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Tricia Cademartori Hrotko Appointed To
Executive Vice President & Chief Revenue Officer



Clifton Bancorp Inc. Announces… Clifton, New Jersey, April 3, 2014 – Clifton Bancorp Inc. (NASDAQ: CSBK), the parent company of Clifton Savings Bank, today announced the appointment of Tricia Cademartori Hrotko to the position of Executive Vice President, Chief Revenue Officer. In this newly created position, Ms. Hrotko will be responsible for the integration of […]

New Life Members Honored At PUC Ball



NEW JERSEY – As part of the evening long affair, there were four new Life Members presented at the 85th Scholarship Ball of the Polish University Club of New Jersey at the Royal Manor in Garfield N.J. on February 16th. They are Alicja Jachna, Michael Lozowski, and Eugenie and Thaddeus Jacoviak. In the photo, left to […]

Russia: Halt Orders
To Block Online Media



Proposed Law Would Further Restrict Public Debate (Moscow, March 24, 2014) – Russian authorities have blocked several independent websites and are proposing new laws that would further restrict freedom of expression, Human Rights Watch said today. These moves, together with the detention of hundreds of peaceful protesters since early March 2014, are part of a […]

The War Against Work And Wealth



The Congressional Budget Office’s recent analysis of the Affordable Care Act concludes that it will result in the equivalent of 2.3 million full-time workers leaving the work force to preserve their taxpayer-financed subsidies for health insurance. This is troubling on several levels: In terms of fiscal impact, it will exacerbate the federal budget deficit, both […]

Insurance and General Consumer Tips
To Renters



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Getting Your Children Involved
In Saving For College



Most articles about college planning focus on advice for parents or other adults who expect to pay the cost for a younger person’s education. But what about the beneficiary who plans to attend college? Most articles about college planning focus on advice for parents or other adults who expect to pay the cost for a […]

Books Donated To Library



The Polish American Cultural Society of Stamford, CT has donated several books to the Ferguson Library, The Polish Saturday School and Central Connecticut State University Polish Studies Program.  These books include a History of Poland, Polish Jewish Relations and Books on the Holocaust.  Others who have contributed to these donations are The Consulate of Poland […]

Retiring Early? Mind The Gap!



Thinking of an early retirement? You’ll first want to consider how you intend to pay for health care costs, when you should begin collecting Social Security and how an early retirement might impact your long-term retirement investing strategy. According to a recent Gallup poll, the average American retires at age 61.1 That’s at least five […]

De Blasio Defends Cuomo’s Rant



(January 24, 2014) Bill Donohue comments on the latest flap over Governor Andrew Cuomo’s rant: One week ago today, Governor Cuomo railed against what he called “extreme conservatives” who are “pro-life, pro-assault weapons, anti-gay.” He said such persons “have no place in the state of New York, because that’s not who New Yorkers are.” Yesterday, […]

Great Places In New Jersey



What makes a place great? The American Planning Association thinks great places are where people want to be … to live, work, play and visit. Great places are fun, they’re public and accessible, and they’re culturally and historically interesting. You shouldn’t be surprised to hear that our state has lots of great places! Here are […]