Recent Tapinto Articles

Do you have high blood pressure under the new guidelines?

New guidelines from the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology announced last week revised the reading at which high blood pressure is diagnosed from 140/90 to 130/80.  T... read more

NJSIAA Tackles Hotbed Issues – Gender Identity, Drone Technology

ROBBINSVILLE, NJ  – The NJSIAA executive committee today enacted policies that address two hotbed issues – gender identity and drone technology. Both take effect immediately.

 

Essex County man found dead after shooting near Feaster Park

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - An Essex County man died Friday night after a shooting in New Brunswick, authorities announced November 18.

New Jersey's Best Rum-Spiked Cranberry Jelly Recipe

BLOOMFIELD, NJ -  Bloomfield resident Jenn Stilwell's cranberry jelly recipe is now the worst kept secret in the township.

East Brunswick Administrators Join Peers at Municipalities Convention

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ - During the League of Municipalities Convention, many of the state’s top officials including members of the East Brunswick administrative team  gathered in Atlantic City this wee... read more

Horse-drawn Wagon Rides, Carolers and Stories of Holidays Past Await Visitors to County’s ‘Seasonal Traditions’ Celebration

PISCATAWAY, NJ -- Nothing brings the holiday season to life like annual traditions, especially when they’re shared with family, friends and neighbors.

For Thanksgiving: "Tough Choices" and Family Decisions

 

Middlesex County Democratic Chairman Kevin McCabe Endorses Senator Menendez for Re-election

METUCHEN, NJ – Middlesex County Democratic Chairman Kevin McCabe today endorsed Senator Bob Menendez for re-election, citing the senator’s longtime commitment to fighting on behalf of New Jersey’s... read more

Newark man to stay behind bars ​for alleged connection to New Brunswick fatal shooting

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - A suspect arrested in connection with a fatal shooting of a New Brunswick man will remain behind bars for now, after the courts determined he was a public safety threat and flig... read more

Rutgers president addresses controversial bias incidents, says they're protected by ​First ​Amendment

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Rutgers President Robert Barchi stood by his affirmation ​of​ the First Amendment, saying those ​protections ​extend to ​the recent rash of ​anti-Semitism on campus.