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NJSIAA: Winter Sports Pushed to January, State Tournaments Cancelled

November 20, 2020

NEW JERSEY: Winter is coming for high school sports, but student-athletes will have to wait until 2021 for action.

The NJSIAA, New Jersey’s governing body for interscholastic sports, announced the pushback of all winter sports and the cancellation of all formal winter sports tournaments early Thursday morning following the recommendation of the organization’s Sports Advisory Task ...

Golove Scores Twice to lift Colts Neck Past Central Regional in Sectional Quarterfinals

COLTS NECK – An ability to weather body blows from opposing defenders and a tendency to maneuver through the tangled limbs of double teams speak to the rise of Jordana Golove as one of the Shore Conference’s top goal scorers.

According to Colts Neck girls soccer coach Kevin Hein, what sets Golove apart is her desire “to play in areas where others aren’t willing ...

Middletown: #LetThemPlay Sports Rally draws hundreds, another rally planned for Monday

MIDDLETOWN, NJ - Middletown parents and student athletes came to rally for support to change some minds. Specifically, the minds of the Middletown School Superintendent, Mary Ellen Walker as well as others in the district. They want their outdoor sports back.

Walker shutdown sports until December 7, and the schools have switched to remote learning.  Parents and students have reacted ...

Murphy Announces Resources for People Overwhelmed During Holidays Due to COVID-19

November 24, 2020

CAMDEN, NJ — The COVID-19 pandemic has not relented on New Jerseyans since March, claiming loved-ones, putting families in financial ruts and set to change the fabric of the holiday season to come. 

With three days to go until Thanksgiving, Gov. Phil Murphy shared resources for those feeling overwhelmed.

“We recognize that with everything that we have already endured, plus ...

Rutgers-Eagleton Poll: Approx. 4 in 10 New Jerseyans Say They Won’t Get COVID-19 Vaccine

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — Between 36 percent and 47 percent of New Jerseyans say they will “probably” or “definitely” not get vaccinated against COVID-19, with response rates varying depending on how the question is asked, according to the latest Rutgers-Eagleton Poll.

Among individuals reluctant to get vaccinated, 80 percent cite a concern about side effects, ...

Hung Up: Contact Tracing calls hit 60% rejection rate says Murphy

TRENTON, NJ - Contact tracers have been deployed across the state to determine who is impacted by COVID-19. Their job includes calling thousands of people to ask about their whereabouts.

It's not going over very well. 60% reject the call.

With the national scorn spreading on the Governor of California who dined in a swanky restaurant without masks and with no social ...

Monmouth County Expands Small Business Grant Program, Extends Aid to Vocational and Special Needs Schools

November 9, 2020

FREEHOLD, NJ — Small businesses in Monmouth County can apply for more funding under an expansion of the CARES Economic Assistance Grant Program.

Monmouth County Freeholder Director Thomas Arnone announced that businesses that already have received a $10,000 grant can now apply for another $10,000 of coronavirus-related funding through the program.

“Any small business that has ...

Social-Emotional Wellness Website Developed for Middletown Township High School Teens

November 21, 2020

A collaborative effort between student assistance personnel of High School North and South has led to the development of the  MTPS High School Student Assistance Website

This digital library of resources and supports for high school students and their families is designed to offer aid to individuals navigating a multitude of social, emotional and health-related experiences.

The MTPS ...

Misleading: Teachers Union says Murphy Administration Misleads on Schools Reopening

TRENTON, NJ - The Governor and his allies in education see eye to eye on many issues. They do not see eye to eye on reopening schools, however.

In the last few days, this private détente has broken through to the public as well.

The NJEA has lobbied hard during the pandemic to keep schools remote. While the union wants them to work remote, however, supermarket ...

Holmdel Schools Go Virtual Starting Wednesday

HOLMDEL, NJ - Due to the number of COVID-19 cases, Holmdel is moving to all virtual starting Wednesday. Teachers will still report to work and teach virtually from their classrooms. Holmdel is also planning to extend to regular full day in a virtual setting. The letter from the Superintendent went out this afternoon to parents:


Keyport Schools go all remote until November 30

KEYPORT, NJ - Keyport schools are moving to all remote until November 30th. This, according to Superintendent
Lisa Savoia, is due to increased COVID-19 cases involving staff members.

Savoia stated in a letter to parents, "We are researching this situation and working closely with the Monmouth County Health Department officials and its contact tracing process to ascertain where ...

