Press Releases

October 16, 2018

(TRENTON) – New Jersey First Lady Tammy Murphy and New Jersey Department of Human Services Commissioner Carole Johnson on Tuesday announced $38 million in new investments in child care to help more families find services they need and to advance quality child care. “Children are the foundation ...

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On Saturday, September 15th, the New Jersey Children's Alliance, a statewide nonprofit dedicated to improving access to quality, comprehensive services to victims of child abuse, will host their 5th Annual Heroes for Children 5K and Family Fun Run/Walk at the Clipper Pavilion in the Turtleback Zoo ...

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Old Bridge, NJ- Middlesex County Freeholder Candidate Rich Castaldo released the following statement calling out Freeholder Shanti Narra over her hypocrisy on women’s issues.  Freeholder Narra was one of 88 women “leaders” who released a statement calling out Bob Hugin over decades old allegations ...

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TRENTON, NJ - Washington’s heated rhetoric and constant attempts to sabotage health care coverage is causing uncertainty these days for far too many families. It’s not right, so here in New Jersey we are fighting back and taking a stand for quality health care coverage. Under Governor Phil ...

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EDISON, NJ -- Middle School students at The Wardlaw+Hartridge School in Edison capped a stellar and productive year of service activities by presenting a check for $3,065.50 with funds raised through business ventures conducted by eighth graders. The funds will be directed to the MicroDreams ...

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Summit, NJ – July 30, 2018 – Susan G. Komen North Jersey announced last week that they will be moving their headquarters to Parsippany. Since its founding in 1997, the Affiliate has called Summit its home; they started in the basement of their founder and grew so fast that a move to a small office ...

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Olympian and Union Catholic High School alum Sydney McLaughlin, who turned pro after one of the greatest "one and done" seasons in NCAA Track and Field history at the University of Kentucky, has signed with talent agency WME (William Morris Endeavor), according to a report in Sports Business ...

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Middlesex County is looking for high school and college students who want to improve and protect our environment and don’t mind lifting, bending, and getting dirt under their finger nails. Applications are now being accepted for the Middlesex County Youth Conservation Corps, whose mission is to ...

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EDISON, NJ - Citing a total lack of investment in economic development, Edison Councilman Joe Coyle voted no on the 2018 budget proposal  submitted by Edison Mayor Thomas Lankey.  “We can’t rely on budget gimmicks like spending  all our tax surplus nor can we continuously increase taxes on our ...

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Speaking to a crowd of about 110 people at Jersey Water Works’ annual membership meeting on Thursday, Assemblywoman Nancy Pinkin (D-Middlesex), who chairs the Assembly Environment and Solid Waste Committee, spoke about New Jersey’s mounting obligation to update the state’s water infrastructure and ...

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Time for the whole family to experience adventure this summer!  Have some free summer evenings and ready for a summer evening of family fun?!  Families are invited to attend any of four Family Adventure Nights at Camp Wheeler or Watchung Day Camp at no cost. Program consists of archery shooting, ...

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How often do you read TAPinto?  Have you downloaded the TAPinto APP?  These are a few of the questions for readers in our 2018 TAPinto Reader Survey. We want to hear from you!  Our survey deadline is July 30, 2018. The survey will take less than five minutes to complete and will help TAPinto ...

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