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June 17, 2022

HOLMDEL, NJ: Antonietta Picascia is a community maker! She teaches the Senior Workout and Culinary Classes held at Holmdel's Community Center, and is involved in many additional ways. She safely resumed her in-person classes over a year ago, when so many other government offices and community ...

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NEW JERSEY - The biggest tournament in the world’s most popular sport is coming to New Jersey in a big way. On Thursday officials from FIFA, soccer’s governing body, announced that MetLife Stadium will be one of just 15 locations across North America and 11 in the U.S. to host the 2026 World Cup ...

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“It’s their ability to listen to you,” Jacqueline said. “They are quiet creatures, but they say so much. They know when things are a little off. I have conversations with a horse that I couldn’t have with the world. When they trust you, their personalities come out, and it’s the most amazing thing ...

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NEW JERSEY - A successful afterschool program in one city is celebrated for inspiring kids to read. Plus, a beloved teacher retires after more than three decades in a district. And, a summer work program returns. Also, a Historical Society gets a gaming table that once belonged to a ...

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ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, NJ:  Don't miss the Summer Classic Car Show, this Saturday, June 18, 2022, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  (Rain Date is June 25, 2022) First Avenue Business District, Atlantic Highlands, N.J. 07716 There will be a wide variety of ​makes, models, and classes! All are welcome to ...

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Red Bank, NJ: The Red Bank Classic 5K kicks off this Saturday and the YMCA is looking for a few good men and women volunteers. The Red Bank 5K benefits much-needed youth programs at the Y. Volunteers are needed to support packet pick up on June 17, and as Course Marshals at the event on June ...

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MIDDLETOWN, NJ – On June 12, 2022, at 10:01am, the Middletown Twp. Police Department responded to The Hub, a hotel located at 650 State Route 35, for a report of a woman who had been held against her will in one of the rooms at the hotel. Responding officers spoke with the victim, an adult ...

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NEW JERSEY - An Ultrarunner aims to conquer the East Coast Greenway. Plus, high school seniors are honored with lawn placards while a street is renamed for a WWII soldier. Also, food truck vendor opportunities.  TAPinto's Kristina Behr has today's Now in New Jersey, Powered by ...

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SEE WHO'S TALKING ABOUT THE DECADE THAT ROCKED, AND MEET THE WEISSGUY THIS WEEKEND IN PERSON AT THE JIM INZERO GALLERY IN POINT PLEASANT:    JERSEY SHORE: It's the two-year anniversary of the bestselling, often sold-out, perfect gift for Father's Day: THE DECADE THAT ROCKED. It's a great ...

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Red Bank, NJ: After a two-year pandemic pause, the Red Bank 5K Classic finally returns to downtown Red Bank this Saturday, June 18, kicking off at 8:30 a.m., on Monmouth Street at Drummond Place. Organized and hosted by the Red Bank Business Alliance and Red Bank RiverCenter with support from ...

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MONMOUTH COUNTY—  Lunch Break, is once again sponsoring its annual Back to School Drive, benefiting hundreds of schoolchildren and their families who rely on the social service resource center for life’s basic necessities, including school supplies. Having the required school supplies not only ...

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HOLMDEL, NJ - New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, of Middletown, announced a slate of appointments to a new commission. It's called the New Jersey Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Commission. “In New Jersey, we wear our diversity as a badge of honor,” said Governor Murphy. “As our state ...

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NEW JERSEY - A local artist returns home to showcase his work in his community. Plus, NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal returns to his hometown to check out a community basketball court he refurbished. Also, one city may reduce the speed limit to 20 mph. And, two teens push to lower the voting age in ...

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BELMAR, NJ—A male swimmer was taken out of the water today and reported to be non-responsive.  He was taken away in an ambulance.  The beaches around 8th and 9th Avenues were crowded with emergency personnel and equipment. It is very close to the same location where two elementary school ...

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NEW JERSEY - The Attorney General announces the 'ARRIVE Together' program expands to two more towns. Plus, local businesses celebrate at a community fair. Also, a high school girls track team wins first state championship. And residents come out to compete in an ice cream eating ...

