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Fighting Addiction-Prevention Links Receives National Grant to Support Recovery Services

September 20, 2017

ROSELLE, NJ - A national $600,000 Building Communities of Recovery (BCOR) grant has been secured by Prevention Links to bolster its recovery support efforts. The grant comes through the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act.

In 2016, President Barak Obama signed into law the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act or CARA. This is the first major federal addiction legislation in 40 years ...

Gun Buy Back Program to be Held in 3 NJ Cities July 28-29

PLAINFIELD, NJ - A two-day gun buy back event will take place in three New Jersey cities on July 28 and 29 from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm as a part of the New Jersey Statewide Gun Amnesty Program.

The three events will take place in:

Camden, at the Antioch Baptist Church at 700 Ferry Avenue
Newark, at the Greater Abyssinian Baptist Church, 88 Lyons Avenue
Trenton, at the Friendship Baptist ...

Middle School Moms Who Claim Students Taught 'Islam is the True Faith' Are Now Represented by Thomas More Law Center

ANN ARBOR, MI – The Thomas More Law Center (TMLC), a national public interest law firm based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, announced Thursday that it is representing two Chatham, New Jersey mothers who are being pilloried by their community. Their crime: appearing on Fox TV’s Tucker Carlson Show to voice concerns about Islamic indoctrination of Chatham Middle School seventh ...

Photo of the Day: Gubernatorial Candidate Steven Rogers on the Campaign Trail

NUTLEY, NJ - Nutley Commissioner Steven Rogers  the campaign trail along the Jersey Shore.

Rogers told TAPinto Nutley "The voters are telling me that they don't care who the County Committee endorses. They are supporting us."   

TAPinto.net first broke the story of Rogers' plan to run for statewide office in November 2016. TAPinto Nutley ...

Morristown Police Determine Border Patrol Image was Digitally Altered

MORRISTOWN - It has recently come to the attention of the Morristown Bureau of Police, as well as Town officials that an image depicting the presence of Border Control on Sussex Avenue was circulated on Tuesday February 28. The origins of the image are currently unknown, however, it has been determined by Bureau of Police that the photo was digitally altered to falsely show an event that never ...

Paterson Woman Charged for Drugs and Child Neglect During Visit to HQ with Three Kids

DENVILLE, NJ – A Paterson woman showed up smelling like marijuana when she came to the Denville police station recently to meet an acquaintance who, earlier in the day, was charged with drug possession after his marijuana fragrance raised an officer’s suspicion, police said Wednesday.

The woman, Malikata Horton, 27, came to police headquarters on Feb. 26 to see Nathanial Tullies, ...

Teen Struck and Killed in Westfield by Off-Duty Trooper, Prosecutor’s Office Says

WESTFIELD, NJ — A 13-year-old girl was killed in Westfield Saturday night after she was struck by a service vehicle driven by an off-duty New Jersey State Police Trooper, acting Union County Prosecutor Grace H. Park announced Sunday.

The girl’s name has not yet been released. She was reportedly a freshman at Westfield High School, playing a scavenger hunt game with friends when she ...

A Profile on Addiction: On Heroin and Homeless in New Jersey

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — Chelline and Rick were robbed at knifepoint around 8:30 a.m. on a weekday morning.

The robbery occurred two weeks ago on Joyce Kilmer Avenue, near New Street. Chelline was punched three times, breaking her nose, before she ran to get help from officers in the nearby family courthouse. Rick, now with staples in his stomach, took a beating that landed him in the ...

As Paterson Residents Worry, Elizabeth Mayor Issues Response to Recent ICE Action in City

ELIZABETH, NJ – Mayor Christian Bollwage issued the following statement regarding actions by any outside agency seeking police assistance, including Immigration and Customs Enforcement, in the city of Elizabeth.

“Any outside agency that requests the help of Elizabeth police needs to present the warrant to the chief or the officer in charge and a decision will be made in reference ...

Montclair Residents Fill Buses Bound for Women's March on Washington

MONTCLAIR, NJ - Hundreds of Montclair and surrounding areas residents loaded onto buses during the wee hours of the morning on Saturday, Jan. 21 headed for Washington, DC.

Buses chartered by several organizations and individuals, including Montclair-based Blue WaveNJ left from the campus of Montclair High School at about 4:00 a.m. There was an air of excitement as ...

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