Press Releases

July 31, 2020

SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - The SBPL YouTube Channel may be one of the best things to come out of the South Brunswick Public Library in 2020. Shortly after the Library closed in March for COVID-19 safety, a YouTube channel was established to showcase our programs virtually. The challenging new territory ...

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The law firm of Lindabury, McCormick, Estabrook & Cooper, P.C., announced that Honorable Katherine Dupuis (Ret.) has joined the firm as a partner in its Alternative Dispute Resolution group. Judge Dupuis concentrates her practice on mediation and arbitration with a focus on commercial ...

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The Healthcare Transformation Consortium (HTC) has been named a Health Value Award winner by Validation Institute for their 2020 awards program in its non-peer-reviewed category for Healthcare Purchasing Collaborative. Winners were announced earlier this year in a virtual ceremony that ...

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Expanded resources are now available at the Affordable Housing Alliance with funding provided by the New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund Today, New Jersey has the second-highest unemployment rate in the nation at 16.2%, forcing many families and individuals across the state to reach out for help, ...

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U.S. News & World Report Once Again Names Hackensack Meridian Health Hospitals Among Best in New Jersey Hackensack Meridian Health has more top-ranked hospitals than any system in New Jersey; Hackensack University Medical Center, Jersey Shore University Medical Center, Ocean Medical Center ...

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EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - Over 40 blood donors came out to support the Brunswick Square Mall blood drive on Thursday with their lifesaving blood. One unit of blood can help up to 3 different patients so 144 lives will be impacted from this blood drive. The blood supply is at a dangerously low level due ...

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HACKENSACK, N.J. -- The Greater Bergen County YMCA plans to reopen for adult and child swim lessons on Aug. 1 after a months-long hiatus due to the pandemic.  The Y will offer both group and private swim lessons at its indoor pool, in accordance with new health and safety measures set by local, ...

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The Chatham Historical Society has received a grant to create a database and for tracking artifacts. The grant is administered by the Morris County Heritage Commission for the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders. It was funded by the New Jersey Historical Commission, a division of the ...

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On-site tours at 7 Seventy House in Hoboken have relaunched with a flourish as pent-up demand has prospective renters leasing at the 424-home luxury apartment building at a feverish pace, according to The Marketing Directors, its exclusive leasing and marketing agent. With state regulations ...

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(Montclair, NJ) – The YMCA of Montclair is excited to announce the re-opening of our large and small pools at the Park Street YMCA on Monday, August 3, 2020. The large pool will be dedicated to lap swim and the small pool will be dedicated to water exercise and special hours for our vulnerable ...

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PARSIPPANY, NJ:  As a result of a series of meetings with veterans and VFW leadership in New Jersey, Rosemary Becchi, a candidate for the 11th   Congressional District in New Jersey is elevating a call from the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Department of New Jersey for an independent investigation of ...

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Point View’s Claire Toth speaks to Bank Rate about Social Security claiming strategies: https://bit.ly/3fXH1BT Point View Wealth Management is an SEC-registered investment adviser and part of Peapack Private Wealth Management. For over 25 years, Point View Wealth Management has been ...

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JBJ Soul Kitchen Offering Meals To Go Patrons can order meals online for curbside pickup or dine outdoors while Paying It Forward to feed individuals and families in need Red Bank, N.J. – July 28, 2020 – JBJ Soul Kitchen, a non-profit community restaurant, announced it is offering meals to go ...

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CHATHAM, NJ – Recent pool re-openings after the COVID-19 closures have brought attention to the importance of drowning prevention and water safety. Chatham High School rising senior and certified lifeguard Kate Ziegler took on the challenge of bringing awareness to communities at both local and ...

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MEETING HAS BEEN CANCELLED TOWNSHIP OF CHATHAM PLANNING BOARD AUGUST 3, 2020 MEETING The Planning Board meeting scheduled for August 3, 2020 has been cancelled.  All matters will be carried without further notice to the next scheduled Planning Board meeting on August 17, 2020 at 7:30 pm, ...

