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Kyle MorelSeveral North Jersey dispensaries are planning celebrations and deals this weekend as the calendar turns to the biggest day of the year for marijuana enthusiasts.Shops throughout the region are advertising promotions to mark 4/20 Saturday, ...

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Several North Jersey dispensaries are planning celebrations and deals this weekend as the calendar turns to the biggest day of the year for marijuana enthusiasts.

Shops throughout the region are advertising promotions to mark 4/20 Saturday, the unofficial holiday of smokers throughout the world. Some are holding events on the day, while others have offered deals leading up to the weekend to give customers more opportunities to save on their purchases.

The day in honor of cannabis consumption is believed to have originated among a group of California high school students in 1971. The students would often meet at 4:20 p.m. at a designated spot on school grounds to smoke, resulting in April 20 as the annual date.

Below is a list of North Jersey businesses marking 4/20 as well as a brief summary of the deals:

Ascend Wellness

The Rochelle Park store, one of three Ascend Wellness locations in New Jersey along with Montclair and Fort Lee, is hosting a special 4/20 celebration at 4:20 p.m. Saturday. The event will feature food, music and a chance to win prizes, while the first 420 customers will get mini doughnuts from the Glazed & Confused food truck.

All Ascend stores are participating in "Cannapalooza" throughout April, with exclusive deals, specials and merchandise available all month long in addition to 4/20 itself.

WHERE: 174 Route 17 north, Rochelle Park

WHEN: Open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday and 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Visit www.letsascend.com/locations/new-jersey/rochelle-park.

Holistic Re-Leaf

The Morris County dispensary that opened last month near the Rockaway Townsquare mall is offering exclusive deals from Friday to Sunday, with more than $6,000 in giveaways on its largest variety of items to date. Customers will receive 25% off the entire menu and a 1-cent pre-roll with every purchase.

WHERE: 321 Mount Hope Ave., Rockaway

WHEN: Open daily from 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Call 973-453-6645 or visit www.holisticreleafnj.com.

Cannabis Clubhouse

Sussex County's first legal dispensary, which opened in January in Sussex Borough, is in the midst of a week-long celebration of 4/20 with various discounts at the store through Sunday. Saturday's deals for customers include 20% off their entire purchase all day along with free sandwiches, drinks and dessert from 3 to 6 p.m.

WHERE: 70-72 East Main St., Sussex

WHEN: Open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday-Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Call 862-351-6021 or visit www.cannabisclubhousenj.com/events.

RISE Dispensaries

The national cannabis company, which has locations in Paterson, Paramus and Bloomfield, is implementing a "420 Buyers Club" this year to commemorate early marijuana advocates who paved the way for the drug's legalization. Customers can join the club to enjoy special deals on vapes, edibles and other RISE products.

The group's name is derived from the San Francisco Buyers Club, the first place to legally sell cannabis in the U.S. opened in 1992.

"Without the original Buyers Club, RISE wouldn't exist," the company said on its website.

WHERE: 196 3rd Ave., Paterson; 145 Route 4, Paramus; 26-48 Bloomfield Ave., Bloomfield

WHEN: Hours vary by location

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Visit www.risecannabis.com/dispensary-locations/new-jersey.

NEWLY RENOVATED SPORTS COURTS OPEN AT SAMUEL NELKIN COUNTY PARK

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:November 1, 2023MEDIA CONTACT:Derek Alan [email protected] – Bergen County Executive James J. Tedesco III, Bergen County Commissioners Steven Tanelli and Mary Amoroso, Bergen County Parks Director James Koth and Deputy Director Ron Subramaniam, joined by East Rutherford Councilmembers George Cronk, Michael Lorusso, Ed Ravettine, and Wallington Councilme...

