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At Denville Medical, your licensed physical therapist's goal is to maximize your body's structure and increase its overall function for long-term health. To accomplish this, our physical therapists combine traditional and innovative techniques focused on increasing muscle strength and improving the body's range of motion. Our goal is to discover the root cause of your pain or mobility problems. That way, we can address the true reason why you need physical therapy, and work towards achieving long-lasting relief.
Of course, we understand that every patient is different. Your doctor can provide expert care in an encouraging environment by creating a customized treatment plan for you using modern, evidence-based research.
Some common reasons why patients need physical therapy at Denville Medical include:
Sports Injuries Whether you are on the varsity team of your high school football team or a professional athlete, sports injuries are serious business. Our doctors and physical therapists will develop a plan to help you heal properly, so you can get back in the game sooner rather than later.
Pre and Post Operation With decades of combined experience, our physical therapy experts know that there is a time for gentle healing and a time for aggressive physical rehab. Whether you are scheduled for surgery or have recently been released from the hospital, our therapists are here to help you recover, one step at a time.
Neurological Issues At Denville Medical, we treat much more than sports-based injuries. Whether you're suffering from Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's, or a vestibular problem, our therapists are trained and certified to help you regain your body's optimal functionality.
Life has a habit of throwing us curveballs. Sure, some surprises only hurt your bank account, like expenses around the home. But more serious incidents, like car wrecks, can inflict physical injuries causing long-term pain. Injury-related problems like neck and back pain affect many Americans daily. Even worse, many hardworking people turn to addictive pain medication and invasive surgeries for relief, only to find themselves deeper in a hole.
If you're in chronic pain or suffer from range of motion problems, you should know that options are available for safer, more effective pain relief. One of the most commonly used solutions is physical therapy. The main goal of physical therapy is to maximize your body's mobility and increase overall function. In order to accomplish this, physical therapy techniques focus on improving range of motion and building muscle strength.
Physical therapy helps people of all ages with illnesses, medical conditions, or injuries that limit their mobility and body functionality. At Denville Medical and Sports Rehabilitation Center, our doctors and physical therapists create customized physical therapy programs to help patients reclaim their lives.
When combined with diet and exercise, many patients are able to enjoy activities that they only thought possible with youth.
Some of the most common techniques that physical therapists use to help patients include:
From improper ergonomics at your office desk to injuries sustained in car wrecks, neck pain is a widespread problem. Taking the proper preventative steps to deal with pain provides relief and can prevent the need for surgery or medication.
Generally, there are two kinds of neck pain: chronic and acute. Acute pain shouldn't last for more than six weeks, while chronic pain can last months or even years. Physical therapy is one of the most recommended treatments for neck pain. Treatments often involve reducing neck exercise, strength training, and stretching. If you're suffering from acute or chronic neck pain, it's important to have tests done by a physical therapist to determine the extent of your injury.
Neck pain is caused by a wide range of problems, like:
After identifying the underlying cause of your condition, your physical therapist will develop a comprehensive treatment to address your pain and provide long-term relief.
Back pain is one of the leading causes of disability in America. Back pain can start innocuously as a small muscle ache but can quickly become a more serious problem that disrupts daily life. Like neck pain, the best way to address the issue is to understand the root cause so that surgery is avoided.
Also like neck pain, back pain is either chronic (longer than six weeks) or acute (less than six weeks). Back pain can be caused by a number of events, like lifting a heavy item or simply sitting wrong for too long. To determine the extent of your injuries, you will need one or more diagnostic tests, like X-rays or MRI scans. Once the root cause of your condition is revealed, your physical therapist will work with Denville Medical doctors to create a treatment plan tailored to your body.
Common conditions linked to back pain include:
Experiencing a herniated disc is something most people dread, but many have to endure. Luckily, PT plays a significant role in herniated disc recovery. Physical therapy not only provides immediate pain relief, it teaches patients how to condition their bodies to avoid worse injuries.
