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The Passaic County One-Stop Provides a Seamless, Integrated Experience For Customers

The Passaic County One-Stop is a comprehensive one stop shop for many services that Passaic County residents need. The One-Stop is collocated and integrated in a way that allows for customers to get the best, most efficient experience. Everything from the County Welfare Agency, Veterans Services, the Department of Labor, the Workforce Development Board, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, ...

Passaic County One-Stop to Host Ez Ride Hiring Event

PATERSON, NJ - The Passaic County One-Stop is hosting an Ez Ride hiring event on Thursday March 14th.

Ez Ride is seeking CDL Drivers for both full and part time postions. Driver's would earn a salary of $16.00- $19.00/Hr.

Ez Ride is a valuable partner of the One-Stop, frequently hosting hiring events and hiring Passaic County residents. 

Drivers will be expected to provide safe, ...

Passaic County One-Stop Releases Spring Newsletter

PATERSON, NJ - The Passaic County One-Stop has released its Spring 2019 Newsletter, containing valuable information about past and present events. 

Within the newsletter, you will learn how the One-Stop is helping residents throughout the county find employment, learn crucial career training skills and so much more!

In the newsletter you will also find information ...

Rosa L. Parks High School Students Encouraged to 'Remember from Whence You Came'

March 10, 2019

PATERSON, NJ - The halls of Rosa L. Parks High School of Fine and Performing Arts filled with the enthusiasm of students and faculty on February 27. The big day had arrived, Lieutenant Governor Sheila Oliver,  Secretary of State Tahesha Way, and Secretary of Higher Education Dr. Zakiya Smith Ellis joined together for a panel discussion, hosted and moderated by Assemblyman Benjie Wimberly.

RPHS Students Conclude Black History Month with Top State Leaders

PATERSON, NJ - Rosa Parks High School has always known how to commemorate special events and end them on a good note. Through the harmonies of the vocal ensemble, the choreography of the dance department, and the drama productions of the thespians, RPHS has a proud history of putting the finishing touch on a beautiful project. To conclude the month long celebration of Black History Month, ...

Hospital To Pay $2.55M to Somerville in lieu of Property Taxes Through 2023

March 18, 2019

SOMERVILLE, NJ – Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital/Somerset has agreed to pay  the borough a total of $2.5 million in lieu of property taxes for an eight-year period that expires at the end of 2023.

The agreement was announced at Monday night’s Borough Council meeting and was affirmed by a resolution passed by the five-member council by a unanimous vote. Granville Brady, ...

School Bus Drivers May Soon Be Able to Administer an EpiPen 

TRENTON, NJ – Legislation authorizing school bus drivers to administer epinephrine in emergency situations passed the New Jersey Senate 34-0 Thursday.  

“We allow parents at home and nurses at school to administer an EpiPen, but state law doesn’t address what happens if the student is on a bus going from home to school,” said Senator ...

For Parents Like Me, Pot Legalization in New Jersey is a Dilemma

March 16, 2019

I like Gov. Phil Murphy, but he's making a liar out of me. Me and millions of parents. For a couple of generations now, mothers and fathers have been warning children about the dangers of pot smoking. Now the governor comes along and tells them there is no Santa Claus.

I’ve been warning my children about pot for 20 years. That’s not exaggeration. It started when my ...

Reader Says Murphy Budget 'Responsible and Progressive'

March 7, 2019

Dear Editor

On Tuesday, I had the honor of attending Governor Murphy's budget address. Thank you Assemblyman Benjie Wimberly for the invitation. 

It was great to hear Governor Murphy putting the middle class first. Governor Murphy, with the support of the Legislature, has made the middle class a priority during his Administration. From increasing the minimum wage to expanding the ...

1,100 Jobs Coming to Quest Diagnostics' Flagship Laboratory in Clifton

March 14, 2019

CLIFTON, NJ - Quest Diagnostics Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer Steve Rusckowski led a group of dignitaries at a groundbreaking ceremony for a new flagship laboratory at the On3 campus Wednesday.

With more than 1,100 employees expected to work at the new 250,000-square-foot facility when it opens in 2021, the lab, on the Clifton side of the ON3 campus ...

Passaic County Women’s Center Presents 5K at Garret Mountain Reservation for Sexual Assault Awareness Month

March 8, 2019

PATERSON, NJ -  The Passaic County Women’s Center (PCWC) presents its fourth annual 5K Fun Run/Walk on Saturday, April 6, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. at Garret Mountain Reservation in Woodland Park. The event commemorates that April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and invites the public to learn more about PCWC’s services for survivors of sexual assault and domestic ...

TAPinto Announces Former Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation President and CEO Chris Daggett as Advisor

Former President and CEO of the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, Chris Daggett, will join as an advisor. Mr. Daggett will bring over three decades of public, private and nonprofit sector leadership experience to help build on TAPinto’s success in expanding local news coverage through over 80 local franchises.

“Local news is critical to the health of our communities and ...