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

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

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

Impact 100 Jersey Coast Delivers Grants to Four 2020 Recipients

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Impact 100 Jersey Coast is a philanthropic volunteer organization of women whose mission is to provide transformational grants to projects proposed by local nonprofits. Since 2015, Impact 100 Jersey Coast has provided more than 1.6 million in grants to nonprofits that serve the Monmouth County area. Grants are funded by the members who vote to … Continued

Thriving and Growing in Any Environment

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In an economic downturn, business owners are forced to make difficult decisions. For many, this difficulty arises from the belief that what the world is experiencing now is unprecedented, that the future is unpredictable. Thankfully, there is nearly a century of data that can alleviate some of these fears and help companies see the upside … Continued

Turning your Best Friend into an App

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How far is someone willing to take an inside joke? For most it’s a well-thought-out prank, a post on Facebook, or even a meme to circulate. But for two Trinidadians, what started off as a small joke, snow-balled into an online game and an IOS app. Norman Gabriel (23) and Anthony Boulos (22) have been … Continued

TEENS AND DISTRACTED DRIVING

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Teens’ inexperience behind the wheel makes them more susceptible to distraction behind the wheel. One in three teens who text says they have done so while driving. Is your teen one of them? Research has found that dialing a phone number while driving increases your teen’s risk of crashing by six times, and texting while … Continued

Coming Together for the Greater Good

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this Martin Luther King, Jr. Day By, YMCA of Western Monmouth County For over 20 years, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service has encouraged individuals to volunteer their time to improve their communities. That spirit of community service can be a rallying point to heal our differences through a common cause, as giving … Continued

Millstone Warrior’s

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By Lauren Kolacki Every accomplishment starts with the decision to try. At least that is what Brian Davis believes. Brian is the coach of his 9-year-old sons’ basketball team, along with Matt Pless, here in Millstone. At last year’s tryouts they had a total of 4 kids show up, 2 being their sons. That’s not … Continued