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Winning Jersey Cash 5 Lottery Ticket Sold in Sparta

October 17, 2017

SPARTA, NJ - Check your tickets.  Someone has a $76,216 lottery ticket that was purchased at  Stop and Shop in Sparta.  The winning Jersey Cash 5 numbers are 4, 10, 27, 35 and 40.

The Sparta winner will share the $152,432 jackpot with another winning ticket purchased in Hoboken. 

Livingston Resident and Novartis Executive Joins Metro YMCA of the Oranges’ Board of Directors

LIVINGSTON, NJ — As Livingston resident Lori Ryan moved up the ranks at Novartis Pharmaceuticals, she made a point to support other professional women, taking on leadership roles in organizations that help advance women in business. 

In her ongoing commitment to serve her community, Ryan recently joined the Metropolitan YMCA of the Oranges’ board of ...

Power Outage Does Not Stop these Barbers

SPARTA, NJ - When the lights went out in parts of Sparta on Saturday afternoon, the barbers at A Cut Above on Woodport Road had to improvise.  They moved outside to be able to finish up on the customers in their barber chairs, making for an interesting sight.

Newton Town Center Senior Housing Accepting Applications

NEWTON, NJ – The Town of Newton announces representatives from the new senior apartment complex, Newton Town Center, will be available on October 12 and 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 39 Trinity Street to accept applications and answer questions about the apartments or the application process.

People are asked to register at http://www.newtoncentrenj.com/ by Wednesday, November 8 to ...

Perona Farms Recognized by Sparta Township Council for 100 Year Anniversary

SPARTA, NJ – It was a full agenda at the Sparta Township Council meeting on Tuesday night as Mayor Gil Gibbs presented a number of proclamations including one to commemorate a significant anniversary of a local business, Perona Farms.

The Andover restaurant is celebrating its 100th year.  Gibbs said the restaurant began when Emil Perona purchased a 260 acre dairy farm and now ...

Town of Newton Slashes Business Fees, Encourages Entrepreneurship

Newton, NJ – The Mayor and Town Council of the Town of Newton recently enacted legislation to slash business fees to encourage entrepreneurship in the town.

Specifically, Ordinance 2017-16, adopted on August 28, 2017 and effective on September 20, 2017, cuts retail food establishment license fees in the Clerk’s Office and several fees in the Planning Office regarding site plan ...

TAPinto Nutley launches 'On3" section for coverage of Prism's Redevelopment of former Roche site

NUTLEY, NJ - As work continues on Prism's On3 redevelopment of the former Roche campus in Essex County, TAPinto Nutley launched the 'On3' section to bring news of construction, tenants, and government issues into one place.

'On3' will bring all of the coverage regarding the project to one place so readers can keep up with all of the development. Stories about Seton ...

Before Trump Broke Up Biz Council, Johnson & Johnson CEO Resigned

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — The head of Johnson & Johnson decided to step down from President Donald Trump's Manufacturing Council today, prior to its disbandment, according to the company.

Alex Gorsky, chairman and CEO of the New Brunswick-based Johnson & Johnson, announced his exit in a statement, following reports published yesterday, Aug. 15., which said he planned to remain ...

Newton Sidewalk Closure

NEWTON, NJ – The Town of Newton officials announce the sidewalk on the corner of Spring Street and Union Place on Monday, between 8 a.m. and noon.  The closure is to allow RPM to install panels.  They need to drive a machine on the sidewalk.

The installation should take half a day to install and should not disrupt the business district or traffic according to town officials.

What’s Going on Around the Newton Neighborhood

NEWTON, NJ—There are many changes sprouting up all around the Town of Newton these days, including three major construction projects. Dunkin Donuts, Auto Zone on Sparta Newton Road and the Newton Town Centre Senior Residences being built on Spring Street.

According to Town Manager, Thomas S Russo Jr., who spoke about the projects at the last Town Council meeting “the Dunkin ...

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Free Career Fair to Feature Seminars, Raffles

October 13, 2017

Attendees who visit the Career Fair at Project Self-Sufficiency on Thursday, October 19th, will be entered to win a $250 Shop Rite gift card, and have the opportunity to fine-tune their interview skills and attend multiple workshops in addition to meeting with area employers.  The Career Fair, open 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., is designed for job seekers, those who need assistance with job ...