At Denville Medical, our physical therapists and doctors have years of experience helping patients rehabilitate from herniated discs. Patients benefit from several time-tested techniques to relieve pain.
After diagnostic testing, active and passive treatments can include:
Do your hips feel uneven or misaligned? Do you suffer from hip stiffness or pain when the weather changes? Are you having trouble getting around the house like you used to? Your hips bear most of your weight, so it's no surprise that hip pain is very common among Americans.
Fortunately, physical therapy has been proven to provide relief for people dealing with acute or chronic hip pain. As with other forms of pain, you will need diagnostic testing to determine the extent of your hip problems.
Some common causes of hip pain include:
Once your hip issues are properly diagnosed, it's time to find relief. Denville Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center offers several custom solutions, including acupuncture, chiropractic care, and personalized physical therapy.
Like hip pain, knee pain is a common condition in the U.S. and affects millions of people every year. Pain in the knee is caused by many things, including strains, injuries, age, and repetitive trauma. Sometimes, there's no apparent reason for knee pain. When it occurs, you may experience limited knee functionality, like difficulty standing, walking, sitting, and walking up and down stairs.
There are many conditions associated with knee pain, including:
If you notice symptoms like clicking or popping sounds, locking, inflammation, or sharp pains in your knee, physical therapy might be your best bet for relief.
Sometimes, surgery is the only option a patient can choose to alleviate pain from injuries and accidents. When this is the case, physical therapy plays a vital role before and after surgery.
To help you get a better sense of the scope of our physical therapy treatments, we're listing some of the most frequently asked questions that we receive at Denville Medical:
Answer : While some physical therapists rely on outdated techniques to treat patients, our team uses a combination of tried-and-true methods and modern strategies, including:
Answer : During your first visit with our physical therapist, we will complete a series of tests and screenings to establish a baseline for your care. You can expect to complete stability screenings, strength tests, and computerized range of motion tests. These tests ensure your doctor understands how your muscles are functioning. Once complete, your therapist will create a custom treatment plan for your physical therapy, so we can move forward with your care. During your time at Denville Medical, you should expect adjustments to your treatment plan as you make progress.
Answer : We get this question a lot, and we can certainly understand why. Unfortunately, we cannot provide you with an exact answer because every patient has different needs relating to their injuries and issues. Your level of stability and functionality depends on your condition, your goals, and your motivation to heal. For acute pain, patients typically experience relief in 2-3 weeks. Patients with forms of chronic pain usually feel optimal results after their first full course of therapy (4-6 weeks). Since our goal is to achieve maximum medical improvement, our doctors continuously monitor your progress and adjust treatment accordingly.
Whether you're dealing with chronic knee pain or acute back pain, relief is in sight. Rather than dangerous medicines and invasive surgeries, we specialize in non-surgical treatments like physical therapy. Our team of physical therapists, chiropractors, acupuncturists, and primary care doctors have years of experience and work hand-in-hand to give you real pain relief.
If you're sick and tired of living life full of physical pain, now is the time to act. Don't let your body deteriorate â find your new lease on life at Denville Medical and Sports Rehabilitation Center.973-627-7888
On behalf of the Township Committee, I would like to provide you with information concerning our current financial and budgetary outlook for 2023. In 2022, the Township did not experience a significant increase in commercial or residential development. In this regard, we experienced a modest increase in our ratable base from $3,845,632,800.00 to $3,859,971,500.00 or a net increase of $14,338,700.00. The ratable base is an essential component in helping to balance the tax rates for residential, commercial, and vacant properties so that we do ...
On behalf of the Township Committee, I would like to provide you with information concerning our current financial and budgetary outlook for 2023. In 2022, the Township did not experience a significant increase in commercial or residential development. In this regard, we experienced a modest increase in our ratable base from $3,845,632,800.00 to $3,859,971,500.00 or a net increase of $14,338,700.00. The ratable base is an essential component in helping to balance the tax rates for residential, commercial, and vacant properties so that we do not see a dramatic shift in taxes to our residential property owners.
