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Wesley United Methodist Church, South Plainfield

Fundraising Brunch for Ronald McDonald House

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Add to My Calendar 01/25/2020 12:00pm 01/25/2020 1:00pm America/New_York Fundraising Brunch for Ronald McDonald House

Smash Kids Cancer is hosting a fundraising brunch to raise money for Ronald McDonald House of Central & Northern New Jersey. Smash Kids Cancer is a charitable group that raises money for pediatric cancer care and research. Many families with seriously ill children receive support and housing at the Ronald McDonald House while they receive care at nearby medical facilities. Through generous ...

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Middlesex County has the Information You Need

April 6, 2020

MIDDLESEX COUNTY, NJ - Middlesex County has established an online clearinghouse for information, services, and opportunities during the COVID-19 emergency.  

Residents are encouraged to use this link to find information about the virus that is local to the county and the individual communities in it.  There are also links to activities and exercise programs that residents may ...

Murphy Orders County, State Parks Closed as Coronavirus Cases Rise to 44,416

April 7, 2020

TRENTON, NJ — State and county parks are closing to help contain the spread of coronavirus, under one of a handful of executive orders the governor signed Tuesday.

Gov. Phil Murphy ordered that the parks be closed to help with enforcement of social distancing. Authorities have found too many times that people are wrongly gathering in parks, Murphy said.

“We understand that ...

Op-Ed: Energy Efficiencies Should Benefit All New Jerseyans, Not Just the More Affluent

April 7, 2020

We need a clear strategy to share the benefits of lower energy bills, reduced pollution with all residents.

In these challenging times, we cannot help but think about the impact of this pandemic on those who already struggle to make ends meet. Those who had challenges paying their utilities bills will struggle further as those bills will likely increase beyond their means due to the ...

Karabinchak Proposes Bill to Extend Deadline for Property Tax Payment

TRENTON, NJ: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic that has brought wide sectors of the economy to a halt, Assemblyman Robert Karabinchak (NJ-18) is introducing a bill to extend property tax deadlines to provide relief to property taxpayers. This extension will help taxpayers weather the economic freeze and prevent a negative impact to their long-term credit profiles. This legislation will extend the ...

TAPinto Featured Franchisee: Professors Rich and Anne Lee of TAPinto Greater Olean

The featured TAPinto franchisee for the month of April 2020 are journalism professors Rich and Anne Lee from St. Bonaventure University, who, together with their students, operate TAPinto Greater Olean.  TAPinto Greater Olean is owned by St. Bonaventure University's Jandoli School of Communication.

Q. Why did you want to franchise a TAPinto site? 

We were familiar ...

Russ Cirincione, a New Deal Democrat, files to run for Congress against incumbent Frank Pallone in the Democratic Primary

April 6, 2020

Old Bridge, NJ—Russ Cirincione, a New Deal Democrat, filed to run for Congress in New Jersey’s CD-6 (Middlesex and Monmouth). Cirincione is challenging 32-year incumbent Congressman Frank Pallone in the Democratic primary election on June 2, 2020.

Russ Cirincione is a 32-year-old father and government attorney. Russ said this about his campaign: “I’m running because we ...

Op-Ed: Energy Efficiencies Should Benefit All New Jerseyans, Not Just the More Affluent

April 7, 2020

We need a clear strategy to share the benefits of lower energy bills, reduced pollution with all residents.

In these challenging times, we cannot help but think about the impact of this pandemic on those who already struggle to make ends meet. Those who had challenges paying their utilities bills will struggle further as those bills will likely increase beyond their means due to the ...

Welcome to Mommy Mayor

Six years ago I started this journey that I called Mommy Mayor. I was embarking on my third year on council, my first term as Mayor and I did so with a toddler and infant in hand.

I started Mommy Mayor as an opportunity to highlight all that woman can do, to bring awareness to the successes and obstacles that come with being a working mom and a mom in public service. To be honest I also did it ...