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By TAPINTO TRAVEL STAFFMarch 19, 2018
FLORHAM PARK NJ - 88 million Americans are planning to take family vacations this year, the largest group planning getaways are millennials.
"Just like generations before them, millennials see a family vacation as one of the best ways to create memories and reconnect with loved ones," said Rick Del Nero, AAA Northeast Vice President of Travel. "No matter their age, families ...
Former Rumson High School Student, 19, Arrested Possessing MSR-15 Patrol Rifle, Silencer, Explosive Chemicals
By JEANNE WALLMarch 19, 2018
MONMOUTH, N.J. - A former Rumson high school student was arrested in Ithaca New York. Maximilien R. Reynolds, 19, was charged with Possession of an Unregistered Destructive Device/Silencer, False Statement in Acquisition of a Firearm and False Statement in Required Firearm Record. Specifically, he is alleged to have possessed an MSR-15 Patrol Rifle, 300 rounds ...
By TAPINTO HORSES STAFFMarch 18, 2018
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The U.S. Trotting Association and the Harness Horse Youth Foundation have now opened the application process for members of the Youth Leadership Development Subcommittee, which was created with the purpose of bringing a youth perspective to the USTA board, as well as provide marketing and social media opportunities for harness racing events.
If selected for service on ...
By FRED SMITHMarch 18, 2018
SOUTH ORANGE, NJ - A man has died from a house fire on Warwick Avenue in South Orange on Sunday afternoon, stated Thomas Fennelly, Essex County Chief Assistant Prosecutor.
The fire, which began about 2 p.m. was contained by about 5 p.m., and required mutual aid from fire departments in neighboring towns, according to firefighters at the scene.
By ALEX ORR, JR.March 18, 2018
HOT SPRINGS, Ariz. — Mega-trainer Todd Pletcher, the winner of last year's Kentucky Derby with Always Dreaming, took dead aim on a repeat when Robert and Lawana Low's Magnum Moon came home a 3-1/2-length winner in the March 17 running of Oaklawn Park's $900,000, Grade 2 Rebel Stakes. The win gave the 3-year-old colt 50 Kentucky Derby qualifying points and virtually assured him a ...
By CATHY GOETZMarch 18, 2018
AVON-BY-THE-SEA, NJ — In less than two days, an Avon-by-the-Sea landmark that stood for 130 years was reduced to a huge pile of rubble. The Norwood Inn no longer stands on the corner of Norwood and Second Avenues — the last of the stately hotels that once graced the streets of Avon.
As onlookers gathered around the demolition site on March 15 and March 16, an excavator clawed its ...
By JENNIFER DERICKSMarch 18, 2018
SPARTA, NJ – Sparta High School students held their inaugural meeting of the Donate Life Club on Wednesday, March 14. Minutes after the walk out in solidarity with Parkland school shooting victims, thirty students met in a classroom during lunch to hear from the NJ Sharing Network about organ donation.
Many of the students were classmates of Isak Anderson, a boy who passed away suddenly ...