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DEMS RUSH TO SAVE SUDDENLY VULNERABLE INCUMBENTS

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DEMS RUSH TO SAVE SUDDENLY VULNERABLE INCUMBENTSBY DONNA CASSATAASSOCIATED PRESSWASHINGTON (AP) — Desperate Democrats are rushing to save suddenly vulnerable House incumbents, even in states where President Barack Obama cruised to double-digit victories, amid fresh signs of Republican momentum less than a week before the midterm elections.The once friendly terrain of New York, California, Obama’s native state of Hawaii and adopted state of Illinois all now pose stiff challenges to Democrats who are determined to limit their losses next Tuesday. Both parties agree the GOP will hold its House More >

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Obama Could Replace Aides Bruised by a Cascade of Crises

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Obama Could Replace Aides Bruised by a Cascade of CrisesBy MARK LANDLEROCT. 29, 2014WASHINGTON — One day this month, as the nation shuddered with fears of an Ebola outbreak and American warplanes pounded Sunni militants in Syria, President Obama’s national security adviser, Susan E. Rice, invited a group of foreign policy experts to the White House to hear their views of how the administration was performing.She was peppered with critiques of the president’s Syria and China policies, as well as the White House’s delays in releasing a national security strategy, a congressionally mandated More >

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Hackensack questions Hackensack University Medical Center’s plan to use mobile unit for Ebola care

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Hackensack questions Hackensack University Medical Center’s plan to use mobile unit for Ebola careOCTOBER 30, 2014    LAST UPDATED: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2014, 12:41 AMBY MARY JO LAYTON AND TODD SOUTHSTAFF WRITERS |THE RECORDHackensack University Medical Center’s strategy to use its mobile satellite emergency department to treat potential Ebola patients is running into a few wrinkles: Federal health authorities haven’t yet approved its use, and it may have to relocate from its spot behind a fast-food restaurant.Federal and state health authorities inspected the unit Saturday to assess More >

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Reader says Preservation implies a “status quo” do nothing again ,others disagree

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Reader says Preservation implies a “status quo” do nothing again ,others disagreeBy preserving, you are absolutely doing “something”. It is not an easy job either.

In 2011, Ridgewood was ranked #26, by Money Magazine, as one of the best places to live. This year the new list came out and we are not even on it. There are three towns in NJ that are, #16 Parsippany, with 800 acres of “preserved land”, #26 Franklin Lakes – 1/3 of which is farmland or recreation “preservation” and #27 Piscataway – rich in history and “preservations incuding….”. All three of these top NJ picks use the word More >
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Support for police chief

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Support for police chiefAnne LaGrange Loving

Regarding “Ridgewood police chief cleared of wrongdoing” (Page L-2, Oct. 24):

I am very happy that the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office has cleared Ridgewood Police Chief John Ward of any criminal wrongdoing in the investigation into his hiring of two police recruits this year.

Chief Ward is quoted as saying he hopes that the public’s faith in him has been reaffirmed. Rest assured, the residents of Ridgewood never lost faith in Ward, as witnessed by the many, many residents who attended and spoke in his defense at two contentious Village Council More >

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As Fed Pauses Printing, Total World Debt Tops $100 Trillion

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As Fed Pauses Printing, Total World Debt Tops $100 TrillionSubmitted by Tyler Durden on 10/29/2014 13:45 -0400If, as Lacy Hunt explains “debt is an increase in current spending in lieu of future spending,” then we have some ‘un-spending’ to do…http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-10-29/fed-pauses-printing-total-world-debt-tops-100-trillionAnd The Biggest Beneficiary Of QE3 Is…Submitted by Tyler Durden on 10/29/2014 15:18 -0400 Aside from the S&P 500 of course, which made billionaires out of millionaires (even if it failed to make billionaires into trillionaires this time around –  we will have More >

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Rep. Garrett: Feds’ Resistance to Quarantines ‘Unbelievable’

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Rep. Garrett: Feds’ Resistance to Quarantines ‘Unbelievable’

Tuesday, 28 Oct 2014 07:01 PM

According to CBS poll, conducted Oct. 23-27, 80 percent of Americans support mandatory quarantines for U.S. citizens and legal residents arriving from West Africa. Just 17 percent said they believe those without symptoms should be allowed to move freely.The federal government’s resistance to quarantining people who have returned to the United States after being in contact with Ebola patients is “unbelievable,” says Rep. Scott Garrett, More >

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Bad timing: Cory Booker contends with subpoena, bad press ahead of Senate election

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Bad timing: Cory Booker contends with subpoena, bad press ahead of Senate electionPOSTED AT 1:31 PM ON OCTOBER 27, 2014 BY NOAH ROTHMANNew Jersey’s junior Senator and the former Democratic mayor of Newark, Cory Booker, will ask the state’s voters to send him back to the Senate next Tuesday to serve a full term. Booker was elected last year to fill the seat vacated by the late Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ), and his aim was to keep his head down and make no waves as a new member of that august body.Booker’s efforts to avoid being defined as a partisan political actor have More >

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The Ray Rice children’s Halloween costume you won’t believe

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The Ray Rice children’s Halloween costume you won’t believeBy Kelly Wallace, CNNupdated 4:02 PM EDT, Mon October 27, 2014(CNN) — There aren’t too many times when I’m speechless about what I consider an outrageous example of parenting. This is one of those times.An Instagram photo surfaced over the weekend of a child wearing a Ray Rice costume and dragging a doll ostensibly meant to symbolize the wife of the embattled former NFL star, Janay Rice. (The person who posted the photo with the caption “Greatest costume ever” appears to have since taken down their Instagram account.)As most of us More >

