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20 Stanley Road 4 Bedroom Split Level

Posted July 16, 2020 By Roxanne Giacalone

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Move right into this expanded 4 bedroom split level home including a Master ensuite with sitting room, large closets & spacious full bath. Newly refinished floors, professionally painted, ceiling fans, updated Eat in Kitchen, 2 full bathrooms, & home office with adjacent powder room. Large Living Room with gas fireplace, separate dining room, Ground level family room, waterproofed basement with french drains (2019), gas water heater (2019), 2 zone heating & central air conditioning & a professionally installed generator hook up. Walk up attic. Charming neighborhood convenient to mass transit, downtown shopping & dining, library, & award winning schools. 

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Virtual Wildlife Wednesdays for Children in Union County

The Union County Freeholder Board is pleased to announce a new virtual education initiative aimed at teaching children about animals and the important role they play in the environment. 

Wildlife Wednesdays kicks off on Wednesday, July 22nd with a program entitled “Frogs, Toads and Turtles” which will explain the difference between frogs and toads and turtles and ...

Union County Residents: Make One Change

The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders is asking county residents to join a global initiative to reduce their plastic waste during the month of July, and hopefully long after.  Plastic Free July is a world-wide movement that encourages people to become part of the solution to plastic pollution – so we can all have cleaner streets, oceans and beautiful litter-free ...

Union's Great Book Give Away Begins Wednesday

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UNION, NJ - The Union Great Book Give Away (UGBGA) is happening this week.

The Book Give Away is a community partnership between the NJEA, Union Township Education Association, Here’s the Story Bookstore, the Union Historical Society, the Township of Union, Friends of the Union Public Library and the Union Public Library, aiming to bring books to kids in Union this summer.

Stop ...

Union Public Library Launches Free Virtual Series on Finding Employment

UNION, NJ -  If you think finding a job right now is impossible, think again. There are jobs out there! According to the NJ Department of Labor & Workforce Development, the State has recovered a total of 219,800 jobs, or about 26 percent of the job loss in March and April. This is also reflected by, currently listing 35,541 jobs in New Jersey alone.

To help you find a job, ...

Union County’s Free Mobile Document-Shredding Program to Coming to Union August 8

UNION COUNTY, NJ – The next county run mobile paper shredding event for personal and confidential documents will be held on August 8, at Kean University.

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Over 650 Students Graduate from York College of Pennsylvania on May 31

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YORK, PA - Over 650 students graduated from York College of Pennsylvania on May 31, including Union residents Meaghan Brandt and Laura Roberts.

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Ann Taylor’s Westfield Store Closed Permanently After Owner Reports Fiscal Woes

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WESTFIELD, NJ — Ann Taylor’s store on East Broad Street is permanently closed.

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Washington School Fourth Graders Come Together to Say Good-Bye

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UNION, NJ - Washington Elementary School's fourth graders came together as the Class of 2020 one final time on Wednesday.

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Shakespeare Theatre Scores with 'Crazy Love'

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Libby’s Lunch: Foodies Flock From Near and Far for One Last Bite

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PATERSON, NJ — Some 30 cars filled to capacity the two parking lots that surround Libby’s Lunch on McBride Avenue.

Word was out Monday evening that Libby’s Lunch — a restaurant long known for its chili dogs — would be closed permanently by the end of the week. Customers had come for one last chance to say goodbye to Libby’s.

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New Jersey Date Night: Life’s a Beach in Avalon

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

A little seaside road trip makes for a perfect date and Avalon provides an unforgettable backdrop. You can enjoy everything from shopping to surfing and, of course, outdoor dining in this affluent shore town on Seven Mile Island.

Besides checking out the exquisite real estate, you and your date can ...

Opinion: For Our Family with Food Allergies, the Pandemic Got So Much Scarier

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We are the family that was used to weekly allergic reactions due to ever-changing and surprisingly hidden ingredients, even in foods ...

CFO Your Way Provides Crucial Financial Expertise for Local, Small Businesses

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LITTLE FALLS, NJ -- Cheryl Mucha, Founder and CEO of CFO Your Way, spoke with TAPintoTV’s Executive Producer Brian Brodeur about how her firm helps small business owners realize their financial goals. Brodeur and Mucha spoke via video conference from East Main Media’s studio in Little Falls, NJ, which has been reconfigured to accommodate remote interviews due to the COVID-19 ...

Walter Pardo of WFP Tax Partners Discusses Parkinson’s Law as Part of Profit First Strategy

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