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Sharing Our May 3rd Constitution

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Computer & Electronics Recycling

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NEW JERSEY – The Passaic County Office of Solid Waste & Recycling Programs will be conducting its next Computer & Electronics Recycling Collection Event on Friday, May 6th and Saturday, May 7th, 2016 from 9 am to 2 pm, rain or shine at the Passaic County Para-Transit Facility, 1310 Route 23 North in Wayne (behind […]

Free Citizenship Classes
Offered In Toms River, NJ

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TOMS RIVER, NJ –  Adults who want to take the U.S. Citizenship Test to become naturalized citizens and are qualified to take it can attend free classes during the summer in Toms River to help them prepare for the test. In addition, the six-week long program will help them complete their N400 applications for citizenship. […]

Urban Farms Bring
Healthy Local Foods

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NEW JERSEY – The Garden State may be renowned for tomatoes, corn, peppers, blueberries and more, but in contrast many of its urban areas are “food deserts” nearly devoid of fresh produce. Food deserts are defined as geographic areas – often inner cities – where affordable and nutritious food is hard to find, especially for […]

Hamtramck Drug Free Community
Coalition Announces Next
Prescription Take Back Day

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Hamtramck, MI-  The Hamtramck Drug Free Coalition (HDFCC) in partnership with the Hamtramck Police Department is pleased to announce their participation in the upcoming National Prescription Take Back Day April 30th. The community is asked to bring old, unused or expired medication to the Hamtramck CVS location where there will be a temporary box for […]

Putin Sends A Message
To Obama

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Ten days ago, two Russian fighter jets flew a little too close for comfort to an American destroyer sailing in the Baltic Sea. The ship’s crew recorded the incidents and the Navy released them online. What should be made of this incident? Was it an act of war? Hijinks? A scouting mission? In this interesting […]

“Pigasus” For President:
Chicago 1968 Speaks To 2016

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In August 1968, Democratic delegates debated two rival Vietnam policy planks in Chicago. While they debated an estimated 10,000 protestors gathered at nearby Grant Park. Millions of TV viewers watched as demonstrators faced off against platoons of police. The melee moved between Grant Park, the International Amphitheater Convention Center, and the Democratic Party headquarters in […]

Dr. Eugenia Babiak Honored

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NEW JERSEY – On Wednesday, April 6, 2016, the Sons of Poland Benevolent Foundation honored Eugenia T. Babiak, MD with a Meritorious Service Award for being the epitome of community membership. Dr. Babiak belongs to an extraordinary number of Polish American organizations, including being an insured member of the Sons of Poland Council of the […]

Family Bowling Night

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CLIFTON, NEW JERSEY – The Clifton Recreation Department held an exciting family bowling night at Garden Palace Lanes on Friday, April 8th. About 75 residents took over the alley for the night participating in laser light bowling, funky bowling, bingo bowling, coloring and more. Participants gathered family and friends and bowled their best. Everyone enjoyed […]

Earth Week Message
From DEP Commissioner Bob Martin

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TRENTON, NJ  – It is hard to believe that 46 years have passed since the first Earth Day, April 22, 1970. That event marked the beginning of the modern environmental movement. It also was the launch of what has to be the most successful grass-roots movement in history. Never before, and never since, has one […]