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By DARLENE TEDESCO-CULLENJuly 15, 2018
SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – The South Plainfield Police Department and Middlesex County Prosecutors Office are looking for the public’s help in the July 4, 2018 fatal motorcycle accident that killed 28 year-old Jessica Montes of Piscataway.
According to police, the accident occurred at approximately 4:50am as the vehicle Montes was a passenger lost control and crashed on New Brunswick ...
By CITY OF PLAINFIELDJuly 15, 2018
"Primero, vinieron por los comunistas, y yo no hable- por que no era comunista.
Después, vinieron por los sindicalistas, y yo no hable- por que no era sindicalista.
Después, vinieron por los judíos, y yo no hable- por que no era judío.
Después, vinieron por mí- y no hubo nadie para hablar por mí."
Este dicho por el ...
By TAPINTO HORSES STAFFJuly 15, 2018
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — David Miller flashed a wide smile as he guided Courtly Choice to the winner’s circle after winning the $701,830 Crawford Farms Meadowlands Pace.
The monkey was off the Hall of Famer’s back. After 19 failed efforts, Miller finally owned a victory in the Meadowlands Racetrack’s signature event for 3-year-olds.
Courtly Choice rallied to win the ...
By TAPINTO PLAINFIELD STAFFJuly 15, 2018
Here is what’s on Tap in the Queen City this week:
Summer Reading Registration at the Library continues.
Free Summer Food while school is out is available for children 18 and younger from June 25 to August 17 at the following locations:
Hannah Atkins Playground
Snack at 3 pm and Dinner at 6 pm
Summer Camp continues at ...
By BERNICE PAGLIAJuly 15, 2018
PLAINFIELD, NJ - Plainfield Mayor Adrian O. Mapp’s proposal on July 9 to abolish the title of Fire Chief echoed a move about a decade ago to abolish the title of Police Chief.
It was in June 2007 that Police Chief Edward Santiago saw the plan on then-Public Safety Director Martin Hellwig’s Power Point presentation, with no prior warning that his job was on the line.
By LILLIAN SHUPEJuly 14, 2018
BEDMINSTER TWP., N.J. — The backdrop of historic Hamilton Farm was appropriate for a horse show that was reminiscent of a time long ago.
All the classes in the show on July 14 were ridden in side saddles. The show followed three days of Camp Leaping Horn where riders learned from top clinicians from around the world. The classes included modern as well as historic attired for ladies. On ...
By TAPINTO PLAINFIELD STAFFJuly 14, 2018
In case you missed any of our stories, here is the Week in Review. Click on the links for the entire story.
City Council passes resolution honoring Donald Van Blake
Featured Business: Studio 15 Young Plainfield Entrepreneurs
West Orange named New Jersey nicest town
Union County's Free Summer Arts Festival Continues
Award Winning Senior Art exhibited at ...