🐶Expand Your Pet Business! Green Leaf Pet Resort & VCA Veterinary Invite Pet Businesses to Join Them

November 6, 2020

OCEAN TOWNSHIP, NJ: 📣 Pet Related Businesses Wanted!  Expand or move your existing professional pet business, by joining our 36,000 square feet state-of-the-art pet resort. Immediately increase your business & client base by offering your pet services at our Ocean Township location. Join the synergy of our growing ...

Jeremy Grunin Keynote Speaker at Bell Works, Holmdel Chamber of Commerce, Nov. 17.

November 11, 2020

HOLMDEL, NJ:  Stellar speaker line up for the in-person, Tuesday, November 17, 9:00 a.m. Holmdel Chamber of Commerce Monthly Meeting at Bell Works:  Jeremy Grunin, President of the Grunin Foundation is the keynote speaker for ChamberCast, a video podcast hosted by The Holmdel Chamber of Commerce. Jeremy, a dynamic leader in Monmouth and Oc ean Counties, lives the mission ...

In-Home Senior Care in Shrewsbury by Comfort Keepers. When the Best Care is What You Need.

October 29, 2020

As a leading provider of in-home care and at home senior care services, our expert caregivers provide customized care plans crafted to clients' individual recovery needs and daily living requirements throughout Central New Jersey. Our services focus on elevating the human spirit with meaningful companion care while keeping clients safe at home. 

At Comfort ...

Meeting Nov. 23, to Discuss Sandy Hook Privatization of Officers Row Houses

November 16, 2020

RED BANK, NJ: One of the most interesting and natural wildlife settings is right in our backyard.

Maintained and owned by the National Park Service (NPS), Sandy Hook is part of Gateway National Recreation Area.

It’s a very cool place to cruise around in your car and has numerous places to stop including Fort Hancock, the Sandy Hook Lighthouse, a Nike Missile site, and various ...

Visit the Home of One of America's Most Celebrated Poets: The Robert Frost Stone House Museum

November 22, 2020

SHAFTSBURY, VT -- Erin McKenny, Director of the Robert Frost Stone House Museum, joined TAPintoTV’s Brian Brodeur to discuss the museum and the lasting legacy of one of America's most celebrated poets.

We know whose woods these were—Robert Frost lived in the home for nine years starting in 1920. The home is located in Shaftsbury, Vermont, and is operated by Bennington College.

Holmdel Dad Author of Children's Books to Help With Bedtime 💤😴

November 12, 2020

Pictured above is John R. Green. 

HOLMDEL, NJ:  Bedtime everywhere is very often a long and drawn out, often stressful time for both children and parents. Holmdel's John R. Green, is an Emmy and Peabody Award-winning TV news and documentary writer and producer. Green now is also the author of 2 children's books based on the bedtime rituals he created to help his son ...

The Connection Inc. Celebrates Cybersecurity Awareness Month With Expert Panel at Holmdel's Bell Works.

October 27, 2020

The event hosted a panel of cybersecurity experts seen above. 

HOLMDEL, NJ — October is arguably the spookiest month of the year, filled with horror movies and ghouls decorating your neighbors’ front yards. While most people are familiar with the typical frights, there are unnoticed and unexpected threats lurking in the dark web: cyber criminals.

October is ...

Thanksgiving Ruck Food Drive Brings Necessities To RAINE Just in Time for Holidays

November 24, 2020

HAZLET, NJ – While carrying flags in their hands and backpacks loaded with nonperishable food, locals embarked on a three-mile journey on Saturday, Nov. 22 to donate items to the RAINE Foundation. With the holidays arriving, the Raritan Bay Ruckers and The Phoenix teamed up to organize a Thanksgiving Ruck/Walk Food Drive, combining their love of exercise with their passion for ...

#Shop2Give: Monmouth Park Charity Fund Holiday Shopping Event Begins Nov. 27. Preview Items Now.

MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ: Monmouth Park Charity Fund Holiday Shopping Event is almost here! This is a #Shop2Give event where all items are donated and EVERY penny you spend goes back to local charities! Yes! Every Cent! The online auction begins Nov. 27th. To preview items visit here. 

This is a no-guilt shopping experience! A win-win for gifting and giving! Dealers Welcome!

Preview until ...

Congratulations🎉 To the Four Inspiring Impact 100 Recipients, Awarded $114,000 Each

MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ: At a time when almost every charitable organization is desperate for funding, four lucky organizations have been awarded the much coveted Impact 100 annual recipient award. At the Impact Jersey Coast Annual Meeting, sponsored by The Center for Women and Wealth at Brown Brothers Harriman, New Jersey Natural Gas, Grunin ...

