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April 6, 2022

NEW JERSEY - A Raritan mom creates a non-profit to help find a cure for her daughter's rare disease. Plus, a Westfield music program celebrates its 50 year anniversary. And, East Brunswick becomes a 'sister city' for Ukrainian refugees. Also, Piscataway announces street fair ...

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NEW JERSEY - A GoFundMe account was created for Bridgewater family after their 11-year-old was killed while riding her bike. Plus, a former Woodbridge resident seeks the cause of brain tumors appearing in alumni. Also, the 'Bag Up NJ' awareness campaign in full swing ahead of plastic bag ban ...

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NEW JERSEY - The Piscataway P.B.A. Local 93 resumes its annual Easter Egg Hunt. Plus, Chatham kicks off National Library Week with an event celebrating diversity.  Also, a photographer captures life in Plainfield. And a Newark music teacher surprised with a national teaching ...

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NEW JERSEY - The Wood-Ridge Police Chief is celebrated as he heads to retirement. Plus, South Brunswick High School students and staff must wear masks next week after an influx of COVID cases. And, Phillipsburg is recognized for its Neighborhood Preservation Program. Also, a Berkeley Heights ...

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NEW JERSEY — Jersey City will honor the St. Peter's Peacocks basketball team with a parade and keys to the city for their historic run in the NCAA Tournament. Plus, a Camden staple, "Corrine's Place" awarded keys to the city after receiving prestigious James Beard award. And, big football news ...

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NEW JERSEY - A third-grader from Hillsborough has been selling her artwork to raise money for the people of Ukraine. Plus, two New Brunswick organizations receive almost half a million dollars for revitalization. And, the U.S. Deputy Secretary of Education visits Newark. Also, a polar plunge in ...

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NEW JERSEY - A chef from LBI competes on the Food Network's 'Beat Bobby Flay.' Plus, a Hoboken movie theater is set to transform into a space for the Hoboken Grace Church. And, the Franklin Food Bank holds a grand reopening. Also, the Cranford Library hosts 'Makers Day' promoting STEM ...

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NEW JERSEY — Rahway elementary students collect goods to send to Ukrainian refugees. Plus, Sayreville will commemorate the 10th Anniversary of Super Storm Sandy in October. Also, 'Antiques Roadshow' set to air from the Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton. And Newark elementary students gear up ...

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NEW JERSEY - Students in Roxbury are building a home with Habitat for Humanity ready for a family in September. Plus, final plans for an upgraded Maplewood Library are revealed. And, several Elizabeth High School bowlers are honored for their high-scoring season. Also, independent films are ...

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NEW JERSEY - Hawthorne High School students sponsor a donation drive for Ukraine. Plus, First Lady Tammy Murphy visits a Newark School for Women's History Month. Also, a Hillsborough officer is honored for saving a resident's life during Tropical Storm Ida.  TAPinto's Kristina Behr has ...

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NEW JERSEY - Two firefighters were injured during a large fire at the Pepsi plant in Piscataway. Plus, East Brunswick has been named the 'Statistical Center of New Jersey.' Also, 'A Taste of Hoboken' fundraiser returns in June. And, the Newton Robotics team makes wins a spot in the finals, but ...

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NEW JERSEY — Montclair Police officers will be teaching anti-drug and alcohol lessons to students. Plus, Westfield City Council may consider 'Open Container' designated areas. And, a beloved Newark church opens its doors to in-person worship after two years. Also, Old Glory is returned to its ...

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NEW JERSEY - New Jersey drivers continue to feel the pain at the pump as gas prices still soar above four dollars in Jersey City. Plus, a New Brunswick art teacher uses gun cases for an art project. And, a heartbreaking loss for Camden High School's basketball team. Also, a Scotch Plains media ...

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NEW JERSEY — After two local residents were laid off during the pandemic, they were able to fulfill their dreams of opening their own business in South Plainfield. Plus, Plainfield honors music legend George Clinton. Also, Camden's Mayor declares "open season" on potholes, filling thousands ...

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NEW JERSEY — Hundreds of Robbinsville students protest after racist graffiti was found in school. Plus, a Plainfield teacher writes a children's book about her pandemic experiences. And, a Union teen helps victims of domestic violence. Also, new apartments proposed for a Newark ...

