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10 Things You May Not Know About TAP into Edison

Credits: Marc Krauss

EDISON, NJ - Are you taking full advantage of all that TAP into Edison has to offer? Here are 10 ways to get more out of TAP into Edison.

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10. Check out our neighboring TAP sites, including South Plainfield and East Brunswick for more news you’ll love. Just click on “change town” and select any of the following TAPs: Basking Ridge, Berkeley Heights, Bridgewater/Raritan, Chatham, Clark, Cranford, Denville, East Brunswick, East Orange, Elizabeth, Livingston, Madison, Maplewood, Millburn/Short Hills, Milltown/Spotswood, Montville, Montclair, Morristown, New Providence, Newton, North Plainfield/Green Brook/Watchung, Paterson, Plainfield, Randolph, Roselle/Roselle Park, Roxbury, Scotch Plains/Fanwood, South Brunswick/ Cranbury, South Orange, Sparta, Summit, Verona/Cedar Grove, Warren, West Essex, Westfield and West Orange.

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