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International Jeweler Trollbeads Now Making Robbinsville Home

September 5, 2019

ROBBINSVILLE, NJ --   Looking for a special piece of customized jewelry for yourself, a family member or a friend? Central Jersey shoppers and gift-givers now need look no further than Robbinsville’s newest business: Trollbeads.

Trollbeads was founded in 1976 in Copenhagen, Denmark by Soren “Silversmith” Nielsen who created the ...

What's Open And Closed On Labor Day?

NEW JERSEY - The three day Labor Day weekend typically marks the unofficial end of summer as most teachers and students head back to school on the days following the federal holiday. Labor Day dates all the way back to the late 1800s. The concept to recognize the contribution of America's workers was born from the labor movement which fought to bring proper working conditions, hours and pay ...

New Courtyard Marriot Hotel Breaks Ground in Hamilton

HAMILTON, NJ --  Local residents will soon have another hotel option for friends, family or work associates visiting the area at the new Courtyard. On Wednesday Hamilton Mayor Kelly Yaede and hotel executives celebrated the ground-breaking of the hotel which will be located at 530 State Highway 130 near the Shoppes at Hamlton and Fed Ex Distribution Center.  

The Hamilton ...

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NEW JERSEY - The Garden State is more than "What Exit?" - we know that, and you know that, that's why we're so happy to share in the #NationalNewJerseyDay celebrations across the state. is a network of more than 80 hyperlocal news sites, with reporters based in the  towns we cover - that's how our readers discover information found no where else. Our ...

Stronger Equal Pay Protections in Place Under New Law

TRENTON, NJ --  Employers will no longer be able to ask job applicants to disclose their salary history in the application process under new restrictions signed into law Thursday by Acting Governor Sheila Oliver. The law sponsored by Assemblymen Daniel Benson and Wayne DeAngelo and legislative colleagues is aimed at closing the significant gender gap in ...

NJ Amazon Centers Kick into Lightening Speed to Ship Prime Day Deals

EDISON, NJ -  There was a buzz in the air at the Amazon fulfillment center last week. Many of the 2,000 workers inside this 900,000 square foot center were dutifully, briskly ramping up for Prime Day, which ends tonight.

The 36-hour special Amazon Prime Day allows members to take advantage of millions of deals on everything from rice cakes to running shoes, from TVs to toddler beds, ...


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Council President, Mayoral Candidate Martin Statement on Criminal Charge Against Mayor Yaede

September 4, 2019

HAMILTON, NJ  – “Yesterday was another sad chapter for Hamilton's families -- one in a long book of sad chapters under Mayor Kelly Yaede's stewardship.  Mayor Yaede, the chief executive of Hamilton Township, was charged by the county prosecutor with actions that can only be described as unacceptable and shocking abuses of ...

TAPinto Launches Milestones: Wedding Announcements, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, Graduations, Reunions and More

September 14, 2019 has launched Milestones, a new section dedicated to publishing reader wedding announcements, bar/bat mitzvah announcements, graduations, reunions and more. 

Free for a limited time, readers can submit important milestones in their lives and those of their family, and have them published on TAPinto, enabling the community to hear about the happy news and join in the ...

Murphy Administration Announces $54 Million Investment in Child Care

Administration commitment to working families focuses on affordable, quality child care

(TRENTON) – First Lady Tammy Murphy and New Jersey Human Services Commissioner Carole Johnson today announced that families throughout the state who receive support from New Jersey’s child care subsidy program will see $54 million ($30 million federal; $24 million state) in increased funding as ...

Murphy Administration Boosts Payments for Families & Individuals in Need

WorkFirst NJ Cash Assistance Benefits Increasing 20 Percent


TRENTON, NJ  – Human Services Commissioner Carole Johnson today announced WorkFirst NJ cash assistance benefits are increasing by 20 percent for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families and General Assistance recipients. 

Today's announcement builds on the Murphy Administration's ongoing effort ...