Crafting a conservative yet financially responsible budget is also a key factor in devising the tax rate. On Saturday, February 11, 2023, the Township Committee and key department heads met to prepare the 2023 operating and capital budgets. This annual work session gives the governing body and managers the opportunity to carefully consider proposed spending and make necessary cuts while still maintaining essential services. It is a long-standing philosophy that all operating expenditures require justification. Capital improvement projects also receive careful scrutiny based on need. In some cases, projects are deferred with funds being reserved or allocated over a two or three-year period in order to keep budgetary expenditures in check and to minimize the impact on taxes.
This year inflation has also played a role with increased spending on fuel and utilities as well as mandatory increases for pension, insurance, and salaries and wages.
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During its March 9, 2023, regular meeting, the Township Committee introduced the 2023 Current Fund Budget of $ 31,548,137.46 which is below the state-mandated 2% CAP. The budget represents a 2.53% tax rate increase for municipal operations only. The amount to be raised by taxation to support the municipal portion of the tax rate is $18,596,998.45 with anticipated revenues at $12,951,139.01. Revenues to support the Township’s budget are derived from fees for various municipal services established by the Township, franchise fees, other business taxes, and State and Federal Aid.
The final tax rate inclusive of the fire districts, county, and local and regional schools have not been finalized as of this writing.
The public hearing and consideration of adopting the 2023 Township budget are scheduled for Thursday evening, April 13th at 8:00 PM, or as soon thereafter as it appears on the regular, open public meeting agenda. The public hearing will take place in the main, public meeting room at the Municipal Building. Residents are invited to attend.
The Township is one of a handful of municipalities that is debt free. In this regard, please rest assured that your governing body realizes the importance of limiting spending while, at the same time, maintaining the highest level of service to all its residents.
Very Truly Yours,
Thomas "Ace" Gallagher, Mayor
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NORTH HAVEN - More than 100 Quinnipiac University students were inducted into Alpha Eta, the national honor society for the allied health professions, during a March 3 ceremony on the North Haven Campus.
“These inductees represent the best of the best, being recognized for their academic achievement, capacity for leadership and promise of contributions they will make to their professions from some of the most competitive programs across the university,” said Janelle Chiasera, dean of the School of Health Sciences.
The inductees are:
Pathologists’ Assistant: Kathleen Arimado, Ansonia; Erika Figueroa, Milford, Mass.; Elaine Hunter, Brighton, Utah; Kara Roskoff, Syracuse, N.Y.; and Shauna Talbot of Allison Park, Penn.
Physical Therapy, Graduate Program: Brittni Balletto, Wayne, N.J.; Kayla Criscenzo, Midland Park, N.J.; Rachel Crosby, Sandy Hook; Alyssa Demeule, Merric, Mass.; Megan Futterman, Glenmont, N.Y.; Morgan Gelfand, Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.; Rebecca Infosino, East Windsor, N.J.; Morgan Jonas, Bedford, N.H.; Corrine Palumbo, Sagamore Beach, Mass.; and Taylor Pizzimenti, Islip, N.Y.
Health Science Studies/Physical Therapy, Undergraduate: Gabrielle Berthiaume, East Longmeadow, Mass.; Anna Charisse, Acton, Mass.; Abigail Coughlin, Wakefield, Mass.; Keirsten Dunn, East Hanover, N.J.; Lauren Fletcher, Hanover Township, Penn.; Marissa Frasier, Burlington, Mass.; Matthew Hom, Framingham, Mass.; Reema Kumrah, Ringwood, N.J.; Sara Langevin, Warwick, R.I; Gabriella Moreira, Rohoboth, Mass.; Margaret Nardelli, Chepachet, R.I.; Erin Owens, Hasbrouck Heights, N.J.; Emily Plichta, Downington, Penn.; Sean Rafferty, Westerly, R.I.; Samantha Richer, Fairfield; and Maya Schwenderman, Plymouth Meeting, Penn..
