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Child Care Assistance Available to New Jersey Working Families

September 28, 2020

TRENTON, NJ – With many school districts opting to start the year remotely, many working parents are scrambling to find child care and figure out how to pay for it.

To ease the burden, the state has launched a $150 million tuition assistance program to help families cover those costs this fall.

The program will offer tuition assistance for parents with incomes of up to $75,000 in need ...

Westfield’s 2020 Columbus Day Event Canceled Due to COVID, Organizers Say

WESTFIELD, NJ — There will be no formal Columbus Day program in Westfield this year, organizers of the annual event said.

The Westfield Italian American Club and Greater Westfield UNICO in a statement said the event’s organizers consulted with town officials and agreed to cancel the program in case there is a resurgence of COVID-19.

In June, Westfield health officials indicated ...

New Jersey Date Night: Butter Them Up with Lobster

New Jersey Date Night is a series on NJ Flavor by relationship writer Craig Rogers.

We’re trading our flip flops for boots and our shorts for sweatshirts. Picnic dates on the shore might be coming to an end but one seaside dish that never goes out of season is lobster. 

Baked, broiled or served chilled, the ever-popular crustacean makes for a great meal on your ...

New Jersey Gas Tax to Increase 9.3 Cents Per Gallon in October

TRENTON, NJ — After a review of fuel consumption statistics, the New Jersey Department of the Treasury announced in August that lower fuel consumption trends, caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, will result in a gas tax increase of 9.3 cents per gallon in October.

The Treasury Department says that the hike is needed in order to ensure compliance with a 2016 law signed by then-Gov.

NJ family grows ‘giant’ 850-pound pumpkin to compete in multi-state competition

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - In the spirit of kicking off the fall season, Mayor Al Morgan approves the Pilley pumpkin as the community's BIGGEST pumpkin ever!

New Providence resident Doug Pilley, along with his brother John and son Knevin, grew a “giant pumpkin” in their backyard, estimated to be around 850 pounds, to enter into a multi-state annual weighted competition in Ridgefield, ...

Murphy Extends Public Health Emergency, Urges New Jerseyans to Work with Contract Tracers

September 25, 2020

TRENTON, NJ – During his COVID-19 press briefing Friday, Gov. Phil Murphy announced that he has extended the public health emergency in New Jersey for an additional 30 days. These declarations, unless extended, expire after 30 days.

“As we enter the Fall season, it is important to continue to take all steps necessary to save lives and stop the spread of COVID-19 in our ...

Dr. Fauci to NJ: "All in This Together; We Will End it Together"

NEW JERSEY -- Governor Phil Murphy was joined by Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases, Thursday morning for a live virtual conversation on COVID-19 (coronavirus) in New Jersey. The national expert in infectious disease said that he often points to New Jersey, which was among the first states to be “hit badly as cases ...

Vaccine opponents fear ‘twindemic’ of COVID and flu will prompt mandates

Some NJ legislators want a law requiring flu vaccines for students. Activists say COVID precautions are enough

This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 coverage. To read more, visit njspotlight.com.

Concern about a potential autumn “twindemic” of COVID-19 and ...

Child Care Assistance Available to New Jersey Working Families

September 28, 2020

TRENTON, NJ – With many school districts opting to start the year remotely, many working parents are scrambling to find child care and figure out how to pay for it.

To ease the burden, the state has launched a $150 million tuition assistance program to help families cover those costs this fall.

The program will offer tuition assistance for parents with incomes of up to $75,000 in need ...

New Jersey Gas Tax to Increase 9.3 Cents Per Gallon in October

TRENTON, NJ — After a review of fuel consumption statistics, the New Jersey Department of the Treasury announced in August that lower fuel consumption trends, caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, will result in a gas tax increase of 9.3 cents per gallon in October.

The Treasury Department says that the hike is needed in order to ensure compliance with a 2016 law signed by then-Gov.

Murphy Extends Public Health Emergency, Urges New Jerseyans to Work with Contract Tracers

TRENTON, NJ – During his COVID-19 press briefing Friday, Gov. Phil Murphy announced that he has extended the public health emergency in New Jersey for an additional 30 days. These declarations, unless extended, expire after 30 days.

