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May 31, 2020

                        Hip New Jersey Stays Home to Benefit the New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund Telethon Features a Star-Studded Group of NJ Musicians, Athletes, Personalities and More Hip New Jersey, the Garden State’s premier lifestyle television ...

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TRENTON, NJ – Day care centers for the children of essential workers have been opened throughout the COVID-19 crisis. As Governor Phil Murphy announced Friday, they reopen to other parents on June 15.  Within the next few weeks, non-contact sports activities and youth day camps also may open up.

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Hurrying off to The Hamptons or Hilton Head? Carpooling to Cape Cod or Cape May? With Memorial Day behind us and summer just down the road, a Rutgers expert recommends that you pack your hand sanitizer, mask and common sense along with your sunscreen and sandals when you go on ...

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NEW JERSEY: All Passaic County residents can now sign up to receive a free COVID-19 saliva test kit that can be self-administered at home.  This is the first at-home testing model being conducted by any local or county government in the State of New Jersey. The Passaic County Board of Chosen ...

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Below is the video, courtesy of Belmar’s multimedia director John Sabia.   JERSEY SHORE — A family of swans on Silver Lake captured the public’s attention this week — and even starred in their own Belmar video. But is seems that since the adult pair of swans and their cygnets were ...

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Get your coffee or tea on and join Beacon of Life for some great conversation and reconnecting!  MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ: Just like always, Beacon of Life, A Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly, has been here for you! Yes, it's been different, without all the fun social gatherings Beacon ...

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A Rock and Roll Tribute to the 80's! Saturday May 30th, at 7PM EST (6 PM CST) Join David Ellefson of Megadeth and Thom Hazaert for the latest DAVID ELLEFSON YOUTH MUSIC FOUNDATION/GRAMMY MUSIC EDUCATION COALITION live-stream extravaganza, THE DECADE THAT ...

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TRENTON, NJ - Lieutenant Governor Sheila Oliver joined the governor and other officials at yesterday’s daily COVID-19 press conference. Donning her hat as the head of New Jersey’s Department of Community Affairs, Oliver introduced the implementation of a temporary rental assistance ...

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RICHARD WAYNE HOGAN 75, of NEPTUNE passed away Monday evening, May 18th at Bayshore Hospital, Holmdel, of complications from COVID-19. "Dick" was a lifelong resident of Neptune Township, a highly respected Ocean Grove Main Avenue attorney and leader of numerous community and charity ...

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TRENTON, NJ -- The reopening process for the State of New Jersey continues as Gov. Phil Murphy on Frday announced that he has lifted restrictions for daycare centers, summer camps, and non-contact youth sports. The reopening dates are: Child care centers (June 15) Non-contact organized ...

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The Internal Revenue Service  announced today that later this summer taxpayers will for the first time be able to file their Form 1040-X, Amended U.S Individual Income Tax Return, electronically using available tax software products. Making the 1040-X an electronically filed form has been a goal ...

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MIDDLETOWN, NJ: Share your talent and support the gem of Middletown: The Middletown Arts Center!  SUBMISSION DEADLINE: June 20, 2020 at 11:59 pm   BROADCAST DATE: June 26, 2020 at 7 pm Enter the Middletown Arts Center Virtual Talent Show, our annual talent competition open to any and all! ...

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TRENTON, NJ  — New Jersey’s medical director on Thursday set the record straight on the newly-arrived trend of donning a face mask as means of COVID-19 protection but not including one’s nose — known as “mask droop syndrome.” “We understand that it’s uncomfortable, that people have problems with ...

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THIS EVENT ALREADY SUCCESSFULLY OCCURRED WITH A GREAT CROWD OF SUPPORT! THANK YOU FROM ST. LEO THE GREAT!!  Usually, Saint Leo's would be in full swing preparing for the Annual Carnival... which is not happening this year..... BUT, You can still enjoy their hot, fresh and ...

