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Malik Lyons Franchises TAPinto Franklin Township

TAPinto.net is pleased to announce the launch of TAPinto Franklin Township, under the leadership of franchisee and lifelong Franklin Township resident Malik Lyons.   The site covers original local news in Franklin Township, NJ in Somerset County. 

Lyons is a Kean University alum with a BA in Sociology. He also has an MBA from Keller Graduate School of Management. Professionally, he has worked in the fields of education and digital media for companies such as DeVry University, ESPN, and TripAdvisor. 

"The TAPinto franchise affords me the opportunity to spend more time with my family, and enables me to get involved with my community. I am looking forward to providing the residents of Franklin Township with free objective news about their town," Lyons said.

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With more than 55 online local news sites in New Jersey and New York and over 5,000,000 readers, TAPinto provides a robust web and mobile platform to provide stories that are important to the community in real time.   As stories break, TAPinto Franklin Township will inform residents with accurate and relevant information. 

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TAPinto.net was founded by New Providence, New Jersey residents Michael and Lauryn Shapiro, is accredited by the New Jersey Press Association and currently has more than 5M readers.  The all-online hyperlocal news site boasts more than one hundred columnists, a full-service Community Calendar, Business Directory, and local Real Estate Listings. The public can friend TAPinto.net on Facebook at Facebook.com/tapintolocal and can follow TAPinto.net on Twitter at Twitter.com/tapintolocal  
 
In addition, TAPinto.net is currently offering franchise opportunities in CT, MA, FL, NJ, NY, PA and beyond. Anyone interested in starting an online newspaper in their town is invited to Click here for more information. 

TAPinto.net currently covers hyperlocal daily news and information in: Basking Ridge, Bayonne, Bedminster, Berkeley Heights, Bernardsville, Bloomfield, Bridgewater/Raritan, Cedar Grove, Chatham, Clark, Cranbury, Cranford, Denville, East Brunswick, East Orange, East Hanover, Edison, Elizabeth, Far Hills, Flemington, Florham Park, Franklin Township, Green Brook, Hillsborough, Kenilworth, Long Beach Island, Little Falls, Livingston, Madison, Mahopac (NY), Maplewood, Millburn/Short Hills, Milltown/Spotswood, Montville, Montclair, Morristown, Mountainside, New Providence, Newton, North Plainfield, North Salem (NY), Olean (NY), Nutley, Paterson, Peapack & Gladstone, Piscataway, Plainfield, Randolph, Raritan, Roselle/Roselle Park, Roxbury, Scotch Plains/Fanwood, Somerville, Somers (NY), South Brunswick, South Orange, South Plainfield, Sparta, Springfield, Stafford, Summit, Totowa, Union, Verona, Warren, Watchung, West Essex, Westfield, West Orange, Woodland Park and Yorktown (NY). 

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I am Robert A. Quinn, Republican Candidate for State Assembly in Legislative District 17 and I’d like to provide the voters with more detail on who I am.

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Video: Keep Kids Safe on Snap Chat with Help from Union County Sheriff's Office 

August 19, 2017

UNION COUNTY, NJ — Parents and kids all over are using the app “Snap Chat,” but are you sure it’s safe? Did you know that there are features in the app that allow someone to follow you or your kids? It’s called “Snap Map” and it allows users friends to see their exact location. 

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The developer, a subsidiary of the Missouri-based Collegiate Development Group, won approval from the city's zoning board in June to put up a 181-unit apartment ...

Residents Stand Against Racism and Hate at Piscataway Park

Editor's note: This article was written by Staci Berger, one of the event's organizers, not by a TAPinto staffer.

PISCATAWAY, NJ – Nearly 100 area residents and visitors came together to stand against bigotry and prejudice at a vigil held at Perrine Park on Rivercrest Drive in Piscataway Monday night. The “Vigil against Racism and Hate” event was one of many organized ...

South Brunswick: No Injuries As Firefighters Battle Wexford Drive Blaze (VIDEO)

SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ – No injuries were reported as more than 75 firefighters battled a two-alarm blaze in Monmouth Junction Monday afternoon, officials said.

