Ballroom Dancing with the John Luckenbill Pops Band

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Tue, August 27
7:30 pm — 9:30 pm
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500 Ocean Avenue Belmar, NJ 07719

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500 Ocean Avenue
Belmar, NJ 07719

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Webinar: Build a Successful Business — Own a TAPinto Local News Site

October 28, 2020

Are you a community leader?  Do you want to be your own boss?  Do you want to create financial independence while leaving a lasting legacy?  

If so, owning a TAPinto local news site may be a good fit for you.  It's an affordable business opportunity with a low entry cost and high ROI.

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JCP&L Supports Clean Ocean Action’s Annual Fall Beach Sweeps

Company Participates in Cleanup as Sponsor of Monmouth County Beach Sit

MORRISTOWN, NJ — Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L), a subsidiary of FirstEnergy Corp. (NYSE: FE), supported the cleanup of New Jersey’s beaches on October 24 by participating in Clean Ocean Action’s (COA) fall 2020 Beach Sweeps, serving as site sponsor for cleanup work at Belmar’s 16th ...

Clerk Hanlon Advises of Mail-In Ballot Deadlines and Extended Hours for County Election Offices

FREEHOLD, NJ —Monmouth County Clerk Christine Giordano Hanlon is advising Monmouth County voters of the deadlines for obtaining a reissued General Election mail-in ballot, and announcing the extended hours of the County Clerk’s Election Office and County Board of Elections Office ahead of Election Day, November 3.

Voters who have misplaced, damaged or have not yet received their ...

JCP&L and FirstEnergy Foundation Donate $65,000 to Local NJ Police Chiefs Associations to Help Keep Communities Safe

MORRISTOWN, NJ — Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L), a subsidiary of FirstEnergy Corp. (NYSE: FE), and the FirstEnergy Foundation recently donated a total of $65,000 to 13 local police chiefs associations throughout JCP&L’s service territory in recognition of their key role in keeping communities safe around downed power lines and other electrical equipment.

The ...

NJ State Association of Chiefs of Police: Think Twice Before Voting for Legalized Pot

October 22, 2020

New Jersey voters will be asked to cast their vote on a constitutional amendment that would legalize recreational marijuana in our state for people age 21 and older. This is a significant issue that most assuredly will impact public safety and quality-of-life issues for the residents of our New Jersey communities, as well as for the millions of visitors that we welcome to our state each ...

There Are Numerous Signs of Chris Smith’s Legendary Legislative Effectiveness

To the Editor:

More than ever, we need leaders who are honest, seasoned, tenacious and effective. In the Fourth Congressional District, that leader is Chris Smith.

Here in New Jersey, there are numerous signs of Chris Smith’s legendary legislative effectiveness. On the economy, he has supported all the coronavirus relief laws, including the paycheck protection program that is ...

Vitalant Providing Opportunities to Donate Throughout Central NJ

A robust blood supply is essential, but due to the western wildfires, along with ongoing closures and restrictions related to the pandemic, the number of donations nationwide had recently fallen. In response, the nonprofit, blood-collection organization Vitalant is providing nine local, open-to-the-public donation events during November in central New Jersey

Click to view details of all nine ...

The Jaffe Briefing - October 28, 2020

OFF THE RAILS – Sad news from 10 years ago yesterday Gov. Chris Christie killed the $9 billion Access to the Region’s Core (ARC) tunnel. Oct. 27, 2010 marks the moment of the biggest blunder of the Christie Administration, as New Jersey lost the perfect opportunity to replace a pair of century-old tunnels that connect our state to Manhattan, while creating gobs of ...