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NEW JERSEY — (Updated 11:48 a.m. and 10:00 p.m.) Amid statewide increasing pressure from elected officials, students and their families, Gov. Phil Murphy announced Tuesday that schools will be allowed to have in-person graduation ceremonies, something that would have previously been prohibited ...

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As Economic Impact Payments continue to be successfully delivered, the Internal Revenue Service today reminds taxpayers that some payments are being sent by prepaid debit card. The debit cards arrive in a plain envelope from “Money Network Cardholder Services.”  Nearly 4 million people are being ...

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TRENTON, NJ — One month into New Jersey’s recovery period, trends in data are showing the state is well past COVID-19’s harrowing April peak.  But according to officials, the decreases in new cases and hospitalizations aren’t a declaration of victory. Gov. Phil Murphy reminded citizens on ...

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“My client’s needs and desires are my top priority. I can assure you that as my client, you will receive the individual attention and care that you deserve.” Adrienne Marcigliano MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ: There is certainly no slowing the tenacity of EXIT Realty East Coast agent Adrienne ...

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Middletown, NJ: Have fun, get creative and support the MAC! The Middletown Arts Center is calling for artists of all ages and abilities to decorate lawn signs for the “Sign of the Times” Public Art Event to help celebrate the strength of our community during these difficult times. It's ...

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The article below is being featured as part of the  Talk About the Good  campaign. WESTFIELD, NJ — Sherry Cronin knew finding her engagement ring and an accompanying earring that found their way in the garbage would be a challenge, but she tried anyway — and her trip to the incinerator paid ...

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HOLMDEL, NJ - Schools may be closed but cyber-bullying remains open. Now, a series of powerful videos about Cyber Safe Schools is available to Students, Parents and School Faculty at STOPit Solutions. STOPit Solutions, located in the iconic #Metroburb of Bell Works in Holmdel, is ...

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It's so easy as women to put ourselves last... sometimes we need to take a breathe, and put ourselves at the top of the list and....  Dear friends, Hope you had a good long weekend and a chance to celebrate with friends and family safely! Summer is unofficially here (even if it feels like ...

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TRENTON, NJ - Class of 2020, grab your caps, gowns and get ready for the pomp and circumstance of a live graduation ceremony. Gov. Phil Murphy announced at his daily COVID-19 press briefing today that outdoor graduation ceremonies adhering to appropriate health and safety guidelines can be held ...

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Holmdel, NJ – The halt of traditional teaching and the transition to virtual was sudden. It has been a time of educational change in NJ and throughout the country. However, remote learning hasn’t stopped a team of the Holmdel School District's Indian Hill School science teachers, from delivering an ...

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HOLMDEL, NJ - Get ready graduates!   According to Governor Murphy, "beginning July 6th, schools WILL have the opportunity to hold outdoor graduation ceremonies that comply with social distancing – ensuring the health and safety of all in attendance."    This is sure to be welcome news to ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – The parent of a Rutgers student has filed a class-action lawsuit against the university seeking repayment for tuition and other costs Rutgers is withholding in violation of state law, the suit alleges. The parent, who is represented by the Seattle-based firm of Hagens Berman ...

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TAPintoTV spoke with one of our favorite experts, Clinical Psychologist Meryl Dorf, to help those having difficulty handling the stresses of the COVID-19 pandemic. With May being Mental Health Awareness Month, we called on Dorf to provide guidance for navigating the uncertainty a crisis like this ...

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Jersey Shore:  — L.E.A.D. (Law Enforcement Against Drugs) kicked off the first-ever New Jersey Social Distance Walk this week on the Belmar boardwalk — a fundraising effort to help keep local drug prevention programs in communities and schools. You can organize one in your town too!  Standing ...

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TAPinto Spotlight on an amazing Holmdel 7th graders! The article below is being featured as part of the  Talk About the Good  campaign. HOLMDEL, NJ: Ishani Singh & Nicole Kaneare are both 7th graders residing in Holmdel, New Jersey. They reached out to TAPinto Holmdel: "We were heartbroken ...

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