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Press Releases

November 16, 2022

PRINCETON, NJ — TAPinto journalists were honored with eight 2022 Excellence in Journalism Awards by the New Jersey Society of Professional Journalists. "At TAPinto, we're about providing original local news reporting and doing it the right way - - professionally and honestly. It is an honor to ...

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RING IN THE HOLIDAY SEASON WITH AMERICAN REPERTORY BALLET’S THE NUTCRACKER Performances in Princeton, Trenton, and New Brunswick American Repertory Ballet’s magical production of The Nutcracker returns to three Central New Jersey performing arts venues this holiday season. The ...

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Every single one of the reviews posted on Zillow for George Zorbas carries a five-star rating, with comments like “very strongly recommend,” “went above and beyond,” and “absolute pleasure to work with” a recurring theme.  That didn’t happen by accident. Zorbas, who is celebrating his 10th ...

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Do you have a great idea to help reduce the amount of single-use plastics in New Jersey? If so, the New Jersey Clean Communities Council (NJCCC) wants to hear from you. The NJCCC, a statewide non-profit litter abatement organization serving 21 counties and 558 municipalities, is rolling out a ...

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NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ — TAPinto, a network of nearly 100 online local news and digital marketing platforms across New Jersey, New York, Florida and Pennsylvania, has launched a new marketing website for businesses and nonprofits.  "Our new marketing website shows businesses how we can help them ...

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"Warm and welcoming", "student-focused," “engaging,” better than the rest.” These words from our guests describe not only our Fall Open House but St. Thomas Aquinas High School as a whole. The enormous turnout along with the presence of the entire STA faculty, parents, alumni, the complete coaching ...

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SCOTCH PLAINS., NJ -- Union Catholic proudly inducted 103 students into the National Honor Society during a special ceremony at the school on Thursday night. After an opening prayer by Principal Sister Percylee Hart, RSM, and opening remarks by National Honor Society Advisor Patty Nuwer (UC ...

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SCOTCH PLAINS, N.J. -- The Union Catholic tennis team continued its strong finish to the season by shutting out Roselle, 5-0, on Friday. The Vikings, who have now won two of its last three matches, only lost four games as they defeated Roselle for the second time this season. In singles play, ...

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SCOTCH PLAINS, N.J -- The Union Catholic boys soccer team came up with its biggest victory of the season in dramatic fashion when the Vikings defeated Rahway on Friday. With time winding down, junior Anthony Esteves headed in a corner kick from freshman Jack Spagnolo with just 30 seconds ...

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SCOTCH PLAINS, N.J. -- In Union Catholic's latest installment of Feature Friday, the spotlight shines on senior Adela Rakoski. Rakoski is the Editor of The Prophet, an Honor Roll Student, a peer minister, and a member of the basketball team.   Here is our Q and A with Rakoski - Congrats on ...

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SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ -- In Union Catholic's latest installment of Faculty Spotlight, we shine the spotlight on Katie Sagendorf.  Sagendorf teaches English, is the Yearbook Advisor, and is the Senior Class Moderator.         Here is our Q and A with Sagendorf - Faculty/Staff Member: Katie ...

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CLARK, NJ -- Union Catholic pulled off another team title sweep and Peyton Hollis led the UC girls to a historic finish at Tuesday's Union County Conference Championships at Oak Ridge Park.       In one of the most remarkable performances in Union County history, the UC girls left a lot smoke on ...

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NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ — With well more than 20 million local, engaged readers in the past year and a network of nearly 100 online local news and digital marketing platforms in New Jersey, New York, Florida and Pennsylvania, TAPinto can help your business reach the right audience. More than 240,000 ...

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SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ -- In Union Catholic's latest installment of "Feature Friday," the spotlight shines on high school juniors Josh Hunsinger and Jasmin Crotty, who had great summer experiences attending the prestigious Advanced Space Academy at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, ...

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SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ -- The Union Catholic volleyball team won its third straight match in dominating fashion when the Vikings defeated Elizabeth in straight sets on Wednesday night. The Vikings improved to 7-3 with a 25-21, 25-11 victory over the Minutemen, who fell to 2-4. Several players ...

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SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ -- Union Catholic Hall of Famer Kathy Matthews, one of the most successful girls basketball coaches in N.J. history, recently received a very prestigious award when she was honored as a recipient of a Union County Lifetime Achievement Award by the Boys Scouts of America during an ...

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Union Catholic is holding a Celebration of Life for UC Hall of Famer Bette Schnitzer on Sunday, Oct. 23. Bette passed away in May. To contribute to a scholarship in Bette’s name- click this link - https://www.unioncatholic.org/apps/pages/supportuc To RSVP to this event, click this ...

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Governor Phil Murphy has signed a joint resolution, which Senators Steven Oroho and Patrick Diegnan sponsored, designating March as Irish-American Heritage Month in New Jersey. Irish-American Heritage Month will recognize the contributions of Irish-Americans to New Jersey’s economic prosperity ...

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NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ — TAPinto launched a marketing campaign today to draw attention to the importance of local news and how owning a TAPinto local news and digital marketing platform can help fill the void in local news while providing a rewarding and profitable business for TAPinto ...

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EDISON, NJ – The John P. Stevens High School Chamber Ensemble from Edison, NJ has been invited to perform at the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) National Conference in Cincinnati, OH, to take place from Feb. 22-25, 2023. The 30-member ensemble is the only choir in the state of New ...

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