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Game table at Hyacinth's 2013 Casino Night. Photo courtesy of Lola Akinola.

Largest NJ AIDS Foundation Raises Money to Provide Free Services

3-20-14
The first and largest AIDS foundation in New Jersey, Hyacinth AIDS Foundation, will be holding a Casino Night March 22 in New Brunswick to raise money to keep their services free of charge to the community.
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Old Bridge Glass Slipper Project Helps Students Afford Prom

3-13-14
The Old Bridge Glass Slipper Project accepts donations of prom related items, for students who cannot afford all the expenses so they can attend the prom.
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Wantage Resident Named Top NJ HS Youth Volunteer for Anti-Bullying Program

3-10-14
Wantage resident Ashley Craig was chosen as the top high school youth volunteer in New Jersey for the 2014 Prudential Spirit of Community Awards for creating a program called Students Against Being Bullied (SABB).

Mack-Cali co-founder, John Cali, dies at 95

2-4-14
EDISON, N.J. (AP) — The co-founder of one of the nation's largest real estate investment trusts has died. He was 95. Edison-based Mack-Cali Realty Co. announced Tuesday that John Cali died on Saturday. A cause of death was not disclosed. Cali ...
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Christmas Arrives Early For Kids In Newark

12-11-13
New York Giants Punter Steve Weatherford and Newark Mayor Luis Quintana delivered Christmas gifts to children in Newark.
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Medal of Honor Recipient Laid to Rest in Paramus

10-10-13
Bayonne native Master Sergeant Nicholas Oresko, who received the Medal of Honor for his bravery during the Battle of the Bulge, was remembered at a funeral in Paramus.
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Chairman of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Talks About Commuinty’s Growth

10-7-13
Chairman of the New Jersey Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Carlos Medina talks about how the Hispanic community is active in the state of New Jersey.
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Ringwood Rich with Revolutionary War History

7-4-13
Surveyor Robert Erskine was instrumental in the American Revolution, providing necessary maps to General George Washington's army.
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Columnist Remembers Gandolfini As a Guy Happy With His ‘Jerseyness’

6-20-13
The Star-Ledger columnist Mark Di Ionno recounts his friendship with Sopranos star James Gandolfini who passed away Wednesday night.
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James Gandolfini Was a Jersey Guy Who Helped Change Television

6-20-13
"Sopranos" star James Gandolfini grew up in Park Ridge, attended Rutgers and gained national attention as Tony Soprano. He died at age 51.