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The Bolger Foundation Presents $100,000 to Christian Health Care Center

The Bolger Foundation Presents $100,000 to Christian Health Care Center »

The Bolger Foundation felt so impressed with Christian Health Care Center’s employee dedication to its patients that it extended a challenge grant offering to match up to $100,000 of monies raised by the Center’s first-ever...

Jul 17 2014 /Read More »
Meet The Marathon author Kerry Sheeran

Meet The Marathon author Kerry Sheeran »

The Wyckoff Free Public Library presents The Marathon by Kerry Sheeran, a special reading/ book signing event, Tuesday, June 24, 7 pm in the Shotmeyer Room. The Marathon is the true, emotional journey of a...

May 31 2014 /Read More »
Acrylic Paints Sought for Resident Art Appreciation Program

Acrylic Paints Sought for Resident Art Appreciation Program »

The Longview Assisted Living Residence at the non-profit Christian Health Care Center in Wyckoff is seeking donations of acrylic paints for its Art Appreciation Program. The residents take great pride and enjoyment in their artwork. ...

May 21 2014 /Read More »
Drug Awareness Program - May 7th

Drug Awareness Program - May 7th »

Drug Awareness Program Ramapo High School Wednesday May 7, 2014, 7:00pm In November 2013, the Police Chiefs of Franklin Lakes, Oakland and Wyckoff collectively put together a drug awareness program directed at parents that was held at Indian...

Apr 22 2014 /Read More »
Wyckoff’s Kara Pepper finalist in Social Venture Competition

Wyckoff’s Kara Pepper finalist in Social Venture Competition »

WYCKOFF COLLEGE STUDENT NAMED FINALIST IN SOCIAL VENURE CHALLENGE WENHAM, MASS. (April 15, 2014) – Gordon College has announced the finalists in their first Social Venture Challenge, a venture pitch competition designed to inspire students to...

Apr 16 2014 /Read More »
Ramapo Alum vying for spot on The Reel Deal

Ramapo Alum vying for spot on The Reel Deal »

Sarah Louise Lilley competes for Finalist Spot in Cutting Edge New Reality Show The Reel Deal! Actress Sarah Louise Lilley is one of 120 hopefuls vying for 21 finalist spots in the cutting edge new reality...

Apr 14 2014 /Read More »

Local Events

Go to The Barclay’s for Julia’s Butterfly Foundation »

Go to The Barclay’s for Julia’s Butterfly Foundation

Area golf fans can swing into action for Julia’s Butterfly Foundation, Inc. by supporting the upcoming PGA TOUR event, The BARCLAYS to be held...

Jul 24 2014 / Read More »

On the Job - July 25, 2014 »

On the Job - July 25, 2014

On July 20 at 8:23am, Ptl. Mark Tagliareni observed a man walking the railroad tracks near Franklin Avenue. The subsequent investigation determined that the...

Jul 24 2014 / Read More »

Robbery Arrests »

Robbery Arrests

A July 19 shoplifting at a supermarket that turned into a violent physical confrontation lead to the arrest of a Kearny couple on robbery...

Jul 22 2014 / Read More »

On the Job - July 17, 2014 »

On the Job - July 17, 2014

On July 12 at 2:52am, Ptl. James Bakelaar clocked a vehicle for speeding 74 MPH on Route 208. The driver exited the highway at...

Jul 17 2014 / Read More »

On the Job - July 3, 2014 »

On the Job - July 3, 2014

On June 19 at 1:29pm, Ptl. William Plisich clocked a vehicle traveling at 55 MPH on Franklin Avenue. A brief motor vehicle pursuit took...

Jul 3 2014 / Read More »

Announcements

Faith & Grief Luncheon »

Faith & Grief Luncheon

Christian Health Care Center (CHCC) in Wyckoff and Valley Hospice are hosting a Faith & Grief Luncheon from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, August 20, in the CHCC Auditorium, 700 Mountain Ave., Wyckoff. Open to all faiths, these luncheons are offered the third Wednesday of every...