Sharing Holiday Joy YMCA of Greater Monmouth County Annual Holiday Gift Drive Goes Virtual

MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ – While no one wants to hear the words COVID and Christmas in the same sentence, it looks like the pandemic is going to have a real impact on the holidays and gift drives for needy families in 2020.

The YMCA of Greater Monmouth County’s Counseling & Social Services team has kicked off its annual Adopt-A-Family holiday gift drive, and this year it ...

🎄Perfect Holiday Gift and Experience! Painting With a Twist is Making Spirits Bright!

November 21, 2020

PAINTING WITH A TWIST IN HOLMDEL IS YOUR ANSWER TO THE PERFECT GIFT! Painting With a Twist will help you celebrate your family and friends, and make lasting memories. You can plan a gathering in the studio with friends and family, or pick up supplies to take home! There is the perfect gift for the whole family at Painting ...

WATCH: Alice Ripley and George Lazarou: Holmdel's Duncan Smith Theatre Hosts Broadway Fame and Local Talent

Above Photo: Alice Ripley performing for the live audience Outside the Barn, on the lawn of the Duncan Smith Theatre. photo credit: Michael Kushner

HOLMDEL, NJ: The entertainment industry everywhere was turned upside down with the 2020 pandemic. Beloved Broadway went dark eight months ago, with the lights slated to remain off until at least June 2021. Locally, dining and ...

Fun "In The Clouds" at Bell Works. Inspired by Andy Warhol's and Bell Labs engineer Billy Klüver's "Silver Clouds".

HOLMDEL, NJ — The year 2020 has been an emotional roller coaster. Locals can now take a short break from reality and immerse themselves at “In The Clouds,” a new pop-up balloon exhibit at Bell Works.

“In The Clouds” was installed in late October, but had its official opening on Thursday, Nov. 5 at 3 p.m. The Bell Works’ creative team invited ...

Afternoon Book Signing, Evening of Rock Stars, Music and Photographs From the Decade that Rocked, Oct. 30th, Monmouth Museum

LINCROFT, NJ: Monmouth Museum (located on Brookdale Community College Campus, parking at lot #1) is hosting Mark Weiss, for his final book signing of the October exhibit. Friday, October 30th from 2-5pm, meet Weiss and pick up a signed copy of his best selling book; The Decade That Rocked.  It makes a fantastic holiday gift for any real rock fan! 

Guests that dress up ...

Gov. Murphy Addresses Verbal Confrontation During Family Outing in Red Bank

November 24, 2020

NEW JERSEY — A video has heavily circulated showing Gov. Phil Murphy being loudly confronted Saturday night at a Red Bank restaurant while he was outdoors dining with his wife and the rest of his family. 

At least two women reportedly approached the governor’s table during the encounter. Murphy was out eating with his wife, three sons and daughter.

One woman in the video, ...

Watch: Murphy congratulates 'old boss' John Kerry on joining Joe Biden as a Climate Envoy

MIDDLETOWN, NJ - Governor Murphy gave some encouraging news on Monday as the Rate of Transmission, a key measure of infection growth, has gone down from 1.4 to 1.32. This reduction is just a moment in time and the governor has enacted more constraints on the state prior to the Thanksgiving holiday.

He also started the meeting with congratulations to John Kerry. "This has nothing ...

Taxpayer Relief Initiative aims to help those financially affected by COVID-19

The IRS reviewed its collection activities to see how it could provide relief for taxpayers who owe taxes but are struggling financially because of the pandemic. The agency is expanding taxpayer options for making payments and other ways to resolve tax debt.

Taxpayers who owe taxes always had options to get help through payment plans and other tools from the IRS. The new IRS Taxpayer Relief ...

Election Update: Locally 94% of the Votes are Counted

November 10, 2020

HAZLET, NJ - It has been quite a busy election season for towns served by Monmouth Area TAPinto towns. Municipal candidates worked long and hard all year to win. The results are nearly complete with only ADA machines and provisional ballots pending.

In Colts Neck Township, Committeeman Michael Viola earned 5118 votes. Newcomer to the Township Committee will be Tara Torchia Buss ...

Freeholder Candidates Burry and Licitra expand election gains in Monmouth County, local Republicans ahead as well

MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ - While the national election spins a closer to Democrat blue, there is plenty of Republican red to go around in Monmouth County. By Friday night, the Freeholder race (now called Commissioners) is clearly Republican with Lillian Burry and Ross Licitra pulling ahead.