“As we enter the Fall season, it is important to continue to take all steps necessary to save lives and stop the spread of COVID-19 in our ...

Child Care Assistance Available to New Jersey Working Families

September 28, 2020

TRENTON, NJ – With many school districts opting to start the year remotely, many working parents are scrambling to find child care and figure out how to pay for it.

To ease the burden, the state has launched a $150 million tuition assistance program to help families cover those costs this fall.

The program will offer tuition assistance for parents with incomes of up to $75,000 in need ...

Passaic Valley High School Board Of Education Addresses Closure Of Facility

LITTLE FALLS, NJ - Over 135 parents, teachers and community members took part in the live-streamed broadcast of the Passaic Valley High School’s (PVHS) Board of Education meeting Tuesday night.

During public discussion, the main topic was the closure of the high school due to three reported cases of COVID-19. On Sept. 21, the school closed after the notification that several ...

Learning pods create classroom feel for remote students

In place of a classroom, some families are forming small learning groups, providing the social support many kids are missing

This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 coverage. To read more, visit njspotlight.com.

Like so many kids in New Jersey, Eliana Krieger is learning ...

Totowa's Inaugural Car Show is Sunday from 9 am to 2 pm

September 26, 2020

TOTOWA, NJ - The Inaugural Totowa Car Show is Sunday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

There will be food and beverages. There's no admission, it's free, so bring kids! 

The Car Show is taking place in the Wells Fargo parking lot at 515 Union Blvd. Totowa. 

 

 

Paterson Poetry Festival Announces 2-Day Lineup for October 3-4

The 3rd annual Paterson Poetry Festival is set to be held again at the Historic Passaic County Courthouse.

Festival goers will be practicing their first amendment rights using the courthouse stairs as a stage.

The two-day event, will begin with Volume I on Saturday October 3, and continue with Volume II Sunday October 4. The festival will run from 10 AM - 6 PM on both ...

Sign Up Today for Totowa's Second Annual Turkey Trot

TOTOWA, NJ - Residents are invited to work up an appetite before the big day at Totowa's Second Annual Turkey Trot. 

Taking place on the Sunday before Thanksgiving, the Turkey Trot is a true community event, with everyone welcome. Runners, families, friends - even the stroller crowd are invited to be a part of this new tradition. 

It's all taking place Nov. 22, 2020 with a ...

400 Kente Face Masks Help Camden PD Teach Important Lesson

September 20, 2020

CAMDEN, NJ — Both a history lesson and a lesson in safety.

The Camden County Council for Young Children (CCCYC) on Thursday gifted the Camden County Police Department (CCPD) 400 children’s face masks and copies of “My Kente Mask.”

The book, by authors Dr. Juanita White and her husband George H. White, III, share the Ghanaian origins of kente cloth - retrofitted into ...

Camden Police Tackle Surge of Drug Overdoses Amid Pandemic

CAMDEN, NJ — Camden police officers have spent several weeks canvassing city neighborhoods to share information about resources for those dealing with drug addiction.

As part of "Operation Helping Hand," officers - wearing face masks and socially distancing - have placed door hangers for residents to know they can seek help for themselves or for loved ones.

The program ...

Victims in Sunday Morning's Shooting in New Brunswick Identified

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Authorities have identified the victims of Sunday morning’s shooting on Delafield Street.

Anthony Robinson 23, of New Brunswick, and Lionel Macauley, 28, of Franklin, have been identified as the two male victims who were taken to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital and died from the injuries they sustained in the shooting, according to Middlesex County ...

Gov. Murphy Commemorates Former West Orange Coach Joe Suriano

September 23, 2020

WEST ORANGE, NJ — Governor Phil Murphy remembered beloved West Orange High School Coach and teacher Joe Suriano in a broadcasted touching tribute on Sept. 18.

Suriano retired on Jan. 29, 2015 as teachers and staff lined the halls of West Orange High School. A scholarship in his name was founded in 2016 and will continue to provide funds for graduating WOHS seniors for years to ...

