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January 22, 2022

TRENTON, NJ - New Jersey's general obligation bonds have been upgraded from stable to positive, announced Kroll Bond Rating Agency. The agency issued a report dated January 20 stated its outlook upgrade “reflects the robust recovery of the State’s financial picture since the early days of the ...

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EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - New Jersey’s ban on single-use plastic products is inching closer, prompting local businesses to assess how to continue operation if they are no longer allowed to use plastic bags. P.L. 2020 c117, which was signed into law on November 4, 2020, will go into effect on May 4, ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ - Morristown Mayor Tim Dougherty has signed an Executive Order rescinding the mask mandate that he put into effect on December 23, 2021. Today, it is no longer required to wear a face covering within businesses and venues in Morristown. However, businesses may still require masks to ...

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Newark – Acting Attorney General Andrew J. Bruck and the Division of Consumer Affairs today announced that New Jersey student loan borrowers will receive over $60 million in relief from a settlement with Navient Corp. and its subsidiary Navient Solutions LLC (Navient) that resolves a ...

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FAIR LAWN, NJ -- Trammell Crow Company (TCC), one of the nations' largest developers and investors in commercial real estate, and its joint venture partner Chelsea Senior Living, a leader in senior housing and care, announced plans for a three-story, 93-unit senior living facility in Northern New ...

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PHILADELPHIA, PA — Scammers don’t take a holiday, unfortunately, and the top thing on their list right now is stealing people’s hard-earned money. The Federal Bureau of Investigation's (FBI) Philadelphia Office is reminding the public to be vigilant about seasonal shopping scams. The two most ...

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Do you have a Marketing Plan?  What are you doing now? Is it working? What's your budget? Do you want to reach our TAPinto readers? Have you considered the TAPinto Do-it-Yourself (DIY) marketing platform? These are the questions I will ask you when inquiring about marketing with TAPinto. The ...

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 As Thanksgiving passes, and Jingle Bells starts playing on the radio, the holiday shopping season is upon us. A recent WalletHub study dove into the tendencies of holiday shopping: Macy’s, JCPenney, and Belk are 2021’s Best Places to Shop on Black Friday, offering an average discount of ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ - Small Business Saturday®, Nov. 27, is a day when shopping small and locally can help make a difference for many small businesses in Montville and beyond this holiday season. American Express created Small Business Saturday in 2010, and the U.S Small Business Administration has ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – Montville Township has had an ongoing complaint with the Board of Public Utilities regarding the services provided by Altice/Optimum, and officials are encouraging residents to familiarize themselves with rules for cable providers proposed by the BPU and then make the BPU aware of ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – On Oct. 14, the Montville Township Planning Board heard the first part of testimony for 178 rental units to be located at 150 Main Road/Route 202, near Harrigan’s. The units are part of the township’s settlement with Fair Share Housing. The township committee changed the zoning in ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – Mayor Frank Cooney spoke at a meeting of the Montville Township Chamber of Commerce Oct. 13 about some of the construction that is coming to Montville Township. The former L&L gas station on Route 46 in Pine Brook was approved to become a gas station and convenience store.

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WASHINGTON, DC -- The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) deadline for physical damage disaster loans is November 4. Anyone in Bergen, Essex, Gloucester, Hudson, Mercer, Middlesex, Morris, Passaic, Somerset, Union and Warren counties that incurred damage from Hurricane Ida can apply for the ...

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MORRIS COUNTY, NJ -  Looking for a job? Here are some local businesses that are hiring. Morris Animal Inn at Montville is hiring in this new location as well as its flagship location in Morristown. Visit their career page for more ...

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TRENTON, NJ - Starting on October 24, New Jersey landlines within the 856 and 908 area codes must dial 10 or 11 digits for all their calls.  After October 24, local landline calls dialed with only seven digits may not go through, and the caller will receive a recording saying their call cannot be ...

