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By TAPINTO STAFFApril 17, 2018
NUTLEY, NJ - 1872 applications were received to be a part of the first class at Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine at Seton Hall University where the first class of 55 students will start July 9.
Those students will be a part of the plan to address the shortage of physicians in New Jersey and forge a new path in medical education that addresses profound changes in health ...
By MELISSA BENNOApril 17, 2018
TRENTON, NJ – Assemblyman Jay Webber’s landmark legislation stopping child predators in schools from easily changing jobs was signed into law April 11 by Governor Phil Murphy.
“This is a huge victory for our children, their parents, and our state,” said Webber (R-Morris) in a statement. “This landmark legislation creates safer schools and prioritizes the ...
By JENNY BOYESApril 17, 2018
NUTLEY, NJ - This morning's downpours sent torrents of water into the Third River causing it to over flow its banks.
Passaic Avenue at Brookside was closed by the Nutley Police Department shortly after TAPinto Nutley arrived to capture these images of the flooding.
Runoff inundated Memorial Park, caused the Third River to spill over its banks in Yanticaw Park, ...
By TAPINTO STAFFApril 17, 2018
WASHINGTON, DC — Some 207 million eggs from a farm in Hyde County, N.C., have been recalled due to possible salmonella contamination. The eggs were sold to consumers in nine states, including New Jersey, and there have been 22 illnesses reported to date, according to the Food & Drug Administration.
Rose Acre Farms of Seymour, Ind., is voluntarily recalling the eggs because they have ...
By JOHN LEEApril 17, 2018
NUTLEY, NJ - Monday morning's downpours led to the usual sharing of photos of flooding throughout the township, with the dam at Kingsland Manor and the Mudhole being popular subjects. The flood also revealed the problem of plastic litter in Nutley Parks.
At Yanticaw Park, at the Centre St Bridge, the outflow pipe from street storm drains can be seen discharging a large ...
By TAPINTO MONTCLAIR STAFFApril 17, 2018
MONTCLAIR, NJ - Montclair celebrated the special anniversary of 150 years on April 15. To commemorate when Montclair became a township, Glenfield Middle School students re-enacted the first town council meeting on Sunday to a packed house at Glenfield Middle School.
Glenfield Middle School social studies teacher Dan Gill and his students prepared for the ...
By TAPINTO MONTCLAIR STAFFApril 16, 2018
MONTCLAIR, NJ – Montclair Mayor Robert Jackson has reappointed two familiar faces to the Montclair Board of Education and announced new appointees for the post. Laura Hertzog and Eve Robinson will be reappointed, while Latifah Jannah and Priscilla will fill the two vacated positions.
The notice from Montclair Mayor Robert Jackson is as follows:
Today I notified Board ...