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Tue, September 29, 4:00 PM

Virtual Union Public Library, Union

Book Publishing and Writer’s Group

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Add to My Calendar 09/29/2020 4:00pm 09/29/2020 5:30pm America/New_York Book Publishing and Writer’s Group

Presented by Lindsey Noelle Publishing Services, LLC

Here’s your chance to learn about the book publishing industry and discover how a book is made, and paths to having your book published from manuscript to finished book. Sign up at http://bit.ly/UPLlive at least one hour in advance.

Virtual Union, NJ 07083

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Foods That Make You Feel Good When You’re Craving New Jersey Classics

January 23, 2021

NEW JERSEY — Disco fries, deep-fried Italian hot dogs, cheesy breakfast sandwiches — New Jersey restaurants are home to foods we crave, even if they’re not the best choices for our bodies on a daily basis.

We wondered, when it comes nutrition, can you have your cheesecake and eat it, too?

Michele Smith, licensed mental health counselor, certified intuitive eating counselor ...

NJ SNAP Recipients to Continue to Receive Enhanced Food Assistance Benefits in February

January 27, 2021

15 Percent SNAP Boost Will Come Along with Maximum February SNAP Benefit Payments

(TRENTON) –  New Jerseyans who receive food assistance through the state’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (NJ SNAP) will continue to receive enhanced food assistance benefits in February to help address needs related to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

A 15 percent increase in SNAP ...

The Jaffe Briefing - January 28, 2021

STATEWIDE – There are Democrats in the White House, Congress and Trenton, so does that mean tax-weary residents will get their full federal property tax deduction restored? New Jersey’s Congressional delegation is rushing to the rescue, the Record reports, calling for the full tax break that helps soften the blow for property owners in high-tax states like New Jersey. You may recall ...