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Taxpayers need to resume payments by July 15

July 13, 2020

(UNITED STATES) – The IRS today reminds taxpayers who took advantage of the People First Initiative tax relief and did not make previously owed tax payments between March 25 to July 15 that they need to restart their payments.

As the IRS continues to reopen its operations across the country, taxpayers who were in payment agreements and skipped any payments from March 25 and July 15 ...

New Jersey Orators Received a CORVID-19 Impact Grant from NJ Council for the Humanities

(NEW JERSEY) -- The New Jersey Orators, Inc. (NJO) is excited to announce the award of a CORVID-19 Response Grant for $3,000 from the New Jersey Council for the Humanities (NJCH). Not only as a partner, but we welcome NJCH into the New Jersey Orators family as their timely gift will support our recovery efforts and our NJO Virtual Programming for the fall.

“Eighty-two organizations were ...

Orange School Food Distribution

July 12, 2020

(ORANGE, NJ) - City of Orange Township's Summer Food Program, June 29-August 21, Monday – Friday. The program is available to children up to 18 years old. Meals are also available to persons with disabilities over the age of 18 who usually participate in school programs for people who are mentally or physically disabled. Participants are asked to wear a ...

Emergency Food Distribution July 16 in Weequahic Park

July 12, 2020

Essex County, NJ — The next Essex County Emergency Food Distribution Event  will be on Thursday, July 16 in Essex County Weequahic Park in Newark to help families negatively impacted by the coronavirus. The 1,000 boxes of food that will be distributed are meant to benefit families who have been forced out of work and are not able to afford food. 

It will be held as ...

COVID-19 Tried to Kill Him. What Rutgers' Chief Operating Officer Learned From His Ordeal

July 14, 2020

(NEW JERSEY) – It was taking all of Antonio Calcado’s considerable strength and stamina to safeguard Rutgers as it faced an unprecedented emergency. This was March, COVID-19 was emerging as a deadly threat and how to mitigate its spread had consumed nearly every moment of his work week. He left the office on Friday looking forward to some relaxation.

Less than 48 hours later, ...