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November 1, 2023

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Above – Bergen County Executive James J. Tedesco III, Bergen County Commissioners Steven Tanelli and Mary Amoroso, Bergen County Parks Director James Koth and Deputy Director Ron Subramaniam, joined by East Rutherford Councilmembers George Cronk, Michael Lorusso, Ed Ravettine, and Wallington Councilmember Khaldoun Androwis, and County parks sports court design/construction team cut the ribbon in front of Wood Dale County Park’s brand-new tennis courts

(WALLINGTON, NJ) – Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco, the Bergen County Board of Commissioners, and the Bergen County Parks Department announce the renovation completion and grand opening of new sports courts at Samuel Nelkin County Park in Wallington. Over the past two months the County Parks Department worked to resurface two tennis courts and a full-size basketball court, while also adding three pickleball courts to the park. All three recreational amenities feature lights to allow for extended play past dusk.

Samuel Nelkin County Park is now the fourth park in the Bergen County Parks System to feature the rapidly growing sport of pickleball among its amenities after Overpeck, Wood Dale, and Riverside County Parks. The upgrades cost a total of $1.5 million and received funding from the County’s Open Space Trust Fund and the Bergen County Parks Department capital improvement fund.

“The revitalized Samuel Nelkin County Park sports courts are a testament to my administration’s commitment to enhancing recreational opportunities for the enjoyment of Bergen County residents by ensuring they have access to modern, well-maintained facilities that encourage active and healthy lifestyles,” said County Executive Jim Tedesco. “These new facilities, which are coming to parks across the County, are a source of pride for our community, fostering physical fitness and overall well-being.”

“We are committed to ensuring that Bergen County residents have access to open space and opportunities for outdoor recreation, including tennis, basketball courts, and pickleball,” said Bergen County Commissioner and Parks Liaison Steve Tanelli. “We will continue to upgrade our parks facilities in accordance with the 2019 County Parks Master Plan and strive for all our residents to have access to recreation they enjoy.”

The completion of the Samuel Nelkin County Park sport courts is part of a larger initiative to upgrade amenities across the Bergen County Parks System as outlined in County Executive Tedesco’s 2023 State of the County Address and the 2019 County Parks Master Plan. The new courts were designed by Neglia Engineering and constructed by Zenith Construction Services.

Construction is currently underway in the Rochelle Park section of Saddle River County Park to replace all sports courts which will feature basketball, tennis, and pickleball courts. These renovations are expected to be complete by the end of 2023. The County Parks Department will continue its efforts upgrade sports facilities in 2024 with further renovations set to take place at Van Saun County Park, Pascack Brook County Park, and the Dunkerhook and Glen Rock sections of Saddle River County Park.

Samuel Nelkin County Park is named for former Wallington Mayor and NJ Transit President Samuel Nelkin who deeded the 17-acre property to the Bergen County Parks Commission in 1954 to create Wallington County Park. The park was renamed in Nelkin’s honor 25 years later in 1979.

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Rochelle Park dental implant center offers new smiles and top-notch care to New Jersey patients

Dr. Mark Andrawis, a prosthodontist and an accomplished entrepreneur, is hoping to bring new smiles — and new hope — to residents in the Rochelle Park area and surrounding region.Andrawis opened his third New Jersey-based dental implant center this week, just about a block away from Garden State Plaza Mall. He also owns several centers in New York, and, as an independent owner, he is hoping the work he is doing will give his patients something to smile about.There are 120 million Americans who are missing one or mor...

Dr. Mark Andrawis, a prosthodontist and an accomplished entrepreneur, is hoping to bring new smiles — and new hope — to residents in the Rochelle Park area and surrounding region.

Andrawis opened his third New Jersey-based dental implant center this week, just about a block away from Garden State Plaza Mall. He also owns several centers in New York, and, as an independent owner, he is hoping the work he is doing will give his patients something to smile about.

There are 120 million Americans who are missing one or more teeth, and 36 million have no teeth, according to the American College of Prosthodontists.

Andrawis said that, when he opened up his first location in Roseland in 2017, he wanted to put a dent in that number.

