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VIDEO: Film and TV Studio Proposed for Newark, Paterson Resident Leads Community Clean-up, Affordable Housing Opens in Elizabeth and Roxbury Student Habitat Home Transferred

May 19, 2022

NEW JERSEY - A $125 million dollar film and TV complex proposed in Newark. Plus, a Paterson native leads effort to clean up hometown. And, a house built by Roxbury students is transferred to a new lot while an affordable housing complex opens in Elizabeth. 

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VIDEO: New Franklin Youth Center Opens, Camden Waterfront Pavilion Gets Another New Name, Westfield Memorial Day Parade Returns and Wayne Teen Loses Battle with Cancer

NEW JERSEY - A long-awaited youth center in Franklin opens. Plus, Camden's Waterfront Pavilion gets another new name. And, Westfield will hold a Memorial Day parade and picnic after COVID cancellations the last two years. Also, the town of Wayne mourns the loss of a teen who died from a rare blood cancer. 

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VIDEO: Roxbury to Equip Buses with Cameras, Newark Students Explore Construction Careers, Artist Royalty Shows Off Work in Chatham and WayneQuest Returns

NEW JERSEY - Roxbury will equip 38 buses with security cameras after a physical assault is reported. Plus, Newark students in a building trades program get the chance to explore construction career pathways.  And, a Chatham art gallery shows work from artist royalty. Also, WayneQuest returns to celebrate the town's 175th Anniversary. 

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VIDEO: Plainfield Burn Victim Thanks First Responders, Piscataway Celebrates Jackie Robinson, East Brunswick Scouts Give Treats to Police and Chatham Fire Department Celebrates 100 Years

NEW JERSEY - A young Plainfield burn victim thanks first responders who saved her. Plus, Piscataway celebrates the 75th Anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking baseball's color barrierl. And, East Brunswick Boy Scouts spend a day with police. Also, the Green Village Fire Department in Chatham celebrates 100 years.

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VIDEO: Piscataway Rallies for Fire Victims, Newark Pledges $20 Million for Affordable Housing, Union Educators Rally Over Contracts and Sparta Celebrates 105-Year-Old Resident

NEW JERSEY - Piscataway residents start a fund to help victims of a recent fire. Plus, Union educators rally over contract negotiations. And, Newark pledges $20 million towards building affordable housing units. Also, a Sparta resident celebrates her 105th birthday with the community. 

TAPinto's Kristina Behr has today's Now in New Jersey, Powered by ...

VIDEO: Cranford Baseball Team Rallies Around Boy Needing Eighth Surgery, Piscataway to Honor Jackie Robinson, Comic-Con Returns to Phillipsburg and Fair Lawn Council Discusses Chickens

NEW JERSEY - The Cranford Highschool Baseball team rallies around a young boy with a rare disease is scheduled to have his 8th surgery. Plus, Piscataway will commemorate the 75th Anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking baseball's color barrier. And, Phillipsburg will hold Comic-Con this year in-person. Also, Fair Lawn debates chicken ownership. 

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VIDEO: Compassion Cafe in Beach Haven Opens, Jets Visit Wayne Valley Girls Flag Football Team, Cranford Residents Help Ukraine and Roxbury Students Thank Habitat Home Donors

NEW JERSEY- The Compassion Cafe, a non-profit that employs teens and adults with disabilities, opens in Beach Haven. Plus, the New York Jets pay a visit to the Wayne Valley Girls flag football team. Also, Cranford residents send hundreds of aid boxes to Ukraine. And, Roxbury students thank donors who helped them build a Habitat for Humanity home. 

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VIDEO: Surprising Discovery in West Orange Church, Hoboken to Redevelop Old Recording Studio, Union Resident Named Volunteer of the Year and Blood Drive in Memory of South Plainfield Resident

NEW JERSEY - A surprising discovery is made in an abandoned West Orange church. Plus, Hoboken sets plans to redevelop an old recording studio. Also, a Union resident is named 'Volunteer of the Year.' And, South Plainfield holds a blood drive to honor a resident who died from gastric cancer. 

TAPinto's Kristina Behr has today's Now in New Jersey, Powered by ...

VIDEO: Newark Teachers Awarded Gift Cards from Church, West Orange Teacher Gets TV Makeover, Hunterdon Harmonizers Honored and Cranford Alum Inducted Into Hall of Fame

NEW JERSEY - More than 200 Newark teachers receive a $50 gift card from the Saint James AME Church for Teacher Appreciation Week. Plus, a West Orange teacher gets a TV makeover on 'The Drew Barrymore' show. And the leader of the Hunterdon Harmonizers is recognized for his work in the Flemington community. Also, a Cranford High School alum gets inducted into the NJHS Ice Hockey ...

VIDEO: 'RHONJ' Star Visits Westfield, Study Finds Increase of Corporations Buying Newark Homes, Wayne Honors Small Biz and Bordentown Student Wins Governor's Award

NEW JERSEY - A 'Real Housewives of New Jersey' star visits Westfield for its Girls' Night Out event. Plus, a new Rutgers-Newark polls hows corporations are buying Newark homes at an alarming rate. And, Wayne honors small businesses in the community. Also, a Bordentown student is set to receive the prestigious Governor's Award in arts education. 

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'Two Minutes with TAPinto' Features South Plainfield Publisher Darlene Tedesco-Cullen

SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ — This month's "Two Minutes with TAPinto" features TAPinto South Plainfield publisher Darlene Tedesco-Cullen.

When she started TAPinto South Plainfield, she worked full time as Regional Manager/Business Development for a bank. It became so successful that she was able to leave her banking career to focus on TAPinto full-time.

"I say this to all ...

Severe Thunderstorm Watch in Effect in South Brunswick Township, High Winds Expected

May 16, 2022

SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ- A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect in South Brunswick Township as winds are expected to reach 60mph, according to a nixle alert sent to the community. The police department is warning of high winds which may lead to downed trees and power lines. Residents are asked to secure all items on their property in preparation for the storm. The severe thunderstorm watch will be ...

East Brunswick's Indian Cultural Society Hosts "Proud To Be Me" Walk To Support Daisy Recreation

May 3, 2022

EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - The Indian Cultural Society is proudly joining hands with the Daisy Recreation, an East Brunswick Township program that has been serving the community for over 50 years and has provided services for children and adults with disabilities in our local community. The group has scheduled a walk on Sunday, May 15 from 9 am to 11 am at the community Arts Center to support ...

Spring Birding Day Upcoming In East Brunswick

EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - The next East Brunswick Spring Birding Day is set for Saturday, May 7. Steve Albert, founder of Birding East Brunswick, will be back! Those interested will meet at 8 a.m. at the parking lot at Dallenbach's (East Brunswick Community Park) to look for warblers and waterfowl. Next, for a change of habitat, the group will head to Heavenly Farms, then Beaver Dam ...

First Rutgers Day In Two Years Draws Tens Of Thousands

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Third Floor - a band so named because the four members assembled their guitars and drums on the third floor of the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center to rehearse - were rocking the crowd on the College Avenue lawn. Students swayed, a woman waved and two kids who taken a front row seat were nodding their heads to the music. It seemed fitting that the band closed their ...