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By TAPINTO CRANFORD STAFFJune 15, 2018
CRANFORD - Please be advised that spraying for Adult Mosquitoes will be performed tonight, Thursday, June 14, 2018 (weather permitting) between the hours of 7:00 P.M. and 12:00 A.M. in the area of Arbor St., Locust St., Retford Ave., Stoughton St. and Woodside Ave.
By TAPINTO HORSES STAFFJune 14, 2018
OCEANPORT, NJ — Governor Phil Murphy officially ushered in sports betting in New Jersey when he made the initial wager at Monmouth Park on June 14.
Governor Murphy, an avid soccer fan who has called ESPN’s “Sportscenter” his favorite show, placed the first bet — $20 on Germany to win the World Cup. He also bet $20 on the N.J. Devils to ...
By ROBERT RAMIREZJune 14, 2018
CRANFORD – Cranford resident Kent Lucas was one of 150 commuters who embraced a more sustainable commute by trading in his car keys for pedals during TransOptions’ annual Bike to Work Challenge.
Through TransOptions’ GoForGood app, riders tracked their bicycle commute trips and miles from May 1st through May 31st. Participants who joined the challenge were entered to win ...
By JACKIE LIEBERMANJune 13, 2018
WESTFIELD, NJ — It likely started with a smoldering cigarette, according to Deputy Fire Chief Anthony Tiller.
The fire that started in a flower planter on an outside deck on the second floor of Addams Tavern Wednesday caused a lot of smoke as it spread to the flooring, but only about a three-foot by three-foot area was damaged, Tiller said.
The restaurant at 115 Elm St. is ...
By TAPINTOSPF STAFFJune 13, 2018
TRENTON, NJ -- Mayor Al Smith attended a gun safety package bill signing ceremony at the Richard J. Hughes Justice Complex in Trenton on Wednesday with Governor Phil Murphy. Mayor Smith joined a bipartisan group of local and state elected officials, as well as members of Moms Demand Action of Union County, at the event.
“As a leader in Sandy Hook Promise, I was happy to accept the ...
By ROBERT RAMIREZJune 13, 2018
CRANFORD – Going from a 7-11 finish in 2017 to an 11-7 record this season, Cranford High School boys lacrosse head coach Al Reinoso described the season as a surprising, but well deserved turn around.
Last year, it took the Cougars more than half of the season to really find themselves. Through the first nine games, their record was 1-8, and though 12 games it was 2-10. Despite the ...