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Peapack-Gladstone Bank “Neighme” that horse winner, Mikayla Gadaleta, stands proudly with Noble and Liberty, her newly-named steeds.Peapack-Gladstone Financial Corporation (NASDAQ Global Select Market: PGC) and Peapack-Gladstone Bank announce the winner of its “Neighme” that horse contest. Held at the Bank’s Boonton branch charity Christmas tree sale, visitors submitted names for the two horse statues that adorn the property. And the winner is? Eleven-year-old Mikayla Gadaleta, who banked...
Peapack-Gladstone Bank “Neighme” that horse winner, Mikayla Gadaleta, stands proudly with Noble and Liberty, her newly-named steeds.
Peapack-Gladstone Financial Corporation (NASDAQ Global Select Market: PGC) and Peapack-Gladstone Bank announce the winner of its “Neighme” that horse contest. Held at the Bank’s Boonton branch charity Christmas tree sale, visitors submitted names for the two horse statues that adorn the property. And the winner is? Eleven-year-old Mikayla Gadaleta, who banked on “Noble” and “Liberty” for the win! Mikayla is an avid horse enthusiast and rider, so this contest was right up her ally! Both she and her family joined many others in the community who entered the contest while selecting the perfect holiday tree at the Bank’s annual charity tree sale. This year’s event helped raise over $30,000 to benefit youth mental health programs at the Lakeland Hills Family YMCA.
Peapack-Gladstone Bank welcomes you to stop at its picturesque, one-of-a-kind branch located at 104 Ely Place in Boonton, chat with the staff, and learn about all the Bank has to offer, not only with your financial needs, but in supporting its communities. In the meantime, many thanks to everyone who submitted a name. Hope it was as much fun for you as it was for the judges who weighed your choices!
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Peapack-Gladstone Financial Corporation is a New Jersey bank holding company with total assets of $6.1 billion and assets under management and/or administration of $9.3 billion as of September 30, 2022. Founded in 1921, Peapack-Gladstone Bank is a commercial bank that provides innovative wealth management, investment banking, commercial and retail solutions, to businesses and consumers. Peapack Private, the Bank’s wealth management division, offers comprehensive financial, tax, fiduciary and investment advice and solutions, to individuals, families, privately held businesses, family offices and not-for-profit organizations, which help them to establish, maintain and expand their legacy. Together, Peapack-Gladstone Bank and Peapack Private offer an unparalleled commitment to client service. Visit www.pgbank.com and www.peapackprivate.com for more information.
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MORRISTOWN, NJ — Breweries across New Jersey are banding together to fight New Jersey rules for brewery licenses, which have resulted in tight restrictions on New Jersey's craft breweries.Double Tap Brewing in Whippany is one of the many breweries that has collaborated with the Brewers Guild of New Jersey to serve a craft beer-turned-collaborative project to support efforts to loosen restrictions on New Jersey's craft breweries.The collaboration, spearheaded by the Brewers Guild of New Jersey and Icarus Brewing Company in...
MORRISTOWN, NJ — Breweries across New Jersey are banding together to fight New Jersey rules for brewery licenses, which have resulted in tight restrictions on New Jersey's craft breweries.
Double Tap Brewing in Whippany is one of the many breweries that has collaborated with the Brewers Guild of New Jersey to serve a craft beer-turned-collaborative project to support efforts to loosen restrictions on New Jersey's craft breweries.
The collaboration, spearheaded by the Brewers Guild of New Jersey and Icarus Brewing Company in Lakewood, asks each participating brewery to pledge a percentage of their Brew Jersey profits to the Brewers Guild of New Jersey to help fund the fight.
According to the group, 42 breweries in five states have committed to brewing their own batch and donating a portion of the proceeds, including those in North Carolina, Vermont and New York.
Each brewery that produces Brew Jersey is asked to donate 25 percent of the proceeds from their version to the Brewers Guild of New Jersey to support the fight.
Double Tap Brewing will begin selling Brew Jersey sometime in January or early 2023.
Each Brew Jersey can label will contain a QR code that directs consumers to the project's website, which explains the craft breweries' point of view and provides release dates for all breweries producing Brew Jersey.
The restrictions on New Jersey's craft breweries were outlined in a special ruling issued by the state Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control in May 2019, but enforcement was delayed until July 2022.
