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  • Meet Englewood’s Own Cannoli Connoisseur April 22, 2021
    Via mouthwatering cannoli-making workshops on Zoom, Allison Scola helps guests feed their dreams of Italy right at home. The post Meet Englewood’s Own Cannoli Connoisseur appeared first on New Jersey Monthly.
    Jennifer Finn
  • Sunday Brunch Burger Debuts at Drifthouse by David Burke April 22, 2021
    Plus: Other upcoming restaurant events, and new beers from a North Bergen brewery. The post Sunday Brunch Burger Debuts at Drifthouse by David Burke appeared first on New Jersey Monthly.
    Jennifer Finn
  • Neptune’s New Eatery Serves Up Southern-Style Seafood April 22, 2021
    Plus: Other new restaurants in Hoboken, Nutley and Turnersville. The post Neptune’s New Eatery Serves Up Southern-Style Seafood appeared first on New Jersey Monthly.
    Jennifer Finn
  • Chef Chat: How Sufia Hossain Brings the Heat April 22, 2021
    With her company Silly Chilly Hot Sauce, Bangladesh-born Sufia Hossain showcases the spices and flavors of her home country. The post Chef Chat: How Sufia Hossain Brings the Heat appeared first on New Jersey Monthly.
    Jennifer Finn
  • One Fish, Two Fish: Monmouth University Census Measures Health of Bay Waters April 20, 2021
    Aboard the R/V Heidi Lynn Sculthorpe, professor Jason Adolf—plus students, faculty and Urban Coast Institute staffers—are studying the marine ecosystem. The post One Fish, Two Fish: Monmouth University Census Measures Health of Bay Waters appeared first on New Jersey Monthly.
    Jennifer Finn

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  • Insider NJ’s Morning Intelligence Briefing: 4/23/2021 April 23, 2021
    Below is Insider NJ’s Morning Intelligence Briefing:   QUOTE OF THE DAY: “Nobody’s fault. These things get very little air time.” – Governor Murphy on low turnout for Tuesday’s school board elections   TOP STORY: Colligan Fires off a Letter Criticizing Booker over Tweet about Ma’Khia Bryant Killing     The statewide COVID-19 count stands at[...] […]
    Pete Oneglia
  • LD37 Flashpoint: Huttle Takes Stand on Civilian Review Boards; No Answer from Johnson April 23, 2021
    The Gordon Johnson for Senate Campaign tonight had no answer concerning their candidate’s position on legislation enabling municipalities to create civilian review boards with subpoena power to oversee the police – a critical pending issue in the legislature. Johnson is running in a Democratic Primary for the state senate seat against Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle[...] […]
    Max Pizarro
  • Veteran Senator Turner Presses for the Posting of Civilian Review Board Bill April 22, 2021
    Senator Shirley Turner (D-15) has spent over 20 years reforming and trying to reform the police, and on the heels of this week’s historic guilty verdict in the Derek Chauvin murder trial, the veteran Mercer County senator itemized the 2021 legislation she prioritizes, including criminalizing police chokeholds, requiring law enforcement officials to live in the towns[...] […]
    Max Pizarro
  • School Board Elections Took Place (Sort of) April 22, 2021
    If Phil Murphy wasn’t asked about this week’s school board elections on Wednesday, it would have been easy to forget they took place. Well, sort of took place. Only 11 school districts across the state this year maintained what used to be a political rite of spring – the April school election. Turnout was awful – less than[...] […]
    Fred Snowflack
  • Union Twp.’s Delisfort Wins Gateway Regional Chamber’s Mayor of the Year Award April 22, 2021
    The Gateway Regional Chamber of Commerce this afternoon presented Michele Delisfort of Union Twp. with its mayor of the year award. “This made my day,” Delisfort said. “I’m so happy. I definitely want to congratulate my fellow nominees. The chamber committee nominated all women this year and that’s just great.” In presenting the award, the[...] […]
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  • LIVE UPDATES: Tracking the coronavirus in New Jersey September 14, 2020
    A look at how the coronavirus has spread throughout New Jersey, and what officials have been doing to mitigate possible spread. The post LIVE UPDATES: Tracking the coronavirus in New Jersey appeared first on NJ Spotlight News.
    Lindsay Rassmann
  • NJTV News: September 11, 2020 September 11, 2020
    It’s the 19th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. The coronavirus is changing how we honor heroes from that day, but it hasn’t changed the deep sense of pride in the years following. Gov. Phil Murphy reported another 518 positive COVID-19 tests Friday. The statewide cumulative total is 195,888. Nine new deaths were confirmed for […]
    Lindsay Rassmann
  • Franklin Borough looks to hold in-person voting in November, but outside September 11, 2020
    The council of the Borough of Franklin passed a resolution last week calling on the governor to allow them to do traditional voting, but outside. New Jersey's election in November is mostly vote by mail, but some have raised concerns about voter fraud and the early counting of ballots. The post Franklin Borough looks to […]
    Lindsay Rassmann
  • Preventing COVID-19 spread a bigger challenge as schools reopen September 11, 2020
    According to the Department of Health, New Jersey’s population of 19 to 24 year olds now has the highest percent positivity in the state. The post Preventing COVID-19 spread a bigger challenge as schools reopen appeared first on NJ Spotlight News.
    Lindsay Rassmann
  • NYSE reportedly vows to pull operations in NJ if new tax is enacted September 11, 2020
    Business Correspondent Rhonda Schaffler brings you today's New Jersey business news. The post NYSE reportedly vows to pull operations in NJ if new tax is enacted appeared first on NJ Spotlight News.
    Lindsay Rassmann

