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Thu, September 14, 11:00 AM

Long Branch

NJAWBO Oceanfront statewide conference/expo

Add to My Calendar 09/14/2017 11:00am 09/14/2017 2:30pm America/New_York NJAWBO Oceanfront statewide conference/expo

NJ Association of Women Business Owners (NJAWBO) 2017 Statewide Oceanfront Luncheon Conference & Expo at the Jersey Shore---A time to learn, be inspired, network, connect with the exhibitors, and build relationships all while enjoying a spectacular view of the beach and the Atlantic Ocean!

When: Thursday, September 14, 2017 from 11:00 am to 2:30 pm

Where: Rooney's Oceanfront ...

100 Ocean Avenue North   Long Branch, NJ 07740
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Thu, September 14, 6:30 PM

South Brunswick

Stop the Transco Gas Compressor Station - ...

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Add to My Calendar 09/14/2017 6:30pm 09/14/2017 8:30pm America/New_York Stop the Transco Gas Compressor Station - Informational Meeting

Williams Transco is proposing to build a 32,000 Horsepower compressor station (gas engine) that could affect the air of South Brunswick, Franklin, and Princeton area residents.

Learn about the dangers posed to the health and safety of residents, visitors, wildlife and the environment from emitted toxic gas, noise, potential fires, and explosions. Find out how you can get involved to protect ...

540 Ridge Rd South Brunswick , NJ
Caroline Fund 5K

Sat, September 16, 9:00 AM

St. Aloysius Church, Caldwell

Caroline Fund 5K

Arts & Entertainment Food & Drink Giving Back Health & Wellness Sports

Add to My Calendar 09/16/2017 9:00am 09/16/2017 12:00pm America/New_York Caroline Fund 5K

The 4th Annual Caroline Fund 5K Run/Walk supports brain and spine tumor research, as well as helps the Caroline Fund provide both emotional and financial support to local patients and families affected by the hardships of cancer.

Register online now: https://compuscore.rsupartner.com/Race/NJ/Caldwell/CarolineFund5K

The Caroline Fund is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that was ...

219 Bloomfield Avenue Caldwell, NJ 07006
Steps 2 Success Powered by ADP

Sat, September 16, 10:00 AM

Madison Community House, Madison

Steps 2 Success Powered by ADP

Education Giving Back Other

Add to My Calendar 09/16/2017 10:00am 09/16/2017 12:15pm America/New_York Steps 2 Success Powered by ADP

STEPS 2 SUCCESS powered by ADP is a FREE job readiness boot camp which empowers women to land their next job opportunity. You will learn how to develop your individual diverse job search strategies and solutions, and interview with confidence to land your next job opportunity. STEPS 2 SUCCESS will provide you with tools, resources, strategy planning, and the necessary connections to support you ...

25 Cook Avenue Madison, NJ 07940
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Mon, September 18, 1:00 PM

Somerset

Franklin Township Chamber of Commerce - Lunch & ...

Arts & Entertainment Education Food & Drink

Add to My Calendar 09/18/2017 1:00pm 09/18/2017 3:30pm America/New_York Franklin Township Chamber of Commerce - Lunch & Learn

Come out and be part of this LUNCH & LEARN event.

Learn how your business can support the community and gain valuable exposure by sponsoring one of the newest organizations, Warriors for Life Scholarship Foundation.
Learn how your business /organization can leverage www.TAPintoFranklinTownship.net, to get your message out to the community.
Bring your cards for this great ...

149 Pierce Street Somerset , NJ 08873
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Tue, September 19, 5:00 PM

Alexander Library, New Brunswick

Native American Arts & Cultural Practice in ...

Arts & Entertainment

Add to My Calendar 09/19/2017 5:00pm 09/19/2017 7:00pm America/New_York Native American Arts & Cultural Practice in America: A Lecture with John Haworth

Please join John Haworth, Senior Executive Emeritus of the Smithsonian - National Museum of the American Indian - New York, as he shares his knowledge about cultural and arts issues impacting Native Americans, including key museum practices, repatriation and social change.

Rutgers University Archibald S. Alexander Library, 4th Floor 169 College Avenue New Brunswick, NJ

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The Jaffe Briefing - December 14, 2018

TRENTON - In his 30 years or so in print journalism, Charlie Stile knows his readers. This stalwart columnist at the Bergen Record knows what his readers will find interesting, how they like to be told a story and even when they are most likely to read his columns. Usually, that time is Friday morning, maybe around 10:30 a.m. or so. And that's why you should listen ...

The Jaffe Briefing - December 13, 2018

TRENTON - Even with a joint committee on legalizing cannabis in New Jersey, it looks increasingly doubtful that there will be a vote in 2018. It really seemed like recreational marijuana would have been legalized this fall, but there's a lot of smoke hanging arond. How should the state tax the drug? And how should a "cannabis commission" be established to oversee all the ...

The Jaffe Briefing - December 12, 2018

JERSEY CITY - For some, the chronic traffic at the Holland Tunnel is not what's really ticking them off these days. Rather, they are infuriated with the holiday décor. Someone at the Port Authority decided to stick a triangular tree over the letter "N" instead of "A" - and made the crossing a "TONNEL" by putting a wreath over the "U," ...

