Three's Company? Or One Too Many?

TEWKSBURY TOWNSHIP, NJ — Third party political candidates have always been strange bedfellows in New Jersey politics.

Princess Diana’s quote that “there were three of us in this marriage, so it was a bit crowded” might be how Democrats and Republicans feel about third parties intruding upon their political affairs.

The notion of a state and national ...

Why ask your doctor to do your taxes?

If there is one piece of advice, I can give worth all the bitcoin in the world…here it is.  

If you work in a small office or business and management approaches you with … “Hey you seem to know a lot about technology, how would you like to manage our technology?  You can be our tech person!”    

Politely say no thank you and ...

Heat Advisory Continues for East Hanover/Florham Park Area Today Aug. 9

August 9, 2022

NEW YORK, NY - The National Weather Service (NWS) issued a heat advisory for our area through 8 pm. Tuesday Aug. 9.

The hot temperatures and high humidity may cause heat-related illness to occur, especially to vulnerable populations and the elderly. Today, expect daytime temperatures to reach close to 94 degrees.

Tonight thunderstorms and showers likely before 1am. Wednesday will be a high ...

NJ Heatwave Continues, Up to 96 Degree Temps in East Hanover & Florham Park this Week

MORRIS COUNTY, NJ - As weather forecasts predict high temperatures in Morris County, officials have shared safety tips for beating the heat. 

According to the National Weather Service, the beginning of the week, Monday,Tuesday and Wednesday,  temperatures will range from 80 to 90 degrees with partly cloudy skies. By Thursday, temperatures will spike to approximately ...

Three Arrested in East Hanover Home Invasion on Thursday morning

August 18, 2022

EAST HANOVER, NJ - An investigation is still in progress regarding an early morning home break in on Thursday, August 18th.

According to police, they received a call of a crime in progress at a residence on Ridgedale Avenue.

The East Hanover patrols responded, arriving immediately.  Three were arrested.

According to Police Chief Cannizzo, "This was an isolated incident and ...

Dog Scares Away Intruders After an Attempted Car Theft in Florham Park

FLORHAM PARK, NJ - In the early morning of August 17th, there were multiple attempts to enter vehicles of Florham Park residents and in some cases, the homes of the residents in an effort to locate keys to the car.  According to multiple police reports in neighboring towns, suspects have been entering vehicles to access garage door openers attempting to enter residents homes.  The ...

New Jersey Jackals to Leave Yogi Berra Stadium

August 17, 2022

LITTLE FALLS, NJ -- THe New Jersey Jackals professional baseball team announced Wednesday that they will no longer call Yogi Berra Stadium home. 

The team will continue the 2022 season at the stadium until the last game on Aug. 25. 

The Frontier League team will remain under its current ownership and will continue its relationship with Major League ...

Upcoming Events

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Thu, August 18, 6:30 PM

Florham Park

Borough Council Meeting

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Tue, August 23, 7:00 PM

East Hanover

Land Use Planning Board

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Thu, August 25, 6:00 AM

Florham Park

Recycling

TAPinto Rahway Publisher David Brighouse Gives Back to the Community

RAHWAY, NJ — David Brighouse gives back to a place that has given so much to him.

"I feel like we have an obligation to give back," Brighouse said. "I owe something to the community."

He was born in Rahway — at Rahway Hospital, when babies were born there — and raised there too. Brighouse was a student in the Rahway Public School system, the same ...

Hanover Park Boys Soccer Team Volunteer to Help at Newark Food Bank

August 10, 2022

EAST HANOVER, NJ - The Hanover Park Boys soccer team helped feed those in need during a team outing in July.

Members of the team volunteered at the House of Mercy Mission in Newark. The boys assisted in unloading a delivery truck from the food bank that was distributed to those in need locally.

The boys were commended for their great work and were thanked for their service. 

Why is Crime Happening and Rising Everywhere in Our Suburbs?

August 18, 2022

My family and I moved here to the Parsippany area over 7 years ago for better schools and safety in our community.  I read the TAP every day and more and more I get concerned for the safety of my family.

Why are there so many car thefts occurring in our neighboring towns?  Why are there more home break-ins? Even during the daytime these criminals are coming to our neighborhoods ...

Bill Spadea and the 11th Commandment

Hello Everyone,

During his 1966 run for Governor, Ronald Reagan stated what came to be known in political circles as Reagan's "11th Commandment" that "Thou shall not speak ill of any fellow Republican." Bill Spadea seems to have not gotten that message.

Public reports are suggesting that Mr. Spadea plans on announcing a run for Governor shortly; and his statewide ...

Morris County Commissioners Show They Are Out of Touch … and Don’t Care

On July 27, Morris County residents lined up in person and on the phone to publicly condemn the Morris County Commissioners for considering two resolutions on controversial issues – gun violence and school “health” curricula. The condemnations from constituents ran for nearly two hours, and in the end the Commissioners ignored them all and passed these poorly written, ...

Atlantic Health System Welcomes Chief Health System Officer

August 17, 2022

Atlantic Health System is pleased to announce the arrival of Scott Leighty, FACHE, Executive Vice President, Chief Health System Officer.  An experienced leader in hospital performance and strategic growth, Leighty will lend his talents to the health system’s unwavering efforts to ensure extraordinary care and experiences for patients and their families.

Leighty will bring a ...