Deadline Extended for Hurricane Ida FEMA Assistance

December 6, 2021

TRENTON, NJ -- The deadline for residents of Mercer County and 11 other New Jersey counties now have until January 5, 2022 to apply for Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) individual assistance for property damage or loss caused by remnants of Hurricane Ida. 

The application extension announced by the FEMA provides more time for survivors living in the following ...

Trenton-Mercer Airport Chief Hamiltonian Melinda Montgomery Named to Prestigious Aviation Board

TRENTON, NJ -- In a testament to her more than 30 years of experience in the aviation industry, Trenton-Mercer Airport Manager Melinda Montgomery, A.A.E. recently joined the New Jersey Aviation Association (NJAA) Board of Directors 

Under Montgomery’s airport management, the Trenton-Mercer airport reached its highest commercial success with close to ...

Scudders Falls Bridge Work to Close Part of Route 29

December 1, 2021

EWING, NJ – Motorists who use the Route 29 southbound bypass lane that crosses beneath the Scudders Falls (I-295) Toll Bridge should expect traffic diversions through nearby service ramps and roundabouts because of road construction work according to the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission,

The detours will take effect at 7:00 a.m., Thursday and will be ...

NJTransit Installing Contactless Pay Ticket Machines

NEWARK, NJ – NJ TRANSIT riders will now be able to purchase their tickets without having to reach for the hand sanitizer and receipt at the same time, thanks to the installation of a modern contactless system. 

The nation's largest public transportation system, NJ TRANSIT, announced that it has completed the installation of 558 new, modernized ticket ...

Rutgers Women's Soccer Team with Hamilton's Gia Girman Headed to College Cup

November 27, 2021

PISCATAWAY, NJ - For the first time since 2015, the Rutgers University women's soccer team punched its ticket to the 2021 NCAA Women's College Cup to advance out of the quarterfinals.

The number five ranked Rutgers team played before a crowd of almost 4,700 fans who braved the cold Friday night at Yurcak Field in New Brunswick. 

One of Hamilton's ...

Hamilton West Retains Bragging Rights with Thanksgiving Day Victory Over Steinert

HAMILTON, NJ - It wouldn’t have been Thanksgiving without some football, and in Mercer County “the big game” was, once again, Hamilton West vs Steinert. 

The two schools have a storied rivalry, and they met for the 63rd in history on Thursday with Hamilton West winning 21-16. 

The rivalry jitters were in the air in Hamilton as there were seventeen penalty flags ...

Spoil Senior Pups for the Holidays with the Robbinsville Senior Center's Giving Tree

December 5, 2021

ROBBINSVILLE, NJ -- The Robbinsville Township Senior Center is not only celebrating the holidays with generations of families but they've also created a giving tree to support senior dogs to give them extra love and special treats during the holidays. 

In the lobby of the Senior Center if a Giving Tree, that will hold tags from the "wish list" of a special dog cared for ...

2022 Primary Election Policies

December 5, 2021

The following are marketing options available to all candidates for the 2022 Primary Election.  To discuss marketing on TAPinto, please contact your local TAPinto site owner/publisher or click here.   

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DeCotiis, FitzPatrick, Cole & Giblin, LLP, Bolsters Its Ranks by Adding New Attorneys, Gaining Depth to Practice Areas and Expanding Purview Into New Industry

PARAMUS, NJ - DeCotiis, FitzPatrick, Cole & Giblin, LLP, is pleased to announce it has bolstered its law practice with the addition of thirteen new legal professionals, effective on December 1, 2021. This expansion provides the firm with additional expertise in existing practice areas such as complex litigation, labor and employment, land use, real estate, and banking as well as extends ...

NJ TRANSIT’s Renaissance Plans Focus on a Decade of Enhancements

NEW JERSEY – The state’s most extensive transit system recently laid out plans for a massive transformation intended to make it tops as far as reliability and efficiency.

According to NJ TRANSIT President and CEO Kevin Corbett, President, the company intends to make up for lost time and has already begun the process. Strategic plans made through 2030 bring a promise of increased ...

A Holiday Gift to Ourselves

The beginning of this article isn’t going to sound very “holidayish”, but I promise as you read on, you’ll see the connection and its relevance to you, so hang in there with me.

This topic came to me recently because of a new challenge (marketing my second career) that feels daunting. I bought books on entrepreneurship, took a course on marketing, but still no clear ...

Mercer Division of Public Health Gives Case Information, Overview of COVID-19 Efforts

December 3, 2021

The Mercer County Division of Public Health and County Executive Brian M. Hughes provide the following COVID-19 update: 

In Mercer County, cases remain high with around 28 cases per 100,000 residents reported a day, based on the past week’s reports.
There have been a number of questions related to the Omicron variant. There is a great deal that is unknown at this ...

Practical Skincare Gifts She’s Sure to Love

When it comes to gifting, we often think along the lines of gift cards, flowers, candies, and chocolates. While those items are classic crowd-pleasers, skincare can also make a great gift.

Here are practical gifts for every skincare fanatic on your list, from mask lovers to eye cream connoisseurs.

Facial Cleanser

One of the most essential needs for a woman’s skincare routine is a ...

10 DIY Décor Ideas for Your Holiday Home

So much of the joy from the holiday season comes from entertaining. Whether you’re throwing a big bash for the neighborhood or hosting a more intimate gathering of close family and friends, filling your home with exciting and colorful decorations is a must.

Rather than buying everything pre-made, consider rounding out your décor collection with some DIY items that highlight your ...

TAPinto Westfield's Coverage Following Parents' Objection to Toni Morrison Book Brings National Attention

WESTFIELD, NJ — When TAPinto Westfield Managing Editor Matt Kadosh walked in to the Board of Education meeting on November 16, he didn't know that hours later he would write the site's most read story of the month, and it would get national attention, too.

"I didn't know they were going to talk about it until it came up," Kadosh said.

"It" ...