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Bill Protecting Internet Users from Identity Theft Advances

December 10, 2018

TRENTON, NJ -  Data breaches are becoming more frequent and more expensive. Recently, Marriott announced that more than a half million customer accounts had been exposed to hackers. Companies are closer to being required to notify users of online security breaches now because of legislation sponsored by Assemblyman Jay Webber.

The bill expands a list of breaches requiring ...

Elderly Morris County Residents Can Apply Online for State Benefits

MORRISTOWN, NJ -- Morris County residents, 65 years of age or older or between the ages of 18-64 and receiving Social Security disability benefits, are now able to apply for important benefits from NJSAVE with one application. Prior to this new, on-stop application, individuals had to fill out a paper eligibility application for each program.

The goal of the new online application ...

NJ Legislators Approve Bill Banning 3-D Guns

TRENTON, NJ – No Ghost Guns. No 3-D Firearms. And no purchasing any component used in making either of these weapons.

Legislation banning the manufacturing of any untraceable or covert firearm was approved 68-5-3 by the full Assembly and the Senate 31-0 Monday.

The bill (A-3129)- sponsored by Assembly Democrats Paul Moriarty, Gary Schaer and Annette Quijano - would make it illegal to ...

Vincent Fischer and Owen Law Take Oath of Office as Denville Police Officers

DENVILLE, NJ –The Denville Town Council celebrated the hiring of two new police officers, Vincent Fischer and Owen Law, with an Oath of Office swearing-in ceremony during the council’s meeting on Nov. 20.

Fischer attended the Passaic County Police Academy and began his law enforcement career with the Newark Police Department. He joined the Denville Police Department in August 2018 ...

Police Officer Michael Weldon Takes Oath of Office for New Sergeant’s Role

DENVILLE, NJ –The Denville Town Council celebrated police officer Michael Weldon's promotion to sergeant with an Oath of Office swearing-in ceremony during the council’s meeting on Nov. 20.

Born and raised in Denville, Weldon attended Denville public schools and graduated from Morris Knolls High School. He is an alumnus of Villanova University where he earned a bachelor of ...

Newly Elected Denville BOE Member Katie Gould Is up for the Challenge

DENVILLE, NJ – TAPinto Denville caught up with Katie Gould, soon to be the newest member of the Denville Board of Education following last week’s general election, to ask a few questions about the campaign process and her role on the board. Here are her responses:

TAPinto: Can you share your thoughts on the overall election campaign process given you ran uncontested?

KG: I had ...

Morris County Marine's Reflection on Veteran's Day

RANDOLPH, NJ -- On this Veterans Day, as with all Veterans Days, I am eternally grateful for the thanks and well-wishes of all those who have taken the time to express their gratitude. It was my honor to be a Marine, and I am proud to have served a country that does not take its service members for granted.

But that was always not the case. Where I received hugs and adoration upon returning ...

Denville Resident Smith Retains Freeholder Seat; Gould Joins Denville School Board

DENVILLE, NJ – The unofficial results of the 2018 general election have been reported with the following outcomes:

Incumbent Robert Menendez (D) has been re-elected to serve another six years as a U.S. senator.

Mikie Sherrill (D) will serve in the U.S. House of Representatives, 11th Congressional District, for a two-year term.

Incumbent Ann F. Grossi, Esq. (R) ...

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