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Ridgewood Public Library hosts photo exhibit

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Ridgewood Public Library hosts photo exhibitOCTOBER 24, 2014    LAST UPDATED: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2014, 12:31 AMBY EILEEN LA FORGIASTAFF WRITER |THE RIDGEWOOD NEWSPhotographer always ready for ‘perfect’ shotIsaac Stackell’s photos are on display this month at the Ridgewood Public Library.He calls the show a collection of images he created over the past 30 years. When asked where his favorite landscape scenes are, he said, “Anywhere the light is right. It could be at any given moment – you don’t know when that is going to happen.” He always has his camera with him.Stackell does product More >

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2 years after Sandy hit, some victims in Bergen County are still waiting for relief

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2 years after Sandy hit, some victims in Bergen County are still waiting for reliefOCTOBER 29, 2014    LAST UPDATED: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2014, 7:29 AMBY AARON MORRISONSTAFF WRITER | THE RECORDVolunteer Jessica Martinez being trained by Mike Stimson of Habitat for Humanity at a Little Ferry home damaged by Superstorm Sandy.Of all the money dispersed to homeowners and renters whose lives were upended by Superstorm Sandy two years ago today, not a penny of it has helped rid Donna Mojica of the mold that has festered around her water-damaged trailer home.Sick of looking at the mold as it More >

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142nd Annual Harvest Fair at Old Paramus Church

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142nd Annual Harvest Fair at Old Paramus Church All are Welcome!For the 142nd consecutive year, the members of Old Paramus Church are preparing for its annual Harvest Fair on Nov. 1, from 10 to 4. Complete with wonderful crafts by very talented members, lovingly prepared lunches and/or snacks, a bake shop of homemade pies, breads, cookies and cakes, a jewelry shop, a charming Christmas boutique, attic treasures, a farm stand with the finest apples in Bergen County, cheeses, fresh and dried herbs, plants for your house or garden (it’s not too late to plant this fall!), scarves, handbags, More >

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Survey: Since Newtown school attack 85% of N.J. school districts have tightened security

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Survey: Since Newtown school attack 85% of N.J. school districts have tightened securityOCTOBER 28, 2014, 9:00 PM    LAST UPDATED: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2014, 9:00 PMBY HANNAN ADELYSTAFF WRITER | THE RECORDPrintSince the deadly school shooting in Newtown, Conn., more than 85 percent of school districts in New Jersey have taken new security measures, including adding cameras, hiring security and making building changes, according to a 2013 survey of local school officials.Their responses were included as part of a report titled “What Makes Schools Safe?” released Tuesday by a task force of the More >

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The Record endorses Robert Avery and Bernadette Walsh for Bergen County freeholder

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The Record endorses Robert Avery and Bernadette Walsh for Bergen County freeholder The Record: Bergen County freeholdersOCTOBER 29, 2014    LAST UPDATED: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2014, 7:25 AMTHE RECORDOPPORTUNITY beckons for Bergen County Republicans. Unlike last year, when Republicans were fighting merely to retain a minority of seats on the county Freeholder Board, the GOP can take control of the board by winning two open seats next Tuesday.The Republican candidates are Robert Avery, a onetime Municipal Court judge in Ridgefield, and Bernadette Walsh, a former member of the Ridgewood More >

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Hudson County Democrat Machine looks to push Cho in Bergen County

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Hudson County Democrat Machine looks to push Cho in Bergen County 

Ridgewood Nj, In the latest attempt by the Hudson County Democratic Machine to take over Bergen County , two of Hudson County’s top Democrats are looking to move into Bergen and push Roy Cho .

These are the same forces pushing for over development , higher taxes , and more control of our schools to Washington DC.

CD5 race: Prieto, Sires: Hudson Dems ready to put ‘bodies on the ground’ for Cho

JERSEY CITY – Two of Hudson County’s most prominent Democrats

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Good Samaritan’s finding of missing Ridgewood toddler leads to charge of receiving stolen property

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Good Samaritan’s finding of missing Ridgewood toddler leads to charge of receiving stolen propertyOCTOBER 28, 2014, 8:38 PM    LAST UPDATED: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2014, 8:46 PMBY JIM NORMANSTAFF WRITER | THE RECORDRIDGEWOOD – Village police arrested a 27-year-old Paterson man and charged him with receiving stolen property after he and a coworker found a missing toddler walking on Maple Avenue and the two men stopped to make sure the child was safe, authorities said Tuesday.Police said the chain of events started on Saturday, when police received a report of a 4-year-old boy walking without an More >

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Ridgewood planner set to testify at next multifamily housing hearing

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Ridgewood planner set to testify at next multifamily housing hearingOCTOBER 28, 2014    LAST UPDATED: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2014, 9:45 AMBY LAURA HERZOGSTAFF WRITER |THE RIDGEWOOD NEWSThe much-anticipated testimony is coming: Village Planner Blais Brancheau will testify on multifamily housing on Monday, Nov. 3.At last week’s Planning Board meeting, the location of Brancheau’s testimony was set for the Ridgewood High School Campus Center at 7:30 p.m. that Monday.After the planner’s testimony, which will consider an amendment to the village’s master plan that would allow high-density More >

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