Business & Finance

August 13, 2018

NEWTON, NJ – Town of Newton officials remind residents the third quarter tax payment deadline has been extended to August 14.  If taxes are not paid by August 14 interest will revert back to August 1.

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SILVERDALE, WA. – A 2006 Newton High School graduate and Newton, New Jersey, native is serving in the U.S. Navy as part of a crew working aboard a unique guided-missile submarine, USS Ohio, one of only four in the Navy’s fleet. Petty Officer 2nd Class Mark Frolich, a sonar technician on a ...

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NEWTON, NJ - The Town of Newton will be hosting a town wide garage sale on August 3, 4 and 5.  Maps are available at the police station or municipal clerk's office at 39 Trinity Street or through this link.

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SPARTA, NJ – Here are a couple of things to do in Sparta July 20-29 On Friday evening the 2018 Spartan Arts free Summer Concert Series continues with a performance by Billy Hector at Dykstra Park from 7 to 10 p.m.  Rain location is Mohawk Avenue School. Tickets for a drawing for St. Moritz ...

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NEWTON, NJ- Town of Newton officials has announced Division Street will be closed to vehicular traffic on Monday, July 16 from 7 a.m. until noon.  Crews will be working in the area.

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SPARTA, NJ — Much of the regions legal community was gathered in the ballroom of the Lake Mohawk Country Club for the Annual Sussex County Bar Association Installation Dinner on last week. Sparta attorney Janine Cerra took her oath as the association’s president. The event began with cocktails ...

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NEWTON, NJ- The Town of Newton will hold a town wide garage sale on August 3, 4 and 5.  Permits are available from the Municipal Clerk’s office at 39 Trinity Street for all three days for $15. A map will list all of the participating homes, along with key items to be sold.  A garage sale ...

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SPARTA, NJ – After three years of construction, the new offices of Biondo Investment Advisors have officially opened their door.  The ribbon cutting ceremony took place under clear blue skies with more than 100 people looking on. Located across from the Stop & Shop on Main Avenue co-founders ...

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HARDYSTON, NJ – The ballroom at Crystal Springs Clubhouse was the site of the Circle of Excellence Extravaganza for the Sussex County Association of Realtors on Wednesday.  Rescheduled once due to snow, more than 250 attended the event. The Executive Officer Molly Whilesmith organized the event, ...

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SUSSEX COUNTY, NJ – A young man injured in a diving accident is seeking help in getting Stem-cell treatment.  The 22-year-old lives with his aunt in Vernon.  She has raised him since his mother died when he was eight. Then the accident occurred Mackenzie was 21, working and in the Navy ...

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NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ – Facebook recently announced it is changing its news feed and algorithms so that news from legitimate publishers and posts from businesses will seldom appear.  At TAPinto, we believe in serving you with high-quality, objective local news coverage.  It only takes two clicks.  ...

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NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ – Facebook recently announced it is changing its news feed and algorithms so that news from legitimate publishers and posts from businesses will seldom appear.  This will be frustrating for people who use Facebook to find news and information relevant to them, said TAPinto ...

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SPARTA, NJ - A new business has opened it's doors in Sparta.  On Saturday, December 9 Mathnasium had a ribbon cutting to celebrate their grand opening.  Helping to cut the ribbon were Mayor Gil Gibbs and the owners Mary and Ray Muller.  Also on hand were instructors Robert Wade, Sener Alptekin and ...

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NEWTON, NJ – The Town of Newton announces the Town Center Parking Lot will be closed Monday, December 4 through Wednesday, December 6.

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NEWTON, NJ - Continuing with their annual holiday traditon, the Newton Parking Authority would like to wish everyone a joyous holiday season by offering free parking from Thursday, November 23, through January 1, 2018.  The Adams Street lot #1, Main Street lot #2, Western Plaza lot #3 and Central ...

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NEWTON, NJ – The Town of Newton is looking for input from people work or live in Newton.  The answers will be used to continue to make improvements, according to town officials. A group of Seton Hall students is conducting a research project, partnering with the town to conduct a “short ...

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BASKING RIDGE, NJ-  We share with you the alert from the Ed Slott Elite IRA Advisor Group regarding the latest news on the Tax Reform Proposal. It’s way to early to tell what will stay or what will go, ...

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SPARTA, NJ – It has been a long time coming but Sparta’s Integrity Dental has officially opened the doors to their new home.  From vision to completion the project that transformed the old barn into a brand new professional building took more than three years. “There was about two years of ...

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SPARTA, NJ – Sparta Township’s credit rating has been raised to “AA+ with a positive outlook” township manager Bill Close announced at the council meeting on September 5. Close said the boost in the rating came after Sparta Chief Financial Officer Sam Rome made a presentation to Standard and ...

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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. 

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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 ...

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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.

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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