

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MONTCLAIR, NJ - Montclair Democratic Party Chairman Brendan W. Gill and Vice-Chair Tanya Poteat celebrated the Holiday Season by donating over 100 toys to children in need during the Annual Montclair Democratic Party Toy Drive. The toy drive took place on Thursday December 6th at Just Jakes in ...

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MONTCLAIR, NJ – First Ward Councilor Bill Hurlock will host a community meeting Thursday, December 20, 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the Bellevue Avenue branch of the Montclair Public Library, 185 Bellevue Avenue. The Councilor invited township Public Works Superintendent Rob Bianco to talk about the nearly ...

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Robotics Club Sweeps Fiels With Perfect 10-0 Record, Qualifies For Eastern Pa. State Championships The Harriton High School VEX Robotics Club "Metal Heads" returned triumphant from The GVMS JingleBots VEX 2018 competition -- a state qualifier tournament -- in Malvern, PA, on Dec. 15, ...

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PLAINFIELD, NJ - There is less than a week to go until the streets of Plainfield's Netherwood Heights historic district will be lit up with over four thousand luminaries, bags filled with sand and candles, on Christmas Eve. The Netherwood Heights Neighborhood Association has taken on this ...

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WOOD-RIDGE, NJ --  Students of the Month were announced, recognition of an outgoing board member and approval of the new Culinary Arts and Hospitality Institute were discussed at the final Wood-Ridge Board of Education of the year on Monday night in the auditorium. The re-organization meeting for ...

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NORTH ARLINGTON, NJ -  Antony Markonovic threw five straight strikes en route to 212 game, leading Hasbrouck Heights to a narrow 37 pin victory in the opening game of the Aviators 7-0 sweep over Secaucus in NJIC Bowling action Monday afternoon in North Arlington. “Antony’s string of strikes put ...

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WOOD-RIDGE, NJ - Natalie Cala scored 22 and Amanda DiMase added 12 as Wood-Ridge defeated Saddle Brook, 58-46, in an NJIC Meadowlands girls basketball contest in Wood-Ridge on Monday afternoon.  The Blue Devils improved to 2-1 overall, and 2-0 in the NJIC Meadowlands with the victory.  The Blue ...

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SADDLE BROOK, NJ - Ricardo Rosa scored 32 for Saddle Brook, but Wood-Ridge's Ryan Sarver countered with 24 as the Blue Devils defeated the Falcons, 61-50 in NJIC Boys Basketball Action on Monday evening in Saddle Brook.   Liam Winslow added 13 for the Blue Devils. Wood-Ridge led 17-11 at the end ...

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“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.”  ― Mahatma Gandhi

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Welcome to ‘Winning Culture’ the new column focusing on the Philadelphia 76ers for tapintothemainline.com. Throughout the season we will be following the Sixers and trying to make sense of going from 10 wins to hopefully 55 in just three years. Be sure to check back each week for offbeat ...

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NEW YORK, NEW YORK - The Hasbrouck Heights Track Team traveled over to the New Balance Track and Field Center to open its season at the Spiked Shoe Invitational on Monday afternoon, which ran into the evening.  Top Performers included :  Jeremy Bailey (5th in the 1600 Meters), Maliki Burrell ...

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UNION, NJ – Michele Delisfort will become Union’s mayor when the Township’s 2019 reorganization meeting takes place on January 1. “I’m humbled to be recognized by my colleagues as the Township’s next Mayor,” said Delisfort. “I’m excited to transition into the position and to continue advocating ...

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SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – Six new officers, each with longstanding ties to the community and families in law enforcement, were officially sworn in as the newest members of the South Plainfield Police Department this week.  “I don't recall, over the last 10 years or so, ever having six new officers ...

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DENVILLE, NJ – Morris Knolls boys varsity basketball could not survive a nail-biter against Newton, who scraped a 64-61 victory in overtime. Morris Knolls senior Riley Furlong was the game’s leading scorer with 21 points. Other Golden Eagles players who put points on the board included senior ...

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SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ -- Scotch Plains-Fanwood senior Josh Cohen has established himself not only as one of the top swimmers in the state of New Jersey, but also as one of the country's elite swimmers.  During the young 2018-19 swim season, Cohen has continued his winning ways. On Wednesday, Dec.

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SUMMIT, NJ - The Chatham boys basketball team experienced its first growing pains of the young season on Monday night. Leading by three points with 1:44 left in the fourth quarter, Summit scored six points in the final minute to pull out a 60-58 win. "Tough place to play. We have a young team ...

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