New Jersey’s Disabled Community Feels Inflation the Most

Whether we push a shopping cart down the supermarket aisle or order through a delivery app, all New Jerseyans are noticing that grocery prices are on the rise. 

The cost of buying food has increased by 9.1% over the past year, according to government data released last month. Combined with fluctuating gas prices, rising rents as well as interest rates, inflation is forcing many of us to ...

Some Summer Suggestions From Homewatch CareGivers

Summer, a great time to Be Out and About and boost your health and wellbeing.  Being out in nature, natural sunlight is known to create positive energy in the body and for the spirit, when done safely and in moderation.

Experience Nature - In a research article by the Mental Health Foundation, UK, How Connection with Nature Benefits Our Mental Health, they found that “Our ...

Agent Spotlight: Kristen Murphy

Kristen Murphy, Sales Associate in the Morristown office, is the agent you’ve been looking for! Whether you’re looking to buy, sell, or rent, she is there to ensure the best possible outcome. Kristen understands how important and stressful the home search process can be and she’s committed to make it as smooth as possible for all her clients.

A Morris township native, now ...

Main Break Leaves Newark Residents In Several Wards With Water Service Issues

August 10, 2022

NEWARK, NJ — Newark residents in several wards are experiencing issues with their water service after a water main broke in Belleville Township early Tuesday morning.

Belleville Mayor Michael Melham told TAPinto Newark the incident stemmed from a break in a 72-inch main in Branch Brook Park, near the Belleville/Newark border.

Newark Firefighters and ...

State Urges Residents and Businesses to Conserve Water as New Jersey Enters Drought Watch

August 10, 2022

TRENTON, NJ — Due to ongoing hot and dry conditions, New Jersey is under a drought watch as of Tuesday. The state's Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is asking residents and businesses to conserve water.

New Jersey has a three-stage drought advisory system. A drought watch is the first step. DEP says it's to encourage voluntary conservation measures, and, if ...

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Thu, August 11, 10:00 AM

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Thu, August 11, 6:30 PM

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Historic Preservation Commission Meeting

When we invest in Alzheimer’s and dementia research, we gain valuable insights. The investment must continue.

August 1, 2022

Research presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference 2022 (AAIC 2022) is providing new insight into dementia risk, prevalence, diagnosis, treatment, the long-term cognitive impact of COVID-19 and more. 

As one of the more than 6 million Americans, including 190,000 New Jerseyans, living with Alzheimer’s, I know the devastation of this disease and other ...

'Jersey Voices' Explores Mesmerizing Relationships

CHATHAM NJ - The annual selection of intriguing and original short plays is now on view at the Chatham Playhouse through August 7.

There’s something for everyone in the seven selections from several playwrights, with various themes.  “The Elusive Pursuit of Maximum Bliss” by Ken Preuss starts off the evening. Amanda Marino has directed Peter Despres as Max and Alyssa Fox ...

Passaic County Fair Starts Thursday

August 10, 2022

PASSAIC COUNTY, NJ – The Passaic County Board of County Commissioners, and Friends of Passaic County Parks, Inc. will be hosting the annual Passaic County Fair from August 11th-14th at Garret Mountain Reservation. The opening ceremony will be held on Thursday, August 11th at 7:30pm.

The fair will feature four days of unique activities for all to enjoy from games and rides to art ...

Sen. Joseph Lagana Discusses School Safety Legislation, Says Students Must Be Protected

August 10, 2022

PARAMUS, NJ — Sen. Joseph Lagana has three main inspirations for wanting to keep New Jersey's children safe at school.

"I try to use my real-life experience and apply it to my job as a legislator," Lagana (D - District 38) told TAPinto. "And part of (that) is being a father and having three kids."

When he takes his daughters — who are headed into ...

Main Break Leaves Newark Residents In Several Wards With Water Service Issues

NEWARK, NJ — Newark residents in several wards are experiencing issues with their water service after a water main broke in Belleville Township early Tuesday morning.

Belleville Mayor Michael Melham told TAPinto Newark the incident stemmed from a break in a 72-inch main in Branch Brook Park, near the Belleville/Newark border.

Newark Firefighters and ...

State Urges Residents and Businesses to Conserve Water as New Jersey Enters Drought Watch

TRENTON, NJ — Due to ongoing hot and dry conditions, New Jersey is under a drought watch as of Tuesday. The state's Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is asking residents and businesses to conserve water.

New Jersey has a three-stage drought advisory system. A drought watch is the first step. DEP says it's to encourage voluntary conservation measures, and, if ...

Twilight Time For the Municipal Building?  Montclair Planning Board to Study Redeveloping Municipal Building Property

MONTCLAIR, NJ - The Montclair Planning Board met on August 8 in a virtually empty council chambers to discuss the latest proposal from the Township Council for an area in need of redevelopment involving an aging building  - and the board members just happened to be sitting in it. 

The council had in fact referred to the Planning Board a proposal to declare as an area in need of ...

New Jersey's Hospital-based Violence Intervention Programs Receive $10 Million in Funding

TRENTON, NJ — New Jersey's hospital-based violence intervention programs (HVIPs) are getting a big financial boost.

Gov. Phil Murphy and Acting Attorney General Matthew Platkin announced Monday the programs, which help and support victims of violence, will receive $10 million in federal American Recovery Plan (ARP) funds.

“The Paterson Healing Collective is pleased to ...

Montclair Homeowners Could Qualify for Up to $24K in Repairs

MONTCLAIR, NJ - Montclair homeowners, who meet certain criteria, will be eligible to receive up to $24,000 in repairs, township officials announced.

The Montclair home improvement program provides eligible homeowners up to $24,000 in repairs if their total gross annual household income falls below the income limit for the household size. The Home ...