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May 15, 2022

Red Bank, NJ: Several hundred "Bans Off Our Bodies" marchers began today’s 11:00am rally starting at the Red Bank train station and continuing up Monmouth Street carrying signs and repeating the chants of organizers. The gathering was in response to the potential overturning of a May 4 leaked ...

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STAFFORD - The MAGA boat parades are back in 2022. Readers might recall the MAGA boat parades that took place in 2020 all over the nation.  Former Stafford Township Councilman George Williams is organizing the parade this year. It will take place on June 4. There will be a ‘MAGA Boat Parade’ and ...

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CARTERET, NJ – A simple, one-page spreadsheet at Borough Hall shows the amount of state and federal grants that have been secured to fuel hundreds of millions of dollars of redevelopment underway throughout town. And it is an impressive list, showing nearly $85 million in external funding ...

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SAYREVILLE, NJ -- The ShopRite of Ernston Road in Sayreville sold a lottery ticket worth $815,767 from Jersey Cash 5 on Saturday, May 7. The numbers of the ticket were 07, 13, 16, 28, 34, and XTRA number 2. For selling the winning ticket, ShopRite will be given a $2,000 bonus.

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WAYNE, NJ – Wayne’s Finest made quick work of the mystery of the remains of the human fetus discovered this past Sunday, May 8. The very next day, the investigation led to two arrests in connection with this strange case. The following account is based on a statement released by Wayne Police ...

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PLAINFIELD, NJ — A pedestrian with a skateboard was struck at Martine and Hillside avenues in Plainfield by a black Nissan car early Tuesday evening. According to a Breaking News Network alert, a person was pinned under a vehicle, and airbags were used to remove the victim. Pictures provided to ...

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CAMDEN, NJ – Kris Kolluri, a former state transportation commissioner and now CEO of Camden Community Partnership, has been nominated to head the New Jersey-New York development corporation that is going to build a new rail tunnel under the Hudson River. Gov. Phil Murphy and New York Gov. Kathy ...

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PATERSON, NJ – Six Paterson men said to be involved in the operation of a “chop shop” which reportedly possessed stolen cars and stripped them for parts have been charged for their crimes, according to Acting Attorney General Matthew Platkin. Two Newark residents were also charged. In a ...

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FAIR LAWN, NJ - When you think of local video, you think of Wayne Robbins whose lengthy list of snippets of local life have created an equally lengthy biography for Fair Lawn. Robbins has received two major awards recently for his extensive work documenting life in Fair Lawn: Service Above ...

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HACKENSACK, NJ - City officials in Hackensack are demanding answers and solutions following the latest report from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Teterboro Airport showing planes not taking the flight path designed to protect the city from noise pollution.  The approach to Runway ...

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RIDGEWOOD, NJ — The Pedestrian Plaza is on the agenda for Wednesday evening’s council meeting. The Pedestrian Plaza was established early in the pandemic and involves closing off the street to cars on weekends, thereby providing more space for outdoor activities, including expanded restaurant ...

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HACKENSACK, NJ - A scam text message has been sent to residents of Hackensack claiming to be the Hackensack Fire Department selling t-shirts. The Hackensack Fire Department is advising residents who receive the message to delete it and not click the link.  “HFD has been made aware of a text ...

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WESTFIELD, NJ — Ten Tamaques School fifth-graders are making a lasting impact on the Westfield community. For their Bronze Award project, the members of Girl Scout Troop #40360 refurbished the Tamaques Park women’s bathroom to make the experience more sanitary and enjoyable. In fall 2020, the ...

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PATERSON, NJ – Mayor Andre Sayegh and New Jersey Community Development Corporation (NJCDC) CEO Bob Guarasci cut the ribbon on Paterson’s newest redeveloped park, Lou Costello Memorial Park, on Thursday. With funds from the Community Development Block Grant, Alexandra’s Playground and the Passaic ...

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HAMILTON, NJ -- Bordentown Township Police Chief Brian Pesce has pleaded not guilty after being arrested for suspected drunk driving and leaving the scene of an accident in Hamilton Township last week. The Hamilton Township Police Division told TAPinto that officers were dispatched to the ...

