Recent Tapinto Articles

Sitting is hazardous to your health

A study published In the December 20, 2017 issue of the journal Obesity conducted by researchers using MRI techniques to measure fat accumulation and distribution in the abdomen, found an associati... read more

East Brunswick Students Shine at MCC

EDISON, NJ - 

Middlesex in 2018, How's the Economy Looking? Rutgers Experts Provide Insight

PISCATAWAY, NJ - A newly sworn in Democrat governor and an arguably hectic presidential administration.

Think Spring! Plots Now Available for New Gardeners at the East Brunswick Community Garden

It may be the middle of winter, but it’s not too early to think about cultivating your own produce and flowers this spring at the East Brunswick Community Garden.

The Eleventh Hour! Comes to New York City

The Eleventh Hour!, an original and irreverent rock musical comedy born in a New Brunswick, New Jersey basement is making its New York debut with three performances at NY Winterfest this January.... read more

Girls Basketball: East Brunswick Streak Continues Monday Night

EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - The undefeated East Brunswick girls basketball team extended its winning streak to 12 games with a 40-37 victory over South Brunswick Monday night.

Rep. Watson Coleman Statement Opposing Stopgap Spending Bill

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-NJ) released the following statement in response to the deal made to end the Trump Shutdown:

East Brunswick: The History of the Lawrence Brook Country Club

EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - When one thinks of pre-post-war East Brunswick, most think of the town as a farming community.

Hundreds from Our Area Attend Morristown Women's March to Reflect on State of Country, Issues That Divide the Nation

MORRISTOWN, NJ – Hundreds of residents from Essex County boarded buses sponsored by local non-profit organization BlueWaveNJ headed for the Morristown Women's March on Saturday.

Donate Your New and Gently-Used Shoes to Fight Global Poverty

BORDENTOWN, NJ  - New and gently worn shoes that New Jersey residents no longer want can help create sustainable jobs many in developing nations need. That’s the message being delivered by Soles4So... read more