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  • Dunkin’ on Rt. 71 in Brielle eyes conversion to drive-through only April 22, 2021
    BRIELLE — The Dunkin’ doughnut-and-coffee shop at 1007 Route 70 may, sometime in the future, be converted to a drive-through-only store.  Representatives of the Dunkin’ location, which is currently walk-in only, came before the borough planning board last week for an informal discussion regarding preliminary plans for the renovation.  No action was taken; the applicant […]
    Sanne Young
  • Heights tree-planting to go ahead despite objections April 22, 2021
    SPRING LAKE HEIGHTS — The borough is moving ahead with its tree-planting project at Joseph E. Robertson Park on Allaire Road, although the mayor and council plan to continue discussions with residents who raised objections this week, preferring adding athletic fields over new tree groves.  Earlier this month, the council awarded a bid to Down […]
    Sanne Young
  • St. Catharine School holding shoe drive fundraiser April 21, 2021
    SPRING LAKE — A shoe drive fundraiser is currently underway at St. Catharine School in Spring Lake to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. The school’s goal is to collect 100 bags of shoes, with 25 pairs in each bag. For every 25 pairs of shoes donated, the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society will receive $10.
    Hope Patti
  • Spring Lake Library holding pet food and supply drive for Tails of Hope April 21, 2021
    SPRING LAKE — The Spring Lake Public Library is holding a pet food and supply drive to benefit Tails of Hope Animal Rescue. For the remainder of the month donations may be made at the library located at 1501 3rd Ave. on weekdays between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. and on Saturdays between 10 a.m.
    Hope Patti
  • Spring Lake Environmental Commission holding Earth Day Forum April 21, 2021
    SPRING LAKE — In honor of Earth Day, the Spring Lake Environmental Commission is holding an Earth Day Forum to discuss environmental issues that are currently impacting the town. The event is being held Thursday, April 22 from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Those interested in attending the event may do so in-person at the Spring […]
    Hope Patti

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  • Best Employers for Diversity: J&J, Unilever, PSEG make Top 100 in U.S. April 23, 2021
    Johnson & Johnson, Unilever and PSEG all made the Top 100 of Forbes’ list of America’s Best Employers for Diversity in 2021. Johnson & Johnson, based in New Brunswick, came in at No. 44. Unilever in Englewood Cliffs was No. 54. PSEG, based in Newark, was No. 89. Forbes ranked 500 companies for the fourth […]
    ROI-NJ Staff
  • For ASD kids, ‘pandemic wall’ brings unique challenges April 23, 2021
    It starts with the general understanding that no two autism spectrum disorder kids present the same way. But, when it comes to “hitting the pandemic wall” — an issue all young people are struggling with right now — Dr. Jeffrey Selman said there are some universal warning signs parents of ASD kids should look out […]
    ROI-NJ Staff
  • Experiential entertainment during a pandemic? How one cool Jersey outlet (Stumpy’s) is managing April 23, 2021
    In the wake of Superstorm Sandy, Stuart and Kelly Josberger and another couple found a tree toppled that made a perfect target to toss axes at in a backyard. They had fun enough to want to originate locally the concept of the indoor hatchet-throwing business. The fallout of the COVID-19 crisis, on the other hand, […]
    Brett Johnson
  • Three firms take space at under-construction flex property April 23, 2021
    Three companies have signed leases for a flex building under construction in Tinton Falls, according to real estate firm Zimmel Associates. The three leases total approximately 21,783 square feet at a building at 150 Tornillo Way that is being developed by Denholtz Properties, Zimmel said in a news release: Trident Computer Resources Inc., 9,510 square […]
    ROI-NJ Staff
  • Last-mile distribution facility in Carlstadt is sold April 23, 2021
    A last-mile distribution facility in Carlstadt has sold, according to real estate firm JLL Capital Markets. The firm said in a news release that the 60,400-square-foot, single-tenant property at 2 Palmer Terrace was sold by Palmer Terrace Realty Associates to Legacy Capital. Financial terms were not disclosed. The JLL Capital Markets team representing the seller […]
    ROI-NJ Staff

