Post Eagle Newspaper

Friday

May 24, 2024

45°F, few clouds
New Jersey

Time Now

12:00:00

Compost Bin & Rain Barrel Sale This Sunday

NEW JERSEY – On Sunday, May 19, 2024 the Passaic County Office of Solid Waste & Recycling Programs will be sponsoring its Spring Compost Bin and Rain Barrel Sale open to all (no county residency required) at the Ringwood Park & Ride located at 30 Cannici Drive (Ringwood) from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm, rain or shine. Composting is nature’s …

Continue Reading

Apt. for Rent

Roselle Park, NJ Lovely apartment, offers large living room and large bedroom, kitchen with dining area and bath.  One Assigned parking space, heat, hot water and cooking gas included.   Near all transportation, within walking distance to the train station and next to the bus stop (also NY bound) Only  $1600/month! Call 732-762-6555

Continue Reading

Social Security Trust Funds Extended To 2035

The Social Security Board of Trustees recently released its annual report on the financial status of the health of the Social Security Trust Funds. The combined asset reserves of the Old-Age and Survivors Insurance and Disability Insurance (OASI and DI) Trust Funds are projected to have enough dedicated revenue to pay all scheduled benefits and associated administrative costs until 2035, …

Continue Reading

Explore Your Heritage – Journey to Poland

We are thrilled to introduce an incredible opportunity offered for the first time by Heritage Polonia. It’s a 10-day immersive experience into Poland designed for young Americans of Polish origin or those interested in Poland. The Journey To Poland is slated for July 7-18, 2024 The American Institute of Polish Culture is excited to promote the Heritage Polonia Program bringing the beauty and rich …

Continue Reading

Katyn Forest Massacre Memorial Day Commemorated

By John Czop JERSEY CITY, NJ – KATYN FOREST MASSACRE MEMORIAL DAY was commemorated on Sunday, April 28, 2024 from 3 to 5 pm with approximately 300 in attendance. They squeezed into a tight space between the recently erected and unnecessary five foot wall in front of the Katyn Memorial and the base of sculptor Andrzej Pitynski’s massive bronze statue …

Continue Reading

Catch “Gun & Powder” Before It Closes On May 5th

by James & Talia Dombrowski Once again the best Off Broadway Playhouse in America, the Tony Award Winning Best Regional Theatre in American – The Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, NJ – has brought to the stage a production hoping to go from the Paper Mill to Broadway. “Gun & Powder: The Legend of the Sisters Clarke” was written by …

Continue Reading

Food Technologist

Manufacturer of food flavors and fragrances seeks a Food Technologist whose responsibilities will include maintaining quality control and safety standards for product development and production. The primary duties include completing assigned products by applying and optimizing flavors in appropriate food related prototypes sweet, baking and beverages. Develop prototypes utilizing company established flavors. Apply food science skills by interfacing with the …

Continue Reading

Katyn Forest Massacre Commemoration In Jersey City, NJ

By John Czop JERSEY CITY, NJ – On Sunday afternoon, April 7th, 2024, The Katyn Forrest Massacre Memorial Committee, Inc. held a commemoration of the murder, on Stalin’s orders, of approximately 22,000 Polish Army prisoners of war in Katyn Forest and other killing fields in the Western Soviet Union.  This communist crime without punishment was perpetrated in April 1940, when …

Continue Reading

Clifton Arts Center Presents Gifts From The Sea

CLIFTON, NJ – Show your Mom or favorite loved one your appreciation with a handmade gift to celebrate Mother’s Day. Employ your creative skills in this 3D workshop. Various natural and manufactured materials will be used to design a unique receptable for small jewelry pieces. For Grades 5 through Grades 9. The workshop will be held on Saturday, May 4th …

Continue Reading

Clifton Recognizes Child Focus With Proclamation

Introducing Child Focus: CASA of Passaic and Union Counties Announces New Era of Supporting Children and Families Nonprofit Unveils Bold Rebranding During Child Abuse Prevention Month NEW JERSEY – Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Passaic and Union Counties announced a new era, and a new identity “Child Focus,” to better reflect the nonprofit’s mission to prioritize the safety and …

Continue Reading