New Jersey’s 'Sign Language' Not Understood by Feds

NEW JERSEY — The U.S. Department of Transportation has proven there is no room for humor in a federal bureaucracy, moving to stamp out the inspired levity that New Jersey has been putting on its road signs to make drivers notice them.

Humorous messages had been appearing on New Jersey’s highway signs like “Get Your Head Out of Your Apps,”  “Hocus ...

Try 4 New Ways to Trim Holiday Waste This Year

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the amount of trash generated by American households can jump an average of 25 percent between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve. Union County residents can help reduce excess waste at home by exploring new opportunities to conserve resources.

“Cutting down on waste at the source is important, and we also want to make sure that ...

Rahway's Liberty HOGs Go Bigger and Better to Organize 23rd Annual Toy Run

November 11, 2022

RAHWAY, NJ — At the end of last year's 22nd Annual Liberty HOG Toy Run, to benefit Bristol-Myers Children's Hospital at RWJ University Hospital in New Brunswick, TAPinto Rahway reported the astonishing statistic that over 400 motorcycles registered for the event, all driving from Liberty Harley-Davidson in Rahway to New Brunswick to distribute toys and good cheer to the ...

Law Enforcement from North and South Jersey Brought Their ‘Thing to the Ring’ in Phillipsburg

November 22, 2022

PHILLIPSBURG, NJ - From Jingle Ball to the Turkey Brawl, the Brothers Before Others(BBO), not for profit 501c3 charity and PBA Local 56 hosted the second boxing event at Phillipsburg Middle school featuring ten locals on the fighting card. The PIT legacy lives on, and the sweat and sound decibels are still intact.

Saturday, November 19 the PIT was packed with charity. Just over 1,000 friends, ...

Newark Beth Israel Medical Center Board Welcomes Two New Trustees Reverend Philip A. Gilmore and Ms. Denise Cook

November 21, 2022

NEWARK, NJ  – Newark Beth Israel Medical Center has elected two new members to its Board of Trustees, Pastor Phillip A. Gilmore Sr., and Ms. Denise Cook.


Pastor Phil leads the St. John’s Community Baptist Church in the South Ward section of Newark. He is president of New Heights Ministries, a non-profit corporation, which completed five affordable housing ...