Home & Garden

May 13, 2021

OCEAN COUNTY, NJ — There are many things to consider when choosing a Realtor in today's market. A FULL time Realtor who is passionate about Real Estate is very important. This ensures they are on the job immediately should anything come up throughout the buying/selling process and readily ...

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SHIP BOTTOM — One of TAPinto's significantadvertisers, Express Plumbing and Heating is going to be presenting some solid information for our readers each Friday. Today, Master Plumber David Hill is going to give insight on a product they regularly install, Flo by Moen. This is a must with a ...

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OCEAN COUNTY, NJ — Ocean County officials announced today that help is on the way for residents facing eviction. Grant money paid directly to the renter's landlord could easily bring a sigh of relief. Just last week, the State of New Jersey opened up its COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance.

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SHIP BOTTOM — One of TAPinto's significanat advertisers, Express Plumbing and Heating is going to be presenting some solid information for our readers each Friday. Today, Master Plumber David Hill is going to give some tips on the importance of changing air filters in heating and cooling systems ...

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Break out the tools and garden your way to a healthier mind, body and spirit.  Gardeners have always know it, but now research proves that gardening is a great form of exercise. You’ll work out all your major muscle groups when raking, digging and planting for an hour.  Include gardening as a ...

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STAFFORD — It could be your lucky day?! We’re making room for all the great new arrivals. Don’t miss our annual Spring Cleaning Sale where you’ll find HUGE savings —20% OFF All Full Priced Merchandise throughout the stores. 50-75% OFF — in both the Garden Shop and Floral Market including a wide ...

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SOUTHERN OCEAN COUNTY, NJ — Anyone who plans on going to bed before 2 am tomorrow may want to make some adjustments now.  It's time to spring ahead. While most won't like losing an hour of sleep, the fact that spring is ahead sounds like welcome news. The bonus is that daylight keeps the world ...

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WARETOWN, NJ – Six years ago, a dog named Ryder made it on the inside to a loving home. His original rescuers had him for an overnight visit when the pup decided to hop their fence and remains unfounded. Ryder escaped from the Dock Avenue home of Sherri Wunnenberg a couple of days ago. No ...

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BARNEGAT, NJ – Developers of a 148-unit condominium project on Lighthouse Drive plan to break ground next month. Coastal Woods offers a unique opportunity as an age-restricted multifamily residential property with one and two-bedroom units available for purchase. Barnegat 67 sits just north of ...

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BARNEGAT, NJ – Well-known developer Chris Vernon knew the objections before he began clearing the land on West Bay Avenue. He plans to change perceptions when he invites neighbors to visit the project’s first model unit in May. The Barnegat Planning Board approved Phase 1 of Vernon’s The ...

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SOUTHERN OCEAN — Residents in Southern Ocean County appear to be missing another bullet, a snow storm. This is expected to have a great impact on other sections of our state. The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning for inland Ocean County, which means the coast is expected ...

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NEW JERSEY – United Van Lines has released the company’s 44th Annual National Migration Study, revealing in 2020, Americans continued to move westbound and southbound – and the COVID-19 pandemic factored into and accelerated many of those decisions to move. According to the study, which tracks ...

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WARETOWN, NJ - More than eight years after Superstorm Sandy pounded the Jersey shore, at least 100 homeowners continue to struggle with its devastation. Waretown residents Nancy and Tony Caira initially thought they were among the lucky ones. The couple lived blocks away from the Barnegat Bay.

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SOUTHERN OCEAN, NJ —  Is your perfectly-carved pumpkin being ravaged by local wildlife? If you don’t remember this being a problem in the past, there’s a lot of speculation as to why squirrels are foraging for food more than usual. Some suspect fewer acorns have left squirrels hungry, while ...

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OCEAN COUNTY, NJ – If animals could talk, they might offer a different viewpoint on their experiences amid the pandemic. Many would brag they enjoyed more encounters with their humans. A whole host of former occupants of Ocean County animal shelters would likely credit COVID-19 with connecting them ...

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LONG BEACH ISLAND, NJ - Wednesday night's storm came quick and didn't last too long, but the cleanup is not going to be fun.  Rain, thunder, lighting and wind made for an unfortunate mess of many businesses outdoor spaces.  Howard's outdoor dining tent was blown across the boulevard into ...

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TRENTON, NJ — As the phased reopening of New Jersey continues amid the COVID-19 pandemic and warming weather, the Department of Environmental Protection reminds the public that controlling the mosquito population and risk for disease is more important than ever, Commissioner Catherine R. McCabe ...

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STAFFORD and LBI — Many homeowners in both Stafford and Long Beach Island rely on the Senior Freeze Program to make ends meet. In the past, the Homestead Rebate Program has also provided tax relief to local property taxpayers. Could both programs be in jeopardy thanks to the pandemic’s negative ...

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STAFFORD and LONG BEACH ISLAND — A wicked storm blasted through the Southern Ocean County region Wednesday around 1 p.m. The storm left behind a large amount of damage to area homes and businesses.  People have questioned whether the damage was caused by a tornado or just straight line winds. No ...

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Don’t let the buzz of mosquitoes keep you indoors. Most mosquitoes are a nuisance, causing rashes and itching but some species can transmit diseases that can make you sick.  Understanding how they breed and spread disease can help you gain the upper hand in the battle against these pesky ...

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TRENTON, NJ - Lieutenant Governor Sheila Oliver joined the governor and other officials at yesterday’s daily COVID-19 press conference. Donning her hat as the head of New Jersey’s Department of Community Affairs, Oliver introduced the implementation of a temporary rental assistance ...

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STAFFORD TOWNSHIP, NJ — On Wednesday, May 20 a Proclamation was signed by Mayor Gregory E. Myhre and Chief Thomas Dellane regarding the State of Emergency and the Parks and Recreation in Stafford Township.  The Proclamation stated that on Friday, May 22, 2020 Stafford Township will reopen all ...

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