Thursday, May 9, 2013
Hospital scored as having higher number of patients develop blood clots than average scored facility, but fewer falls and traumas.
When ranked along with more than 2,000 general hospitals in the country, Morristown Medical Center received a "C" grade on a newly released report card from Hospital Safety Score. Data shows the hospital was scored as having a higher number of patients who develop blood clots than in the average scored hospital. However, Morristown Medical Center reported fewer falls and traumas than the average hospital and fewer accidental cuts or tears from medical treatment. The hospital scored higher than the average hospital for its leadership structures and systems, identifications and mitigation of risks and hazards, nurse workforce and more. "Atlantic Health System, parent organization of Morristown Medical Center, is committed to providing the …
Saturday, May 4, 2013
Eleven homes came off the market in Wayne this week.
Address List Price Style Total Rooms Bedrooms Bathrooms Sell Price 82 North Road $159,000 Ranch 7 3 1 $150,000 20 Black Briar Lane $319,900 Townhouse 5 2 2 $310,000 93 Linden Road $374,900 Split Level 6 3 2 $355,000 11 Prince Court $379,000 Bi-Level 10 5 2 $375,000 66 Rock Road $379,900 Townhouse 8 3 2 $379,900 48 Old Homestead Road $399,000 Bi-Level 7 3 1 $392,000 23 Timothy Road $499,900 Expanded Ranch 8 3 3 $460,000 4 Adams Road $509,000 Colonial 10 4 2 $490,000 19 Alpine Drive $535,000 Ranch 7 3 3 $535,000 5 Foxboro Road $675,000 Colonial 10 5 3 $550,000 10 Doig Road $799,000 Colonial 10 5 2 $710,000
These cars will help you carry items for your next project.
The weather is finally getting warmer, the sun is shining, spring is here—and that means it's time for spring projects. But as you're heading to Home Depot, Cerbo's Parsippany Greenhouses and Garden Center or Cerbo Hardware and Lumber, you're going to need a vehicle with room to carry all those materials home with you. So instead of assuming you're OK with carrying those wood planks on your lap, we've got five vehicles with plenty of room to carry those project materials for your next great work on the house. Listings and photos from Cars.com and AOL Autos. 1. 2013 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 LT — New — $53,315 From Cars.com: This diesel-powered cab car pickup may weigh 9,500 pounds on its own, but it also has an overall length of 225 inches…
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Cablevision sells 41 venues to Ridgefield, Conn. chain.
Bow Tie Cinemas of Ridgefield, Conn. announced it has purchased 41 Clearview Cinema theaters from Cablevision, a published report said Monday. With the acquisition, which will make Bow Tie the nation’s number 8 exhibition company, Bow Tie vows to pay for “key upgrades that are designed to enhance the movie-going experience,” including digital and 3D projection, according to a report on the website Deadline.com. Clearview currently has 26 theaters in New Jersey, the report said. Cablevision bought the venues in 1998 and put the chain up for sale last year. The companies didn’t disclose the sale price, the report said. For a full list of Clearview properties, click here.
Sunday, April 28, 2013
Debbie Gibson, Jerry Lawler, Patty Duke among stars at annual Chiller Theater event.
The Sheraton Hotel in Parsippany played host to all sorts of creatures, musicians and celebrities in the annual Chiller Theater event this weekend. A constant flow of attendees from all over the area came to meet, be photographed with and get autographs from stars of television, movies and video. Also on hand were numerous vendors selling everything from T-shirts to voodoo dolls to jewelry. Some guests also dressed in costumes to share in the experience.
Eleven Wayne homes, including a few Colonials, came off the market this week.
A few Colonials were just some of homes that came off the market this week in Wayne.
Friday, April 26, 2013
Restaurant features a variety of chicken wings.
Wing Zone will host its grand opening Saturday, April 27 at 11 a.m. The restaurant is located at 61 Berdan Ave. in the same building as the Subway restaurant across from the Wayne Hills Mall. It features a variety of chicken wings with, both with and without the bones, and a variety of sauces. There will be a magician, a chicken wing eating contest, and giveaways. Owner Prabhu Ranjaraju is also the owner of the Subway restaurant. “There’s a lot of potential here,” he said. “Wayne has William Paterson University, a lot of foot traffic, and there are a lot of main roads and highways that a lot of people who don’t live in Wayne use to travel.” Ranjaraju said a number of his Subway clientele are repeat customers. He said he hopes he can …
Some folks prefer cars from outside the U.S.
"It isn't unpatriotic to want a foreign car," said our friend David. "It's an affirmation of competition, the basis of the free enterprise system." That's David's story and he's sticking to it. And from a purely economic point of view, he is correct. Capitalism doesn't take geography into consideration; it's all about what the buyer prioritizes as most important. The best product, in his or her opinion, gets the sale. Nothing wrong with that if one isn't particularly jingoistic. And David is far from alone. While many drivers in this country are all about buying "American" as a show of patriotic pride, an act of loyalty to the construct or out of a belief that U.S.-made cars are the best available, a lot of others prefer cars from …
Thursday, April 25, 2013
Title Boxing Club offers people an intense, but fun, way to burn calories.
A new boxing club in Wayne allows people to channel their inner Rocky Balboa to get in shape. Title Boxing Club gives customers the chance to try boxing as a way of shedding extra pounds. The club recently opened and will have its grand opening May 11. “It’s such an effective workout. You’re getting your heart rate up. You’re toning your body,” said Jose Montalvo, the club’s owner. “You can burn hundreds of calories in a workout. People try it and they love it. It’s really addicting.” With mixed martial arts and Ultimate Fighting on the rise, more and more people are turning to boxing and kickboxing as a way of getting in shape, Montalvo said. Title Boxing isn’t in the business of developing the next MMA champion. They don’t teach people …
Saturday, April 20, 2013
Ten homes were sold in Wayne last week.
Ten homes, including a few townhouses, were sold in Wayne this past week.