VERONA, NJ – Verona’s first Green Fair was held Saturday at the Verona Civic Center. The fair was hosted by the township and Verona’s Green Team, Sustainable Verona and included activities to raise awareness of environmental issues and featured vendors, green businesses, book swaps, organic gardening and green speakers.
Verona Goes Greener
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By MICHAEL M. SHAPIRO, CEO AND FOUNDER, TAPINTO.NETJanuary 23, 2018
VERONA/CEDAR GROVE, NJ – Facebook recently announced it is changing its news feed and algorithms so that news from legitimate publishers and posts from businesses will seldom appear.
At TAPinto Verona/Cedar Grove we believe in serving you with high-quality, objective local news coverage. To make sure that you continue to see news from us in your Facebook News ...
By ELANA KNOPPJanuary 23, 2018
Newark, NJ—Newark’s iconic Bell building may be Newark's next hot spot.
Built in 1929 and designed for the New Jersey Bell Telephone Company, the 21-story tower—located on Broad Street in downtown Newark—is being converted into a mixed use project by 540 Broad Street LLC, a joint venture comprised of principal partners L+M Development Partners, Inc., ...
By MIKE MORETTIJanuary 23, 2018
The New Jersey State Golf Association, with 118 years of golf history behind it, is proud to announce the formation of the NJSGA Hall of Fame.
The inaugural class boasts the most prominent names in that 118-year period including both famed players and those who have made a unique and lasting impact on the game of golf.
Among those honored are professionals Byron Nelson, Johnny Farrell and ...
By TINA PAPPASJanuary 22, 2018
LITTLE FALLS, NJ - On the heels of Passaic Valley High School's presentation "Hidden in Plain Sight," which focused on raising awareness about teen substance use, local high school officials are cracking down on the rise in vaping and its devices in delivering nicotine.
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By DANIEL J. MUNOZJanuary 22, 2018
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Believe it or not, we’re living through history right now. That’s why the Rutgers University Libraries want to collect artifacts and memorabilia from the present day.
People who took part in Saturday's women's march in Morristown, or one of the "sister" marches across the state can consider donating their signs and protest memorabilia to ...
'Seize the Awkward!' A Call to Action from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention's Groundbreaking Campaign
By JEANNE WALLJanuary 22, 2018
HOLMDEL, NJ - It's the moment before suicide that comes and, often, so tragically goes. The moment of silence, the pause in a conversation. It is a moment when you want to say something but you feel you can't. Or you just don't. Or you won't. Yet, these silent inflection points during any mental health crisis can be a pivot to opportunities. You can seize ...
By TAPINTO VERONA/CEDAR GROVE STAFFJanuary 21, 2018
CEDAR GROVE, NJ - The 11u Cedar Grove Panthers baseball travel team is looking for players in or out of town to enhance their Spring/Summer team. These players will also be eligible to participate in a Cooperstown 2019 week long tournament.
Spring fee is $175. Including uniform. The Cooperstown team has league support and fundraising in place to offset the cost for the team. Please ...