Ruby Memorial: Unique among New Jersey Funeral Homes

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Christine Cuoco, Owner/Manager of Ruby Memorial is the heart of this firm. She is the person who, with every action and every word, shapes the role Ruby Memorial plays within the South Asian and Orthodox Christian communities in New Jersey; and defines the quality of professional and personal relationships she has with the individuals she … Continued

Your Phone Could Soon Be Your NJ Driver’s License Under Dancer Bill

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Assemblyman Ron Dancer recently introduced a bill requiring the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission to create and issue electronic driver’s licenses and identification cards to individuals who voluntarily request one. The bill (A5433) follows up on recommendations from the MVC’s 2016 Mobile Driver’s License Feasibility Study that found the technology exists to create a digital … Continued

A Smile Lasts Forever

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By Pam Teel Dr. Allyson Falk and her entire staff are committed to providing the best possible dental care for your family. As a general care family dental practice, the office provides a full range of services from preventive care for teeth and gums, to restorative work, orthodontics, and cosmetic services.Dr. Ally joined her father in … Continued

Marketing Ideas For Restaurants 1 Year After Covid-19

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Editorial marketing is a fabulous way to get potential patrons to know your business better. Content marketing is the king of marketing because it creates a connection and trust. Here are some ideas:The story of how you got started in the restaurant business Explain the challenges and triumphs you’ve faced during the pandemic What was … Continued

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