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Mon, August 26, 6:00 PM

Union Public Library, Union

Connect, Explore, Discover!

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Add to My Calendar 08/26/2019 6:00pm 08/26/2019 7:00pm America/New_York Connect, Explore, Discover!

Discover our free digital resources for downloading e-books, audiobooks, music, and more. Please bring your mobile device and Union Library card.

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Tue, August 27, 11:30 AM

Union Public Library, Union

Mobile Aging Kiosk

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Add to My Calendar 08/27/2019 11:30am 08/27/2019 1:30pm America/New_York Mobile Aging Kiosk

Union County’s mobile Aging Service Kiosk (ASK) is designed to provide residents with a convenient, friendly way to find out about services for the aging, and for their families and caregivers. ASK is staffed by professionals with the Division on Aging and Disability Resource Connection of the Union County Department of Human Services.


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Tue, August 27, 2:00 PM

Union Public Library, Union

Tuesday Movie at Two at UPL

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Add to My Calendar 08/27/2019 2:00pm 08/27/2019 4:00pm America/New_York Tuesday Movie at Two at UPL

Enjoy a movie with friends. Call 908-851-5450 for the title.

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Union Public Library Open House Offers Information on Free English Classes for Speakers of Other Languages

September 12, 2019

UNION, NJ – The public is invited to hear about Union Public Library’s free English Classes for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) at an Open House at the Main Library on Tuesday, October 1.

To learn more about the program or the Open House, call 908-851-5450 x2.  Funding for the program is made possible through the Community Library Adult Literacy & Career Pathway Grant ...

Free Spanish Lessons

UNION, NJ - Free Spanish lessons are being offered beginning Friday, November 1 and continuing every Friday through December 27.

The eight-week conversational Spanish lessons, sponsored by the Hispanic Organization for Peoples Empowerment (H.O.P.E.), will be held at the Vauxhall Meeting Center, 333 Russell Street, Vauxhall, from 7:00 - 8:00 p.m.

The adults-only program is limited to 25 ...

Preparations to Begin for Work to Salem Road

UNION, NJ – Prep work for upcoming road improvement is scheduled for Salem Road, from Morris Avenue to Galloping Hill Road, beginning Thursday, Sept. 12.

The mobilization and prep work on the part of the contractor is a week or two in advance of the actual road work start date.  

The work being performed will consist of various road improvements, such as milling, paving, and ...

Modeline Mentor graduates from Fairleigh Dickinson University

September 12, 2019

MADISON, NJ -- Modeline Mentor, of Union, a student at Fairleigh Dickinson University's Metropolitan Campus, located in Teaneck, NJ, has graduated with a Certificate in UC/GR as of May 2019.

FDU's Metropolitan Campus, located in the dynamic New York/New Jersey corridor in Teaneck, N.J., features a university atmosphere with an international perspective, attracting students from ...

Union Students graduate from Fairleigh Dickinson University

MADISON, NJ - In Commencement exercises on May 21, 2019, FDU conferred more than 2,400 degrees, ranging from associates to doctorates, on graduates at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.  Union residents who received a dipolma from FDU were:

Nicole Fazendeiro 

Michael Denicolo 

Kelly Maciel 

Ashley Donaldson 

Cesar Reyes 

Amber Van ...

TAPinto Union Milestone Promotion

UNION, NJ - Is there an important milestone happening in your life:  a Christening, Bar/Bat Mitzvah, Engagement, Wedding?  How about a great school/college accomplishment you'd like your community to hear about?

Share your good news with friends and family by posting a Milestone on TAPinto. FREE for a Limited Time. 

Just log in to TAPinto.net, Click on ...

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Brain Surgery Breakthrough and Other News from Atlantic Health System

On this AtlantiCast, see how Atlantic Health System is breaking new ground when it comes to brain surgery, learn about a new clinical trial into the treatment of melanoma, find out how Overlook Medical Center is turning trash into treasure and making health care more environmentally friendly and much more!

 

Union High School PTA to Host Clothing Drive

September 11, 2019

UNION, NJ – The Union High School PTA is hosting a clothing drive on Saturday, October 26, at the front entrance to the high school.

The PTA is collecting:

Wearable and usable clothing
Shoes (need to be in a separate bag)
Belts
Handbags
Linens
Stuffed animals
Small toys
Bikes and scooters

The Union High School PTA will receive a donation for the total poundage ...

Subdivision? Parking? Takeover of Lord & Taylor Prompts Talk in Westfield

September 10, 2019

WESTFIELD, NJ — The online fashion rental brand Le Tote intends to close on its purchase of Lord & Taylor by the start of the holiday season, and beginning in 2021 may reassess the retailer’s network of stores, the company’s announcement said.

What this means for Westfield’s expansive Lord & Taylor on property owned by the municipality’s largest ...

UPDATED: Man Threatening to Jump Off Roof of Linden City Hall Now In Custody

LINDEN, NJ - According to witnesses on the scene, a man has been apprehended after several hours of sitting and standing on the ledge of the Linden City Hall building, Monday afternoon.

Several officers from law enforcement departments from the New York and New Jersey area joined Linden police department on the scene to negotiate with the man until his ...

Negotiations in Progress for Man Threatening to Jump Off Linden Municipal Building

LINDEN, NJ - According to the breaking news network, Linden Police officers are actively negotiating with a man threatening to jump off the roof of Linden City Hall.

The area of Wood Avenue and Blancke Street is currently sealed off as police are negotiating.

Linden Police are asking drivers to use an alternate route at this time.

More information to follow as it becomes ...

