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Pop-Up Drive-Thru Food Pantry

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Add to My Calendar 06/10/2020 1:00pm 06/10/2020 3:00pm America/New_York Pop-Up Drive-Thru Food Pantry

The nonprofit SALT Foundation will be holding a Community Love Drive-Thru food pantry event for the needy.

Residents in need can drive up and volunteers will provide pre-packed shopping bags filled with a range of healthy and hearty free fruits, vegetables, breads, and other food.

The event is structured so that all volunteers and recipients can maintain social distancing.

To learn more ...

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State Officials See Contact Tracers as Key Component in Fight Against COVID-19

June 25, 2020

NEW JERSEY – The state is hiring more than 200 contact tracers as part of its ongoing fight against COVID-19, Governor Phil Murphy announced at press conference Wednesday afternoon.

“There are more than 230 tracers being on-boarded,” Murphy said. This is in addition to the 900 tracers already working throughout the state.

Murphy said they are trained to not only find ...

NJ Recording Studio Sets New Standard for Producing Safe Sessions During the Pandemic

July 8, 2020

MONTCLAIR, NJ -- What does the new normal of music production and recording look like in the time of COVID-19? David Amlen and Tony Drootin of Sound on Sound Studios, a full-service recording facility in Montclair, NJ, spoke with TAPintoTV Executive Producer Brian Brodeur about how they are safely getting back to business. 

Upon deciding to reopen, Amlen and Drootin walked through the ...

State Officials See Contact Tracers as Key Component in Fight Against COVID-19

June 25, 2020

NEW JERSEY – The state is hiring more than 200 contact tracers as part of its ongoing fight against COVID-19, Governor Phil Murphy announced at press conference Wednesday afternoon.

“There are more than 230 tracers being on-boarded,” Murphy said. This is in addition to the 900 tracers already working throughout the state.

Murphy said they are trained to not only find ...

July 8 COVID-19 Update: Nine New Cases Overnight in Franklin, 133 Lives Lost

July 8, 2020

SOMERVILLE, NJ - The Somerset County Department of Health on Wednesday reported a total of 4,398 cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus, an increase of 19 new cases overnight; with the death toll increasing to 458 victims.

Franklin has a total of 1,333 COVID-19 cases an increase of 9 overnight, and 133 deaths since the pandemic hit New Jersey in ...

Somerville: MVC Opens: 6-Hour Wait, Line Snakes Through Neighborhood

SOMERVILLE, NJ - By late morning, the line of people waiting to get inside the state Motor Vehicle Commission office at 10 Roosevelt Pl. had grown to over 500 people and stretched for several hundred yards down the street and on to Schoolhouse Lane before extending further on to Fieldstone Drive.

Most people on the line seemed resigned to the long wait, the first day the ...

Down by the River, All is Quiet and Peaceful

SOMERVILLE, NJ - Two days in to the July 4th Holiday weekend, all is quiet along the Raritan River, according to Somerville Police who report they've turned away several car loads of out-of-town motorists looking to park and carry their coolers, chairs and grills to picnic along the mud flats known as Somerville Beach adjacent to the Route 206 bridge connecting Somerville and ...

July 8 COVID-19 Update: Nine New Cases Overnight in Franklin, 133 Lives Lost

July 8, 2020

SOMERVILLE, NJ - The Somerset County Department of Health on Wednesday reported a total of 4,398 cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus, an increase of 19 new cases overnight; with the death toll increasing to 458 victims.

Franklin has a total of 1,333 COVID-19 cases an increase of 9 overnight, and 133 deaths since the pandemic hit New Jersey in ...

Somerville: MVC Opens: 6-Hour Wait, Line Snakes Through Neighborhood

SOMERVILLE, NJ - By late morning, the line of people waiting to get inside the state Motor Vehicle Commission office at 10 Roosevelt Pl. had grown to over 500 people and stretched for several hundred yards down the street and on to Schoolhouse Lane before extending further on to Fieldstone Drive.

Most people on the line seemed resigned to the long wait, the first day the ...