Jul 17 2014 / Read More »

WYCKOFF LIBRARY TEEN SHORT SHORT STORY CONTEST »

WYCKOFF LIBRARY TEEN SHORT SHORT STORY CONTEST

WYCKOFF LIBRARY TEEN SHORT SHORT STORY CONTEST The contest is open to Wyckoff teens from 12 – 18 years of age. The manuscript must contain 1500 words or fewer, title not included, and larger stories will be disqualified. Only one submission per writer, and each manuscript must...

Jul 1 2014 / Read More »

Well Read Books to hold Second “Book Tasting” »

Well Read Books to hold Second “Book Tasting”

Well Read Books to hold Second “Book Tasting” Well Read Books, Hawthorne’s only bookstore, will be holding a second “Book Tasting” event on Thursday, June. 19 from 7 – 9 p.m. The event, which allows customers like local Wycoff resident Debi Reeder, to pair “the perfect book...

Jun 9 2014 / Read More »

Eat at Blue Moon to support Julia’s Butterfly Foundation »

Eat at Blue Moon to support Julia’s Butterfly Foundation

Eat at Blue Moon Mexican Cafe to support Julia's Butterfly Foundation on June 9th......

Jun 4 2014 / Read More »

Odds & Ends

Smaxe Sdrawkcab Ssa »

Smaxe Sdrawkcab SsaThe NJ ASK exams being administered to local students in grades K-8 are a waste of time, a waste of money, and destructive….I’ll add in...

May 4 2012 / No comment / Read More »

Letter to The Editor - Corn Pone Opinions at St. Nicholas »

Letter to The Editor - Corn Pone Opinions at St. NicholasCorn Pone Opinions at St. Nicholas It was a slick night at the St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church in Wyckoff December 13th, and I’m not talking...

Dec 14 2010 / No comment / Read More »

Arts / Entertainment

October 2013 Teen Book Reviews

October 2013 Teen Book Reviews

The Program Suzanne Young Teenage suicide has become an international epidemic, ending in the death of one out of every three teens in the United States, and as a result a few larger cities have...

Oct 5, 2013 / More »

Guest Column

Civic Games for Kids

Civic Games for Kids

Started by former Supreme Court Justice Sandra O'Connor, iCivics.org provides grammar and middle school children to have fun playing games, and learn about our rights as citizens - and our responsibilities....

Oct 16, 2012 / More »

Health

Health-Care Reform

Health-Care Reform

Confused by the ongoing health-care reform debate? If so, you're not alone......

Oct 2, 2009 / More »

An Accidental Anthropologist

A Shout Out for the Unemployed

A Shout Out for the Unemployed

Editor’s Note: We would like to thank Veronica for her wonderful columns she brought to the FLOW Community each month for the past 5 years. We wish her all the best in her...

Dec 3, 2013 / More »

Ryan Schwertfeger

Will all of FLOW have a CERT?

Will all of FLOW have a CERT?

Will all of FLOW have a CERT? by Ryan “Robinson” Schwertfeger Recently, several local high school students graduated from a training course which is catching fire across the country. In this program called CERT,...

Jan 28, 2012 / More »

Ted Odenwald

Jackie and Campy: The Untold Story of Their Rocky Relationship and the Breaking of Baseball’s Color Line

Jackie and Campy: The Untold Story of Their Rocky Relationship and the Breaking of Baseball’s Color Line

William C. Kashatus. Jackie and Campy: The Untold Story of Their Rocky Relationship and the Breaking of Baseball’s Color Line. Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press, 2014. As reviewed by Ted Odenwald The names “Jackie”...

Jul 13, 2014 / More »

Guest Column

The Standardized Smell Test

The Standardized Smell Test

New tests, more tests, better tests - but do the standardized tests pass the smell test? Come the 2014-2015 school year, students in Franklin Lakes, Oakland, Wyckoff, and throughout New Jersey will be taking...

Mar 30, 2013 / More »

Children's Book Reviews

October 2012 Children’s Book Reviews

October 2012 Children’s Book Reviews

Children’s book reviews by Pierre Rosen of the Oakland Public Library Babushka Baba Yaga by Patricia Polacco For parents looking for a non-traditional Halloween book with a message of tolerance and a smattering of traditional Russian...

Oct 1, 2012 / More »
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