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Littering face masks and Gloves is a Health Hazard

April 6, 2020

Dear TAPinto:

My husband and I are stay-at-homes during this pandemic so we did not witness the following first-hand.

Our friend told us there are face masks and gloves strewn around supermarket parking lots and in shopping carts all over Robbinsville and surrounding locations. This disgusting mess possibly carrying the COVID-19 virus is an obvious health hazard as wind will spread it ...

To Cope with Coronavirus, NJ Farmers Markets Turn to Technology

April 8, 2020

With social distancing rules in place to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, COVID-19, some New Jersey farmers markets have found a new way to serve their vendors and customers.

The Metuchen Farmers Market just launched an online service so that customers can buy produce, meat, prepared foods and other locally produced items that they would normally buy from vendors ...

‘Freshening’: One Tip for Making a Creative, Small Passover Seder

This story first ran on TAPinto East Brunswick.

How does a family have a Passover seder, usually a big event with a sumptuous table, games for kids, shared readings and lots of sweet wine, when practicing social distancing? Most of us are at home now, in small family groups, by ourselves or alone during this festival. Even the profit Elijah may be hesitant to come to the door, no ...

We will Get Through This as Long as We Focus on Staying Healthy

April 7, 2020

As of Sunday, April 5 we had 24 cases of COVID-19 in Robbinsville Township. While this may not seem positive, we also have our first three individuals who have recovered and are out of quarantine. This is actually great news. While the rate of infection has increased, so has the recovery. What is not widely reported, primarily because the statistic is more difficult to track, is more than 250,000 ...

NJEDA Extends Deadline for Responses to RFI Seeking Information to Ensure Access to Seed Capital for Underserved Communities

April 8, 2020

TRENTON, N.J. - In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) has extended the deadline to submit responses to its request for information (RFI) seeking insights into the ways to increase access to capital for Black- and Latinx-led start-ups in New Jersey. Responses will now be accepted through July 29, 2020. The RFI is available ...

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

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 ...

Mercer Community College's Nursing Director Serving Community During Coronavirus Pandemic

WEST WINDSOR, NJ – When Mercer County Community College Director of Nursing Elizabeth Mizerek found out that the COVID-19 pandemic would impact her community, she immediately sprang into action to help.  Mizerek is a member of the Mercer County Medical Reserve Corps (MCMRC), an organization that enlists licensed healthcare professionals (and retirees) to assist during ...

Robbinsville's Comfort Keepers Awarded "America's Best Customer Service" by Newsweek

ROBBINSVILLE, NJ -- With decades of experience providing unparalleled in-home care to clients and their families nationwide, Comfort Keepers® has been recognized by Newsweek as “America’s Best Customer Service” in the category of Home Care Services for Seniors and Disabled.  With one of the largest network of caregivers across the county, Comfort Keepers has been named ...

NJEDA Announces Agencies Selected to Offer Technical Assistance to COVID-19 Impacted Small Businesses Applying for SBA Funding

TRENTON, N.J. (March 30, 2020) – The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) today announced that it is partnering with four organizations to offer support services to businesses seeking federal financial assistance through Small Business Administration (SBA) programs. This technical assistance is the latest in a series of steps New Jersey is taking to help small ...

NJEDA Announces New Initiatives to Support Businesses Impacted by COVID-19

TRENTON – The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) Board today approved a suite of new programs designed to support businesses and workers facing economic hardship due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus COVID-19.   

The package of initiatives includes a grant program for small businesses, a zero-interest loan program for mid-size companies, support for ...