Business & Finance

November 3, 2018

TAPinto.net reminds you to change your clocks on Sunday, November 4

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The Center for Non-Profits, New Jersey’s umbrella organization for the charitable community will convene over 550 attendees for the largest annual gathering of non-profit leaders and allies, at its 2018 New Jersey Non-Profit Conference, Raising the Voices of Our Communities, Wednesday, December 5 ...

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LAFAYETTE, NJ — Nicola Jane Interiors, a design shop, has opened in Lafayette Village. The new company features Farrow & Ball Paints and Paper and Thibaut wallpaper and fabrics and the elegant creativity of Sparta resident Nicola Callaghan.  “The launch event was a huge success with guests ...

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SPARTA, NJ — One lane of Glen Road, knows as County Road 620 will be closed for approximately one month near Walnut Road, across from Sparta Lake. The county department of public works will be replacing a stone retaining wall according to Sparta Mayor Josh Hertzberg, delivering the Township ...

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NEWTON, NJ — The town council approved a resolution to support a plan for enhancements to power company infrastructure, estimated to cost customers 25 cents per month. During the August town council meeting, Jacqueline Espinoza, the area manager for JCP&L, spoke about their new program called ...

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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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