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By JACK MURTHAMarch 22, 2017
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — No bike? No problem.
Rutgers University—along with a number of state and local partners, including New Brunswick—is gearing up to launch a regional bicycle-share program. The undertaking, known as Knight Cycle, would give people access to bikes in the Hub City and several nearby communities, according to the school.
But the details of the bike-share ...
By TAPINTO SUMMIT STAFFMarch 22, 2017
SUMMIT, NJ - Nadim Ahmed, currently President, Worldwide Markets for Celgene Corporation, has been elected to the National Board of Directors of Family Promise which, like Celegen, is headquartered in Summit.
“I am very honored to be joining the Family Promise Board, an organization that has taken on the challenge of homelessness on behalf of the most vulnerable ...
By TAPINTO SOMERVILLE STAFFMarch 22, 2017
SOMERVILLLE, NJ– Following his landslide victory in Burlington County Monday night, Republican Assemblyman and candidate for governor Jack Ciattarellii (R-16) continued his momentum by announcing slew of new endorsements in Middlesex and Union Counties in advance of their respective conventions this week, as well as in Hunterdon, Somerset and Burlington Counties.
By BRENDA A. NEMCEKMarch 21, 2017
WARREN, NJ – Two Watchung Hills students who helped to save a classmate's life were recognized at the meeting of the Watchung Hills Board of Education on Tuesday.
WHRHS student Sarah Magaldo went into sudden cardiac arrest while on one of the events on the Project Adventure course on the morning of Jan. 19. Two students who had just ...
By JACK MURTHAMarch 21, 2017
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — Welcome back, spring breakers. While your time off was surely exciting, New Brunswick has a lot going on, too. So dive back into life in the Hub City.
Check out TAPinto New Brunswick’s weekly roundup of some of the best tickets in the city.
Tuesday, March 21
Magic’s in the air. That’s because MAZE is set to perform at 7 p.m. in Trayes Hall. The ...
By TAPINTO.NET STAFFMarch 21, 2017
EDISON, NJ - Five varsity swimmers from The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison were named to the Greater Middlesex Conference All-Division teams. Pictured, from left: Armaan Kapoor of Millburn, Zach Brown of South Plainfield, Logan D'Amore of Scotch Plains and Kelly Lawrence of Scotch Plains. (Not pictured: Jason Yin of Scotch Plains.)
Two W-H swim records were set in the pool this winter ...
By JACK MURTHAMarch 20, 2017
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — Alie Kanu was on his way to completing high school in 2011 when his older brother died.
That Kanu had finished primary and much of secondary school in itself was a feat. He was born and raised in Congo Town, a poor community prone to seasonal flooding and without basic sanitary infrastructure, in the embattled West-African nation of Sierra Leone.
He was waiting for ...