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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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NJ TRANSIT is your resource for filming and photography!

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Ridgewood NJ, From Historic Hoboken Terminal, to Secaucus Junction, Madison, Red Bank, Ridgewood Train station and hundreds of other stations across the state, NJ TRANSIT offers film and television companies a variety of both historic and contemporary settings. Below is just a sampling.

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Americans Headed Back to Sporting Events and Restaurants But Still Not the Office

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Ridgewood NJ, Kastle, the company that makes the fobs that allow people to unlock office buildings and individual offices has published some fascinating research comparing visits to the office versus visits to other mostly recreational activities, like flying on planes or attending a sporting event.  The results show mostly full recoveries of everything except visits to the office.

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Neighbors Forced to Clean Up Village of Ridgewood Property

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Ridgewood NJ,  looks like someone failed to clean up .a small swatch a land near the Ridgewood Train Station in the Central Business District . After the Village failed to respond to numerous complaints from neighbors a near by building super took it on himself to clean up Village property  removing brush and fixing the lawn .

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NJ Transit: Masks No Longer Required

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Ridgewood NJ, The federal TSA announced that it will no longer enforce a mask mandate in public transportation settings. Masks will no longer be required on NJ TRANSIT and by South Jersey Transportation Authority. Individuals may wear a mask based on personal preference, informed by personal level of risk.

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NJ TRANSIT POLICE Introduces the newest NJTPD K9s!

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Ridgewood NJ, NJ TRANSIT POLICE Introduces the newest NJTPD K9s! These excited dogs have begun extensive training and will be protecting you soon.

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Did Governor Nominates More “Yes Men” to the NJ TRANSIT Board of Directors

 

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Ridgewood NJ, Governor Phil Murphy today announced his intention to nominate Carlos A. Medina, Esq, Kiabi Carson, and Evan Weiss to the NJ TRANSIT Board of Directors. The Governor will also directly appoint Rashonda Brown and Karen Thomas to serve on the board. As the Murphy Administration continues to improve and invest in NJ TRANSIT, the new members will bring “fresh and diverse” perspectives to the Board.

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On this St Patrick’s Day Will We Finally Have the Strength to Cast the Snakes from Ridgewood ?

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Ridgewood NJ, Today marks Saint Patrick’s Day, or the Feast of Saint Patrick, a cultural and religious holiday celebrated every year on 17th March in Ireland and by Irish communities around the world. The celebration marks the anniversary of Saint Patrick’s death in the fifth century and represents the arrival of Christianity in the country. The Irish have observed this day as a holiday for over 1,000 years, and while the festival began as a religious feast day for the patron saint of Ireland, today it has become an international celebration of Irish culture.

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New Jersey Transit Police : Increased Police Presence Keeping Your St. Patrick’s Day Travel Safe

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Ridgewood NJ, you may notice an increased presence of New Jersey Transit Police Officers surrounding your St. Patrick’s Day travel. ⁣ If you are going to the NYC St. Patrick’s Day Parade or traveling on 3/17/22, please allow for extra travel time and know before you go.⁣

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“Save Ridgewood Outdoor Dining ” petition has been making the rounds on various Facebook groups

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Ridgewood NJ, the “Save Ridgewood Outdoor Dining ” petition has been making the rounds on various Facebook groups . As of this writing the petition had 2023 signers who wish to preserve the outdoor dining corrals.

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No Fare Increase For NJ Transit

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Ridgewood NJ, Governor Phil Murphy, Lieutenant Governor Sheila Oliver, NJDOT Commissioner and NJ TRANSIT Board Chair Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti and NJ TRANSIT President & CEO Kevin S. Corbett  announced on Monday ,February 28th the fifth consecutive year of no fare increases for NJ TRANSIT and that Wi-Fi will be installed on all NJ TRANSIT buses .

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NJ TRANSIT ADDING ADDITIONAL MULTILEVEL RAIL CARS

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Ridgewood NJ, the NJ TRANSIT Board of Directors today approved the purchase of 25 additional Multilevel III rail cars. The purchase exercises options on the original December 2018 contract with Alstom for the purchase of 113 new Multilevel III rail cars.  The additional 25 cars in this action are funded as part of the Portal North Bridge project which will increase peak-hour peak-direction customer capacity.

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The NOMA is Now Leasing in Ridgewood

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Ridgewood NJ, developer Onyx Equities‘ new-construction apartment complex in Ridgewood, the NOMA, has started leasing just two weeks ago and has already hit the 40% mark.

With the onsite leasing office now officially open to the public and accepting appointments, the NOMA with just  39 luxury residences complemented by a collection of lifestyle amenities has quickly become one of Bergen County’s most in-demand addresses.

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“Buy 3 Months, Get 1 Month Free” NJ Transit Promotion Welcomes Students Back to Colleges and Universities for Spring Semester

NJ TRANSIT CONTINUES POPULAR STUDENT DISCOUNT PROGRAM

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Ridgewood NJ, Students heading back to class for the spring semester on NJ TRANSIT’s bus, rail or light rail systems can save some money thanks to the “Buy 3 Months, Get 1 Month Free” Student Pass promotion. This cost-saving program was popular with college students traveling back to campuses for the fall semester. The Student Pass, in partnership with participating regional colleges and universities, offers full-time students a 25-percent discount off an already discounted monthly rail, bus or light rail pass, when they buy it via the NJ TRANSIT mobile app for commuting to and from a qualifying school.

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