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SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - Mark Conover had an obsession with New Jersey milk bottles, cataloging and researching the history of each bottle and the dairy farms that were once prevalent in the Garden State, He passed away in February, 2021, leaving behind a collection of 4,500 milk bottles and ...

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JERSEY CITY, NJ - For most passengers taking the PATH train heading west in the direction of Newark, the next station after Journal Square has always been Harrison. This will change if officials get their request, establishing a Marion Street PATH station to service the rapidly growing west side ...

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CRANFORD, NJ - One lucky veteran was gifted a car from Benner's Auto Body, which has been in Cranford since 1910. Joe O'Neill, Jr. owner of the South Avenue body shop, said giving back to the community has always been a priority for the family-owned business. Veteran causes were always close to ...

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Our April 20 article on Mercer County’s plans to create a roundabout at the intersection of Rosedale Road and General Johnson Way, site of a fatal pedestrian collision last summer, drew some spirit commentary on TAPinto Princeton Facebook page. Readers wondered how school buses leaving or ...

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PROSPECT PARK, NJ - When Sakaria "Zack" Tahhan, 21, identified the alleged Brooklyn subway shooter, Frank James, 62, while working on a security camera system in New York City, he wasted no time in alerting the NYPD.  The police had been investigating the mass shooting, which wounded many with ...

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CLARK, NJ – Late Friday afternoon the Clark PBA released a letter indicating a vote of ‘no confidence’ by its membership against Clark Mayor Bonaccorso after tapes of him using sexist and racial slurs were released by a former police officer. The Clark Police Department is currently under ...

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Editor's note: This article has been updated to include information from Chief Frank Perna of the Denville Police Department. DENVILLE, NJ – An Indian Lake resident on Tuesday told the Denville Township Council that he and his family have been dealing with continual abuse from a group of Morris ...

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PISCATAWAY, NJ – Vandals poured tar on one of the cricket pitches at a township park and Piscataway Police would like to know who did it. The cricket pitch at the Normandy Drive cricket field had puddles of thick, black tar pooled in at least two places making it unusable until it could be ...

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PROSPECT PARK, NJ - Sakaria "Zack" Zahhan, a twenty-one-year-old New Jersey resident who is credited for helping identify the alleged perpetrator of a mass shooting on a Brooklyn subway on April 12, will be honored in Prospect Park Friday by Mayor Mohamed Khairullah and Montvale Mayor Mike ...

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ROXBURY, NJ – Construction of the Villages at Roxbury housing development in Landing will be shut down May 3 - and heavy fines will be imposed - if the developers do not address violations of the state's Soil Erosion and Sediment Control Act. The warning was included in a violation notice served ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – A project that could one day make the morning commute to the office or the weekend jaunt to New York safer for travelers who use the Northeast Corridor – the nation’s busiest passenger line - is starting to pick up steam. The NJ Transit Board of Directors this week approved ...

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ROXBURY, NJ – The poor condition of the Roseville Tunnel in Byram, a major impediment to bringing passenger train service on the long dormant, historical Lackawanna Cutoff west of Roxbury, is about to be improved. The NJ TRANSIT board of directors on Wednesday approved a contract to rehabilitate ...

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TRENTON, NJ — Gov. Phil Murphy says adults at least 21 years old will be able to purchase recreational marijuana and marijuana products without a medical card in New Jersey starting on April 21, 2022. "This is a historic step in our work to create a new cannabis industry," Murphy said on ...

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JERSEY CITY, NJ - A teacher at Academy 1 Middle School was suspended after allegedly going on a 45-minute racist rant directed at African American students. The teacher was suspended with pay pending an investigation. A portion of the rant was recorded by a student.  Parents of students claim ...

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NEW JERSEY -- New Jersey’s average gas price dropped eight cents this week to $4.08 ($4.16), according to AAA Northeast, which tracks gasoline prices. Today’s average price is down 29 cents from a month ago ($4.37), but it’s still $1.19 higher than April 11, 2021. New Jersey’s average price is ...

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