Biomedical Sciences/Microbiology & Immunology: Emily Beltz, Wallingford.
Biomedical Sciences Undergraduate: James Campanella, Scarsdale, N.Y.; Jenna Haviland, Wall Township, N.J.; Jesse Li, East Haven; and Vincent Pedulla, Monroe Township, N.J.
Entry-Level Master’s Physician Assistant: April Alver, South Windsor; Jacqueline Callinan, Huntington, N.Y.; Olivia Esposito, Ronkonkoma, N.Y.; Nicole Horn, Massapequa Park, N.Y.; Zeel Patel, Meriden; and Katie Rogers, North Haven.
Social Work: Rachel Moore, New Haven; Pedro Silva, Wolcott; Amber Stevenson, Hamden; Brittney White, Meriden; and Carrie Zeng, North Haven.
Occupational Therapy Doctorate: Colleen Conway, Tinton Falls, N.J.; Caitlin Lehane, Killingworth; and Valerie Sobol, Brick, N.J.
Master of Occupational Therapy: Jenna Coppola, Staten Island, N.Y.; Jacqueline Decrescenzo, Stratford; Michelle Galdi, Park Ridge, N.J.; Amanda Gold, East Brunswick, N.J.; Emma Kilgallon, Fairfield; Megan Leonard, Somers; Morgan Miller, Reading, Mass.; Caitlyn Pawlek, Milltown, N.J.; Sophia Porcelli, Matawan, N.J.; Melanie Quint, North Andover, Mass.; Kathryn Rich, Smithfield, R.I.; and Peyton Robb, Long Valley, N.J.
Health Science Studies: Eda Ahiskalioglu, Meriden; Ekaterina Antonopoulos, Roslyn Heights, N.Y.; Daniel Blais, Broad Brook; Emma Bonica, Massapequa, N.Y.; Julianna Cappello, Mohegan Lake, N.Y.; Kevin Carballo, Manorville, N.Y.; Jillian Casey, Horseheads, N.Y.; Evan Chen, East Brookfield, Mass.; Catherine Chmura, Ludlow, Mass.; Ellie Chabot, Warren, R.I., Julia DePalma, Brewster, Mass.; Sarah Dusse, Baldwinsville, N.Y.; Kelly Frier, Middlefield; Anne Habeck, Danbury; Gianna Houle, Wolcott; Amy Jespersen, Bridgeton, N.J.; Madeline Johnson, Somerset, Mass.; Oveen Joseph, Staten Island, N.Y.; Claire Koscielski, Indianapolis, Ind.; Lydia Lewis, Mansfield, Tex.; Stephanie Mahon, North Branford; Hema Medhat, Branford; Aislinn Milner, Windham, N.H.; Patrick Rymsza, New City, N.Y.; Jeremiah Schurman, Bethany; Isabella Silva, Stamford; Kevin Surace, Nanuet, N.Y.; Makenna Vernon, Clarksville, Tenn.; Abigail Wendehack, Berlin; and Juliana Yepes-Hoyos, Lake George, N.Y.
Health Science Studies Online: Nicole Cyr, Kensington; Allison Infurchia, Milford; and Keira Ribaudo, Congers, N.Y.
Athletic Training: Lillian Becker, Elizabethtown, Penn.; Jenna Dolce, West Caldwell, N.J.; Alexandra Morris, East Windsor, N.J.; Megan O’Neill, Honesdale, Penn.; Mike Pitonza, Hicksville, N.Y.; and Kaitlyn Regan, Highland Mills, N.Y.
Advance Medical Imaging and Leadership: Jordan Bradley, Downington, Penn.
Radiologic Sciences: Jordan Tupay, Killingworth.
