Press Releases

May 22, 2020

  SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — The South Orange Village Center Alliance (SOVCA) announced the indefinite postponement of the 2020 South Orange Farmers Market in the wake of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. “It is with deep regret that we make this announcement,” said SOVCA Executive Director, Julie ...

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At Montville Physical Therapy we are open at all FOUR locations (The New Jersey Center of Physical Therapy, Montville Physical Therapy, Paramus Orthopedic Physical Therapy, and Wayne Orthopedic Physical Therapy,). Physical Therapy is an ESSENTIAL part of your orthopedic recovery!  We have ...

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SOMERSET, NJ - This July some top entrepreneurs will be delivering their insights at a virtual teen camp called the Global Entrepreneurial Experience. Participants will learn from startup experts and global entrepreneurs while networking with like-minded students from around the world. As a ...

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    Mayor Mick Marion is pleased to join in the “Mayors on Main Street” initiative representing the following Mayors and communities:   • Mayor Zachery Bray, Raritan Borough, Somerset County • Mayor Richard Onderko, Manville Borough, Somerset County • Mayor Doug Tomson, ...

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CENTURION UNION has experienced accelerated rental activity in recent weeks, vaulting the new collection of 80 upscale residences in Union Center to the 50% leased mark. The new five-story building reached the noteworthy milestone in short order despite its owner having to adopt a digital ...

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Nonprofit Organizations Hispanic Star, Love Soldiers Create Multistate Campaign Scotch Plains, NJ — Adriana Rozo-Angulo saw the damaging and devastating effects that the COVID-19 pandemic has caused to America’s Hispanic communities with growing job losses and a rise in infections. The Hispanic ...

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Councilwoman Isabel Sousa is officially running for the First Ward Council Seat. She currently serves as the First Councilwoman and has brought a wealth of knowledge to the Council, including experience she gained from representing Roselle on the Union County Transportation Advisory Committee, ...

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Dr. Yvan Ducheine MD, MBA is officially running for the Third Ward Council Seat. Dr. Ducheine’s commitment to his community, his legacy of improving the lives of others and his passion for empowering people through knowledge makes him the ideal person for the seat.   Dr. Ducheine is a general ...

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FAIR LAWN-GLEN ROCK-HAWTHORNE, NJ - There are just 10 days left to our grand re-opening marketing specials which provide local businesses with social media marketing, content marketing, and brand awareness, as well as the flexibility to market in neighboring towns.  For more information, ...

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Celebrating the historic beauty of Westfield's homes over time, Westfield’s HPC introduces “Then and Now” on social media. Kicking off the series is the Walter J. Lee House on S. Euclid Avenue. Built in 1906, this Colonial Revival Shingle Style home was one of the original houses in the Terrace ...

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Stock market volatility has risen as investors weigh the opportunities and the risks as the states start to reopen their economies. Point View’s David Dietze Skypes live with Nicole Petallides: bit.ly/2WFx5pC Point View Wealth Management is an SEC-registered investment adviser and part of ...

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The Upper Allegheny Health System Board of Directors recently elected four new board members.   Shabir Bhayani, M.D., David Ferguson, David Price and Gilbert Witte, M.D., will each serve full three-year terms. UAHS is the parent organization of Olean General Hospital and Bradford Regional ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – Montville Township Clerk Leena Abaza has announced the meeting time for the Tuesday, May 26 Montville Township Committee meeting as being changed to 2:30 p.m. Because of the COVID-19 crisis, the meeting will take place via telephone. The public can participate in the meeting by ...

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Old Bridge Councilman Mark Razzoli is calling on his opponent  Bonnie Watson Coleman to defend her New Jersey colleague Congressman Chris Smith and support him against threats from the Chinese Communist Government. The Chinese Communist Government through its propaganda arm The Global ...

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Margaret Danenhauer, of Westfield Girl Scout Troop 40490, has earned her Silver Award. The Girl Scout Silver Award is the highest award a Girl Scout cadette can earn and gives girls the chance to do big things and improve their community. For her award, Margaret planted a spring flower garden at ...

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In idyllic market conditions, relocating internationally can be a nerve racking experience.  Stressful decisions made from far away can include everything from having to make a housing choice sight unseen to selecting all new furniture and accessories to decorate living spaces.   A global health ...

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Trump-engineered political interference threatening beleaguered post office PATERSON, NJ – U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ-09) today called for an immediate investigation of turmoil at the United States Postal Service (USPS), purportedly stemming from a pattern of interference engineered by ...

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BASKING RIDGE, NJ – Fellowship Senior Living located in Basking Ridge is a nonprofit Life Plan Community (also known as a Continuing Care Retirement Community) serving seniors on our campus, Fellowship Village, as well as through our home and community based services. The current health crisis ...

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Is there really a difference between one dentist and another? At The Art of Dentistry and Spa, you’ll see our difference immediately, and you’ll be amazed. When you go to the family dentist, you expect a friendly staff, the latest in technology, and something to aid with the pain you may ...

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NEW JERSEY -- When girls participate in outdoor adventures, they benefit in important ways and the great news is now many of the Girl Scout Outdoor programs are available online for free.  Since 1912, girls have explored and strengthened their outdoor skills and commitment to environmental ...

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Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church in Westfield has taken a leadership role during this COVID-19 crisis to supply hundreds of needed items to area hospitals, according to Lori Arena, RN, Holy Trinity Parish Nurse. These items include dozens of patient care packages, antiseptic bottles, prayer ...

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Today, on “EMS Recognition Day” of National EMS Week, the Berkeley Heights Volunteer Rescue Squad (BHVRS) is continuing its celebration of EMS practitioners and the important work they do for our nation's communities. On this day of recognition, the BHVRS would like to highlight some of those who ...

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As the coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc with the stock market, the economy and individual finances across the country, a trusted and knowledgeable financial advisor is important now more than ever.  Philip Settembrino—president and owner of Northern Westchester Financial Services in ...

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  Despite the cancellation of school events and the uncertainty as to the type of graduation proceedings the WHRHS Class of 2020 will have, WHRHS Project Graduation is still working hard to give the senior class memorable experiences leading up to their special day. The Project Graduation ...

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New Jersey’s Coronavirus Hotline - hosted by the New Jersey Poison Information and Education System (NJPIES) also known as the New Jersey Poison Control Center – was opened in late January with center staff working around the clock to provide credible information on the novel coronavirus ...

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Today, on “Save a Life CPR and Stop the Bleed” of National EMS Week, the Berkeley Heights Volunteer Rescue Squad (BHVRS) is continuing its celebration of EMS practitioners and the important work they do for our nation's communities. On this important day, the BHVRS would like to provide the ...

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SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Helping those in need has been a consistent theme during the current pandemic. As a result, food pantries across the country are at their busiest, serving thousands of people who are suffering financially. To that end, JESPY House and its clients have been helping to feed the ...

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The Adult Services Department of the Scotch Plains Public Library invites the community to respond to a survey and let us know how we might best meet your needs. While the library building is closed, we are still working hard to fulfill our mission of providing the community with resources and ...

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BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ -- Don’t miss out on ordering a banner for your non-Governor Livingston High School (class of 2020) graduate.  Hometown Pride is going all out - don’t miss it! There is an opportunity to purchase a banner for each Berkeley Heights graduate to be hung in downtown Berkeley ...

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Almost every week of the year the Sparta Ecumenical Food Pantry is open to people who need food and supplies. The organization’s President, Valerie Macchio, manages a multitude of details this volunteer position requires-providing detailed accounts of people that are served, managing cooperation ...

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