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  • Economic Recovery and Reopening Update April 22, 2021
    INSIDE TODAY'S UPDATE Gov. Murphy says new rules are coming next week on easing pandemic restrictions. Ways the pandemic has changed consumer habits - permanently. Caesars Entertainment is betting big on a return to action in Atlantic City.
  • [Apr 21] Economic Recovery and Reopening Update April 21, 2021
    INSIDE TODAY'S UPDATE UPDATED: What you need to know about Restaurant Revitalization Fund grants. A welcome sign in Atlantic City: Hard Rock Hotel & Casino looks to fill 700 jobs. Pause on J&J shots slow some vaccination programs and heightens skepticism.
  • [Apr 20] Economic Recovery and Reopening Update April 20, 2021
    INSIDE TODAY'S UPDATE N.J. will ‘definitely continue to open up’ if COVID numbers keep improving, Gov. Murphy says. Young people, wanting life to return to normal, are getting vaccinated. Fort Lee, N.J., is the place New York sports bettors go for a little action.

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  • Former Atlantic City Showboat becomes state’s largest arcade April 23, 2021
    Snake eyes took on a whole new meaning this week as a python named Banana Peel helped in the announcement of the state’s biggest arcade coming to a former Atlantic City casino.“This is a complete and total game-changer,” Mayor Marty Small said as he stood next to Showboat owner Bart Blatstein.Nearby was a Bermese python […]
    Lynda Cohen
  • Atlantic City Expressway Exit 2 reopens April 22, 2021
    Seven months after a truck crash closed an Atlantic City Expressway entrance, it has reopened.Those heading west on the Black Horse Pike have not been able to enter at Exit 2 since the Sept. 26 crash.A Waste Management truck hit one of the supports, causing significant damage.But as of Thursday afternoon, the ramp was again […]
    Lynda Cohen
  • Ex-employees call for Tyner’s removal after state confirms more allegations against him April 21, 2021
    A group of women suing Atlantic County’s prosecutor are seeking his removal after several allegations against his practices were sustained by an Attorney General’s Office investigation.About a third of the 17 allegations made against Tyner and his office were found to have merit, including misdirecting forfeiture funds and potential retaliation against an employee who reported […]
    Lynda Cohen
  • Drug-trafficking ring leads to 30 indictments and arrest in 2019 Atlantic City killing April 21, 2021
    Thirty people have been indicted in a large Atlantic County drug-trafficking ring that led to murder charges against three in the killing of a beloved Atlantic City community leader.Investigators seized $2.6 million in cash in the organization whose alleged leader continued to do business while held inside the Atlantic County jail, with the help of […]
    Lynda Cohen
  • Instagram alleging predators on Ocean City Beach Patrol sparks investigation April 20, 2021
    An Instagram account alleging a long-accepted culture of sexual predators on the Ocean City Beach Patrol has sparked an investigation by the Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office.The anonymously run account that was created Wednesday has garnered thousands of followers, and many personal stories of alleged sexual harassment, assaults and abuse.“OCBP has more pedophiles I power […]
    Lynda Cohen

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  • North Jersey News Roundup for April 23, 2021 April 23, 2021
    Gov. Phil Murphy expects to offer a timeline for further easing of coronavirus restriction next week. Continue reading The post North Jersey News Roundup for April 23, 2021 first appeared on North-JerseyNews.com.
    North-JerseyNews.com
  • Bucco-Vainieri Huttle Bipartisan Opioid-Reversal Drug Legislation Signed into Law April 23, 2021
    “The same approach has proven effective in other states, and it can make a difference in New Jersey, as well,” said State Sen. Anthony Bucco (R-25). Continue reading The post Bucco-Vainieri Huttle Bipartisan Opioid-Reversal Drug Legislation Signed into Law first appeared on North-JerseyNews.com.
    Nathan Resso
  • Guidance on Further Easing Coronavirus Restrictions in New Jersey Expected Next Week April 22, 2021
    For April 22, the state reported 2,895 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 31 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 990,580 and 25,301. Continue reading The post Guidance on Further Easing Coronavirus Restrictions in New Jersey Expected Next Week first appeared on North-JerseyNews.com.
    James Hickey
  • Gov. Phil Murphy Signs Seven New Laws to Increase Protections for Sexual Assault Victims in New Jersey April 22, 2021
    “These laws will help make a difference in our state," said Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg (D-37). Continue reading The post Gov. Phil Murphy Signs Seven New Laws to Increase Protections for Sexual Assault Victims in New Jersey first appeared on North-JerseyNews.com.
    Liz Grover
  • North Jersey News Roundup for April 22, 2021 April 22, 2021
    Jersey City reverses course and will begin in-school instruction April 29. Continue reading The post North Jersey News Roundup for April 22, 2021 first appeared on North-JerseyNews.com.
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