To be eligible for induction, undergraduate students must have a grade-point average of 3.5 or higher and graduate students must have a GPA of 3.8 or higher and be in the top 20 percent of the graduating class. All inductees must show a capacity for leadership and achievement, show promise for their profession and be recommended by a faculty member or dean.
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Join the Grand Opening March 18-19, and Secure the Lowest Construction Pricing for Memorialization During Open House WeekendCatholic Cemeteries - Archdiocese of Newark, Brand Partner|Updated Mon, Mar 6, 2023 at 2:00 pm ETThis is a paid post contributed by a Patch Community Partner. The views expressed in this post are the author's own, and the information presented has not been verified by P...
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The death of a loved one is one of the most challenging experiences anyone can face. It is a time of immense grief and confusion, and the burden of making final arrangements can add to the stress.
Preplanning burial or cremation arrangements for oneself or a loved one may seem difficult. However, it is a responsible and loving gesture that offers invaluable peace of mind. It allows family members to honor and celebrate the life of their departed loved one, knowing that their wishes are being carried out as pre-arranged.
"A time of loss is a time of confusion, and final arrangements do not have to add to the uncertainty," says Andrew Schafer, Executive Director of Catholic Cemeteries of the Archdiocese of Newark. "We reach out regularly to families to inform them about the valuable benefits of preplanning."
Grieving families often attest to the appreciable difference of pre-set arrangements in easing their time of loss, adds Schafer, emphasizing that preplanning is the key to reducing this burden.
Attend the Grand Opening of the New Chapel Mausoleum of the Resurrection
Gate of Heaven Cemetery and Mausoleum in East Hanover, New Jersey, offers a chance to experience the benefits of preplanning during an Open House weekend on Saturday, March 18, and Sunday, March 19, from 8:30 am-4:30 pm. The cemetery has a magnificent new Chapel Mausoleum of the Resurrection featuring marble crypts, glass cremation niches, and a new, beautiful, two-story mosaic of the Resurrected Christ.
Professional planning advisers will be available to share information about burial and cremation options, memorialization, and financial planning. Many payment options are available with the lowest pre-construction pricing. However, space is limited, and appointments are unnecessary.
It is recommended that visitors fill out and submit the form at the link below to ensure that the Memorial Planning Advisors can better understand visitors' concerns and needs. The online form is available here: https://www.rcancem.org/open-house-weekend-gate-of-heaven. Prices will increase on March 20, 2023, so there has never been a better time to protect your family's heritage.
Preplanning is vital to ensuring that the burden of final arrangements does not add to the stress and confusion of grieving families. The Open House weekend at Gate of Heaven Cemetery and Mausoleum offers an opportunity to experience the benefits of preplanning and make the best interment and financial options without stress.
Gate of Heaven Cemetery and Mausoleum is at 225 Ridgedale Avenue, East Hanover, Morris County, New Jersey. To learn more, see videos and photos at www.GateofHeavenCemetery.org or email [email protected].
Review the entire Open House schedule at our locations and mark your calendar:
March 18 & 19: Gate of Heaven Cemetery & Mausoleum, 225 Ridgedale Ave., East Hanover, N.J. 07936, (888) 459-0746. Price increase scheduled for March 20. www.gateofheavencemetery.org.
April 1 & 2: Maryrest Cemetery & Mausoleum, 770 Darlington Ave., Mahwah, NJ 07430, (888) 489-9095. Price increase scheduled for April 3. www.maryrestcemetery.org.
April 1 & 2: Christ The King Cemetery, 980 Huron Road, Franklin Lakes, NJ 07417,
(888) 802-2933. Price increase scheduled for April 3. www.christthekingcemetery.org.
April 15 & 16: Holy Cross Cemetery & Mausoleum, 340 Ridge Rd., North Arlington, NJ 07031, (888) 467-8903. Price increase scheduled for April 17. www.holycross-cemetery.org.
