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The Backpacks Are Back!



CLIFTON, NJ – Help us to provide Clifton students with free quality filled backpacks for their 2014-2015 school year. During July and August volunteers will be collecting school supplies and backpacks in the community. Our goal this year is 200 backpacks filled with school supplies for K-5 students and 100 for Middle school students. We […]

WWI And The Second Fall of Man



Note: June 28th, 2014 marked the 100th anniversary of the assassination of Austrian archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife. A few months later, Europe was embroiled in war. World War I. In his intriguing article, Dr. Paul Kengor begins with the deadly summer 100 years ago and outlines the disastrous outcomes of the war. A time, […]

Freedom Is Precious



On Independence Day we celebrate the gift of America given to us 238 years ago by the founders of our great nation. Freedom is as precious as life itself. But its true value is rarely appreciated by people unless it is either threatened or lost. Although the human spirit yearns for freedom, tyrannical regimes have […]

Another Historic Landmark In Jeopardy
Of Closing Its Doors Forever



Polish Peoples’ Home of Passaic Needs Your Help Dear Friend, The Polish Peoples’ Home of Passaic, New Jersey has been a part of the Passaic community for over 100 years. We have had our doors open not only for the Polish people but for all the people of different nationalities and ethnicities. The Home has […]

Summer Events For Michigan Autopalooza



DETROIT — The Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau (DMCVB) and the MotorCities National Heritage Area (MCNHA) announced the 2014 Autopalooza lineup for auto related events for the summer. The announcements were made in the antique auto atrium at the Detroit Historical Museum. Autopalooza is a series of world-class automotive cruises, races and shows in […]

Historic Quilts On Display



PENNSYLVANIA – The Luzerne County Historical Society currently has twenty historic quilts on display at their Museum at 69 South Franklin Street, Wilkes-Barre. The quilts, from the Society’s collections, include many patterns, types and sizes from the nineteenth and early twentieth century. These handmade quilts have been collected by the Society over the years. Also […]

Clifton Notables Wish Councilman Grabowski
All The Best In His Bid For Re-Election



CLIFTON, NEW JERSEY. Pictured l-r: Matthew J. Trella Esq., whose family has a long respected history in the city of Clifton; Councilman Matt Grabowski, Jay V. Surgent Esq., (whose father, the late John “Doc” Surgent, served as Mayor of the city of Clifton and served a total of 6 terms on the council for a total […]

U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Public Prayer



PLANO, Texas, May 5, 2014 – Today, Liberty Institute applauds the United States Supreme Court’s 5-4 ruling reaffirming the constitutionality of prayer before governmental meetings. As a result of the High Court’s decision, the practice of praying before governmental meetings that began even before the opening prayer of the First U.S. Congress will continue uncensored […]

Union Wins First NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey Title



PHILADELPHIA, PA — Union College, a small school near Schenectady, New York with no athletic scholarships and an enrollment of 2,241, defeated the University of Minnesota 7-4 to claim college hockey’s top prize.  In front of 18,742 at the Wells Fargo Center, the Dutchmen from the ECAC, claimed the 2014 NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey Championship.  […]

Communion Breakfast



NEW JERSEY – Richard Zawisny, chairman of the General Pulaski Parade Committee, was the guest speaker at the 87th Annual Communion Breakfast of the Holy Rosary Young Men’s Club of Passaic. Guests included (from l. to r.) Ray Bilar, Richard Zawisny, Greg Komeshok, Mayor James Anzaldi of Clifton, Congressman William Pascrell, and Louis Gill. – Submitted […]