Jersey Shore Outdoors: Fishing Update from Jim Hutchinson, Sr., September 20 Update

LONG BEACH ISLAND REGION — The New Jersey summer flounder season ends today, September 19, and with northeast winds gusting to 30-knots and seas of 5-6-feet, few, if any, boats fished on the final day.

Now that the fluke season is over, it is time to look to the fall and begin seeing what other fish are available. Many anglers are already getting their gear ready for the fall run.

Sign Up Today for Totowa's Second Annual Turkey Trot

TOTOWA, NJ - Residents are invited to work up an appetite before the big day at Totowa's Second Annual Turkey Trot. 

Taking place on the Sunday before Thanksgiving, the Turkey Trot is a true community event, with everyone welcome. Runners, families, friends - even the stroller crowd are invited to be a part of this new tradition. 

It's all taking place Nov. 22, 2020 with a ...

$250K Fix-Up in Store for Morris Canal in Roxbury

September 25, 2020

ROXBURY, NJ – An important piece of the former Morris Canal, situated in Ledgewood and choked with weeds, will soon receive major restoration.

Known as Morris Canal Incline Plane 2 East, the 19th Century structure in Roxbury’s Morris Canal Park will see restoration of its stone-lined raceway, mule/towpath, foundations and support structures. The work will be funded by ...

September 22 Travel Update from Governor Murphy; 1 New State Added, 4 States Re-Added

NEW JERSEY - Governor Murphy has updated the travel advisory.. As of Tuesday, September 22 the Governor has added Wyoming and re-added Rhode Island, Nevada, Minnesota, and Arizona.

Visitors coming from the following states and jurisdictions must quarantine for 14 days:

Alabama (added 6/24/20)
Alaska (re-added 9/1/20)
Arizona (re-added 9/22/20)
Arkansas (added ...

Jersey Shore Outdoors: Fishing Update from Jim Hutchinson, Sr., September 20 Update

LONG BEACH ISLAND REGION — The New Jersey summer flounder season ends today, September 19, and with northeast winds gusting to 30-knots and seas of 5-6-feet, few, if any, boats fished on the final day.

Now that the fluke season is over, it is time to look to the fall and begin seeing what other fish are available. Many anglers are already getting their gear ready for the fall run.

Fundraiser is Chance at a Cure for 15-Year Old NJ Girl

September 18, 2020

CLARK, NJ - Concerned family, friends and neighbors are calling out to the community and beyond to consider helping a Clark family.   Julia Morreale, a 15-year-old Clark student has been fighting cancer and is in need of a bone marrow transplant according to a Go Fund Me Page set up to help her family.  Morreale would be the first-ever heart transplant recipient to undergo a ...

$2.35 Million Grant for Lawyers and Counselors Who Help Tenants Facing Eviction

The New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund (NJPRF), a non-profit organization created to address the health and economic crisis in New Jersey caused by the coronavirus pandemic, is providing $2.35 million for critically needed free legal and counseling services to thousands of people and families facing eviction.

The NJPRF’s Housing Stability Project grant will allow two leading organizations ...

Audible Launches Global Center for Urban Development

NEWARK, NJ — Audible, the world’s largest provider of audiobooks, is launching a new initiative focused on advancing equality, racial justice and economic empowerment, and has hired Aisha Glover, President and CEO of Newark Alliance as vice president of Urban Innovation, according to the company. 

Glover will step down from her CEO position at the Newark Alliance ...

Rutgers researchers: Job Satisfaction, Productivity Rise for Working Parents during COVID-19

September 26, 2020

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Juggling diaper changes and Zoom meetings might be a good combination for some Americans.

A new survey by researchers at Rutgers University reveals that working parents are happier with their job, and they are getting more done, than people without children.

Researchers attribute the surprising results to a sharp increase in the number of men helping with childcare and ...

Workers fear losing full-time jobs, no training, corporate surveillance

Task force considers benefit reforms, training and more to help workers

This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 coverage. To read more, visit njspotlight.com.