The special rule restricts businesses to 25 on-site events and 52 private parties per year. Each company is allowed to attend up to 12 off-site events. Prior to the ruling, breweries could hold an unlimited number of events.
Breweries must also provide walking or virtual tours of their facilities before serving beer to customers, and they are no longer permitted to collaborate with food trucks or vendors or serve coffee.
ABC officials stated in issuing the ruling that they interpreted the 2012 state law creating the limited brewery licenses as having the goal of promoting beer sales through existing retail options such as liquor stores and restaurants.
"It’s clear that these rules, supposedly meant to 'balance interests', are not balanced at all," the guild says on the Brew Jersey website. "New Jersey’s craft beer industry has grown by leaps and bounds in the last decade, only to see it now systematically stifled by artificial and arbitrary limits."
WalletHub ranked the best states to retire in 2023. New Jersey finished 49th out of 50 as the second-worst state to retire, according to the personal finance website.NEW JERSEY -- In addition to figuring out when to retire, a good question to ask is where. Finding the best states to retire can be difficult without doing lots of research. Even in the most affordable areas of the U.S., most retirees cannot rely on Social Security or pension checks alone to cover all of their living expenses.Pers...
WalletHub ranked the best states to retire in 2023. New Jersey finished 49th out of 50 as the second-worst state to retire, according to the personal finance website.
NEW JERSEY -- In addition to figuring out when to retire, a good question to ask is where. Finding the best states to retire can be difficult without doing lots of research. Even in the most affordable areas of the U.S., most retirees cannot rely on Social Security or pension checks alone to cover all of their living expenses.
Personal finance site WalletHub released a study ranking the best states to retire in 2023, with New Jersey ranking 49th out of 50 (second-worst state to retire). WalletHub compared the states across three key dimensions: 1) Affordability, 2) Quality of Life, and 3) Health Care.
New Jersey ranked 49th in affordability, 34th in quality of life, and 22nd in health care. The study also ranked each state in different sub categories related to each of those three main categories. Here is where New Jersey ranked in each sub-category among all 50 states:
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Neighboring New York also ranked in the bottom five at 46th, Connecticut was below average at 35th and Pennsylvania ranked well above average as the 14th best state to retire in 2023. According to WalletHub's study, Virginia was ranked as the best state to retire in 2023 and Kentucky ranked as the worst place to retire in 2023.
One interesting find in this study was the inverse relation with affordability rankings versus quality of life and health care rankings. Several states that ranked in or outside the bottom ten for affordability had rankings in or outside the top ten for quality of life and/or health care (i.e. Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maine, and Minnesota).
When looking at the states that ranked higher in affordability, the opposite happens. States in this study that ranked in or outside the top ten for affordability ranked within or outside the bottom ten for quality of life and/or health care (i.e. Alabama, Tennessee, West Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia, and Arkansas).
"Because of the high inflation, retirees will focus more on cost of living before choosing a place to retire to," said WalletHub Analyst Jill Gonzalez. "At the same time, since their retirement income may not stretch as far as budgeted, they could consider retiring somewhere they could be able to find part-time employment."
To view the full study by WalletHub, click here.
Several restaurants are set to open in the coming year, bringing new business and potential changes to the area. MORRISTOWN, NJ — A slew of new restaurants and businesses have recently opened in Morristown, making the lively downtown even more appealing.However, we at Patch wanted to highlight a few businesses that are planning to join the local community in the coming year.Here is a list of eateries that will be making their debut in Morristown in 2023:Central Taqueria, 61 South Street, Morristown...
MORRISTOWN, NJ — A slew of new restaurants and businesses have recently opened in Morristown, making the lively downtown even more appealing.
However, we at Patch wanted to highlight a few businesses that are planning to join the local community in the coming year.
Here is a list of eateries that will be making their debut in Morristown in 2023:
Central Taqueria, 61 South Street, Morristown
This brand-new Mexican restaurant is opening up in Morristown and bringing the taste of authentic flavors of central and southeast Mexico to the neighborhood.
Although an official opening date has not been announced, restaurant officials are currently hiring staff members.
Central Taqueria plans to serve hand-made tortillas, Pastor tacos fresh from the trompo, which is a traditional Mexican rotisserie, Cochinita Pibil and a variety of other traditional recipes.
