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Manage Water Where It Falls for a Healthier Landscape and Environment

August 13, 2018

SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ - Too much, not enough, and never when you need it. This is a common complaint of gardeners. Keeping and using water where it falls is the first step in managing this precious resource.

Planting and maintaining a healthy landscape is a good place to start. Trees, shrubs, groundcovers and other plantings improve water quality and reduce storm water runoff.  The plants ...

Colts Neck: Find a Gem at a Huge Yard Sale

HUGE INDOOR YARD SALE COLTS NECK WOMAN’S CLUB FUNDRAISER TRINKETS & TREASURES COLTS NECK COMMUNITY CENTER

Bucks Mills Recreation Area 125 Bucks Mills Road THURSDAY, SEPT.13th 9AM-4PM FRIDAY, SEPT.14th 9AM-4PM SATURDAY, SEPT. 15th 9AM-4PM SUNDAY, SEPT.16th 9AM-? COME AND PICK UP A LAST MINUTE BARGAIN!

Featuring lots of exciting items! Housewares, Clothing, Jewelry, Pocketbooks, ...

What's Eating my Basil?

The summer gardening season is in full swing and gardeners have been harvesting their bounty - lettuces, tomatoes, zucchinis, peppers and herbs. Insect activity is also gearing up in the garden.   As the growing degree days increase, so does the damaging effects of pests in the garden. Here are a few ways to protect one of the most popular herb in the garden - BASIL.  It's ...

What's Eating my Basil?

The summer gardening season is in full swing and gardeners have been harvesting their bounty - lettuces, tomatoes, zucchinis, peppers and herbs. Insect activity is also gearing up in the garden.   As the growing degree days increase, so does the damaging effects of pests in the garden. Here are a few ways to protect one of the most popular herb in the garden - BASIL.  It's ...

What's Eating my Basil?

HOLMDEL/COLTS NECK, NJ - The summer gardening season is in full swing and gardeners have been harvesting their bounty - lettuces, tomatoes, zucchinis, peppers and herbs. Insect activity is also gearing up in the garden.   As the growing degree days increase, so does the damaging effects of pests in the garden. Here are a few ways to protect one of the most popular herb in the ...

What's Eating my Basil?

The summer gardening season is in full swing and gardeners have been harvesting their bounty - lettuces, tomatoes, zucchinis, peppers and herbs. Insect activity is also gearing up in the garden.   As the growing degree days increase, so does the damaging effects of pests in the garden. Here are a few ways to protect one of the most popular herb in the garden - BASIL.  It's ...

What's Eating my Basil?

HOLMDEL/COLTS NECK, NJ - The summer gardening season is in full swing and gardeners have been harvesting their bounty - lettuces, tomatoes, zucchinis, peppers and herbs. Insect activity is also gearing up in the garden.   As the growing degree days increase, so does the damaging effects of pests in the garden. Here are a few ways to protect one of the most popular herb in the ...

What's Eating my Basil?

The summer gardening season is in full swing and gardeners have been harvesting their bounty - lettuces, tomatoes, zucchinis, peppers and herbs. Insect activity is also gearing up in the garden.   As the growing degree days increase, so does the damaging effects of pests in the garden. Here are a few ways to protect one of the most popular herb in the garden - BASIL.  It's ...

Car Wash Today to Benefit Parsippany Police Explorers

PARSIPPANY, NJ -There is a car wash today hosted by the Parsippany Police Explorer Post #131.  They will be washing away your vehicles dirt and grime from 10 AM to 2 PM at the Parsippany P.A.L. located at 33 Baldwin Road. 

July in Review: Livingston Names Police Chief, Superintendent Resigns, Council Adopts Ordinances & More

LIVINGSTON, NJ — In case you missed it, check out the top ten stories from TAPinto Livingston, based on pageviews, for the month of July 2018. 

1. Livingston Public Schools Superintendent Resigns After Two Years

2. Livingston Community Speaks Out About Superintendent’s Resignation

3. Livingston Board and Community Debate Decision to Approve Superintendent’s ...

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Colts Neck: Find a Gem at a Huge Yard Sale

August 14, 2018

HUGE INDOOR YARD SALE COLTS NECK WOMAN’S CLUB FUNDRAISER TRINKETS & TREASURES COLTS NECK COMMUNITY CENTER

Bucks Mills Recreation Area 125 Bucks Mills Road THURSDAY, SEPT.13th 9AM-4PM FRIDAY, SEPT.14th 9AM-4PM SATURDAY, SEPT. 15th 9AM-4PM SUNDAY, SEPT.16th 9AM-? COME AND PICK UP A LAST MINUTE BARGAIN!

Featuring lots of exciting items! Housewares, Clothing, Jewelry, Pocketbooks, ...

Union County Residents Advised on Mosquito Control

The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders reminds residents and visitors to continue taking steps to protect themselves from mosquito bites and help reduce the mosquito population.

“It has been an unusually hot and rainy summer, and we are urging residents to take simple steps to prevent mosquito bites,” said Freeholder Chairman Sergio Granados. “This will contribute to a ...

EARTH Center Open House Offers Fun for Whole Family

Would you like to learn how spruce up your garden, spend a day at the park, or enjoy the fun of a fair? You can do it all at the Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Middlesex County’s Open House and Folk Fest!  This event will be held Saturday, August 18 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the EARTH Center located in Davidson's Mill Pond Park at 42 Riva Ave. in South ...

Greenhouse Space Available to Maplewood Residents for 2018–19

Applications for rental space in the Rahner Greenhouse will be received in the Maplewood Municipal Building, 574 Valley St., on Thursday, September 6, from 6:00 pm until 7:00 pm. Doors to the Town Hall Meeting Room will be opened at 4 pm. The allocation of spaces will be made in the order in which applicants arrive and sign in.

The greenhouse spaces are available to Maplewood residents only, ...