Business & Finance

June 5, 2020

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - The Rotary Club of Berkeley Heights is hosting an online virtual silent auction in partnership with the Berkeley Heights Business & Civic to benefit Business Aid: Berkeley Heights. Over 80 businesses and organizations have donated to the slate of amazing items up for ...

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WEST ORANGE, NJ — Township officials and Downtown West Orange on Friday collaborated on a Zoom meeting to address how to execute Stage 2 of the community's reopening efforts. The discussion focused on how to execute the reopening of local non-essential businesses and restaurants in West Orange.

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BRIDGEWATER, NJ - A judge ruled on behalf of Bridgewater Township Friday regarding a motion from Advance Realty for partial summary judgment to obtain immediate final site plan approval for the grocery store and hotel at the Center of Excellence site in Bridgewater. According to a notice filed ...

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WAYNE, NJ - The Wayne Farmer's Market which had been scheduled to debut on Saturday, June 6 has postponed their opening day to the following Saturday, June 13. The Wayne Black Lives Matter protest and rally is scheduled for the same date and only one hour after the Farmer's Market was set to ...

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MADISON, NJ -  Governor Murphy announced that non-essential businesses may reopen their doors for curbside pickup, as of Monday May 18.  Any business that is reopening that would like to be a featured business (for free), can email TAPinto Madison at madisoneditor@tapinto.net Stores reopening ...

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BAYONNE, NJ - The battle for control of the Bayonne Medical Center continued Thursday with the filing of a temporary restraining order (TRO) by CarePoint Health and BMC Hospital LLC demanding that Hudson Regional Hospital (HRH) stop what they called interference in the deal between the two ...

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TRENTON, NJ - Seeking to give small business that have been especially hard hit by the economic fallout from COVID-19 a boost, the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (EDA) has announced that applications for the expanded Small Business Emergency Assistance Grant Program will become live at ...

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HASBROUCK HEIGHTS/WOOD-RIDGE, NJ - Local leaders are coming together to support the Hasbrouck Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce's recently launched initiative to support and shop local businesses.  Wood-Ridge Mayor Paul Sarlo and Hasbrouck Heights Mayor Jack DeLorenzo joined Ray Vorisek and ...

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MADISON, NJ - The Borough of Madison has posted a job opportunity. The job is for a confidential secretary, finance and personnel departments. Interested applicants need to complete a Borough application at https://www.rosenet.org/280/Job-Opportunities Applications must be received by the ...

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CAMDEN, NJ — On Saturday, as he left rehearsal for a West Philadelphia church band, Troy Still was struck by what he saw. As protestors took to the streets to demand justice for George Floyd, so did looters taking advantage of little police presence in some pockets of the city. “I was in my ...

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WARREN, NJ - Warren will be ready for outdoor dining, yoga, and martial arts when Gov. Murphy' s Executive Order #150 goes into effect. At a Special Township Committee Meeting held on June 3, the Warren Township Committee introduced Ordinance 20-19, which amends the Zoning Ordinance to allow ...

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HAWTHORNE, NJ - Two Hawthorne businesses, American Electroplating Company, Inc. and Premio Foods, Inc., were among those honored by the Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission for environmental compliance, according to the Commission Thursday.  "For the 25th consecutive year," a statement from the ...

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MADISON, NJ -  Governor Murphy announced that non-essential businesses may reopen their doors for curbside pickup, as of Monday May 18.  Any business that is reopening that would like to be a featured business (for free), can email TAPinto Madison at madisoneditor@tapinto.net Stores reopening ...

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HUNTERDON COUNTY, NJ - Citing much lower numbers of total COVID-19 cases in recent weeks, and the overall percentage being far behind Bergen County and the other hardest-hit parts of the Garden State during the pandemic, the county board of chosen freeholders again made an earnest appeal to Gov.

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HILLSBOROUGH, NJ - While emphasizing there is no imminent threat, Police Chief Michael McMahon sent a letter to members of the Hillsborough business community Wednesday that urges merchants and building owners to be vigilant and prepare for the worst, as businesses across the country fall victim to ...