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Red Bank, NJ: Navesink Maritime Heritage Association members make it possible to advance their challenging mission to Discover, Engage and Sustain our local maritime heritage. Activities are varied, and your membership provides NMHA with the foundation for sustaining and advancing them. In ...

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NEW JERSEY: Just in time for summer, the spotted lanternflies are coming back! The spotted lanternfly is a serious invasive pest that feeds on sap from over 70 different plant species. They can negatively impact our agriculture, economy, and everyday life.  According to the New Jersey ...

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“There comes a point where we need to stop just pulling people out of the river. We need to go upstream and find out why they’re falling in." Desmond Tutu HAZLET, NJ - Often the most driven and passionate individuals have a personal story to share of overcoming adversity. Anyone who knows ...

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NEW JERSEY - The Army Corps of Engineers wants to buy flood-prone homes. Plus, a new athletic field comes to a city. And, the Law Enforcement Torch Run raises money for the Special Olympics NJ. Also, one town competes for the title of "Best Small Town Arts Scene."  TAPinto's Kristina Behr ...

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OCEAN TOWNSHIP, NJ - State Senator Vin Gopal presented MOCEANS Center for Independent Living Inc. with congratulatory proclamation from the Senate at the Center’s grand opening of its facility in the Brookdale Community College building in Long Branch today. “As the Senate Resolution notes, ...

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The following are marketing options available to all candidates for the 2022 General Election.  To discuss marketing on TAPinto, please contact your local TAPinto site owner/publisher click here.  Site Advertising:   Leaderboard (728 x 90 pixels desktop, 300 x 50 pixels mobile):  $600 per ...

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NEW JERSEY - A public piano returns to one town's downtown area. Plus, a library holds Drag Queen Story Hour teaching literacy and inclusiveness. Also, honors for one track team for their hard work and for other students and their public service. TAPinto's Kristina Behr has today's Now in ...

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HOLMDEL, NJ:  Bayshore Medical Center in Holmdel cares about the community's safety and welcomes all to a Traffic Safety Day, Wednesday, June 22, 2022, (rain date is 6/23), from 2pm-5pm, in the Administrative Parking Lot, at 727 North Beers Street, Holmdel, NJ 07733. This event is perfect for ...

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LITTLE FALLS, NJ - When someone walks into Ethan and the Bean, there are plenty of things they might notice. They might see the chalkboard describing the specials for that day. Or they could smell the aromatic scent of the coffee beans in the small shop. Or they could rest their eyes upon ...

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HOLMDEL, NJ: TAPinto Holmdel had the opportunity to interview award-winning playwright, and community leader, Mike Sockol, who has written over 30 plays, and has served his hometown of Holmdel, in a leadership role, elected to the Holmdel School Board, for the last 12-years. He is also a member of ...

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HOLMDEL, NJ: A LOCAL FAVORITE IS BACK!! OPA! BAYSHORE GREEK FESTIVAL IN HOLMDEL, AT 20 HILLCREST ROAD, IS JUNE 9 THROUGH THE 12 AND OFFERS SOMETHING GREAT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!! THE FOOD ALONE IS A REASON TO ATTEND AND THERE IS SO MUCH MORE, LIKE TRADITIONAL GREEK MUSIC AND DANCING, AMUSEMENT ...

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Man accused of taking lewd photographs of a juvenile female at the Auto Exotica car dealership last year, in Red Bank. FREEHOLD, NJ: After what was described as an intensive investigation by the Red Bank Police Department with assistance from the Monmouth County Prosector's Office, Acting ...

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NEW JERSEY - A community comes together with a Color Run fundraiser for the family of a teen who died from cancer. Plus, a coffee shop serves up compassion and training skills for adults with disabilities. And, some local leaders want a historic house to be part of the nation's 250th birthday ...

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NEW JERSEY — The average price of gas in New Jersey tops $5 a gallon for the first time. Paramus schools are closed today on Primary Election Day to help students and staff feel safe.  Plus, honors for three volunteer firefighters, who have each served 50 years. And, a city raises a Pride flag ...

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HOLMDEL, NJ - May was Mental Health Awareness Month and the Holmdel Chamber of Commerce showcased mental health awareness and empowerment to visitors both in person and streaming. Special professional guests were on hand having expertise in mental health. With a focus on management of mental ...

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