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Local Not-for-Profit for Disabled People Receives Grant from Bank

A local not-for-profit that provides training and employment opportunities for people with disabilities has announced the receipt of a large grant from a bank’s foundation. Yesterday, Hudson Community Enterprises announced that it was awarded $100,000 from The Provident Bank Foundation to support their new Center for Employment and Inclusion for the Deaf and Hard of […]

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Bergen-Lafayette Twins Create Award-Winning Fashion Brand 

Working from their home office in Jersey City’s Bergen-Lafayette neighborhood, twin sisters Yvette and Eva Estime have created an award-winning brand of women’s fashion accessories called “Dirty Celebrity” notable for sustainability.  According to Urban Dictionary, “Dirty Celebrity” is a “style of fashion worn by modelxcore girls” and consists of “designer clothes mixed with grunge or […]

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Governor’s Liquor License Plan Lacks Legislative Support, Top Dem Says

Republished courtesy of New Jersey Monitor A leading Senate Democrat said Gov. Phil Murphy’s push to expand the availability of liquor licenses for restaurants and bars has won little support from lawmakers, threatening to doom the administration’s efforts to retool the state’s Prohibition-era liquor laws. “I think the governor’s proposal to expand liquor licenses does […]