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TIP: 8 Ways to Express Appreciation on Veterans Day

Veterans Day is an important day for showing appreciation to members of our military, past and present. If you’re looking for an appropriate way to honor a veteran in your life, or would like to contribute in a way that’s meaningful for veterans everywhere, here’s a list of suggestions from Military.com to start you off. 1. Show […]

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TIP: How to Vote

Election day is Tuesday, November 6. New Jersey allows any voter to request a ballot by mail. New Jersey offers early voting, but most vote in person on Election Day. Make sure you are registered: Voters registered in New Jersey can look up where to vote on New Jersey’s site or at GetToThePolls.com. Vote early: New Jersey voters can also vote […]

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TIP: 5 Tips To Make Your Halloween Safer

In many respects, Halloween gives people license to step out of their everyday persona and experiment with playing a new role or being a different character. When combined with alcohol and drug use, the risk for bodily injury skyrockets. Forbes put together this list of 5 tips to make your Halloween safer. Place Reflective Tape On Your […]

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TIP: Electrical Safety in the Fall

The Electrical Safety Foundation International reminds you to keep electrical safety in mind as the cooler fall weather moves many activities back indoors. The following safety tips will help you stay safe during the change of seasons: Safely store warm weather tools like lawn mowers and trimmers. Check cold weather tools, such as leaf and […]

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Rooney, DePhillips bill turning the heat up on poor performing utilities clears committee

TRENTON, N.J. – Two Bergen county legislators say towns should be able to pull the plug on utilities that fail to provide safe and adequate service. An Assembly panel voted 8 to 0 today to advance a bill sponsored by Assemblymen Christopher DePhillips and Kevin J. Rooney, permitting municipalities to switch providers. Several nor’easters earlier this […]

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