The Jaffe Briefing - December 11, 2018

MENDHAM - Not too long ago, the job of White House Chief of Staff was highly-coveted and well-respected for its massive influence within the Beltway. Now, it's the place you go to kill your career. There is a big "Help Wanted" sign hanging on the door knob at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., likely scrawled in crayon, and it looks like our very own former Gov. Chris Christie is once ...

The Jaffe Briefing - December 10, 2018

ON THE ROADS - Well, duh. A new report shows that North Dakota is the top state in the nation when it comes to driving. Well, of course. No one lives there. You can speed for miles and miles and not see a soul. And other great states to drive in? Well, duh, again. Those "top states," according to the 2018 Bankrate Best States for Drivers Study, include such wide open places as ...

The Jaffe Briefing - December 7, 2018

PRINCETON - If you add up all the brain power at Princeton University, it could figure a way to teach trigonometry to a flea. Yet the university has been struggling with all the bicycle thefts around the leafy campus. NJ.comreports the latest effort is for police to create "bait bikes."  They are equipped with GPS devices so cops can track them and hopefully find the ...

NJ Shops Take Doughnuts to the Next Level

December 15, 2018

We found some of the best places to get doughnuts in New Jersey.

While one of the most recognizable global brands, Dunkin’, is dropping the “Donuts” from its  name, smaller doughnut shops in New Jersey are seeing rise in demand for the tasty treats.

Jessica Dreyer, a fourth generation farmer at Dreyer Farms in Cranford, NJ, said that doughnuts have ...

Rutgers Report Views Online Classes As the Future

December 12, 2018

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Ten years ago, 1,234 were taking online college courses at Rutgers University.

Last year, in the fall semester of 2017, that number reached 23,042, according to university figures.

Nationwide over 6.4 million people are sitting in front of computers to take college courses, about one-third of all the students taking high education classes, Richard Novak, Rutgers ...

150 Years of The Daily Targum: Rutgers Student Newspaper Launched Many Prominent Journalists

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - S. Mitra Kalita, vice president of programming for CNN’s digital division, honed her who-what-when-where-and-whys at The Daily Targum, Rutgers University’s student newspaper, reporting on race relations, labor, immigration and globalization, among other issues.

Melissa Hayes, communications and social media specialist at the North Jersey Transportation ...

Rutgers Athletes Break Record Off the Field

NEW BRUNSWICK - Rutgers student athletes this week gained recognition from the Big Ten Conference, with 86 Scarlet Knight players named to the Fall 2018 Academic All-Big Ten List.

The total number of recognized fall sport athletes is a record for the university, topping the 84 students who received the honor in the fall of 2015.

Brian Shushkovsk, of Morganville was recognized as one of 40 ...

Edison Police Officer Arrested, Charged with Tampering

December 13, 2018

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Middlesex County authorities today announced that another Edison police officer was arrested, this time for destroying evidence he believed would be used in an investigation.

Nicholas Lunetta, 31, of Scotch Plains, was charged with one count of tampering with evidence and one count of obstructing the administration of law, Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew Carey and ...

Somerville Town Center Gets OK for 5-Story Luxury Apartment Building on Main Street

December 14, 2018

SOMERVILLE, NJ - Edgewood Properties, the developer of the Somerville Town Center luxury apartments on West Main Street, was given preliminary and final site plan approval by the borough Planning Board Wednesday night for a second five-story building with 153 luxury units and parking garage for 521 vehicles.

Ground breaking is expected mid- to late summer 2019, according to Colin Driver, the ...

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Tips To Keep Your Holiday Safe

December 7, 2018

NEW BRUNSWICK - As families prepare for the holiday season, Middlesex County officials sent out a warning about potential fire hazards from trees, lights and fireplaces.

“These steps will help prevent fire hazards in your home so you can focus on celebrating with your family,” said county Freeholder Shanti Narra, chair of the Public Safety and Health Committee. “And as ...

Bilingual Children are Unique Language Learners

November 26, 2018

As New Jersey classrooms are becoming increasingly diverse, professionals are continually learning to provide services to bilingual children.  In the last 30 years, as the number of children has increased by 10 percent in the U.S., those whose home language is not English has more than doubled.

Speech Language Pathologists (SLP) and teachers are focused on young “English Language ...

Husky Foster Program at Tree-licious Orchards Provides a Better Life for Rescue Dogs

December 10, 2018

PORT MURRAY, NJ -- Tree-licious Orchards has a great reputation for their varieties of apples, fruits and vegetables, but it’s also known as a foster home for rescue husky dogs. “Our huskies just love life at the orchard,” said Tree-licious partner, Ginger Kesler.

Housing huskies at the farm started as a way to help reduce the orchard of critters and provide a better life for ...

Clinton's Fourchette Shares the Secrets of their Success as a Small Business

<!--block-->CLINTON, NJ -- TAPintoTV Senior Producer Kayla Galka recently stopped into Fourchette, a shop on Main Street here, and spoke with staff members about the secrets of the success behind this thriving small business.

Fourchette opened five years ago as a full-service cheese shop, with gourmet foods, imported French linens and unique home and kitchen goods. While ...

Millburn Winter Walk Holiday Event Highlights the Importance of Shopping Local

<!--block-->MILLBURN, NJ -- Crowds gathered here in Taylor Park for the lighting of the 2nd Annual “Winter Walk,” presented by the Millburn-Short Hills Chamber of Commerce. Held a day after “Shop Local Saturday,” the event highlighted the importance of community and supporting local destinations and businesses this holiday season. <!--block-->

“It ...