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Join Carly Kennedy, a fitness professional with over a decade of teaching experience, for her dynamic, rhythm-based workouts - SWEAT X SOUL. Her classes are a full body fusion of yoga, barre, strength, and cardio. Feel the music and get your heart pumping in just 30 minutes! Live Zoom workouts ...

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Recently, the Edison Housing Authority was among 88 housing and community development agencies honored during the NAHRO Online: 2020 Summer Conference conference for its Food Program that was initiated in 2019 during the government shutdown. NAHRO's Merit Award recognized agencies for a wide ...

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PLAINFIELD, NJ — Jessica's Café & Wood Fired Pizza, a rare gem that recently celebrated one year in Plainfield, has a refreshed summer menu with dishes that include local ingredients, and outdoor tented seating for dining rain or shine. Bring your BYOB, and try some of our new dishes like ...

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PAPER MILL PLAYHOUSE TO OFFER VIRTUAL BENEFIT CONCERT CHRISTOPHER JACKSON: LIVE FROM THE WEST SIDE STREAMED LIVE FROM NEW YORK SATURDAY, AUGUST 15 AT 8 P.M. EDT   TICKETS ON SALE JULY 31   Millburn, NJ – Paper Mill Playhouse (Mark S. Hoebee-Producing Artistic Director, ...

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WAYNE, NJ: - Rosemary Becchi (candidate CD-11) celebrated the opening of a second campaign office in Wayne on Monday evening along with staff and elected officials. Supporters gathered to welcome the community into the new space for a chance to hear from the candidate. “We chose to open a second ...

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ROBBINSVILLE, NJ -- Southside Lofts at Town Center is busy taking leases for the first residents of this exclusive new 64 unit luxury rental community in the heart of Robbinsville’s Town Center.  Built and managed by Sharbell Development Corp., the first of two buildings is expected to be ready for ...

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The Center for Prevention & Counseling is proud to announce the appointment of retired Newton Police Chief, Mike Richards, to the agency’s Board of Directors. Mike is expected to make an excellent addition to The Center’s already dynamic and civically active Board Members. The current CFPC ...

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At La Pergola, we know special times with friends and families are much more special these days. That's why we've opened our new secluded garden oasis to private parties to make your events even more magical. Now you can enjoy our signature attentive service and artisan cuisine in ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — The West Essex YMCA plans to reopen for adult and child swim lessons on Aug. 1 after a months-long hiatus due to the pandemic.  The Y will offer both group and private swim lessons at its indoor pool, in accordance with new health and safety measures set by local, state, and ...

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New Providence Memorial Library is once again accepting donations!  There’s a new drop box in our parking lot which you can use to donate books or DVDs any time.  The box is affiliated with Better World Books, a for-profit company that collects and sells books online.  Each sale generates income ...

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Six graduating Olean High School seniors recently received scholarship awards from the Mary-Elizabeth Smith and Olean High School Class of 1961 scholarship funds managed by the Cattaraugus Region Community Foundation. Isabelle Crosson, Nicholas Fratercangelo, Kayla Knight and Chloe Proctor ...

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The Bernards Township Library is pleased to announce the Suzanne Cutler Teen Creative Writing Contest this summer for students ages 12-14 and 15-18.  Teens can submit short stories and poetry now through August 12. Winners in each age group and category will receive cash prizes and bound copies ...

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Newton, NJ – The Sussex County Chamber of Commerce will hold its second virtual job fair via Zoom on Thursday, August 6. The event, which is free for those seeking employment, will begin at 10 a.m. “The Chamber is in touch with its members on a daily basis and we know first-hand the business ...

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Dry cleaning may not have been an essential chore during quarantine. But offices are opening up again, and Tide Cleaners wants to help you jump start your work wardrobe. Bring in all those work clothes that piled up and enjoy these savings: 20 percent off dry ...

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If you are reserving material(s) for pick up at the Westfield Memorial Library (placing “holds”), there are a few guidelines to follow. After you place a hold, you will then receive an email notification that the material is available. You cannot pick it up the day you receive the email; it is ...

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