Burry leads with 149,382 votes with Ross Licitra coming in second at 148,335 votes. Their opponents netted ...

🎉Sweeping Victory on track for Middletown BOE Candidates: Capone, Tobacco, Heffernan

MIDDLETOWN, NJ - With a lead that they feel is insurmountable, Middletown Township Board of Education  newcomers Frank Capone, Harmony "Barry" Heffernan and Jacqueline Tobacco have declared victory.

In an official statement, the campaign said, "We would like to thank the voters of Middletown for putting their trust in us. We are humbled and honored on this historic ...

Major Fire Department Response to Middletown House Blaze

November 21, 2020

MIDDLETOWN, NJ - The Middletown Township Fire Department has had a busy month and it continued this week at a home on Fish Hawk Drive. According to Dennis W. Fowler, Middletown Township Fire Department Public Information Officer, there was a blaze in this area of the Bamm Hollow section of Middletown Township.

The release stated that at 7:30p.m. on Thursday, November 19 2020 the ...

Middletown Fire Department quickly knocks down Thursday blaze at McGuires Grove

MIDDLETOWN, NJ - Middletown Fire Department was dispatched to what could have been a devastating situation. A fire was reported with flames showing in a 2-story apartment complex at McGuires Grove Building 10 on Route 35. 

The initial call was after 8pm. By approximately 8:30, the fast action by the department resulted in cancellation of additional services and a report that the fire was ...

Holmdel: Motor Vehicle Accident on Laurel Avenue Near Train Bridge, Traffic Diverted

HOLMDEL, NJ: TAPinto received a report of a motor vehicle accident on Laurel Avenue in Holmdel, near train bridge (this is not an incident of a truck struck under the bridge). Traffic is still blocked and diverted approaching that area from Route 35 and Van Schoick. Please avoid the area at this time. Traffic should be cleared soon. 

How You Can More Safely Celebrate The Holidays This Year

November 22, 2020

It might not feel like the holidays to you unless all of your closest relatives are gathered around your dining room table. However, health experts recommend celebrating differently this year as the coronavirus pandemic reaches record levels in many parts of the country.

Traditional holiday celebrations – with everyone kissing hello, enjoying appetizers from shared plates and crowding ...

COVID-19 Positive? Here’s How to Self-Isolate

Clinical Contributor to this Story Kenneth Sable, M.D.

COVID-19 cases are rising again in many parts of the world, with projections suggesting that more people will become infected this fall and winter.

If you have tested positive for COVID-19 – whether you experience mild symptoms, serious illness or no symptoms at all – it’s important to self-isolate, to avoid ...

ChillRx Cryotherapy of Red Bank – New Therapy Destroys Fat and Cellulite

RED BANK, NJ: ChillRx has a new treatment that will kill off fat & cellulite.

And let’s face it, a lot of us caught the pandemic pounds!

And with the holidays coming up it's nice to plan ahead to fit into our festive clothing! 

The ChillBody treatment alternates cold and hot temperature to “shock” the fat into self-destruction.  How?  Pretty ...

🎉Holmdel Welcomes Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa, Join the Grand Opening Celebration and Ribbon Cutting, November 14th

HOLMDEL, NJ:  Hand and Stone Massage and Facial Spa is now open in Holmdel, at 2145 Route 35 North in the Kohl's Shopping Plaza, Holmdel, NJ.  Come celebrate their grand opening on Saturday, November 14, from 11AM-3PM. The official ribbon cutting will be at 1PM Sharp! Come and enjoy free 10 minute chair massages, hand treatments and skin analysis from 11AM-3PM. All is in a safe ...

Jewish woman’s circle invites you to paint and pouring. 

November 3, 2020

Create a beautiful tray and sip delicious wine.

Monday November 16th at 7:30 PM. 

RSVP for zoom link and details to receive the materials needed.

Whose footprints have influenced your path of life?

Reflection - November 2020
Some people come into our lives and leave footprints on our hearts 
and we are never the same.   (Flavia Weedn)

When November arrives, a surge of gratitude comes with it. I relish the thin veil of the Celtic tradition assuring us that the ancestors will approach close by on the eve of October 31st.  The feast of All Saints on the following day also ...

Something's Brewing at The Former Bow Tie Strathmore Cinemas: Alternate Ending Beer Co.

