Food & Drink

Residents and Officials Come Out for Grand Opening of Dunkin Donuts in Roselle

May 18, 2014 at 4:44 PM

ROSELLE, NJ - The Roselle community came out in full force on Saturday morning to officially welcome and participate in the Grand Opening of the new Dunkin Donuts in the downtown Chestnut Street location of Roselle.  

Mayor Jamel C. Holley, Roselle Council members Christine Dansereau, Yves Aubourg, and Roy Locke, along with Union County Freeholder Sergio Granados, Roselle School Board President Bishop Reginald Atkins and his wife Cynthia Atkins, Dunkin Donuts Corporate Representatives Daniel Murphy and Tony Fulinello, members of the Roselle Police and Fire Departments, business owners and many residents of the borough participated in the ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the official opening.

A heartfelt speech by given by Nikita Arora, sister to Owner Vivak (Vik) Arora, while he and his parents, Veena and Sam watched on:

Sign Up for E-News

“First off, I'd like to thank everyone for coming out today. My family has worked very had to make this day wonderful and I'm glad that you all came to see it. My family has worked very hard since day one. I never thought from buying our first Dunkin Donuts we'd end up with four and continue to expand. I am so proud of everything they've done for my brother and I and we couldn't be any happier. My parents have had a long way running these Dunkin Donuts and now it's my brothers turn. Make them proud Vivak!.Once again thank you all for coming.”

Everyone joined in the celebration as the official ribbon was cut. The Arora family currently has another location in Roselle on the corner of Wood Avenue and Raritan Road.

TAP Into Another Town's News:

TAP Into Another Town's News:

Sign Up for E-News

Roselle/Roselle Park

Upcoming Events

Sat, January 21, 2:00 PM

Cranford Community Center, Cranford

Play Reading by The Theater Project

Arts & Entertainment

Carousel_image_8c738b6a534eaf120c2e_2017_flyer

Sat, January 21, 6:30 PM

Church of the Assumption, Roselle Park

Best Pizza Around Tasting & Competition

Food & Drink

Mon, January 23, 3:00 PM

Elizabeth Public Library, Elizabeth

Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) Assistance

Health & Wellness

Roselle Releases Garbage and Recycling Schedule for 2017

January 17, 2017

ROSELLE, NJ - The officials from the Roselle Department of Public Works (DPW), released the Garbage and Recycling schedule for 2017. 

The schedule shows no bulk pick up for the entire month of January. Bulk trash for the East Side will be the first Wednesday of the month and West Side will be the third Wednesday of the month.

The garbage pick up days will remain the same. For more ...

TAPinto Launches Free TAPinto App for iPhone and Android: Download it Today

ROSELLE/ROSELLE PARK, NJ - TAPinto.net launched a free TAPinto App today for iPhone and Android, enabling readers to obtain their local news and events in a fast, easy-to-use application.  With this launch, TAPinto becomes one of the only local news publications in the country to have its own App.

The TAPinto App not only features news and events, but also enables readers to receive ...

Trash and Recycling Schedule to Remain the Same

ROSELLE, NJ - Residents are to continue to follow the same trash and recycling schedule as normal until the new notice is distributed. The  Department of Public Works (DPW) staff are working to finalize the 2017 Trash and Recycling Schedule.

Currently, Borough Administration states that with the exception of Holidays, all trash and recycling dates will remain the same. There will be no ...

Winter Weather Advisory Issued for Roselle and Roselle Park

ROSELLE/ROSELLE PARK, NJ - A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for Roselle and Roselle Park until 10 p.m. Saturday evening by the National Weather Service. 3” to 5” is expected. 

Roselle:  Plows are out in full force and residents should park in driveways if possible to allow for plows to properly clean the streets. 

Roselle Park:  Residents and guests ...

Make the Road NJ Holds Union County Vigil for Unity and Justice

January 15, 2017

ELIZABETH, NJ – Dozens of Latinos, immigrants, and Muslim leaders gathered tonight, Jan.12, in front of the Snyder Academy on Broad Street, at a rally and march down Elizabeth Avenue, organized by Make the Road New Jersey.    

“With the Inauguration a week away, we are coming together to stand up against the next presidential administration’s policies of hate, ...

Scotch Plains JCC Deemed Safe After Bomb Threat

January 18, 2017

SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ — The Jewish Community Center of Central New Jersey was closed for a short time after preschool began there Wednesday morning due to a bomb threat. A bomb squad swept the building for explosives and no bomb was found, according to Lt. Jeff Briel of the Scotch Plains Police Department.

“This is another in a series of bomb threats to JCCs up and down the ...

Thank You Westfield!

January 16, 2017

Almost five years ago Imagine, A Center for Coping with Loss, opened its doors in Westfield, thanks to the vision and generosity of Dr. Gerald Glasser and the leadership of Keith Hertell, our first board chair, and all the other founding board members.  We opened our doors on the  third floor of the First United Methodist Church and started our program.

Since then we have served over ...

Greater Westfield Area Chamber of Commerce to Present Trinitas Health and Wellness Expo Feb. 26

January 19, 2017

The Greater Westfield Area Chamber of Commerce (GWACC) will present the Trinitas Regional Medical Center Health and Wellness Expo on Sunday, Feb. 26, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Snuffy’s Pantagis, 250 Park Avenue in Scotch Plains.  The expo is free to all attendees.

“With the limitless choices of health and wellness practitioners, we thought the public would ...

Mayor Dansereau: Conversations with the Community

ROSELLE, NJ - Mayor Christine Dansereau gives an update on the monthly “Conversations with the Community” meetings and other town updates. Conversations with the Community is a citizen driven dialog of viewpoints and fresh ideas, along with getting answers to questions about the town. 

Meetings take place on the first Tuesday of every month in the Baker ...