State tax credits to encourage companies to offer worker training, 401(k)-style accounts to help people pay to ...

Menendez Champions Bill to Support Restaurant Recovery

WASHINGTON, DC - U.S. Senator Bob Menendez announced last week that he has cosponsored the Restaurants Act, legislation that would provide $120 billion in federal relief for local food service, drinking establishments, and caterers that have suffered financial losses due to COVID-19.  

Funding through the grant program will be calculated based on revenue losses between 2019 and 2020 ...

Hawthorne Restaurant Primo Amore Joins Other Restaurants in Filing a Class Action Lawsuit Against Governor Murphy

September 24, 2020

HAWTHORNE, NJ - Owners Linda and Michael Passaro have been running local eatery Primo Amore on Diamond Bridge Avenue for the last three and a half years. Having both come from families in the hospitality and restaurant industry, their dream of opening up their own family restaurant was realized once they took over Primo Amore. For the Passaros, it has been nothing short of fulfilling to be able ...

Menendez Champions Bill to Support Restaurant Recovery

WASHINGTON, DC - U.S. Senator Bob Menendez announced last week that he has cosponsored the Restaurants Act, legislation that would provide $120 billion in federal relief for local food service, drinking establishments, and caterers that have suffered financial losses due to COVID-19.  

Funding through the grant program will be calculated based on revenue losses between 2019 and 2020 ...

Garden State’s farmers struggle with impact of COVID-19 on agricultural industry

Those that sold to supermarkets fared better than those that relied on restaurants and schools

This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 coverage. To read more, visit njspotlight.com.

Third-generation farmer Eric Hensel says in March he took what he was growing in his ...

NJ family grows ‘giant’ 850-pound pumpkin to compete in multi-state competition

September 27, 2020

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - In the spirit of kicking off the fall season, Mayor Al Morgan approves the Pilley pumpkin as the community's BIGGEST pumpkin ever!

New Providence resident Doug Pilley, along with his brother John and son Knevin, grew a “giant pumpkin” in their backyard, estimated to be around 850 pounds, to enter into a multi-state annual weighted competition in Ridgefield, ...

TAPinto Fall Lawn Care Tips

As summer transitions into fall, it is time to help lawns recover from summer stress. Let the weather and the condition of your lawn help you develop a plan suited to your landscape.

Continue mowing actively growing lawns. Mow high, leaving cool season grasses like bluegrass and fescues at least 2 ½ preferably 3 ½ inches tall after cutting. Warm season grasses like ...

Fall Lawn Care Tips

As summer transitions into fall, it is time to help lawns recover from summer stress. Let the weather and the condition of your lawn help you develop a plan suited to your landscape.

Continue mowing actively growing lawns. Mow high, leaving cool season grasses like bluegrass and fescues at least 2 ½ preferably 3 ½ inches tall after cutting. Warm season grasses like ...

Passaic County Officials Cut Ribbon on New Pet Disaster Relief Trailer

September 18, 2020

WAYNE, NJ  – Passaic County pets in distress during a disaster will now have the assistance of the Passaic County Animal Response Team (CART) Trailer.

Officials cut the ribbon on the state-of-the-art mobile shelter that is fully stocked with emergency supplies and equipment to provide relief to pets of affected residents during a natural disaster or other emergency on ...

Two Furry Kids Caught Trying to Enter Fair Lawn School Too Early

FAIR LAWN, NJ - What were these furry kids thinking? Trying to break into Forrest Elementary School when they really should have read the sign better. Fortunately, the police saved the day by getting the furry children to their probable true destination: the forest.

All kidding aside, it was a tip from some real children playing near Forrest School on Hopper Avenue on September 5 that caused ...

Sussex County Board of Election Administrator Announces Retirement After Box of Ballots Found Uncounted

September 20, 2020

NEWTON, NJ – The Sussex County Board of Elections has announced the retirement of Administrator Margaret McCabe as of October 1. The announcement comes in the wake of the discovery of a box of 1666 uncounted primary election ballots late last week.

The board of elections has “not yet made a decision about filling the position,” according to Republican Commissioner Member ...