April 29 & 30: St. Gertrude Cemetery & Mausoleum, 53 Inman Ave., Colonia, NJ 07067,
(888) 444-2791. Price increase scheduled for May 1. www.saintgertrudecemetery.org.
May 20 & 21: Holy Name Cemetery & Mausoleum, 823 West Side Ave., Jersey City, N.J. 07306, (888) 621-0337. Price increase scheduled for May 22. www.holynamecemetery.org.
About Catholic Cemeteries
Catholic Cemeteries, a ministry of the Archdiocese of Newark that has been serving Catholic families for more than 160 years, addresses the needs of individuals and families before, at the time of, and after death. The works of this ministry include caring assistance with cemetery preplanning, compassionate support at the time of death, facilitating a loved one's interment in a holy place, support throughout bereavement, and perpetual cemetery care. To learn more, go to www.rcancem.org.
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If you didn’t know that Harrison High School had an Athletics Hall of Fame, don’t feel too bad, several others within the town didn’t either.But after being dormant for nearly three decades, the Harrison High School Athletics Hall of Fame is back. On May 4,Harrison will be presenting its first ceremony in 29 years when it welcomes a new class of inductees in an event that will be held at the Hanover Manor in East Hanover.“A lot of people didn’t know it existed,” Harrison athletic director Sea...
If you didn’t know that Harrison High School had an Athletics Hall of Fame, don’t feel too bad, several others within the town didn’t either.
But after being dormant for nearly three decades, the Harrison High School Athletics Hall of Fame is back. On May 4,Harrison will be presenting its first ceremony in 29 years when it welcomes a new class of inductees in an event that will be held at the Hanover Manor in East Hanover.
“A lot of people didn’t know it existed,” Harrison athletic director Sean Dolaghan said with a laugh. “Everyone’s been excited to bring it back and was thrilled. We haven’t had it in about 30 years and there’s so many great athletes that haven’t been inducted. People couldn’t believe some of the ones being inducted (this year) hadn’t already been inducted.
“We have a very special class this year going into the Hall of Fame. There are so many great Harrison athletes that aren’t in yet, but the committee and myself thought this group had to get in right away.”
Headlining the class of seven athletes, two coaches and one team is former New York Jets quarterback Ray Lucas (Boys Basketball, Football), a two-sport star at Harrison and currently the head football coach. Lucas and fellow 2023 inductee Jody Hill (Girls Basketball) were the first man and woman to score 2,000 points in their high school careers in Blue Tide history.
Others to be inducted in the May 4 ceremony are three-sport standout Krissy Kutt (Girls Basketball, Girls Soccer, Softball), Michael Landy Sr. (Baseball), John “Jackie” Thompson (Boys Soccer), Alice Burgos (Girls Basketball, Girls Soccer, Softball) and Cristhian Acuna (Boys Soccer). Current Harrison boys soccer coach Mike Rusek as well as former boys basketball and girls soccer coach Phil Kutt are also being inducted. The 2002 Harrison boys soccer team, which went 25-0-1, won the Group 2 championship and was named the No. 1 ranked team in New Jersey by The Star-Ledger will also be honored.
“People are reaching out from all over. The community of Harrison is excellent, it’s like no other really,” said Dolaghan. “Harrison roots are strong and when people heard about who was being inducted into the Hall of Fame, they started calling.”
As a Harrison native, Dolaghan can relate. Among his childhood memories are watching some of the Blue Tide greats who were a part of this Hall of Fame class.
“My wife and I both grew up watching Jody do some special things on the basketball court,” Dolaghan said. “My brothers and I loved watching Ray play not only football, but especially loved going to the gym on Friday nights to watch him play basketball.”
Since taking over as athletic director this past summer, one of Dolaghan’s priorities has been creating awareness of Harrison’s history of his success over the years. One of the first things was re-establishing the Hall of Fame.