November 18, 2020

ABERDEEN, NJ — If you grew up around the area you most likely made many movie memories at the locally famous Bow Tie Strathmore Cinemas, on Route 34 in Aberdeen. At one time it was the place to go for movies. When the theater closed down, it was the end of an era.  Now you can make totally new memories there and still enjoy a part of the nostalgia of the Bow Tie. The former ...

🐶Expand Your Pet Business! Green Leaf Pet Resort & VCA Veterinary Invite Pet Businesses to Join Them

OCEAN TOWNSHIP, NJ: 📣 Pet Related Businesses Wanted!  Expand or move your existing professional pet business, by joining our 36,000 square feet state-of-the-art pet resort. Immediately increase your business & client base by offering your pet services at our Ocean Township location. Join the synergy of our growing ...

Four Year Old Aubree Arlene Engstrom, killed in suspected drunken car wreck

November 22, 2020

KEYPORT, NJ - A little girl is mourned after dying in an accident in a car driven by her allegedly intoxicated mother.

A heart wrenching tragedy less than a week from Thanksgiving where alcohol was mixed with driving, causing the death of an innocent.

According to a Pennsylvania news report from Fox56: "Paige Scully (Aubree's mom), who police say ...

Dead from Hanging: Middletown man charged with attempting to kill 5 people found hanging in Monmouth County Jail

MIDDLETOWN, NJ - A Leonardo resident with an active restraining order and was accused of cutting a gas line in an effort to blow up a house and kill five people sleeping inside has now been found dead in his cell by hanging on Thursday morning according to reports from

A corrections officer checked Elliott's room at 4:26 a.m. Tuesday "and all was in ...

56 Year Old Charles Hoagland, of Hazlet, Charged with Possession of Child Abuse Materials

FREEHOLD – According to the Monmouth County Prosecutors Office, a Hazlet Township man was arrested for endangering the welfare of a child for the distribution and possession of child sexual abuse materials.

A release, sent out by Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni, stated that Charles Hoagland, 56, of 34 Coral Drive, Hazlet was charged with one count of third ...

TAPinto This Classic Thanksgiving Recipe: Rum Spiked Cranberry Jelly

November 24, 2020

BLOOMFIELD, NJ -  Jenn Stilwell's cranberry jelly recipe remains the worst kept secret in the township. First published in 2016 when TAPinto Bloomfield was only a few months old, this recipe will probably be published just before Thanksgiving every year. 

Stilwell's jelly was the subject of a great deal of chatter in town back in 2016. At the ...

Middletown's Meemom’s Restaurant on Successfully Adapting to Pandemic Obstacles.

Above picture features Meemom's "Campire French Toast." 

MIDDLETOWN, NJ: Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, many business, especially smaller ones that are centered on hospitality and retail, have been struggling to cope locally, state-wide, and nationwide. Middletown’s Meemom’s restaurant has been no exception.

Meemom’s, a breakfast and ...

Move On Over Martha, Raiders' Ginger-Spiced Cranberry Sauce Is Thanksgiving's Best Bet from Nutley NJ

 The "media" may have many around the country believing that New Jersey, specifically Nutley, NJ's  greatest gift to Thanksgiving is Martha Stewart, but locals know its "Nutley Raiders Ginger-Spiced Cranberry Sauce." First created by students in the culinary program at Nutley High School in 2017, this dish has become a local favorite, given the reach of ...

Good Corporate Neighbor in Hazlet: International Flavors and Fragrances Inc. (IFF) Helps to Clean Osprey Nest

November 18, 2020

HAZLET, NJ — Since the ban of the pesticide DDT in 1972, the osprey population has been resurging at the Jersey Shore. The litter piling up in their nests can jeopardize their survival rate. 

Local organizations and companies are taking action to establish a safe and clean space for these birds to live. Last week, Hazlet’s International Flavors and Fragrances Inc. (IFF) ...

Help Save Coastal Water Life: Volunteer to Count and Monitor the Sandy Hook Seal Population

JERSEY SHORE: Save Coastal Wildlife (SCW), is a nonprofit dedicated to educating people about the protection and conservation of marine wildlife that live, migrate, spawn, and feed in the coastal waters, with a particular focus on the Jersey Shore from the Raritan Bay down to Delaware Bay.

SCW is asking for mature and responsible volunteers to count and monitor seal populations around Sandy ...

Take the Survey - Efforts to Return Oysters Back to the Navesink River

RED BANK, NJ: With over 2,100 acres of natural waterway, several groups have taken stewardship of the Navesink River by monitoring the water quality, pollution issues, marine habitat, and nurturing fish stocks.