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Sign Up Today for Totowa's Second Annual Turkey Trot

September 17, 2020

TOTOWA, NJ - Residents are invited to work up an appetite before the big day at Totowa's Second Annual Turkey Trot. 

Taking place on the Sunday before Thanksgiving, the Turkey Trot is a true community event, with everyone welcome. Runners, families, friends - even the stroller crowd are invited to be a part of this new tradition. 

It's all taking place Nov. 22, 2020 with a ...

Careful What You Wish For

For Sale at Auction
One pre-owned Tyrannosaurus Rex dinosaur. Good condition. 188 original bones. Stands 13 ft high x 40 ft. long. Assembly required. Original box. Free shipping with Amazon Prime. Final sale only. No returns or exchanges.

If you thought museums were the only venues for large scale dinosaur skeletons, think again. In a few weeks Christie's will be selling an authentic, ...

Grounded

At the risk of sounding political, I believe in science.

I spent way too many hours subjecting my brain to a Math-O-Matic blender of science classes in school to discount it. Let’s face it, nobody would have made it that hard if there wasn’t some validity to it.

Oh I believe in other important stuff too, like astrology and miracles for instance, but a well-accepted scientific ...

Psychologist Meryl Dorf PhD on Managing Anxiety During Times of Stress and Disruption

September 24, 2020

LITTLE FALLS, NJ -- TAPintoTV looks back to our conversation with clinical psychologist, Meryl Dorf, Ph.D. about how we can maintain our mental health and manage anxiety during times of stress and uncertainty. 

“There’s a lot that we can’t control and spending our time thinking and worrying about that fuels the anxiety,” said Dorf, “but focusing on ...

NJ Apple Picking Farm Provides Husky Dogs a Better Life

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 rid the orchard of critters and provide a better life ...

Paterson Will Pilot Guaranteed Income

September 21, 2020

“I'm now convinced that the simplest approach will prove to be the most effective — the solution to poverty is to abolish it directly by a now widely discussed measure: the guaranteed income.”

- Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

In June 2020, a coalition of mayors founded Mayors for a Guaranteed Income (MGI) to advocate for direct, recurring cash payments to everyday ...

Paterson Will Pilot Guaranteed Income

“I'm now convinced that the simplest approach will prove to be the most effective — the solution to poverty is to abolish it directly by a now widely discussed measure: the guaranteed income.”

- Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

In June 2020, a coalition of mayors founded Mayors for a Guaranteed Income (MGI) to advocate for direct, recurring cash payments to everyday ...

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New Jersey Date Night: Butter Them Up with Lobster

September 27, 2020

New Jersey Date Night is a series on NJ Flavor by relationship writer Craig Rogers.

We’re trading our flip flops for boots and our shorts for sweatshirts. Picnic dates on the shore might be coming to an end but one seaside dish that never goes out of season is lobster. 

Baked, broiled or served chilled, the ever-popular crustacean makes for a great meal on your ...

It’s Harvest Time! 5 Fun New Jersey Wineries to Visit this Autumn

Wine experts say that fall is prime time for visiting wineries in New Jersey because it is the harvest season, when grapes are ripe on the vine.  

Over the years, the Garden State has earned credibility as a quality wine-producing state, in great part due to its fertile soil.

If you’re looking for a fun way to spend a day this season, consider a trip to one of ...

Hawthorne Restaurant Primo Amore Joins Other Restaurants in Filing a Class Action Lawsuit Against Governor Murphy

September 24, 2020

HAWTHORNE, NJ - Owners Linda and Michael Passaro have been running local eatery Primo Amore on Diamond Bridge Avenue for the last three and a half years. Having both come from families in the hospitality and restaurant industry, their dream of opening up their own family restaurant was realized once they took over Primo Amore. For the Passaros, it has been nothing short of fulfilling to be able ...

State Agency Approves Financing for Housing, Childcare Components of Hinchliffe Stadium Project

TRENTON, NJ - The redevelopment of historic Hinchliffe Stadium, as well as the construction of 75 units of senior affordable house, 5,000 square-feet of childcare space, and a 315-space parking garage took a major step forward Thursday.

