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Creative Logistic Warehouse Sued for Negligence

September 30, 2022

SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - The Creative Logistic Services Warehouse, located on Cranbury South River Road, is facing allegations of negligence in a lawsuit filed by a person who was permanently injured on their premises. The lawsuit was filed in the Supreme Court of Middlesex County earlier this month.

The lawsuit claims the operators of the warehouse “carelessly allowed a dangerous and ...

NJ Devils Boost Business for LeGrand Coffee House

WOODBRIDGE, NJ — Former Rutgers football defensive lineman Eric LeGrand is gaining major yardage for his downtown coffee house and online specialty coffee sales.

The business boost for LeGrand Coffee House comes on the ice – not the gridiron – courtesy a valuable new partnership with the New Jersey Devils and Prudential Financial.

LeGrand, 32, is the newest recipient of ...

Woodbridge Banquet Hall Wants Rooftop Terrace & More

WOODBRIDGE, NJ — A popular banquet hall and wedding venue on Route 9 apparently needs more space for its clientele, and also wants municipal approvals for picturesque new rooftop terrace.

Owners of Lake Château Banquets – formerly The Forge Inn on 1002 Route 9 North – applied to the Zoning Board of Adjustment for permission to make major upgrades with a host of ...

New Jersey Average Gas Price Down by Double-Digits: AAA

NEW JERSEY — The average price for a gallon of gas in New Jersey dropped another 11 cents from last week to today’s price of $4.06 ($4.17).

The average price in the Garden State is 45 cents cheaper than a month ago ($4.51), but still 87 cents higher than a year ago ($3.19). New Jersey’s average gas price is 16 cents higher than the national ...

Woodbridge Welcomes New ‘Signs’ of the Times

WOODBRIDGE, NJ — Decorative signs that welcome people to Woodbridge along its roads and outside some public facilities are to be replaced, and the town is seeking sponsors to support this ongoing project.

“We proudly say Woodbridge is the ‘best town around.’ To accomplish that we must maintain our properties and beautify our neighborhoods,’” said Mayor John ...


TAPinto Launches Marketing Campaign Featuring TAPinto Owner, Publishers

September 8, 2022

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 franchisees.

TAPinto owner/publishers enjoy freedom and flexibility. They own their own business, ...

TAPinto – We're Hiring! is looking for talented local journalists to fill freelance, part-time and full-time roles.

We are seeking freelance, part-time and full-time journalists with previous writing experience and a strong interest in local journalism.

Like most community outlets, we focus on essential topics: local government, schools, high school sports, transportation, development and health care.


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Minniti and Esteves Score to Rally Union Catholic Boys Soccer Team to Victory Over Roselle

ROSELLE, NJ -- Preston Minniti and Anthony Esteves scored second half goals to propel the Union Catholic boys soccer team to a 2-1 comeback victory over Roselle on Wednesday.

After Roselle took a 1-0 lead, Minniti scored to tie the game in the fist half, and then Esteves scored the game winner in the second half for the Vikings, who improved to 3-5 on the season.

The Union Catholic Gymnastics Team Sefeated Union for First Win of the Season

UNION, NJ -- The Union Catholic gymnastics teams received several strong performances when the Vikings defeated Union, 97.65-93.35, for their first victory of the season on Tuesday in Union.     

Here are the results for the Vikings-

Alexis Roth 3rd 8.85
Gabriella Prati - 8.575
Alana Beardsley - 8.4
Reina Smith - 8.1
Ervnie ...

The Jaffe Briefing - September 30, 2022

STATEWIDE – When it comes to polling, the best news is about which politician is failing and how he/she will have to claw back to be re-elected. Oh, the drama! But that story isn’t here sadly, as we can only blandly report that a two-term governor who cannot run for a consecutive term is doing well in the polls. Yes, sleepy stuff here. But voters should still know that ...

The Jaffe Briefing - September 23, 2022

OCEANPORT – “No2Netflix” simply won’t chill. The local resident group, who refuses to be individually identified, is throwing darts at a plan to redevelop 300 or so acres of land in the former Fort Monmouth into a film studio for Netflix. The group claims that Netflix, as well as others in the entertainment industry, have “used falsehoods, dubious claims, and ...

Union Catholic's Hunsinger & Crotty Attend Space Academy

September 23, 2022

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, Alabama.

Hunsinger and Crotty, who went to the Space Academy through a program with ...

Help for Hurricane Ian's Victims Coming from New Jersey

September 29, 2022

TRENTON, NJ — Members of the New Jersey National Guard will soon deploy to Florida to help in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, which made landfall on Wednesday as a Category 4 storm.

Gov. Phil Murphy announced 135 members, in addition to 40 military and support vehicles will be sent to help with the storm response.

“We are thankful for the 135 men and women who bravely ...

Assembly Speaker at White House on Wednesday to Discuss Hunger Issues

September 28, 2022

WOODBRIDGE - Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin (D-19th Dist.), who has made hunger one of his signature issues in the state Legislature, is leading a New Jersey delegation to the White House today, Sept. 28, for the Conference on Hunger, Nutrition and Health.

“Over the last five years, knowing that it is our moral obligation to tackle hunger, I’ve worked to make food ...

Finding Help, Hope at Hispanic Resource Fair

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – The woman with tears in her eyes couldn’t pay her rent and had nowhere to turn. 

She had lost her job while recovering from spinal surgery and didn’t know where she and her child with autism were going to spend the night.

“We got her assistance and referred her to our housing program,” said Jackie Mondragon, a community ...

Lawmakers: Owners, Tenants Should Seek ANCHOR Tax Rebates

WOODBRIDGE, NJ — As they helped to draft New Jersey’s 2023 fiscal year budget this spring, 19th District lawmakers focused on a new program that may offer significant tax rebates to residential property owners and tenants.

Working across party lines, Sen. Joe Vitale, Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin and Assemblywoman Yvonne Lopez (D-19th Dist.) were strong advocates for a new, $2 ...