TAPinto Nutley launches 'On3" section for coverage of Prism's Redevelopment of former Roche site

August 17, 2017

NUTLEY, NJ - As work continues on Prism's On3 redevelopment of the former Roche campus in Essex County, TAPinto Nutley launched the 'On3' section to bring news of construction, tenants, and government issues into one place.

'On3' will bring all of the coverage regarding the project to one place so readers can keep up with all of the development. Stories about Seton ...

Before Trump Broke Up Biz Council, Johnson & Johnson CEO Resigned

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — The head of Johnson & Johnson decided to step down from President Donald Trump's Manufacturing Council today, prior to its disbandment, according to the company.

Alex Gorsky, chairman and CEO of the New Brunswick-based Johnson & Johnson, announced his exit in a statement, following reports published yesterday, Aug. 15., which said he planned to remain ...

Newton Sidewalk Closure

NEWTON, NJ – The Town of Newton officials announce the sidewalk on the corner of Spring Street and Union Place on Monday, between 8 a.m. and noon.  The closure is to allow RPM to install panels.  They need to drive a machine on the sidewalk.

The installation should take half a day to install and should not disrupt the business district or traffic according to town officials.

Sparta Township Asked to Prohibit Proposed Pole Project

SPARTA, NJ – Jefferson Township residents are asking Sparta Township to block a plan by Verizon and their contractors to add utility poles on Sparta Milton Road.  This past spring Timothy McDonald spoke at a township council meeting about plans to run fiber from a node on a tower on Glen Road, down Sparta Milton Road to Weldon Road and then to another utility tower on Pecose ...

Sparta's Lake Mohawk Country Club Pursues Sale of Properties

SPARTA, NJ – The Lake Mohawk Country Club members voted to sell parcels of land currently designated as parks within the Lake Mohawk reservation.  On July 19, at a Special Meeting at the Lake Mohawk Country Club, members had a chance to speak on the topic and cast their votes.

Members were able to vote in person with paper ballots, online and by absentee ballot.  Gregory ...

Newton's Petition to Bring Trader Joe's to Town

NEWTON, NJ – The Town of Newton is asking residents to consider adding their names to a petition to encourage a Trader Joe’s to open in the community.  The petition is on the municipal website.

Link to the petition.



Summer Hours for the Town of Newton and Green Township

NEWTON, NJ- The Town of Newton and Green Township Municipal Court Offices, specifically the Violations Bureau, will be closed on Friday, July 7 and Wednesday, July 12, 2017.

The Town of Newton’s municipal building is following summer hours through September 1.  The municipal building will be open

Monday through Wednesday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to ...

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United Way and Partners Help Residents Claim Vital Tax Credit

July 29, 2017

MORRISTOWN, N.J. –United Way of Northern New Jersey and its partners helped area residents who are working but struggling to afford the basics claim nearly $1.5 million in Earned Income Tax Credits through its free tax preparation program this year.

For local individuals and families who are ALICE — Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed — living paycheck to ...