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Hosting an event? You might try a winery, thanks to NJ law

Wineries not located on preserved land are not affected by the law, as they are generally restricted by town ordinances, not state law. “In our nation’s competitive environment, New Jersey ranks the sixth highest state in wine production because we do a good job in promoting agricultural tourism, such as this pilot program,” said Assemblyman […]

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Governor signs Dancer, Rooney bill allowing special events at wineries

TRENTON, N.J. – Gov. Phil Murphy on Wednesday signed bipartisan legislation sponsored by Assemblymen Ron Dancer and Kevin J. Rooney that allows wineries to hold special events such as weddings, retirement and birthday parties on certain days. “We haven’t gathered enough information during the current pilot program on how important this program is to the […]

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TIP: Grilling Tips for Father’s Day

If you’re giving Dad a break by taking over the barbecue responsibilities, use these grilling tips from Consumer Reports to keep the food from sticking to grates, minimize flare-ups, and make the holiday cookout a success. Problem: Food Sticks to Grates The fix: Fully preheat the grill; it could take 15 to 20 minutes. Before cooking, […]

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TIP: How to Display the US Flag

Many Americans have been displaying the nation’s flag for Memorial Day, but some may not be aware of the proper protocol for handling Old Glory. Here are some tips for proper flag etiquette, and a list of things you should not do with the flag. Outdoors, the flag should ordinarily be displayed only between sunrise […]

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Lawn and Landscape Watering Tips

Watering twice a week is usually enough to keep a healthy lawn growing. In general, your lawn needs about one inch of water per week, including rainfall, to keep it green during the growing season. Water only when your lawn needs it, rather than on a set schedule. One sign that a lawn needs water […]

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