Pierre, Making Memories With A Little Help From His Friend

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Published: June 19, 2015
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There are certain milestones in a young person’s life and two of them happen almost one after another. There is, of course, graduation from high school, that chapter in your life when your choices become your own and you have a voice in your future. Right before that moment of adulthood, usually a couple of […]

Cayla Solomita Receives Full Four-Year Scholarship To FDU

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Published: May 30, 2015
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A call to the principal’s office is usually never a good thing. In the case of Roselle Park High School Senior Cayla Solomita though, it was a call that changed the course of her life for the better. It was in that office that she received the news that she was awarded a full four-year scholarship to […]

Ryan Urban: Taking Steps In A Personal March

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Published: May 2, 2015
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A preemie. That is the nickname given to a premature baby, itself a term given to a baby before 37 complete weeks of pregnancy. The risks and complications range from being unable to maintain body heat because of low body fat to having trouble breathing to jaundice, low blood sugar, anemia, infection, apnea, brain hemorrhaging […]

Resident To Be Honored At YWCA Women and Industry Awards Dinner

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Published: April 27, 2015
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Roselle Park resident Maureen Rebimbas will be among 37 women to be honored at the 36th Annual Tribute to Women and Industry Awards Dinner, sponsored by YWCA Union County at the Hanover Marriott Hotel on May 6th. Maureen has over 30 years of experience in the industry, predominately in the ShopRite Financial Services Division. She […]

When Athleticism Meets Optimism: Stephanie Giameo

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Published: April 25, 2015
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Anyone who has watched a gymnastics competition before has seen it: the gymnast approaches the floor bearing a sober look of determination. Eyes diverted from the crowd, the music begins, usually a mix of classical crescendos and violins. With careful execution, an assortment of layouts, aerials, and flips ensues, often with some ballet-inspired moves intertwined. […]

Mrs. Karlik: The Heart Of Robert Gordon

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Published: April 22, 2015
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Imagine loving where you work. Few are fortunate enough to say that. Susan Karlik, who works at Robert Gordon Elementary School, can. She loves the school and has put her heart into it ever since she was child. See, Mrs. Karlik not only works in Robert Gordon, she went to school there – starting at Kindergarten. Not […]

Former Roselle Park Mayor Eugene Carmody Passes Away At Age 80

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Published: March 25, 2015
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Eugene Carmody, who was Roselle Park’s Mayor from 1969 till 1978, passed away in Brick Township last night. He was 80 years old. Mr. Carmody started out his public service as a First Ward Councilman before being elected to mayor. Besides being one of four Roselle Park mayors to get married while in office, Mr. […]

Karen Intile To Retire In May

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Published: March 3, 2015
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After 16 years, one month, and two days as the Director of the Casano Community Center, Karen Intile is retiring this year. While at the Casano Center, Ms. Intile was in charge of supervising everything from the food pantry to a range of activities for seniors including exercise programs, nutrition, cards, bingo, luncheons, shopping trips, […]

Parker: An Old Word Gets New Life

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Published: February 15, 2015
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Bob Dela Rosa – the municipality’s Electrical Inspector and former Fire Chief – approached the governing body this February at a Mayor & Council meeting, not as an employee, but as a resident. He brought with him a simple idea that got its start at the first meeting of 2015. “I was at the re-organization meeting and […]

Vinny Pic Keeps Finding Strength In Helping Others

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Published: February 13, 2015
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There are causes that catch our interest enough to volunteer at one time or another. We do it, then we move on. But sometimes it stays with us and we find ourselves becoming more just a one-time thing. For Vinny Picarelli, the Special Olympics Games are something he has found dear to his heart. “I […]

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