Snap Fitness: A Great Workout Close to Home

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By Pam TeelSnap Fitness owner, Ray Dietrich, was always one for taking chances. So last November, during the pandemic, he bought a gym. When he told his wife about it, she thought he was crazy with what has been going on in the world and how gyms have taken a huge financial hit due to … Continued

Sweet William & Thyme Florist, Your Community Florist

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Make it Your Thyme for Flowers!! In 1999, after leaving a grueling business meeting with her boss in a large hotel in New Brunswick, Amy Pratico rounded the corner in the parking garage and instantly smelled the scent of flowers. A man was setting up a stand in three parking spaces and was busy putting … Continued

The Book Smart Project

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By Pam Teel Tasha Toth and her husband, Kevin, both of Roosevelt, to date, have collected and donated over 18,000 children’s books to lower income families, school districts, and other organizations in need of books across the state of New Jersey and abroad. As a child, Tasha had always loved reading a new book and … Continued

Slip and Fall Accidents

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By John Bazzurro As the weather turns bad, many store owners and landowners begin to ask what their responsibility is with respect to clearing ice and snow from their walkways, parking lots and sidewalks.  Similarly, people begin asking whether they have a viable personal injury case where they have sustained an injury after slipping and falling … Continued

Tomorrow Today College Consulting – Helping to Take the STRESS out of the College Admissions Process

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By, Pam Teel “With over 4,500 institutions of higher education in America, the college admissions process can be quite overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be so stressful,” stated Stephanie Ackerman, an individual College Admissions Consultant and founder and President of Tomorrow Today College Consulting, located in Red Bank, NJ. Having a college consultant’s advice … Continued

Avoid Being Pulled Over by The Police

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By John Bazzurro Obviously, the easy way to avoid being pulled over is to refrain from violating any traffic violations. However, in my practice, I have recently seen a number of people pulled over for reasons other than moving violations under the traffic code. Because the first defense for attorneys in representing individuals in municipal … Continued

Being C-Bunny, Never Stop Fighting to Be Heard!

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Christina Sarni grew up in Millstone Township. Born with hearing loss, school life was not easy for her. It led her to a lot of communication issues with both her teachers and her peers. Having to use assistive listening devices with her teachers in order to hear what they were saying, and trying to keep … Continued

Cantor Barbra Lieberstein’s Jewish Lifecycles

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Cantor Barbra received ordination from The Academy for Jewish Religion, a pluralistic seminary for rabbis and cantors in New York City. She is also certified through the American Conference of Cantors (Reform) and the Cantors Assembly (Conservative). She is a member of the Women’s Cantors Network and was a member of the N.J. Cantors Concert … Continued