It’s a bounty of beauty to behold the wildlife the Navesink supports – Ospreys, Blue Herons, Snowy Egrets and Bald Eagles just to name a few. 

And why are they ...

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Colts Neck Business Association's 11th Annual Pig Roast, a Fun Community Event

October 22, 2020

COLTS NECK, NJ: Wednesday, evening, October 14th, Colts Neck Business Association (CNBA) celebrated their 11th Annual Pig Roast, at Pebble Creek Golf Club. The weather was perfect for a semi-outside event and guests enjoyed a menu of pork, BBQ and sides for all to enjoy.

The event offered great business networking with guests from all over Monmouth County. There was live ...

Colts Neck Community Church Welcomes Fall With Annual Harvest Fest🍁

Above photo: Ron Brooks wows the large crowd with singing The National Anthem, Pastor Chris Durkin is appreciating the patriotic moment. 🇺🇸

COLTS NECK, NJ: On Saturday, October 18th, nearly 500 members of the local community gathered together for the Annual Colts Neck Community Church Great Harvest Festival. It was a patriotic and faith filled community event for all to enjoy! The warm ...

The Chaos of 21st Century Elections

November 11, 2020

Can anyone explain why Election Day has morphed into a chaotic mass of confusion and uncertainty?  For hundreds of years, the United States has held elections on the first Tuesday in November, with absentee ballots available well in advance to those who could not physically make it to the polls on Election Day.  It was simple, uncomplicated and most of all, ...

Thanksgiving Ruck Food Drive Brings Necessities To RAINE Just in Time for Holidays

November 24, 2020

HAZLET, NJ – While carrying flags in their hands and backpacks loaded with nonperishable food, locals embarked on a three-mile journey on Saturday, Nov. 22 to donate items to the RAINE Foundation. With the holidays arriving, the Raritan Bay Ruckers and The Phoenix teamed up to organize a Thanksgiving Ruck/Walk Food Drive, combining their love of exercise with their passion for ...

Holmdel Theatre Company: Livestream premiere of the virtual concert BETSY WOLFE: A Pants Optional Holiday on Sunday, December 6th at 7 PM

November 23, 2020

Betsy Wolfe offers virtual concert - "A Pants Optional Holiday" *and other things I know in 2020, presented by Holmdel Theatre Company 

Also featuring Broadway’s Jessica Vosk, this live stream playback presentation airs Sunday, December 6 at 7 PM ET and is presented in association with

NOVEMBER 23, 2020 - HOLMDEL, NJ - Holmdel Theatre Company is ...

O’Scanlon Votes ‘No’ on Bill that Would Establish Legal Adult Use Marijuana Sales. Says Legislation Does Not Respect the Will of the Voters nor Government Transparency

New Jersey: Senator Declan O’Scanlon (R-Monmouth) vehemently voted “No” in the Senate Budget Committee session on the enabling legislation for the adult use marijuana marketplace.

Senator O’Scanlon voted ‘no’ on the enabling legislation for the adult use marijuana marketplace, stating the bill does not deliver what the voters approved earlier this ...

Holmdel's Tracy Julian and Team Recognized by the Supreme Court, at 2020 NJ Judiciary Pro Bono Attorney Recognition Event

Pashman Stein Walder Hayden is proud to announce that attorneys Tracy Julian, Timothy P. Malone, and Linda Torosian, were honored at the 2020 New Jersey Judiciary Pro Bono Attorney Recognition Event for their pro bono representation of a natural parent who appealed a contested private adoption.

After the appellate division sua sponte determined that prior counsel provided ineffective ...


Dec 9, 1923 - Nov 15, 2020
Attilio J. Giannico, 96, of Holmdel, passed away at home on Sunday, November 15, 2020. Born in ...
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Feb 5, 1977 - Nov 9, 2020
Michael L. Trucillo, 43, of Colts Neck died at Riverview Medical Center, Red Bank on Monday Nov.
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May 30, 1944 - Oct 27, 2020
Peter F. Burnham, 76, of Tinton Falls, passed away peacefully Tuesday, October 27th at Jersey ...
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Sep 18, 1921 - Oct 1, 2020
Lucretia Caruana, 99, of Middletown passed away Thursday, October 1, 2020 at home surrounded by ...
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Dec 17, 1926 - Sep 28, 2020
Margaret C. Imbeninato, Margie, 94, of Tinton Falls, passed away peacefully Monday, September 28, ...
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Arthur R. Senopole, 93, of Colts Neck, passed away early Monday, September 28th at Bayshore ...
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