Guerriero Gelato, 64 South Street, Morristown
The award-winning gelato shop, Guerriero Gelato, is opening up its fifth shop in the heart of Morristown this January. According to the owner Mike Guerriero, the shop will have a grand opening on Jan. 13, just in time for the long weekend.
Alongside traditional Italian gelato flavors, the store also operates as a traditional ice cream parlor, serving a multitude of frozen treats. Menu favorites include ice cream cakes and miniature ice cream sandwiches made with freshly baked cookies.
To kick off their grand opening weekend, Guerriero's will be awarding the first 100 patrons a card to redeem for a free pint of ice cream or gelato at a future visit with any purchase.
Effin Egg, 30 Morris Street, Morristown
This popular grab-and-go breakfast joint, Effin Egg, is opening its first location in New Jersey and they are coming to Morristown.
The fast-casual restaurant serves a variety of gourmet breakfast sandwiches that please both carnivores and vegetarians. Effin Egg, known for its amusing menu names, serves classic comfort food with a twist, prepared with fresh ingredients.
Menu staples include the Eff U Bowl!, Papi’s Breakfast Brisket Taco’s, Han Solo The Cheeseburger and the OLD School Biscuit.
An exact opening date has not yet been announced.
Sandi's Soulbites, 255 Speedwell Avenue, Morris Township
Following the pandemic, Sandi's Soulbites shut down its Morristown location this year and changed to a catering-only business model. The eatery, though, is getting a second chance and moving to Morris Township.
The Morris Township Planning Board recently approved the relocation, and while construction updates are still required, the new and improved Sandi's Soulbites could be open by the end of the year.
The new restaurant space will include outdoor seating as well as a larger parking area, which was previously an issue at the eateries' current location.
Each of these new businesses will bring something fresh and exciting to the Morristown neighborhood. Are there any other businesses you'd like to see join the neighborhood in 2023? Let Patch know!
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To celebrate the opening, the first 100 patrons will receive a card they can use to get a free pint of ice cream with any purchase. MORRISTOWN, NJ — Next weekend, Guerriero Gelato will open its fifth location in Morristown, bringing its award-winning flavors to the neighborhood and giving away free ice cream to a select few customers.Following the formal ribbon-cutting, Guerriero Gelato will give its first 100 customers gift cards redeemable for a free pint of gelato or ice cream with a subsequent purchase.The ne...
MORRISTOWN, NJ — Next weekend, Guerriero Gelato will open its fifth location in Morristown, bringing its award-winning flavors to the neighborhood and giving away free ice cream to a select few customers.
Following the formal ribbon-cutting, Guerriero Gelato will give its first 100 customers gift cards redeemable for a free pint of gelato or ice cream with a subsequent purchase.
The new shop will open its doors on Jan. 13 at 64 South St., replacing the former Kilwins.
"Morristown is the place to be, whether you are a college student looking to bar hop, a married couple looking for a night out, from great restaurants to great shows at the Mayo, there is something for everyone here... Living in the Morris County area, we go to Morristown, you know, to eat and to hang out... So we were just dying to come in," owner Mike Guerriero said.
Along with serving a variety of frozen treats, Guerriero Gelato also functions as a traditional ice cream shop. It offers traditional Italian gelato flavors. Ice cream cakes and tiny ice cream sandwiches made with just-baked cookies are popular menu items.
New flavors are frequently added to the menu, which frequently changes. Guerriero claims that there will be more than 60 flavors available every day at the Morristown store.
One of the shop's most popular flavors, Blueberry Basil gelato, won the Gelato Festival North American Finals in 2019, making it the number-one gelato in America. Guerriero and the team were later also recognized in Italy as having made the best gelato in North America.
The shop strives for high-quality ice cream, ensuring that all of its products are handcrafted and created using a family recipe developed by them or a recipe obtained from the original owners.
"Even with five locations, we refuse to change the process of what we do. Every single thing is made by hand. From the way that our ice cream sandwiches are packaged to the cookies that our ice cream sandwiches are made on... all of our flavors are made with love and by hand," Guerriero said.
Guerriero Gelato's doors are set to open on Jan. 13. The shop will eventually be open seven days a week, all year round, and will offer counter service, as well as pickup, curbside drop-off, and delivery.