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Little Falls To Honor Fallen Heroes with Annual Memorial Day Parade

April 15, 2018

LITTLE FALLS, NJ - The Township of Little Falls will hold its annual Memorial Day parade on Saturday, May 26 beginning at 10 a.m. The parade will begin at Little Falls School No. 3 and all participants will march up Main Street to Memorial Park on Wilmore Road to complete the parade around 11:15 a.m.

Once the parade concludes, a ceremony at Wilmore Park ...

Middle School Health Club Gets Visit from Woodland Park EMTs

WOODLAND PARK, NJ - Memorial Middle School's Health Club, under its advisor, school nurse Teresa Carbonelli, received a visit at their April 11 meeting from five members of the WP First Aid Squad.

Capt. Andy Dillon explained to the students how the squad formed and how it operates. "A lot of us pick this up for many different reasons," he said, asking the students why they are ...

Woodland Park Honors Three As Part Of Women's History Month

WOODLAND PARK, NJ - At the April 4 Borough Council meeting, three women in the community were honored as part of Women’s History Month. The presentation originally scheduled for March had been delayed because of bad weather.

Senior Vice President of Berkeley College Teri Duda, Mayor’s Committee on Good & Welfare Chairwoman Marge Barilari, and Woodland Park Police Department ...

Two Clothing Collections Planned This Month By WP Home & School Associations

WOODLAND PARK, NJ - Spring cleaning? Get rid of your unwanted clothing, linens and other items and help our local schools.

The Charles Olbon HSA is planning a spring clothing collection on Friday, April 13 from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. There will be a tent outside the school on Lincoln Lane. Just drop and go. Accepted are wearable and usable clothing for men, women and children, ...

Totowa Plans First Town-Wide Trash to Treasure Garage Sale

TOTOWA, NJ - The Totowa Public Library is organizing the first ever Totowa Town Wide Trash to Treasure Garage Sale Saturday, April 28.

For a non-refundable $5 donation, the Totowa Public Library will advertise the event, provide a lawn sign for each household, distribute a map/listing of all sale locations, and the Borough will waive permit fees for registered ...

"Eggs-actly" What They Need: Easter Bunny Delivers Socks for US Troops Overseas

SOMERVILLE, NJ  - The Easter Bunny emptied the jelly beans, chocolate and decorated eggs from his basket yesterday and replaced the traditional contents with pairs of socks destined for US military personnel overseas.

The Easter Bunny – aka Felix Ciattarelli – traveled from Raritan to Somerville on March 30 down Main Street, carrots in one hand, holding on to the cab of a ...

Volunteers Help Give Foster Children a Voice

WAYNE, NJ - Just two weeks after Passaic County Superior Court Judge Imre Karaszeig swore in 19 new volunteers to act as official advocates for children in foster care, Passaic County CASA has put out a call for new recruits.

Passaic County CASA is a nonprofit organization that recruits, screens, trains, and supervises volunteers to “Speak Up for a Child” removed from home due to ...

Friends, Family Rally for Little Falls Native Battling Bone Cancer

LITTLE FALLS, NJ - Chris Munson, an alumni of Passaic Valley High School, is battling Dedifferentiated Chondrosarcoma, which is an extremely rare type of bone cancer.

His friends and family are hosting a fundraiser at the Russian Hall on April 7 at 8 p.m. Tickets are $50 per person and include free draft beer from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m., a dinner buffet, beer pong and flip cup tournaments, a 50/50 ...

Woodland Park Cub Scouts Help Assemble Care Packs For Kids Battling Cancer

WOODLAND PARK, NJ - Cub Scout Pack 31 of Woodland Park recently helped put together cinch-sacs filled with goodies for children battling pediatric cancer at Hackensack University Medical Center.

The project was organized by Michelle Parkerton, a local independent consultant with Thirty-One Gifts, whose son is in the troop and husband serves as troop leader. Through the charitable drive, ...

'One School, One Book' Initiative Launched; One of Many Woodland Park Municipal Alliance Sponsored Programs

WOODLAND PARK, NJ - The Woodland Park Municipal Alliance Against Alcoholism and Drug Abuse sponsors a number of initiative in the three borough schools each year. One such initiative is the “One School, One Book” program, recently launched at Beatrice Gilmore School by Allie Steiger, youth services librarian, and Danielle Indri, school counselor.

The Municipal Alliance purchased ...

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