After getting approval from the Board of Education’s Dr. Maureen Kroog, Dr. James Doran and Daniel Choffo; Dolaghan went about forming a Hall of Fame committee. The committee is composed of himself, Arthur Pettigrew, Alan Doffont, Kevin Barber, Jack Rodgers, Angel Lombardi, Mike Landy, Peter Marion, Brian Toal, Mike Rusek, Mike Rusek Sr., Pedro Martinez, Mike Dolaghan and Joe Healy. Mike Dolaghan in particular, is one who Sean credits for making this event possible.
According to Sean Dolaghan, the first committee meeting to set up the event took place in September. After going 29 years without any inductees, the toughest part was narrowing the list down to 10 inductees.
For that reason, Dolaghan promises that the Hall of Fame will become a yearly event again for the foreseeable future.
“We have so many athletes that aren’t getting in right now. The hardest part is that we have so many phenomenal athletes that have played in the last 30 years at Harrison that aren’t in and it’s tough. Everyone’s going to get in, but some are going to have to be patient. We had 20 people that could have been in this class, that’s how strong it is. We have so many athletes and teams and coaches that this could go on for a long time.”
NEW JERSEY - If you're looking for new clothes and looking for a great price, you might wonder where the best thrift shops are in New Jersey. There are a variety of New Jersey thrift shops that accept donations. These shops have a great collection of clothing for affordable prices and a selection of toys and home decor.Then and Now Classics in HawthorneThen and Now Classic is an interesting place for anyone who loves collectibles. The store has floor-to-ceiling displays of old items. However, the store is dis...
NEW JERSEY - If you're looking for new clothes and looking for a great price, you might wonder where the best thrift shops are in New Jersey. There are a variety of New Jersey thrift shops that accept donations. These shops have a great collection of clothing for affordable prices and a selection of toys and home decor.
Then and Now Classic is an interesting place for anyone who loves collectibles. The store has floor-to-ceiling displays of old items. However, the store is disorganized and requires much time to peruse. Luckily, there's plenty of parking in the back of the store. Located behind the Hawthorne fire station, it's easy to find.
Nearly New thrift shops in Princeton, NJ, are a great place to find unique items at great prices. You can find various items from clothing to home goods to furniture. These stores also accept consignments. For hours and location information, visit Nearly New's website. Nearly New Shop is a locally owned and operated store selling new and used items at affordable prices. It is a favorite of Shop Princeton. The knowledgeable staff can analyze your running gait to find the perfect sneaker. The store also has a modern kids' lifestyle line and a large selection of young men's and women's apparel.
Cottontails Children's Consignment is a great place to find gently used clothes for your kids. Clothing in sizes from newborn to size 16 is accepted, along with toys, household items, furniture, and sports equipment. The consignment stores also accept jewelry, books, and DVDs for children. They also accept in-season clothing. To consign your clothing, simply bring it to the consignor drop-off door at the back of the building. When selling your used clothing, remember that the condition of the items is important. The clothing must be in good condition, current, and in season. Non-clothing items are also accepted. Contact the store's social media page to donate a specific item to learn about their acceptance policies. In addition, you can donate musical instruments, bicycles, and other items.
Twice Is Nice is a consignment shop in East Hanover, NJ. The store offers a variety of clothing and other items for children. You can drop off clothing, toys, and more during their drop-off hours. Besides clothing, Twice Is Nice also accepts children's accessories, books, toys, sporting equipment, and furniture. You can consign in-season and current clothing, such as summer and fall fashions. You can bring your items to the consignor drop-off door at the back of the store.
The Arc Makes Cents Thrift Store in Ventnor City, NJ, is great for finding unique and affordable items. It is located at 6409 Ventnor Ave. You can find more information about the hours and location of the store by clicking on the map below. The Arc Ventnor Shop is a nonprofit thrift store that accepts donations and purchases for a good cause. All proceeds benefit programs run by the organization. It has been operating since 1996. Its mission is to provide a better life for people with disabilities and their families.
Written By William Zimmerman IV - Editor and Writer for The East Coast Traveler
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