Seventh Annual Tour de Fort Lee in Photos
Several hundred riders, spectators and volunteers turned up for the Seventh Annual Tour de Fort Lee last Sunday to benefit the Fort Lee Education Foundation (FLEF).
More than 50 people, including colleagues, friends and family, attended the Maria Pulice Memorial Service Tuesday at Fort Lee School No. 1 in what turned out to be a moving tribute to longtime educator and union leader.
Mobile Catastrophe Center Visits Fort Lee Fire Department
Farmers Insurance rolled its Mobile Catastrophe Claims (MCC) bus into the parking lot of Fire Company No. 3 in Fort Lee Thursday morning as part of its eight-city tour of the east coast.
Occupy Bergen County Targets Fort Lee Bank
Occupy Bergen County protested late last week in front of J.P. Morgan Chase Bank in Fort Lee at the corner of Schlosser Street and Lemoine Avenue.
‘Party Like An Ironman’ Supports Ending Alzheimer’s
A Fort Lee athlete who competed in the Ironman U.S. Championship in August hosted a post-triathlon party Friday evening called “Party Like An Ironman,” a celebration benefitting Athletes to End Alzheimer’s, a chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association and his sponsor for the race, as well as programming for seniors at the Richard A. Nest Senior Citizens Center in Fort Lee.
Fort Lee Restaurant to Sponsor ‘Dining for Johnny’
Franco’s Metro will donate 15 percent of the check for three days in early November to the family of a 16-year-old Fort Lee boy recovering from a heart transplant.
New Fort Lee Junior Basketball League Director Prepares For Season
After the recreation league’s longtime league leader stepped down, new director Curtis Adams says there won’t be a lot of changes in the short term. He also says he needs as many parents to help out as possible.
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