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NJ TRANSIT’s Mobile App Upgrades: Keeping Riders in the Know

NEW JERSEY – With more and more riders returning to public transportation, NJ TRANSIT’s recent changes to mobile apps literally represent well-timed upgrades.

Smartphone users can readily appreciate the ease of information available at their fingertips. A few swipes on the mobile app replace the need for paper schedules and more.  The mobile app is available on both Google ...

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The Jaffe Briefing - October 27, 2021

STATEWIDE – New Jerseyans have been eager to get the COVID vaccine, but for their children? Hmm, now that is a very big, tough question, as Pfizer receives federal approval to give smaller doses of the shot to kiddies as young as five. The vaccine is safe, just like the big boy doses that 6 million New Jerseyans have gotten. But it will still be a very tough sale, as some polls show that ...

The Jaffe Briefing - October 26, 2021

KEARNY – Want to pique New Jersey’s interest? Talk money. And that’s what President Biden did yesterday during his whistle stop here to hype his infrastructure plan and stump for his “pal,” Gov. Phil Murphy. Here’s the deal, as Biden would say. If the House finally approves his $1 trillion infrastructure plan, there’s $12 billion that would flow to New ...

The Jaffe Briefing - October 25, 2021

ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL – With President Obama in Newark on Friday and President Biden in the Meadowlands today, what gives? Well, it must be the height of election season and the national Democratic royalty is looking for any reason whatsoever to drop in on New Jersey and smile for cameras with Gov. Phil Murphy. Biden will be here today to mark the strategically-timed beginning of ...

The Jaffe Briefing - October 22, 2021

ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL – New Jersey is making history tomorrow. Now that we have your undivided attention, we may have over-hyped. But still, tomorrow is the very first day of “early voting” in the state, for the first time ever. And what does that mean? There will be centralized polling locations for nine consecutive days all over for those who can’t wait a second ...

The Jaffe Briefing - October 21, 2021

STATEWIDE – Donald Trump has not done Jack Ciattarelli any favors. Last year, with Trump on the ballot, the number of registered Democrats in the state jumped, outnumbering unaffiliated voters for the very first time. As of the first of the month, NJ Spotlight reports, almost 40% of registrants were Democrats, 23% were Republicans, 36% remained unaffiliated, and a small number were ...

The Jaffe Briefing - October 20, 2021

TRENTON – One great writer could author a page-turner about the city’s dysfunctional governing body, which continues to find new ways to appear self-absorbed and incapable of serving the public. Mayor Reed Gusciora and city officials resorted to holding a press event yesterday afternoon at police headquarters to implore the City Council to approve a must-have contract for emergency ...

Tricks to Making the Best Sandwiches for School and Office Lunches

October 23, 2021

Brown bagging it doesn’t have to be boring. Turn homemade lunches into something special with these easy tricks and tips for building the best sandwiches:

Start with good bread. It’s first part of the sandwich you taste! Hearty breads, such as sub sandwich rolls or thick slices of sourdough, will hold ingredients better together than the soft stuff, too.

Love wraps? ...

Rutgers Faculty, Staff Face COVID-19 Vaccination Deadline

October 26, 2021

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - All Rutgers University faculty and staff must be vaccinated by Dec. 8 for the university to comply with an executive order signed by President Joe Biden, Antonio Calcado, executive vice president and chief operating officer, said in a message to university employees.

Biden signed Executive Order 14042 on Sept. 9 requiring that employees of entities with federal ...

Snoop Dogg Got Paid to Rock Rutgers on Saturday Night

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – If you were at the Snoop Dogg show last night at SHI Stadium, chances are you’re just coming to.

Here’s something that will sober you up quick.

Rutgers shelled out $500,000 in artist compensation for that concert, according to the contract between California-based Day After Day Productions Inc. and the university.

According to the contract – a ...

Rutgers Police Charge Third Man in Assault; Seek Help Identifying Fourth Man

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – A 20-year-old Piscataway man is facing aggravated assault and other charges in connection with an incident that occurred in August on College Avenue on the Rutgers-New Brunswick campus.

Taha Y. Eleiwa, who is unaffiliated with the school, is facing charges that include aggravated assault, rioting, theft and possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, according to ...

Legacy o Peter J. Barnes III to be Honored at Sign Unveiling Ceremony

October 27, 2021

EDISON, NJ - A sign unveiling ceremony celebrating the renaming of the Dismal Swamp in honor of the late Peter J. Barnes III will be held at the Songbird Trail entrance of the wildlife refuge.

The event, which is open to the public, will take place Oct. 30 at 11 a.m. on the corner of Nevsky Street and Fleet Avenue in Edison, where Barnes was a lifelong resident and served on the ...

NJ Transit Conductor Assaulted After She Asked Man to Wear a Mask

October 21, 2021

GLEN ROCK, NJ — A Bronx man threatened an NJ Transit Train conductor with a knife Wednesday morning after she asked him to wear a mask, police said.

At approximately 10:30 a.m., a woman came into police headquarters reporting there was a disturbance on a New Jersey Transit train at the Bergen Line Train Station across from Borough Hall, police said. 

When police ...

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Participate in the Visions and Pathways Pre-Holiday Season Auction to Support NJ Youth

October 25, 2021

Dear Friends:

 

For more than fifty years, Visions and Pathways (V&P) has helped over 11,000 vulnerable youth and their families in northern and central NJ by offering community-based prevention initiatives, and providing shelter, counseling and life skills training to young adults in our group homes. We are grateful to the many donors and volunteers who have helped us along the ...