BARNEGAT/WARETOWN, NJ - It's been a busy week for both Barnegat and Waretown. In Barnegat, TapInto was the first to break the story concerning the Barnegat mayor's opposition to a new law requiring that public educators include references to contributions made by members of the LGBTQ community in future curriculum.

In Waretown, TAPinto also informed readers what will happen with the property where Wawa once stood as a familiar gathering place.

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https://www.tapinto.net/towns/barnegat-slash-waretown/sections/government/articles/barnegat-mayor-blasts-inclusion-requirement-of-lgbtq-contributions-to-school-curriculum

https://www.tapinto.net/towns/barnegat-slash-waretown/sections/government/articles/no-convenience-store-in-sight-for-closed-waretown-wawa-location

https://www.tapinto.net/towns/barnegat-slash-waretown/sections/government/articles/what-new-lgbtq-curriculum-could-mean-to-barnegat-and-nj-schools

https://www.tapinto.net/towns/barnegat-slash-waretown/sections/government/articles/vacant-waretown-restaurant-demolished-by-township-officials