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NEW JERSEY — New Jersey’s average gas price is $3.38, up 10 cents from last week ($3.28), according to AAA Northeast’s Oct.19 survey of fuel prices. The analysis also found that motorists are paying 16 cents more than a month ago ($3.22) and $1.14 more than this same time last year ($2.24). The ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – Marc Demetriou of Guaranteed Rate held a ribbon cutting for the company’s office located at 350 Main Road/Route 202 in Montville on Sept. 22. Demetriou is a Senior Vice President of Mortgage Lending and Branch Manager of the Guaranteed Rate Montville Branch since September of ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – Members of the township committee recently welcomed a new business to Pine Brook: Luxe Hair Studio. Owned by Danielle Taylor, the salon has been operating for about four months and together with hair dresser Gabriella Marzullo, the pair offers a full slate of services including ...

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TRENTON, NJ — Gasoline prices in New Jersey will decrease 8.3 cents per gallon effective Oct. 1 in compliance with the 2016 law that requires a steady stream of revenue to support the State’s Transportation Trust Fund which pays for infrastructure improvements. “Because actual consumption in ...

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WESTFIELD, NJ — The train ride into New York City should be getting shorter and safer with the anticipated approval of federal funding for an additional Hudson River crossing, officials said Monday. The underground tunnel, called Gateway, is one major project in a series of regional ...

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NEW JERSEY — New Jersey was ranked as the worst state to start a business, according to personal finance website WalletHub's annual list of the Best and Worst States to Start a Business. Nearby Connecticut (No. 49) and Pennsylvania (No. 43) also ranked in the bottom ten, while neighboring New ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – Jules Fine Jewelry recently opened in the Towaco Crossing, and Michelle Gabriel is excited to return to Montville Township. After spending the last 11 years working at Jules in Fairfield and her 5th Avenue New York location, it is with great pleasure she is opening up once again in ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ – Compared to their counterparts in New Jersey’s 15 largest counties, Morris County residents enjoyed the biggest average weekly wage gains during 2020, according to the federal government. That’s the good news. The not-so-good: The county saw a decline of employment during the ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – It took three sets of public hearings, but there will be a Wawa in Pine Brook. Following a 3 to 2 vote of the planning board on July 8, the proposed convenience store and gas station was granted permission to build on the corner of Bloomfield Avenue, Changebridge Road and Route ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – Just in time for summertime licks, there’s a new ice cream shop in Towaco. Diane’s Dairy opened the week before Fourth of July, and customers can choose from about 40 flavors. “We live in Montville and love it here,” said owner Diane Manganelli, who sells homemade ice cream.

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MONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township Chamber of Commerce held its 2019 awards dinner (delayed due to COVID), and the winner of the Business of the Year category was Lincoln 1st Bank. “Lincoln 1st Bank started as a local building and local association in 1923 in Lincoln Park by local, civic ...

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TRENTON, NJ - The New Jersey Pay It Forward Program launched Monday, June 21, to support post-pandemic career seekers, announced Gov. Murphy and the New Jersey CEO Council, which is made up of chief executive officers from BD, Campbell Soup Company, Johnson & Johnson, Merck & Co., ...

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NEW JERSEY — In an effort to encourage the revitalization of vacant properties statewide, the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) will award 15 grants worth up to $50,000 each to eligible towns, counties, and redevelopment agencies. The NJEDA opened applications for its 21st ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – Former mayor Jim Sandham introduced the organization of the year honoree at the 2019 Montville Chamber of Commerce awards dinner: The Towaco Civic Association. Sandham enumerated the ways that the TCA has “helped breathe new life” into Towaco and “helped businesses thrive,” such ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – Realty Executives First Class recently cut the ribbon on its full service office, located at 115 Horseneck Road. The culmination of an eight-year dream, Owner-Broker Lauren Parrella has worn a lot of hats along the way to opening the office. She worked part-time in real estate ...

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