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NEW JERSEY — A group of immigrant car wash workers win a lawsuit over unpaid wages. Plus, a fire department conducts drills after saving a life. And, a Paralympian brings home gold. Also, students head back onstage for a Spring musical.  TAPinto's Kristina Behr has today's Now in New Jersey, ...

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NEW JERSEY - A massive repaving project is set for one of the busiest New Jersey cities. Plus, approval for a war memorial in a municipal building. Also, one couple will pitch their beach 'Shark Tank' idea. And, students show give out some heartfelt messages through art.  TAPinto's Kristina Behr ...

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NEW JERSEY — Middlesex County shows solidarity with Ukraine. Plus, two St. Patrick's Day parades return after cancellations. And two Camden High School basketball teams celebrate state championships. TAPinto's Kristina Behr has today's Now in New Jersey, Powered by TAPinto, brought to you by ...

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NEW JERSEY - Hundreds gather to support Ukraine and another community supports a monument for an influential figure. Plus, several entrepreneurs get to tell their stories in a documentary. Also, an organization provides free prom looks for the season.  TAPinto's Kristina Behr has today's Now in ...

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NEW JERSEY - A third-grader collects money for child refugees forced to leave their homes in Ukraine. Plus, another student helps save a life. And vertical veggies are coming to one town. Also, a buzzer-beater ends one basketball team's season and sends another on in the playoffs. TAPinto's ...

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NEW JERSEY — A community rallies for Ukraine, as one fashion designer creates clothing with proceeds going towards refugee help. Also, a baker is honored for International Women's Day and gives back to her community. And two officers go above and beyond the call of duty.  TAPinto's Kristina Behr ...

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NEW JERSEY — Gas prices soar above four dollars per gallon in New Jersey. Plus, two towns hold vigils to support Ukraine. And a high school ice hockey team makes history winning the state championship. TAPinto's Kristina Behr has today's Now in New Jersey, Powered by TAPinto, brought to you by ...

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NEW JERSEY — Two New Jersey towns collect hundreds of clothing items and medical supplies to help refugees from Ukraine. Plus, a tennis pro comes back to his hometown to teach the next generation. Also, a basketball game-winner causes the crowd to go wild and a hometown artist showcases his ...

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NEW JERSEY — A town raises a flag in support of Ukraine. Plus, religious leaders hold a symposium on racism. And a special award for a resident connecting youth with jobs. Also, a teen robotics club passes their love of building onto a younger generation. TAPinto's Kristina Behr has today's Now ...

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NEW JERSEY — Students and parents rally for LQBTQ+ curriculum.  Plus a lawyer for a teen involved in the Bridgewater Mall fight promises potential legal action. And, supporting Ukraine by suspending Lukoil gas station licenses. Also, a local chef competes on a Food Network show. And another teen ...

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NEW JERSEY — Students march in protest after the arrest of a teen in the Bridgewater Mall fight. Plus, police warn of a costly internet scam. And, a pediatrician advocates for later start times in school. Also, a high school student spends years collecting hundreds of items for a community. And, a ...

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NEW JERSEY — A Fire Chief retires after 32 years on the job. Plus, communities come together to stand with Ukraine. And, New Jersey drivers could soon pump their own gas. Also, a basketball player hits 1,000.  TAPinto's Kristina Behr has today's Now in New Jersey, Powered by TAPinto, brought to ...

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NEW JERSEY — A busy traffic circle is named after Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Plus, a second protest is held in the wake of a mall fight. More residents rally for Ukraine and a redevelopment project gets underway. TAPinto's Kristina Behr has today's Now in New Jersey, Powered by TAPinto, brought ...

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NEW JERSEY — A Ukrainian church in Newark helps to provide hope and unity. Plus, a business invites a burglar back. Also, a cheer team competes for a state title and baby eagles hatch.  TAPinto's Kristina Behr has today's Now in New Jersey, Powered by TAPinto, brought to you by Lakeland ...

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NEW JERSEY — A photographer's book is a "love letter" to Lake Hopatcong. Plus, a high school gymnast turned wrestler breaks barriers in the sport. And some drivers will be seeing an E-ZPass discount. Also, new plans rolled out for a park in a busy city.  TAPinto's Kristina Behr has today's Now ...

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