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Sr. League Baseball Tourney: Impressive Show for Neighboring Randolph

July 23, 2019

Bangor, ME -- Randolph Baseball’s Senior League All Star team, (recently named State Champion from New Jersey), opened the Senior Little League Eastern Regional Tournament in Bangor, Maine with an impressive showing on Friday, July 19. The team defeated New York’s state champion, Half Hollow Hills Little League, from Dix Hills, by a score of 15-0 in four innings.

Facing their ...

Roxbury Mayor Wants More Precision in Lake Hopatcong Swim Advisories

ROXBURY, NJ -- Roxbury Mayor Bob DeFillippo last night called upon state officials to “be more precise” in determining which parts of Lake Hopatcong should be avoided due to an ongoing harmful algal bloom (HAB).

Speaking at a special meeting of the Lake Hopatcong Commission - a session attended by about 200 people as well as state, county and local officials - DeFillippo criticized ...

Sources: Barchi Will Step Down as Rutgers President in 2020

July 22, 2019

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ -- Rutgers President Robert Barchi, whose tenure at the 253-year-old school has been marked by unprecedented successes as well as setbacks, will step down after the 2019-20 school year.

Barchi's pending departure was confirmed to TAPinto by a source familiar with the situation.

The announcement of Barchi's apparent exit gives school officials time to find ...

Freiman: Anti-Semitic Flyer Posted in Hillsborough Infuriating, Frightening

HILLSBOROUGH, NJ –Police continue to investigate the posting of an anti-Semitic flier on the glass doorway of the township municipal building last week.

A township employee found the flier when she arrived for work.

State Assemblyman Roy Freiman (D-Somerset, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex), who lives in a neighborhood not far from the Peter J. Biondi Municipal complex on South Branch ...

50 Years Later, Apollo 11 Remains Our Greatest Achievement

The 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11 commemorates the single greatest achievement in the history of mankind.

In our world of rankings, I don’t think anyone can argue the point.

A man walked on the moon.

A member of species earthbound for thousands upon thousands of years, left footprints on that mysterious silver globe in the sky that inspired wonder and fear since man’s ...

New Jersey Date Night: A Revolutionary Morristown Bar Crawl

July 20, 2019

New Jersey Date Night is a series on NJ Flavor by relationship writer Craig Rogers.

Nothing beats a warm summer night — the perfect time to grab your date’s hand and go for a walk. With so many quaint New Jersey towns from which to choose there’s no shortage of options, but Morristown stands out thanks to great architecture and history dating back to the Revolutionary War. It ...

Allergy Friendly Chocolate Pudding Fruit Tart

Cheryl Marks Young is a New Jersey food allergy awareness advocate and the creator and chief curator for The Allergy Ninja. Read her essay, “11 Things I Wish Everyone Knew About Families with Severe Food Allergies,” here.

Need a fun summer dessert that someone with food allergies can enjoy? Use their favorite fruit and cookies to make this tart. The easy homemade pudding is ...

Weather Is Hot and the Fishing Is Solid: LBI Area Fishing Report

July 21, 2019

LONG BEACH ISLAND REGION -- While the fishing may not be quite as hot as our weather has been recently, the action is strong enough to please most anglers. The biggest complaint I have heard is the difficulty in catching keeper fluke while having to release so many short fish.

Andy Tonnesen at Tony’s Bait and Tackle in Manahawkin tells me there is an abundance of small fluke in both ...

Take Time to Enjoy What These New Jersey Day Trips Have to Offer

Summer allows for leisure - being outside and exploring new interests. New Jerseyans have a tendency to hurry through life rather than taking time to enjoy it. There are many places to visit within a few hours' drive. Whether it's a family trip or a day spent with friends, this list includes activities for all:

U-pick farms – Summertime growing varies for each ...

GFWC Woman's Club of Denville/Rockaway Area Collecting New School Supplies

July 12, 2019

GFWC Woman’s Club of Denville/Rockaway Area:  Back to School Supplies Drive Underway

While you are shopping for your new school supplies, please consider buying some extra items for those who are less fortunate. The GFWC Woman’s Club of the Denville-Rockaway Area has set up collection sites around town to help make your donation easy!  All donations will be ...

Hoboken Real Estate Market Fueled by Families and New Businesses

July 12, 2019

HOBOKEN, NJ -- In Part 2 of HomeGrown: Hoboken, Host Stephanie Willoughby talks with two women business owners in the mile-square city about how Hoboken’s revival and growth has also made the city a more welcoming place for families.  

Pamela Kalman, Owner of PKL Properties, spoke about the thriving real estate market in Hoboken.  Kalman said that there is no ...

Steve Adubato Talks Sopranos Prequel and Gandolfini Legacy with Actor Matt Servitto

NEW JERSEY -- Teaneck, NJ native, actor Matt Servitto, appeared on One-on-One with Steve Adubato, where he discussed the upcoming Sopranos prequel movie currently being filmed in New Jersey.

Servitto, who played FBI Special Agent Dwight Harris on the show, said that with this year being the 20th anniversary of the airing of the Sopranos, James Gandolfini has been on his mind a lot these ...

‘The Wake’ Travels Through Loss and Forgiveness at Premiere Stages

‘The Wake’ travels through loss and forgiveness at Premiere Stages

By Liz Keill

UNION, NJ – In a new play by Tammy Ryan, we learn about family angst in the midst of a hurricane in Florida.

The complicated, rambling plot involves Maggie (Kathy Rae O’Donnell) who wants to scatter her dead sister’s ashes in the ocean. She’s waiting for her older sister, ...

A Quick Primer to Jersey Shore Lingo

July 17, 2019

JERSEY SHORE – Those who live at the Jersey Shore year round speak a language of their own. Actually, it’s often a mix of dialects from other parts of Jersey, New York and those who come from the near west. Philadelphia, that is.

Most make a common distinction. They are not anything like the Jersey Shore cast whose drama captivates avid watchers throughout the United States. In ...

Morris County Celebrates 'Diversity Day'

July 16, 2019

MORRISTOWN, NJ -- Dozens of people gathered on the Morristown Green on July 14 to celebrate differences during the second annual Diversity Day.

Muhammed Ali Chaudry, president of the Islamic Society of Basking Ridge, spoke about the current circumstances we live in and the divisiveness, hatred and bigotry that people are experiencing.

Chaudry challenged the audience by asking, “What ...

"Tag it and Leave it" Inspection Program to Come to Morris County

July 9, 2019

MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Morris County Municipal Utilities Authority (MUA) has been finding unacceptable materials in the recycling stream, they said in a press release.

The MUA's "all in one" single stream curbside recycling program is now looking to reduce the amount of "unacceptable" materials found by implementing a "tag-it and leave-it" inspection ...

Keep Furry Friends Safe during the Dog Days of Summer

July 18, 2019

DENVILLE, NJ – The dog days of summer are here and with the rise in temperatures comes the need to keep pets cool and safe.

“If it is hot for you and me, it’s hot for your pet, too,” said animal activist Adriana Bayone. “The difference is they do not have a voice and cannot tell you they do not feel okay.”

Do not leave dogs – or any animal for that ...