At their September 17 meeting the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency approved a commitment for construction and permanent mortgage financing for ...

Paterson Poetry Festival Announces 2-Day Lineup for October 3-4

The 3rd annual Paterson Poetry Festival is set to be held again at the Historic Passaic County Courthouse.

Festival goers will be practicing their first amendment rights using the courthouse stairs as a stage.

The two-day event, will begin with Volume I on Saturday October 3, and continue with Volume II Sunday October 4. The festival will run from 10 AM - 6 PM on both ...

Westfield’s 2020 Columbus Day Event Canceled Due to COVID, Organizers Say

September 27, 2020

WESTFIELD, NJ — There will be no formal Columbus Day program in Westfield this year, organizers of the annual event said.

The Westfield Italian American Club and Greater Westfield UNICO in a statement said the event’s organizers consulted with town officials and agreed to cancel the program in case there is a resurgence of COVID-19.

In June, Westfield health officials indicated ...

Buried Vehicle Found on Berkeley Heights Municipal Complex Site

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - A construction crew from EUC Corporation made quite an unexpected discovery when they found a vehicle buried in the ground at the new Municipal Complex site in Berkeley Heights.

EUC was preparing the site for paving on Monday when their heavy equipment went over an area that felt uneven. They dug to make sure there wasn't anything problematic and found ...

Florence Adler Swims Forever by Rachel Beanland

Florence Adler Swims Forever by Rachel Beanland (Simon & Schuster, 2020)

 

Month and Year: August 1926

Event: At the age of 21, the tenacious Trudy Ederly, a 1924 Olympic gold medalist in the 4 x 100 meter freestyle relay,  became the first woman to swim across the English Channel. Ederly, a Jersey girl, made it from the shores of France to the British Coast in 14 hours and ...

Too Much and Not Enough by Mary Trump

Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man by Mary L. Trump, Ph.D. (Simon & Schuster, 2020)

 

I admit it. I couldn’t wait to get my copy of Too Much and Never Enough by President Donald Trump’s niece, Mary Trump. Mary, whose father, Fred, was Donald’s  older brother, was shunned by her grandfather and cut out of the ...

Tips to Cope with Anxiety and Depression

Editor's Note: This is a "best-of Joan" column, which first ran on Oct. 11, 2019.

We live in a fast paced world, seldom taking the time to catch our breath. Add to the general stress of life, a significant event such as losing a loved one, getting fired from a job, going through a divorce, or another difficult situation, and you have a recipe for emotional ...

Combat Procrastination: 4 Tips to Help You Get the Job Done

I am the queen of procrastination, always have been. Throughout school and into my adult life, I always waited until the last minute to get something done, telling myself that I work best under pressure. The reality was, I didn’t feel like doing the work, and so I waited until it was absolutely necessary. This behavior resulted in so much unnecessary stress.

When I started my companies, ...

Remembering Tyler

September 22, 2020

Today marks 10 years since the passing of Tyler Clementi, a Rutgers University freshman whose death by suicide siezed the conscience of the nation. The following tribute was written by Tyler’s cousin Jen Ehrentraut whose memorable testimony helped pass NJ’s anti-bullying bill of rights.

No one knows exactly why someone else takes their own life, but Tyler chose to jump off of the ...

New Jersey Festival Orchestra Names New Executive Director, Zachary S. Blutner

September 27, 2020

The New Jersey Festival Orchestra (NJFO) today announces that, following an extensive search, Zachary S. Blutner has been named as the organization’s new Executive Director.

Blutner comes to NJFO with nearly 20 years of experience in both non-profit and for-profit institutions in the tourism and hospitality industries.

 “Zach joins us with a very impressive resume, great ...

IRS highlights employer credits for businesses during Small Business Week

WASHINGTON —During Small Business Week, the Internal Revenue Service reminds business owners and self-employed individuals of the employer credits available to them during COVID-19.  

These credits were specially created to help small business owners during this unprecedented time. During Small Business Week, the IRS wants to ensure all eligible people know about the relief ...