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What You Need to Know About Mini French Bulldogs

Have you decided that it’s time for a dog? Have you discussed this with your family? Are you looking for a puppy to keep as a companion? You might have heard of so many breeds, which can confuse you. The first question you need to ask yourself when intending to buy a dog is which breed to settle for. Statistics show that French bulldogs are among the most common dog breeds globally.

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Ridgewood’s Farmer’s Market Sunday June 26th

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Ridgewood NJ, celebrating the 22th Anniversary of Ridgewood’s Farmer’s Market!!! Mark Your Calendars! Every Sunday* from June 26 to November 20, 2022 (*weather permitting) 8:30am-2:00pm at the Westside of Ridgewood  Train Station.  Join us at our small, no crowds, safe Farmer’s Market that will have lots of FRESH vegetables, fruit, baked goods, local honey, delicious pickles, homemade mozzarella, cannoli’s. For more information please reach out to the Chamber at 201-445-2600 or info@ridgewoodchamber.com.

Sunday, June 26, 2022 (8:30 AM – 2:00 PM) 8:30 am to 2pm

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Missing Ridgewood Senior Citizen Found

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Ridgewood NJ, Ridgewood Police Department report that the missing person 86 year old female Sandra “Sandy” Chanoch has been found . She was reported missing after being last seen wearing a Black shirt and maroon pants leaving the Stable (259 north maple Avenue) at approximately 1100 am yesterday . Party has dementia.

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WHO: Human-to-human Monkeypox Transmission Occurs through Close Physical Contact

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Ridgewood NJ, Investigations into growing outbreaks of monkeypox virus continue in at least 15 countries where the disease usually is not endemic. As of publication, health authorities have identified 160 confirmed cases and at least 80 suspected cases in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Israel, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the US, and UK.* No cases have yet to be confirmed in South America, although Argentina has reported a suspected case. The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) today issued a risk assessment warning that if the current outbreaks in Europe are not brought under control quickly, there is a risk that monkeypox could become endemic if the virus spreads into an animal population.

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Columbia Bank Opens its Newest Branch in Bergenfield, New Jersey

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Bergenfield NJ,  Columbia Bank is pleased to announce its commitment to expanding into eastern Bergen  County, by opening its newest branch in the town of Bergenfield, New Jersey. Located at 223 S. Washington Avenue,  the venue, which offers full-service personal and business banking including drive-up amenities.  

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Explore the Soul of Gospel with Rev. Mack Brandon at West Side Presbyterian Church

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Ridgewood NJ, Rev. Mack Brandon, pastor of the Metropolitan AME Zion Church in Ridgewood, will be live in the sanctuary of West Side Presbyterian Church on June 1 at 7:30 pm! You’re invited into the exhilarating and contemplative soul center of gospel music with Rev. Brandon and select members of his “Connection Choir” as he considers joy, self-reflection and spiritual formation in the Black Church experience.

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More Arrests Expected in Paramus Mall Brawl

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Paramus NJ , according to Paramus Police Chief Kenneth R. Ehrenberg patrol units at the mall were alerted about the fight at 7:02 p.m. When Officers arrived they saw several people fighting in the Food Court area , some in ski masks, throwing chairs at each other. Additional Paramus units were called in along with Police units from Rochelle Park, Maywood and Fair Lawn.

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NJ Attorney General Launches the 2022 “Click It or Ticket” Seat Belt Enforcement Campaign in New Jersey

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Ridgewood NJ,  as fatal crashes continue to climb in New Jersey, Acting Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin and the Division of Highway Traffic Safety (HTS) today announced the start of New Jersey’s annual “Click it or Ticket” enforcement mobilization targeting drivers and passengers who don’t buckle up. This year, a record 145 law enforcement agencies have received HTS grants totaling more than $890,000 to help pay for enforcement initiatives during the two-week campaign.

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Ridgewood Boy Scout Troop 7 Recognizes 3 Eagle Scouts

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Ridgewood NJ, Troop 7 Ridgewood will recognize three Boy Scouts that have achieved the prestigious rank of Eagle — Zack Boesch, Nick Galis and Kalyan Patel — on Saturday, June 11 at 2:00 pm at Upper Ridgewood Community Church. Eagle is the highest rank awarded by the Boy Scouts of America. Nationwide, over the last decade, about 8 percent of all Boy Scouts earned the Eagle rank. 

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Hillmann Lighting in Ridgewood is Closing

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Ridgewood NJ, according to a post on the Ridgewood Chamber of Commerce Facebook page Hillmann Lighting is closing and having their final clearance sale . Hillmann lighting was founded in Ridgewood in 1910 by Charles A. Burnett. Over the years Hillman has evolved from a well known electrical contracting company to well respected Lighting and Furnishings showroom in the Bergen County and surrounding area.

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Republicans for National Renewal NJ Chapter Announces Inaugural Dinner for June 15th

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Spring Lake NJ,  Republicans for National Renewal announced their inaugural New Jersey event launching the Garden State branch of the organization on June 15th.

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Thousands Converge on Long Branch Creating a Public Safety Emergency after Social media flyer calling for a ‘pop-up party’

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Long Branch NJ, a social media flyer calling for a ‘pop-up party’ on Saturday resulted in thousands of people converging in Long Branch, creating a public safety emergency that resulted in a 9 p.m. curfew imposed by the city, Acting Monmouth County Prosecutor Lori Linskey announced.

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Three North Jersey Car Dealerships Fined Nearly $400,000 over Alleged Consumer Protection Violations

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Fair Lawn  NJ, As supply chain issues continue to affect prices for new and used vehicles, Acting Attorney Matthew J. Platkin and the Division of Consumer Affairs today announced separate settlements totaling nearly $400,000 with three car dealerships for alleged consumer protection violations.

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Woodcliff Lake Saddle River Road Culvert Project Finished

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Woodcliff lake Nj, according to Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco , “All work has been completed and is open to two-way traffic. Big thank you to all the workers and contractors who worked diligently to get this project done over the last two months.”

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HE HAD WAYS OF MAKING YOU PAY

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Saddle River Nj, It was the early 80’s and local NJ con man Thomas Giacomaro was pulling in $300,000 a week selling cocaine. 

If a customer was late paying a drug debt, Giacomaro and his crew had creative ways of making him pay.

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