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  • Three-month bridge closure begins in Hopewell Township
    by Community News on August 20, 2019 at 3:52 pm

    Starting Aug. 20, the bridge on Washington Crossing-Pennington Road over Woolsey Brook in Hopewell Township will be closed for at least three months while county crews replace it. The post Three-month bridge closure begins in Hopewell Township appeared first on Community News. […]

  • Ryan’s Quest asks people to Dress Down for Duchenne Awareness Sept. 6
    by Community News on August 20, 2019 at 2:44 pm

    Hamilton-based nonprofit Ryan’s Quest is asking area residents to participate in its Friday, Sept. 6 Dress Down for Duchenne Awareness Day. The post Ryan’s Quest asks people to Dress Down for Duchenne Awareness Sept. 6 appeared first on Community News. […]

  • Forgotten History Podcast, Episode 6: The garden in the machine
    by Diccon Hyatt on August 15, 2019 at 2:27 pm

    Listen to our podcast to learn about the Delaware and Raritan Canal, New Jersey’s longest and perhaps most underappreciated park The post Forgotten History Podcast, Episode 6: The garden in the machine appeared first on Community News. […]

  • First came the bookstore, then came the book
    by Community News on August 14, 2019 at 8:57 pm

    The Downtowner has an informal summer tradition of presenting the works of Trenton-connected poets and short story writers. This year the tradition continues, but there is a twist The post First came the bookstore, then came the book appeared first on Community News. […]

  • Portrait of an artist and writer: Janet Purcell
    by Dan Aubrey on August 14, 2019 at 8:43 pm

    Long-time visual arts reporter for the Times has a solo exhibition at Trenton City Museum through Sept. 8 The post Portrait of an artist and writer: Janet Purcell appeared first on Community News. […]

  • Insufficient Number of Health Inspectors Led to Lack of Food Establishment Oversight Board of Health Hears
    by TAPinto on August 21, 2019 at 5:10 pm

    <p>HAMILTON, NJ —  During a marathon meeting of the Hamilton Board of Health Wednesday night, the cause and impact of the failure to inspect the vast majority of local retail food establishments last year was examined. </p> <p>Information compiled by Township officials, and reviewed by TAPinto Hamilton/Robbinsville, regarding the inspections of Hamilton retail food establishments found that 332 of the 509 such businesses were not inspected in 2018. The list of uninspected retail food establishments…</p><a href="https://www.tapinto.net/articles/insufficient-number-of-health-inspectors-led-to-lack-of-food-establishment-oversight-board-of-health-hears">Read More</a&gt […]

  • NJ Transit to Share Performance Metrics Following Murphy Executive Order
    by TAPinto on August 21, 2019 at 2:27 am

    <p>MONTCLAIR, NJ – Governor Murphy was at the Bay Street Station in Montclair on Monday to sign an executive order improving transparency at NJ Transit by requiring NJ Transit rail performance metrics to be shared with the public on a monthly basis.  </p> <p>1,400 commuters utilize the Bay Street Station each day, Murphy said, "our goal is to get them to where they need to be safely and on time." </p> <p>"In just a few minutes, I will sign an executive order requiring greater public transparency into th…</p><a href="https://www.tapinto.net/articles/nj-transit-to-share-performance-metrics-following-murphy-executive-order-f53bd846-4414-4fd5-827c-6196e0931148">Read More</a&gt […]

  • Broken Elevator Causes Tuesday Board of Health, Council Meeting to Relocate
    by TAPinto on August 20, 2019 at 5:35 pm

    <p>HAMILTON, NJ —   The recently refurbished elevator at the Hamilton Township Municipal Building went on the fritz Tuesday causing the night time Council meeting to relocate to the Hamilton Senior Center.  </p> <p>The Council meeting will convene as the municipal Board of Health to focus on concerns regarding the lack of inspections at retail food establishments and multiple cases of Legionnaires’ Disease at a senior apartment building.  </p> <p>The meeting is still set to start at 6:30pm at the Senio…</p><a href="https://www.tapinto.net/articles/broken-elevator-causes-tuesday-board-of-health-council-meeting-to-relocate">Read More</a&gt […]

  • Lack of Food Inspection, Legionnaire&#39;s Outbreak on Agenda for Hamilton Board of Health
    by TAPinto on August 19, 2019 at 4:36 pm

    <p>HAMILTON, NJ —  The municipal Board of Health will convene Tuesday evening to tackle two pressing health issues affecting residents of Hamilton Township — the recent confirmed cases of Legionnaires’ Disease at the Alvin E. Gershen senior housing apartments and the reported lack of inspection of more than half of the Township’s retail food establishments.  </p> <p>According to a local official who asked to remain anonymous, information compiled by Township officials on the inspections of Hamilto…</p><a href="https://www.tapinto.net/articles/lack-of-food-inspection-legionnaire-s-outbreak-on-agenda-for-hamilton-board-of-health">Read More</a&gt […]

  • Governor Signs Legislation Requiring Lactation Rooms in Public Buildings
    by TAPinto on August 17, 2019 at 2:28 am

    <p>NEWARK, NJ – Certain public facilities and offices will now be required to provide on-site lactation rooms following a Thursday bill signing by Gov. Phil Murphy.</p> <p>Murphy said the law breaks down barriers to breastfeed and empowers New Jersey’s mothers.</p> <p>“Building a stronger, fairer, and healthier New Jersey begins with unwavering support for our mothers and families, including providing access to private, clean, and safe spaces for nursing,” Murphy said.</p> <p>First Lady Tammy Murphy said th…</p><a href="https://www.tapinto.net/articles/governor-signs-legislation-requiring-lactation-rooms-in-public-buildings-19">Read More</a&gt […]

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