Firefighters from the township and local area fought a fire at 10 Wexford Drive in the Monmouth Junction section of the township during the afternoon Monday.

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More Than 40,000 View Annual India Day Parade In Edison

EDISON, NJ – An estimated crowd of more than 40,000 came out Sunday afternoon for the 13th annual India Day Parade, organizers said.

According to a press release from the Indian Business Association, who sponsored the event, Indian Americans from all over the state attended the parade to celebrate India’s 71st Independence Day.

The parade included Bollywood star Riteish Deshmukh ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — You might think life moves slower on College Farm Road, at the edge of the city and the Rutgers University campus.

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Video: Keep Kids Safe on Snap Chat with Help from Union County Sheriff's Office 

August 19, 2017

UNION COUNTY, NJ — Parents and kids all over are using the app “Snap Chat,” but are you sure it’s safe? Did you know that there are features in the app that allow someone to follow you or your kids? It’s called “Snap Map” and it allows users friends to see their exact location. 

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New Brunswick Council Considers $1.1M Annual Payment Instead of Taxes for Easton Avenue Building

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — The developer that plans to construct a nine-story, mixed-use building off Easton Avenue could pay $1.1 million each year instead of property taxes, if the City Council adopts a proposed ordinance tonight.

The developer, a subsidiary of the Missouri-based Collegiate Development Group, won approval from the city's zoning board in June to put up a 181-unit apartment ...

Residents Stand Against Racism and Hate at Piscataway Park

Editor's note: This article was written by Staci Berger, one of the event's organizers, not by a TAPinto staffer.

PISCATAWAY, NJ – Nearly 100 area residents and visitors came together to stand against bigotry and prejudice at a vigil held at Perrine Park on Rivercrest Drive in Piscataway Monday night. The “Vigil against Racism and Hate” event was one of many organized ...

United by Misgivings, Area Protesters Express Anger with Trump, Extremists and Racism

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SOMERVILLE, NJ  - A crowd of 75 protestors clutching hand-painted signs gathered outside the Unitarian Universalist Church on East Cliff Street Wednesday night expressing anger and frustration with current events and a troubled country increasingly polarized by political differences, racism and violence.

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Patriots Drop Below .500 After Loss to York

 

BRIDGEWATER, NJ-   The York Revolution (20-13, 48-55) defeated the Somerset Patriots (15-16, 57-44) 5-2 before 6,071 fans at TD Bank Ballpark on Wednesday night.

The Revolution took a 1-0 lead in the top of the fourth inning on an RBI single by Isaias Tejeda.

Jared Mitchell’s solo home run (10) in the fifth inning made the score 2-0 in favor of York.

The ...

United by Misgivings, Area Protesters Express Anger with Trump, Extremists and Racism

August 17, 2017

 

SOMERVILLE, NJ  - A crowd of 75 protestors clutching hand-painted signs gathered outside the Unitarian Universalist Church on East Cliff Street Wednesday night expressing anger and frustration with current events and a troubled country increasingly polarized by political differences, racism and violence.

The signs read: "Love Has a Home in Somerville," ...

Patriots Drop Below .500 After Loss to York

 

BRIDGEWATER, NJ-   The York Revolution (20-13, 48-55) defeated the Somerset Patriots (15-16, 57-44) 5-2 before 6,071 fans at TD Bank Ballpark on Wednesday night.

The Revolution took a 1-0 lead in the top of the fourth inning on an RBI single by Isaias Tejeda.

Jared Mitchell’s solo home run (10) in the fifth inning made the score 2-0 in favor of York.

The ...

Video: Keep Kids Safe on Snap Chat with Help from Union County Sheriff's Office 

August 19, 2017

UNION COUNTY, NJ — Parents and kids all over are using the app “Snap Chat,” but are you sure it’s safe? Did you know that there are features in the app that allow someone to follow you or your kids? It’s called “Snap Map” and it allows users friends to see their exact location. 

Snap Chat can be fun when used with caution, according to experts, ...