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    Belleville  Belleville Public Library, 221 Washington Ave., is holding registration, beginning March 23, for a Teddy Bear Tea Party set for Saturday, May 9, at 2 p.m. The library also hosts…

  • How the feds saw the crime
    How the feds saw the crime

    Here, contained in a March 9 press release, is how the U.S. Attorney’s Office described John Leadbeater’s role in a $13 million mortgage fraud conspiracy that occurred between 2006 and 2008: “Leadbeater…

  • Smile & Implant Center welcomes Dr. Mendia
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    The Smile and Implant Center in Kearny announces that Dr. Jonathan Mendia, dental anesthesiologist, has joined the practice, offering IV sedation and general anesthesia to pediatric, special needs, anxious and dental-phobic patients. Mendia aims to minimize patients’ dental…

  • ‘Heightened’ prep
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    By Ron Leir Observer Correspondent  KEARNY –  It’s only his second time on stage at Kearny High School, but senior Alex Vazquez is rising to the task of tackling…

  • Monitor will stay for now
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    By Ron Leir Observer Correspondent  HARRISON –  The Town of Harrison, which has received special state aid for the past five years – and, with it, the special attention…

  • OK to build but be careful driving
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    By Ron Leir Observer Correspondent KEARNY –  Carlstadt builder Ed Russo can expand his residential project at Bergen and Schuyler Aves. now that the Kearny Planning Board has signed…

  • around town
    around town

    Belleville  Belleville Public Library, 221 Washington Ave., is offering Storytimes for toddlers and preschoolers every Wednesday at 11 a.m., beginning March 11, and has scheduled a St. Patrick’s Day program for Saturday,…

  • N.A. hiring ex-NJMC boss
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    By Ron Leir Observer Correspondent  NORTH ARLINGTON — Robert Ceberio, former New Jersey Meadowlands Commission executive director, is poised to find redevelopment opportunities for his former hometown North Arlington….

  • Teen bound for Far East
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    BELLEVILLE – A Belleville High School freshman will be spending part of the summer in Japan. Andrea Romero is one of 10 American high school students from the around…

  • Learn more about tax appeals
    Learn more about tax appeals

    KEARNY –  With the April 1 deadline looming for filing municipal tax appeals, the Town of Kearny is offering local homeowners a chance to learn more about the process with a…

  • around town
    around town

    Belleville  Belleville Public Library, 221 Washington Ave., holds Storytimes for toddlers and preschoolers every Wednesday at 11 a.m., beginning March 11. There is also a special St. Patrick’s Day program set…

  • Decastro picked
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    By Ron Leir  Observer Correspondent  KEARNY –  It’s all over but the swearing in – which was scheduled to happen at the next meeting of the mayor and Town…

  • Gov.’s veto leaves UEZ up the creek
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    By Ron Leir  Observer Correspondent  KEARNY –  Farewell, Farmers’ Market? No more Doggie Halloween Pawrade? Maybe sooner than you think. Kearny’s Urban Enterprise Zone (UEZ) program, which sponsors those events,…

  • News in brief
    News in brief

    KEARNY –  He is still seeking approvals to expand his residential project at Bergen and Schuyler Aves. in Kearny but in the meantime, the town’s governing body has taken the…

  • Learning good habits for proper nutrition
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    As part of its community wellness efforts, ShopRite of Lyndhurst, an Inserra Supermarkets store, recently hosted two events for North Arlington High School students. During their first visit, in-store registered dietitian Julie Harrington…

  • around town
    around town

    Bloomfield  Bloomfield Public Library’s Book Club, 90 Broad St., has released its program schedule for March: Book Club meets March 2, 6:45 to 7:45 p.m., in the library’s study room…

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