Moderna Vaccine Clinic

Saint Peter's University Hospital will be offering the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine on Tuesday, May 11 from 4 - 8 PM at the Sister Marie de Pazzi Conference Center, just inside the hospital's main lobby. Must be 18 year of age or older, masks are required. For additional questions, please leave a voicemail at 732-339-7909.

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  1. 732-339-7909
Tue, May 11
4:00 pm — 8:00 pm
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Saint Peter's University Hospital will be offering the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine on Tuesday, May 11 from 4 - 8 PM at the Sister Marie de Pazzi Conference Center, just inside the hospital's main lobby. Must be 18 year of age or older, masks are required. For additional questions, please leave a voicemail at 732-339-7909.

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Saint Peter's University Hospital

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New Brunswick, NJ 08901

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The Jaffe Briefing - June 23, 2021

TRENTON – In what’s probably the least contentious state budget in years, the state Legislature is poised to zip through a $46.4 billion spending plan this week, with votes before the Senate and Assembly tomorrow, then heading to Gov. Phil Murphy for his signature. There doesn’t appear to be any of the classic 11th-hour drama, as the clock ticks toward the ...

The Jaffe Briefing - June 21, 2021

FORKED RIVER – There should be plenty more news today about the proposed state budget, and who may get all those billions of extra dollars. Instead, let’s talk about “Peaty the Peacock,” who is taking Forked River (aka Lacey Township) by storm. The Asbury Park Press notes there have been numerous sightings of the bird this past week. Residents are now squarely focused ...

The Jaffe Briefing - June 18, 2021

TRENTON – The big news is that President Biden signed the federal law creating Juneteenth. But since we are hyper-focused on New Jersey to the point of infatuation, what did the state Legislature do? Well, a bill was sponsored last June in the Assembly by Verlina Reynolds Jackson, Jamel Holley and Benjie Wimberly to designate the third Friday in June as Juneteenth in New Jersey. Senate ...

The Jaffe Briefing - June 17, 2021

RANDOLPH – This local school board can’t seem to help itself; it keeps finding ways to inadvertently make news. First, it makes news by changing Columbus Day to Indigenous Persons Day, angering residents. Then, it makes news by eliminating all holidays on the school calendar, further angering residents. Then, it makes news, as angry residents call for the immediate resignation of the ...

The Jaffe Briefing - June 15, 2021

RANDOLPH – Maybe the people here are getting too much media coverage. After the school board concocted the silly plan to erase all holidays from the school calendar – following a decision to scrub away Columbus Day – reporters have been all over. The story should have run its cycle, yet townsfolk are now demanding the heads of the superintendent and the school board. Really? ...

The Jaffe Briefing - June 14, 2021

STATEWIDE – The obvious concern of any parent is how the pandemic has affected student learning, after all those months of remote learning, frenzy and other disruptions. NJ Spotlight reports there’s plenty of work to do, as the state conducted an initial assessment of learning loss. The result? At least a third of New Jersey students are “below-grade level” in language ...

Recipe: How to Make No-Churn Vanilla Birthday Cake Ice Cream

June 24, 2021

It only takes four ingredients to make this festive frozen treat! The best part? You don’t even need special equipment.

The trick to getting the right texture without an ice cream maker is folding in fluffy whipped cream.

No-Churn Birthday Cake Ice Cream


1 tsp. vanilla extract
14 oz. can sweetened condensed milk
2 cups cold heavy whipping cream
¼ cup ...

Rutgers Renames Building After Late Professor, Civil Rights Champion

June 24, 2021

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Rutgers is renaming one of the buildings on Busch Campus for a late Black minister, educator and champion of the civil rights movement.

The Dr. Samuel Dewitt Proctor Hall, formerly the Administrative Services Building 1, was recently renovated.

The building is a one-stop destination facility serving students from across Rutgers-New Brunswick seeking assistance in a ...

Rutgers Approves 2.6 Percent Increase in Tuition and Fees for 2021-22 School Year

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ —  The Rutgers University Board of Governors today approved a $4.8 billion budget that includes a 2.6% increase in tuition and fees for the 2021-2022 academic year, following a freeze in tuition and a fees reduction for the past year in recognition of pandemic-related hardships.

“We know that tuition increases are difficult for our students, especially ...

Rutgers Administrator, Navy Officer, Dad: A Father's Day Story

NORTH BRUNSWICK – Michele Hirshman ascended the stairs to the stage and approached the dais, taking her place in history as the first woman to finish at the top of her graduating class at Rutgers University in New Brunswick.

Once on stage, she saw the hand reaching out with her diploma belonged to none other than her own father, Harold Hirshman.

"I can remember looking at her ...

Monroe Mayor Urges NJDEP and Landfill Operator to Implement a Dedicated Force Main Pipe for Leachate Removal from BFI/Republic Landfill

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MONROE, NJ  – Monroe Mayor Stephen Dalina, along with Legislators from New Jersey’s 14th District, have agreed that a dedicated force main pipe is the safe long-term solution to remove leachate collected from the BFI/Republic Landfill site. This fully enclosed pipe would be isolated for leachate removal only, and would have no connection or opening to any home or street in ...

New Jersey Librarian of the Year Advocates for Teens, Librarians of Color

June 24, 2021

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — When Keisha Miller looks around South Orange Public Library, she sees more than books.

Beyond the stacks and shelves, the chairs and tables, the town’s teen librarian and volunteer coordinator and the state’s 2021 Librarian of the Year sees community.

“Libraries are not just about books. It’s about community engagement, it's about ...


Robert Wood Johnson Blood Services Makes Urgent Appeal for Blood Donations

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The nation’s blood shortage has entered a dangerous new phase creating an urgent and immediate need for blood donors in our area.

"This is a national shortage and the type we need the most right now is type O because that can be transfused to all patients,” said Grace Tenorio, MD, medical director of Robert Wood Johnson Blood Services with hospital-based programs in New ...

Fire Union President: COVID Couldn't Stop Us From Doing Our Job

June 9, 2021

New Jersey is opening back up and the firefighters, EMTs, and dispatchers of the NJFMBA could not be happier. While protecting our communities is our job, building the community is our passion, and that has been difficult over the past 15 months.

Like everyone, we were struck by the uncertainty that COVID-19 brought to the municipalities we serve. This was an uncertainty that extended across ...

JerseyCAN Launches Multimedia Platform Showcasing Solutions for NJ School Districts

June 22, 2021

NEW JERSEY -- TAPintoTV Executive Producer Brian Brodeur recently spoke with Janellen Duffy, Senior Advisor of JerseyCAN, a nonprofit organization supporting and advocating for every student in New Jersey to have access to a high-quality education. JerseyCAN recently launched an online multimedia platform to help assist local school districts and educators to create new strategies and programs to ...

Lincoln of Wayne Continues to Provide Industry-Leading Sales and Service Despite Global Microchip Shortage

WAYNE, NJ -- Peter Spina, Jr., General Manager of Lincoln of Wayne, spoke with TAPintoTV, about the global automotive industry microchip shortage and what the shortage means for Lincoln of Wayne customers. 

“The microchip shortage, or semiconductor shortage, is one of the greatest supply chain shortages our industry has ever faced,” Spina said. Typically, Spina told TAPintoTV, ...