“We’ve done a lot of work that I think has changed a lot of people’s lives in a lot of positive ways,” Andrawis said. “The absence of one or more teeth can not only lead to bone loss and other significant health issues, but a lot of these patients are struggling quite a bit with self-esteem and struggling with just being able to interact comfortably in their communities, with their families and at their jobs,” he said.

Andrawis also opened a Woodbridge facility in 2021, and he owns four centers in New York: Long Island City, Garden City, Albany and Buffalo.

While the Rochelle Park location is Andrawis’ third in the Garden State, it is the 100th ClearChoice Dental Implant Center, the national network that specializes in advanced oral disease and full mouth restorations.

“With the opening of this center, we will bring new smiles and renewed confidence to north New Jersey residents while also contributing to better oral health and quality of life for the community.”

At the center located at 201 W. Passaic St., Andrawis works with Drs. Stephen Cox, lead prosthodontist, Sebastian Mendoza, oral & maxillofacial surgeon, plus dental assistants, lab technicians and office staff.

The new facility is situated on the second floor of a four-story office building that has had the 8,000 square foot space completely renovated to accommodate the many new state-of-the-art machines and equipment for the practice. It has nine treatment rooms equipped with the latest technologies aimed at enhancing patient experience and treatment outcomes such as:

Andrawis said this technology allows for the creation of a 3D scan of the mouth without taking old-fashioned dental impressions.

“Patients come to us and they get highly specialized care because it’s all specialty and they don’t have to be referred out for anything. We can complete the care from A to Z in one location under the same roof.”

New Jersey teachers charged with possession of child sexual abuse material

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.TENAFLY, N.J. (PIX11) — An investigation revealed that two New Jersey teachers used the internet to view, download, and possess items depicting nude and or sexually explicit prepubescent and pubescent children, according to authorities.They are a father and son pair of teachers at Midland School No. 1, the only public K-8 school in this small district. Both face a charg...

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.

TENAFLY, N.J. (PIX11) — An investigation revealed that two New Jersey teachers used the internet to view, download, and possess items depicting nude and or sexually explicit prepubescent and pubescent children, according to authorities.

They are a father and son pair of teachers at Midland School No. 1, the only public K-8 school in this small district. Both face a charge of second-degree possession of child pornography.

Rochelle Park parents and residents reacted Thursday to the news. “My daughter is 12, my son is 8. I am horrified about it,” said Jane.

Jeffrey Grossman, 65, is a staff teacher. His 24-year-old son Steven Grossman is a substitute teacher.

Bergen County prosecutors say both men, who live not far away in Tenafly, viewed or downloaded more than 1,000 digital files depicting nude and or sexually explicit prepubescent and pubescent children.

Both Grossmans have since been released from custody and granted home confinement until their trial. This was against the wishes of the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office, which was not available to comment on this story.

PIX11 News was able to speak with the elder Grossman’s wife on the phone Thursday.

“It is a very difficult time for our family. Please understand we are trying to manage as best we can. I am happy to say I love my husband, I love my son, and we are going to support one another,” the wife said.

But other residents were still in shock.

“My fiancé is from this area; her whole family is from this area. For them it really hit hard,” said John.

Rochelle Park school officials recently sent a letter to parents, which reads, in part: “The board has immediately suspended both employees and directed them that they are prohibited from coming to the school for any reason and are prohibited from contacting any student or staff.”

Jeffrey Grossman is not just an educator of young children. He is also the president of the borough council in Tenafly.

“I was shocked to learn of the arrest of our borough council president,” Tenafly Mayor Mark Zinna said. “I think it is in the best interest of the borough that Mr. Grossman step down in order for the people’s business to continue uninterrupted, and without distraction.”

PIX11 News was able to get some more specific information from prosecutors about what their search warrant turned up on the elder Grossman’s devices. Prosecutors said they found more than 17,000 photos and videos of child pornography on his devices.

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