Come Back to College this Spring at PCCC

Start or re-start your college education this spring at Passaic County Community College. PCCC’s 12-Week term starts Wednesday, February 8 at the Paterson, Wanaque, and Passaic locations. There’s still time to register and enjoy PCCC’s affordable academic excellence, flexible class schedules, and strong support for student success.  

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Delicious Grab-and-Go Breakfasts for Busy Mornings

We need to talk about breakfast.

According to a study from the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, nearly one-quarter of Americans skip breakfast daily. It’s understandable! It’s easy to forget or skip it when you’re rushing to work or to drive the kids to school.

But eating breakfast is critical to your health—it’s the meal that kickstarts your ...

Try These Satisfying Winter Salad Recipes

When the produce section starts to look a little wilted in the winter, it’s time to stock up on root vegetables and winter greens! Check out our favorite winter salad recipes for nutrient-packed (and delicious!) seasonal options.

These winter salads make a hearty, healthy side or a fresh, full meal and give you that nutrient boost we often lose when our favorite fruits and veggies ...

Dr. Lou Ruvolo Prioritizes Student Experience as Executive Director of the Center for Innovation

RUTHERFORD, NJ - Felician University has announced the appointment of a new executive director for the Lenke Family Center for Innovation (CFI), Dr. Louis Ruvolo. Following a year of successful involvement with the CFI in 2022-2023, when he was a driving force for project vision casting for the center, Ruvolo plans to continue to channel his experience towards interdisciplinary ...

New Jersey Man Sentenced to Six Years for Assault of Police Office During Jan. 6 Capitol Riot

January 29, 2023

WASHINGTON, D.C. - A New Jersey man has been sentenced to six years in prison for assaulting Brian Sicknick, a capitol police officer who fought off rioters on January 6, 2021.

The New Jersey native, Sicknick, 42, died the day after the assault as a result of his injuries. .

Julian Khater, 33 of Somerset, who has been in custody since March 14, 2021, pleaded guilty in September 2022 ...

SeaSmart Diversity Scholarship Now Open

HOBOKEN, NJ - SeaSmart, a Hoboken-based nonprofit, will provide qualified students with an opportunity to explore their interest in ocean conservation, marine biology and SCUBA diving.  

SeaSmart's primary mission is to raise awareness of and develop advocates for ocean conservation, marine biology and SCUBA via programs and camps.

This July, SeaSmart will conduct ...

Felician University President Calls for 'Actionable Good' Following Death of Tyre Nichols

January 31, 2023

Once again, we as a nation find ourselves gripped in the tense aftermath of a senseless violent tragedy as we try to comprehend the beating death of Tyre Nichols by five Memphis police officers. The quick and decisive action by the Memphis Police Chief, prosecutors, and other city officials is to be applauded. It is a welcomed difference from what has transpired on occasions in the past. However, ...

Upcoming Events

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Wed, February 15
04:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Paterson Public Schools Central Office - 1st Floor Cafeteria, Paterson

Paterson Public Schools Teachers Career ...

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Wed, February 15
06:30 PM — 08:30 PM

Transfer Open House

Passaic Valley Water Commission Begins Shutting Off Water Services

January 29, 2023

PASSAIC COUNTY, NJ – The Passaic Valley Water Commission (PCWC) has begun shutting off water services for households with unpaid bills. There are approximately 7,500 delinquent accounts, totaling about $12.5 million throughout the Commission’s entire service area, officials said.

“We’re shutting off about 30 accounts per day, weather permitting,” Bryan ...

NJPCSA Applauds Murphy Administration’s Approval of 11 Expansions of High Performing Public Charter Schools

February 2, 2023

HAMILTON, NJ – Yesterday, the Murphy Administration granted approval for 11 high-performing public charter schools to offer more grade levels and seats for students throughout New Jersey. These decisions coming out of the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) will allow thousands of students to get off wait lists and enroll in public charter schools over the next several ...

Bergen New Bridge Medical Center Receives $1M Donation from its Foundation

PARAMUS, NJ – The Bergen New Bridge Medical Center Foundation made a $1 million pledge to further support expansion, services, and programs at the Medical Center.

Lou Weiss, Chair of the Foundation presented the ceremonial check for the $1 million pledge to Bergen New Bridge President and CEO, Deb Visconi.

“The support from our Foundation is vital to us as we continue to ...

Non-Invasive Technology Offers New Treatment Option for Prostate Cancer

PATERSON, NJ - St. Joseph’s Health is proud to introduce a new treatment option for patients diagnosed with Prostate Cancer. The new Focal One Robotic System uses high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) technology, allowing for precise destruction of cancerous tissue, without damaging healthy surrounding tissue.

“This new technology is changing the way we treat ...