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Tue, February 5, 7:00 PM

Cranford Community Center, Cranford

Author Visit - Lockey Maisonneuve

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Add to My Calendar 02/05/2019 7:00pm 02/05/2019 9:00pm America/New_York Author Visit - Lockey Maisonneuve

Cranford author Lockey Maisonneuve will visit the Cranford Community Center to discuss her memoir, A Girl Raised by Wolves, which documents her harrowing story from childhood to the present day. This program has been made possible by the Cranford Public Library.

Lockey Maisonneuve is a survivor. As a child, she lived with neglectful, alcoholic parents, and was sold into childhood prostitution ...

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Anti-Defamation League Expresses 'Deep Concern' Over Repeated Hate Symbol Incidents in Summit Schools

April 17, 2019

NEW YORK, NY - Responding to media reports -- including a April 15 report in TAPinto Summit -- which detailed the discovery of another hate symbol in a Summit Public School, the Anti-Defamation League's (ADL) New York regional office has expressed its "deep concern today after learning of yet another swastika incident at a middle school in Summit, New Jersey, ...

Police Substations Open in Three Cranford Schools

April 10, 2019

CRANFORD - The Cranford Police Department and Cranford Public Schools announced the creation of school “Police Substations” within its 3 largest schools in an ongoing effort to increase school safety, security, and law enforcement visibility. This effort complements the district’s recent additions to safety and security infrastructure throughout the township’s public ...

Seton Hall Professor Not With University After Attempted Arson At St. Patrick's Cathedral

April 21, 2019

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ - The adjunct professor at Seton Hall University who was arrested earlier this week for trying to bring cans of gasoline into St. Patrick's Cathedral is no longer working at the university, according to a university spokesperson.

Marc Lamparello, 37, of Hasbrouck Heights, was arrested on Wednesday night for trying to carry cans of gasoline, ...

Ghost Hawk is the First Craft Brewery in Passaic County

April 21, 2019

This story first ran on TAPinto Hasbrouck Heights/Woodridge/Terterboro.

The line began forming over an hour before the official ribbon cutting and grand opening. And by the time the doors officially opened Saturday afternoon, more 100 beer lovers were on line, around the corner and down the sidewalk for Passaic County's first craft brewery.

Ghost Hawk Brewing Company ...

What Do the Letters After A Financial Advisor’s Name Mean?

Professionals in many industries tout their education and professional experience as a way to demonstrate their expertise and set themselves apart. The financial industry is a prime example, with almost 200 professional credentials advisors can obtain to sharpen their ability to serve clients well. If you are searching for a financial advisor and seeking clarity on what the acronyms after each ...

Five Tips to Manage Your Finances When One Parent Stays at Home

Almost one-in-five American families with children have one parent stay at home, according to an analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data from the Pew Research Center.1 Some families make a conscious choice to transition to a household with a stay-at-home parent, while others experience a job loss or underemployment. In either case, becoming a one-income household results in a big change in cash flow.

Wardlaw+Hartridge Middle School Chess Team Captures First Place

April 21, 2019

EDISON, NJ -- Middle School students from The Wardlaw+Hartridge School in Edison attended a Chess Tournament on Saturday, April 13 at St. Joseph’s High School in Metuchen. There were two sections of competition: Novice and Open for USCF (United States Chess Federation) members. 

W+H students participating were Vineeth Reddy of Edison, Nathaniel Bravo of Plainfield, Jasteij ...

NJ Deserves Public Health Solutions That Don't Cost Our Religious Freedom

April 21, 2019

I REALLY wish that you could hear what I have to say from Robert F. Kennedy Jr. during a debate with an educated vaccine proponent you really respect, but since no one is willing to debate him, I am lending my voice to this profoundly unpopular perspective. Frankly, I never thought I’d have to summon courage to publicly support informed choice, but seeing as New Jersey legislators have ...