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Walmart Walls Tumble in Roxbury

July 17, 2019

ROXBURY, NJ – Demolition crews are well on their way to removing the last remaining walls of the former Ledgewood Walmart and a Roxbury official said construction of the new store – and others in the proposed Shops at Ledgewood Commons – should begin after Labor Day.

The Walmart knock down is being done by Vollers, a demolition and excavation company from North ...

Missing Driver Found by Law Enforcement in Morris County-Owned Park

MORRIS COUNTY, NJ --  Morris County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Section Detective John Granato successfully teamed with the Morris County Park Police to locate a man who fell asleep off a hiking trail in the densely wooded Silas Condict Park in Kinnelon.

Detective Granato and his K-9 partner Spike, a 4-year-old Belgian Malinois and German Shepherd mix, were requested by the Park Police to ...

First Responders Battle Blaze at Baltusrol Clubhouse in Springfield

July 17, 2019

SPRINGFIELD, NJ – Springfield firefighters and other first responders answered a call to Baltusrol Golf Club Tuesday, July 16, for a small blaze that broke out in the clubhouse of the famed golf course.

Just before noon, the fire broke out on the third-floor side facing the golf course. That area is set up as hotel accommodations for guests to lodge when they come to the ...

Malinowski Talks Politics and Public Policy with Somerville Crowd

SOMERVILLE, NJ  - About 75 guests obliged Rep. Tom Malinowski, D-7, and showed up at Cheech’s Own for a cup of coffee July 13, but the first-term congressman didn’t get to share a fresh brew with them because he was too busy talking and answering questions about the drama, frustrations, idealism, legislative battles and  political realities of Washington, DC.

Six months ...

Fireworks on the Fourth of July is a Jersey First

As you watch the rockets glare and bombs burst into the New Jersey skies this weekend, share this little bit of Jerseyana with the people on the blanket or lawn chairs next to you.

The first “fireworks” display to celebrate the anniversary of the Declaration of Independence was ordered by George Washington himself along the banks of the Raritan River.

Yes, fireworks on the ...

11 Things I Wish Everyone Knew About Families with Severe Food Allergies

July 15, 2019

Cheryl Marks Young is a New Jersey food allergy awareness advocate and the creator and chief curator for The Allergy Ninja. Read more about her at the end of this article.

We all know that family with the “allergy kid.” You know, the ones that always bring their own food to parties and create a safe space between their kids and the party food. We are that family, and we have two ...

Make the Best Cold Brew Iced Coffee this Summer

Ahrre Maros knows a few things about coffee. The owner of Ahrre’s Coffee Roastery in Westfield and Summit, who roasts his beans in Plainfield, has been in the coffee shop business in Union County for 30 years as of this summer.

Maros shared his secrets for making a great batch of cold brew coffee at home.

“The important thing about cold brew is that when you brew the coffee at ...

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

July 17, 2019

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 ...

Have a Sunnier Tax Season with These Summertime IRS Tax Tips

Buying a home? Working a summer job? Volunteering? Activities that are common in the summer often qualify for tax credits or deductions. And, while summertime and part-time workers may not earn enough to owe federal income tax, they should remember to file a return to get a refund for taxes withheld early next year.

Here are some summertime tax tips from the IRS that can help taxpayers during ...

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 ...

‘Shakespeare’s Long Lost Play’ Takes Audience to Giddy Heights

MADISON, NJ – Since this rambunctious production takes place outdoors, we’re not too concerned with subtleties or even Shakespearean language.

This farce, “William Shakespeare’s Long Lost First Play (abridged),”  written by Reed Martin and Austin Tichenor is directed with verve and no-holds-barred by Brian B. Crowe. Martin apparently has a talent for this ...

Tax Relief on Jersey Shore Rentals Now in Hands of Gov. Murphy

July 10, 2019

TRENTON, NJ — Shore homeowners who rent directly to vacationers are looking to salvage at least part of the summer from having to collect a new 11.6 percent tax on those short-term rentals.

The state Legislature has passed a bill (A4814) that ensures these homeowners are not subject to a 2018 law that expanded the state’s 6.625 percent sales and use tax, and five percent hotel and ...

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 ...

TAPinto's Dogs Share How Their People Help Them Deal with Fireworks

July 5, 2019

The repetitive loud noise of fireworks can be frightening for animals, so much so that more dogs go missing around Independence Day than any other time of year.

TAPinto owners, editors, and reporters have learned how to help their rescue dogs get through the night and share their tips and tricks with readers across the state.

TAPinto Verona's Zoey and Myra. Zoey is a ...