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Starting Thursday, New York State will allow outdoor dining at restaurants in regions that are in Phase 2 of the reopening process, Gov.  Andrew M. Cuomo announced Wednesday. The Western New York Region, which includes the Greater Olean area, entered Phase 2 Tuesday. According to a press release ...

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BRIDGEWATER, NJ – The Somerset County Business Partnership (SCBP) has announced that the 2020 “BizFest,” for Somerset County small businesses and residents will be held virtually on Thursday, June 18, 2020 from 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. This will be the SCBP’s first major virtual event in its ...

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HOBOKEN, NJ - Hudson Regional Hospital (HRH) announced Tuesday that it has entered into a contract to buy the properties currently housing Bayonne Medical Center and Hoboken University Medical Center. The announcement comes days after HRH made an offer to purchase the hospital operations of ...

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GLEN ROCK, NJ - The Glen Rock Chamber of Commerce is hosting an open town hall Zoom meeting for all those interested in phase II of business reopening which begins in some form on or about June 15 statewide. While the state has been shuttered since mid March, COVID-19 cases have been diminishing ...

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BAYONNE, NJ - Ringo Starr of the Beatles once sang a song about being put in a movie. But local Bayonne businesspeople do not have to become one of the fab four to get that privilege. Mayor Jimmy Davis, picking up from the virtual Earth Day ceremonies he conducted in April, will be making a film ...

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MADISON, NJ -  Governor Murphy announced that non-essential businesses may reopen their doors for curbside pickup, as of Monday May 18.  Any business that is reopening that would like to be a featured business (for free), can email TAPinto Madison at madisoneditor@tapinto.net Stores reopening ...

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UNION COUNTY, NJ -- As of Monday, June 1, job seekers in Union County can use the new Union County Works website to find job openings, job training and education opportunities, help create resumes, and more. It is the first county-based "virtual one-stop" employment service in New Jersey. Union ...

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We have such an amazing community in North Broward! We have weathered many storms; however, the COVID-19 epidemic has been an unprecedented challenge to our businesses community. Here are just a few ideas of how you can support our local businesses:   SHOP LOCAL FIRST Please remember ...

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The TM Ward Coffee Company: A 28-year Chatham Tradition By Mary Tunny Weichert --- May 18, 2020 If you’re one of many people whose morning routine includes a delicious hot cup of coffee from a local café, you might find it difficult to imagine a time when coffee shops weren’t the norm.

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MORRISTOWN, NJ -  Governor Murphy announced Monday that restaurants throughout the state may begin serving meals outdoors beginning June 15th. Many Morristown residents are hoping that includes shutting down one of the main roads in town to allow for dining al fresco. Morristown Mayor Tim ...

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OLEAN, NY — "Opening up is exciting," The Sports Locker co-owner Jason Palumbo told Rep. Tom Reed, who was about to enter the West State Street shop from the back door off the parking lot on South Sixth Street. Reed, who represents the 23rd congressional district, asked co-owner Tom Palumbo, if ...

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NEWTON, NJ- For the third consecutive month TAPinto Newton has had more than 30,000 readers.  For the past three months more than 120,000 readers have turned to TAPinto Newton to get their local news.  March – 31,987 readers April – 48,801 readers May – 42,740 readers More than 1,700 ...

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SPARTA, NJ- For the third consecutive month TAPinto Sparta has had more than 100,000 readers.  For the past three months more than 375,000 readers have turned to TAPinto Sparta to get their local news. More than 3,000 people have subscribed for free to get their local news sent to their inbox ...

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CORAL SPRINGS, FL – The developer of the Cornerstone project for downtown Coral Springs said this week that a sizeable chunk of commercial space has been signed by a medical company. In updating the project, Rod Sheldon of Boca Raton-based Predesco Property Investments told Coral Springs ...

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GLEN ROCK, NJ – Looking to deal with the “future of the local economy,” Mayor Kristine Morieko has launched the “Looking Forward Committee.” Governor Phil Murphy announced the first phase of the state reopening yesterday, including outdoor dining and in-person retail shopping beginning June 15, ...

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