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Garden State Film Festival Accepts 'One Last Cup', A Short Film by Busy Local Filmaker Christopher Boncimino

January 14, 2019

MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ - If he filmed an autobiography, Filmmaker Christopher Boncimino's might be titled "A Busy Man". His Short Film 'One Last Cup' was just accepted by the Garden State Film Festival. In addition, this Filmmaking student is part of the next generation of sci-fi programming with "Arthur Futuro". It is quite a story.

Christopher Boncimino is a ...

Overnight Shooting Leaves One Injured

PATERSON, NJ- Paterson police found a crime scene but no victim after responding to the area of North Main Street on a report of shots fired in the early hours of Sunday.

According to Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia M. Valdes and Paterson Police Chief Troy Oswald the call came in at approximately 1:24 a.m.

A short time later, the report reads, members of the Paterson Police Department ...

Rutgers—Camden Names Law School's First Woman, African-American, LGBT Co-Dean

CAMDEN, NJ— The new co-dean of Rutgers Law School in Camden is the first woman, the first African American and the first LGBT law dean at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. 

Rutgers University–Camden Chancellor Phoebe A. Haddon announced the appointment of Kimberly Mutcherson, a bioethics and health law scholar, as co-dean of Rutgers Law School in Camden. She ...

After 98 Years, Flemington Furs is Going Out of Business

FLEMINGTON, NJ -  One of Hunterdon’s most storied and iconic stores is closing up shop and going out of business. Flemington Furs announced its closing in a letter to its customers.

“After 98 years of being a family held business, we will be closing our doors and liquidating our entire inventory,” the letter states. It also promotes the store’s “final ...

New Jersey Marine Brothers Get Celebratory Surprise Before Deployment

TETERBORO, NJ -- Two brothers who will be deploying on separate missions for the United States Marine Corps soon received a couple of giant surprises on Sunday as they received a hero's sendoff from the local community. The day's events were coordinated by A Hero's Welcome North Jersey.

The day began for Ethan and Noah with tickets to the New York Giants/Dallas ...

Tune in on New Year's Day to watch the Donate Life Float in the Rose Parade

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Since 2004, the Donate Life Rose Float has served as a memorial to organ and tissue donors and a platform for donor families, transplant recipients and living donors to inspire the world to save and heal those in need through the gift of life.

NJ Sharing Network and their generous partners, Bridge to Life, Dignity Memorial Funeral Homes and Hearts for ...

Bayonne First Responders Perform Christmas Miracle

BAYONNE, NJ- “In all my years on this job, I don’t recall ever being put in such a perfect spot at a perfect time,” Bayonne Firefighter Ed Skelly told TAPinto Bayonne of coming across a serious  accident while making runs as part of the Department’s Multi-Service Unit on Saturday. 

According to reports, a man identified only as being a priest ...

In Wake of Paramus School Bus Tragedy, Legislation Passed to Ensure School Bus Safety

Four new bills were signed into law this week, making the Garden State an example for the rest of the country on school bus safety. The bills mirror federal legislation Gottheimer introduced earlier this year -- Miranda’s Law and the Secure Every Child Under the Right Equipment Standards (SECURES) Act of 2018 -- in the wake of the Paramus bus accident in May that tragically killed two ...

More Than 300 Parsippany Jobs to be Eliminated from Conagra

PARSIPPANY, NJ - Conagra Brands has announced that it will eliminate more than 300 positions out of its Parsippany location, which will be in addition to another 200 positions that will be eliminated out of Cherry Hill. This news comes shortly after Honeywell announced a week or so ago that it is relocating its headquarters from Morris Plains to North Carolina.

Senator ...

Paterson Train Station Dedicated to Paterson Man Killed in Twin Towers Attack

PATERSON, NJ- On what would have been his 46th birthday friends and family of Paterson native Kenny Lira gathered with city officials on Sunday to officially dedicate the Paterson Train Station in his honor. Lira, 27 at the time, lost his life when terrorists attacked the World Trade Center's Twin Towers on September 11, 2001.

The temporary plaque which will be replaced with a ...


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