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  1. Clients Remember Paramus Makeup Artist For Her Beauty 'Inside And Out'

    Clients Remember Paramus Makeup Artist For Her Beauty 'Inside And Out'

    To those who knew Evelyn Abanto, there's no wonder why she pursued a career in cosmetics: "She was a beautiful person inside and out," said multiple people expressing condolences.Evelyn died peacefully surrounded by family on July 26, following a battle with stomach cancer. She was 41 years old."She was so kind and praying for my health," said Jennifer Puch. ...

  2. Thousands Pour In For Family Of Bergen County DPW Worker Killed In Tree Removal Accident

    Thousands Pour In For Family Of Bergen County DPW Worker Killed In Tree Removal Accident

    A hard worker, a loving father and a loyal friend. This is how Hackensack's Thomas "Tommy" Epper was remembered.The 48-year-old was killed removing a tree for the Bergen County DPW in Saddle River on July 26, leaving behind his wife, two kids, beloved colleagues and countless friends.More than $2,100 had been raised for him as of Wednesday morning on a GoFundMe -- just as he ...

  3. The World Is Brighter With Passaic County Detective's Apparel Line

    The World Is Brighter With Passaic County Detective's Apparel Line

    Make a shirt, make a difference.That's been the guiding principle for Luis Delossantos, a detective in Passaic County, since last September when he launched his apparel line, "LeoCivvies."Although the U.S. Navy veteran says helping others is one of his inherent traits, the launch of the company allows for greater impact.LeoCivvies -- "law enforcement + civilian" -- ...

  4. Funeral Services Set For Bergen County DPW Worker Who Died In Tree Accident

    Funeral Services Set For Bergen County DPW Worker Who Died In Tree Accident

    Funeral arrangements for Thomas "Tommy" Epper of Hackenasck have been set. The 48-year-old Bergen County DPW worker died on Thursday, July 26 while removing a Saddle River tree.A funeral service will be Aug. 1 at 11:30 a.m., at the Gentile Funeral Home, followed by burial at Hackensack Cemetery."Tommy was a great presence in our parks," his colleagues from the ...

  5. Welcome To The Second Summer Of Hell: North Jersey Bus Routes To Change For 2.5 Years

    Welcome To The Second Summer Of Hell: North Jersey Bus Routes To Change For 2.5 Years

    New Jersey commuters have just less than three weeks before the state's transportation department begins its next construction project -- making your already hellish commute even worse.The fateful day is Aug. 17, which marks the beginning of a two and-a-half year rehabilitation project for Route 495 Bridge over routes 1 and 9 and Paterson Plank Road in North Bergen, Department of ...

  6. Bergen County Supermarket Sells Winning Lottery Ticket

    Bergen County Supermarket Sells Winning Lottery Ticket

    A Bergen County supermarket was one of two locations that sold winning lottery tickets worth $50,000.The New Jersey Lottery tickets -- sold at Food Bazaar in Fairview and P & P Food Mart in Jersey City -- matched four of the five white balls and the Powerball drawn for the Saturday, July 28 drawing.The winning numbers  were: 22, 27, 46, 56 and 65. The Red Power Ball number was 13. ...

  7. Community Rallies For Montvale Landscaper, College Student With Rare Brain Tumor

    Community Rallies For Montvale Landscaper, College Student With Rare Brain Tumor

    Chris DeBlasio of Montvale had been working as a landscaper out of River Edge in between college semesters at NJIT when the unthinkable happened:The 22-year-old began losing his sight and hearing.Rushed to the hospital, DeBlasio, a rising senior, was diagnosed with a build up of the cerebral spinal fluid in the cavities of the brain -- the cause, a tumor.More than $8,200 had been raised ...

  8. 'It's The Pain Inside That's Unbearable': Teaneck Survivor Of Horrific Crash Announces Lawsuit

    'It's The Pain Inside That's Unbearable': Teaneck Survivor Of Horrific Crash Announces Lawsuit

    Mary Ballocanag of Teaneck escaped a horrific accident that killed her husband and four daughters earlier this month with a laundry list of broken bones. The 53-year-old is almost certain those will heal. It's the pain inside, however, that likely won't. Ballocanag emphasized that on Friday, when she announced plans to sue Alvin S. Hubbard Jr., the driver whose truck crashed into her ...

  9. DPW Worker Killed In Saddle River Was Dedicated Hackensack EMT, Colleagues Say

    DPW Worker Killed In Saddle River Was Dedicated Hackensack EMT, Colleagues Say

    He was a brother, a father and a friend to all, a dedicated EMT.That's how the Hackensack Volunteer Ambulance Corps remembers former member Thomas Epper, 48, who was tragically killed Thursday removing a Saddle River tree for the Bergen County DPW.Epper's sister, Terry Epper Muller, is a HVAC trustee, former captain and president."It is with deep regret that I have to announce the ...

  10. Bergen County DPW Worker Killed In Saddle River Tree Removal Operation Identified

    Bergen County DPW Worker Killed In Saddle River Tree Removal Operation Identified

    A Bergen County DPW worker who killed during a tree removal operation in Saddle River Thursday has been identified by county officials.Thomas Epper, 48, was a two-year heavy equipment operator in the Bergen County DPW, County Executive James Tedesco announced. He was transported fatally injured while performing a routine tree-clearing in Saddle River, Tedesco said."The Bergen ...

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