Video: Governor and Dignitaries Honor Elmora Trooper Little League Team with “Parade of Champions”

ELIZABETH, NJ - If you were driving through Elizabeth on Friday afternoon, you may have seen the large parade of cars and huge float carrying the Elmora Troopers Little League Team as they were being honored by a very proud community. 

The Elmora Troopers beat the best teams in New Jersey to win the State Championship before heading to Connecticut to play in the Mid-Atlantic Region ...

Four Residents Charged with Fraudulent Enrollment in Elizabeth Public Schools Free Lunch Program

ELIZABETH, NJ - Four People have been charged for fraudulently enrolling their children in the school district’s free and reduced-price lunch program by drastically under-reporting their household income, according to acting Union County Prosecutor Lyndsay V. Ruotolo.

Nelly Acevedo, 52 an Elizabeth Public Schools custodial along with Faraj Assi, 42, Mayra Rivas-Pozo, 39, and Angelica ...

Cranford Movie Theatre Expected to Close Thursday, Theatre Won't Comment

CRANFORD - A little over a week ago, Westfield residents were stunned when the Westfield Rialto Theatre went dark. The closing left many in Cranford wondering if their town's theatre would be next. 

New Vision Theatres, owner of both the Westfield and Cranford theatres, assured the Cranford DMC and the Township that Cranford's Theatre wouldn't be affected by ...

Suspect Charged with Tearing Up Greens at Trump National Golf Course

September 10, 2019

BEDMINSTER, N.J. – A 26-year-old Milford man has been charged with criminal mischief after police say he tore apart the 11th and 13th greens at Trump National Golf Course with his car in two separate incidents, according to Somerset County Prosecutor Michael H. Robertson.

The suspect, Richard J. McEwan, was arrested at his Church Road home on Sept. 10th following an investigation, ...

Man Charged with Placing Explosive Devices near Sea Bright Bar and South Plainfield Parade Route

SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ -  South Plainfield's Labor Day Parade was cancelled today due to the investigation of suspicious activity last night in the township.  Governor Phil Murphy had been scheduled to march in the parade, as had many local politicians, veterans, and administrators.  Lots of kids were supposed to march, too.

Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew C. Carey, ...

New Jersey Date Night: Autumn Apple Picking

September 14, 2019

New Jersey Date Night is a series on NJ Flavor by relationship writer Craig Rogers.

When you date someone not from New Jersey they might ask why we’re known as the Garden State. Typically the answer can be found with one visit to a local farmer’s market, but if doubt persists all you have to do is take them to a New Jersey orchard. 

A beautiful fall afternoon becomes ...

Two Apple Cider Cocktails Perfect for Fall Sipping

It’s apple season in New Jersey, and with it comes fresh apple cider.

We asked Grain & Cane Bar & Table in Berkeley Heights to share a couple of their favorite apple cider cocktail recipes. These are perfect for sipping as we slide past the dog days of summer and into the fall.

Cider Old Fashioned

“This one is our new featured ...

Tuscan-Style Café May Have Just Served NJ’s Largest Schiacciata Sandwich

What’s the best food for a first birthday party? It was an enormous flatbread sandwich filled with mozzarella and imported prosciutto at a Tuscan-style café and bakery in New Jersey Sunday.

More than 500 people* partook of the schiacciata sandwich at Farinolio in Westfield to celebrate the business’s first anniversary, possibly breaking records for the largest ...

Traditional or with a Crazy Twist, New Jersey Loves Mexican Street Corn

Mexican street corn is popping up just about everywhere. But how did this popular street food from our neighbors to the south end up a ubiquitous snack and appetizer in New Jersey?

Local business owners say it’s because people travel to Mexico and other Latin countries more often and are becoming more familiar with their cuisine. People have also tried it at street fairs, festivals and ...

Letter: Dorian Was a Warning That Communities Are Not Prepared for the Next Rahway River Flood

September 14, 2019

The Mayors Council Rahway River Watershed Flood Control will be meeting in Springfield Town Hall September 18 at a meeting hosted by Mayor Erica Dubois to discuss the status of the Federal-State Rahway River Flood Mitigation Plan.

Mayors Council consists of representatives of the affected communities including Springfield Mayor Erica Dubois; Maplewood Mayor Vic DeLuca; Cranford Mayor Pat ...

HomeGrown NJ Highlights Asbury Park’s Progressive & LGTBQ-Friendly Spirit

September 13, 2019

ASBURY PARK, NJ -- Besides sand, surf and Springsteen, Asbury Park has been known in recent years as a hub for the New Jersey LGBTQ community. HomeGrown Host Stephanie Willoughby spoke with Comedian & Activist Jess Alaimo about the LGBTQ-friendly atmosphere of Asbury Park. Alaimo grew up in Asbury Park, where she still lives, and has family roots here. She founded the Asbury Park Young ...

Millburn, NJ Attorney on the Importance of Legal Advice for Startups

NEW YORK, NY -- TAPintoTV caught up with Attorney Jonathan Goodgold, Esq., of the law firm Maitlin Maitlin Goodgold Brass & Bennett at TechDay New York, the largest event for startups in the U.S. TechDay produces events to connect the startup community and highlight the most unique and innovative products currently in development. 

“All great businesses start with a great ...

Independent Cinema Serves as Community Hub for Arts-Centered Asbury Park

ASBURY PARK, NJ -- This week’s episode of HomeGrown: Asbury Park features a conversation with the owners of The ShowRoom Cinema, an independent movie house in town. When owners Michael Sodano and Nancy Sabino opened ShowRoom in 2009, there were no movie theaters in Asbury Park. 

“We couldn’t understand how a town that was so arts and culture-centric had no cinema,” ...