Welcome Hazlet Committeewoman Sue Kiley

Video and article about Sue Kiley's race for Hazlet Township committee. Learn how social media and Facebook helped her take the election with a substantial margin. Hazlet News supported Sue during her campaign.

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Get Out And Vote On Nov. 4th – Sue Kiley HN’s Pick For Committee

HAZLET RESIDENTS GET OUT AND VOTE Editorial by Len Rapoport, Editor-In-Chief and Publisher of the Hazlet News, IMPress Magazine and President International Press Association I was not familiar with the name Kevin Lavan and understand he was a past mayor of Hazlet. Since he is running for Hazlet Township committee against Sue Kiley, who the Hazlet News endorses, I wanted …

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Fall Clean-Up – Planting Bulbs For Spring Color

My Tulips Spring 2014 If you are like me you have been out in your garden for the past month doing your Fall Clean-Up.  In September, I did my Fall fertilization, treated the lawn with Sevin to kill the moths that become sod web worms that would destroy next years grass production, and started to remove and/or cut back any …

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Hazlet Day Festival 2014 – Hazlet News Honors Our Troops

On September 27th, 2014 we attended the Hazlet Day Celebration and formally inaugurated our newest online publication the Hazlet News. The goal of the Hazlet News is to help our community to maintain their homes and our town.   By publishing informative articles, videos and photos we can offer the residents a great source of information that would be difficult …

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4 Most Common Reasons Why You Can’t Maintain Your Lawn

There are 4 basic reasons people don’t perform the proper maintenance on their lawns and they are Knowledge, Desire, Cost and Time.  So lets take a look at these reasons and see if they are really valid. 1. Knowledge…Sure not knowing what to do or how can be a big stumbling block for many.  Those that don’t have access to …

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3 Days, 3 Hospitals, I Am Alive, Find Out Which Was Best

How It All Started It all started when I decided to help my neighbor across the street. You can read my article about neighbors helping neighbors.  This young couple purchased the house and thought they could flip it and make some money, they had done some others and lost on some and made on the others, but this one was …

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Fall Is The Best Time To Reseed And Restore Lawns

Well, it is about time. The hot weather of summer is over and it is beginning to cool down in preparation for Fall.  As you walk around your garden and look at your lawn you see that some spots didn’t do so well during the heat of the summer.  There may be some brown spots with dead grass or weeds …

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Now Is The Time For Insect Control-Sod Webworms

Summer is known for a lot of things–picnics, fireworks, trips to the beach or pool, and moths flying over your stressed-out lawn. Have you ever seen those small, tan moths flying across your lawn as you mow or venture out into your grass? These small moths aren’t a problem, but their offspring are. These moths are the adult form of …

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Beautiful Homes – Long Beach Island, NJ

Living in Hazlet for so many years, we always wanted to see what LBI looked like and Sunday the last day of August with a long holiday week-end was the perfect time and weather to take the one hour drive down.  The drive was an easy one, we got onto the Garden State Parkway South at 117 and exited at …

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Beneficial Insects In Your Garden

This article shows you which are some of the beneficial insects in your garden and some you should avoid. Three videos included in this article. See how the tomato hornworm becomes the host for a beneficial insect.

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15 Fall Projects that Take Only 15 Minutes

15 Fall Projects that Take Only 15 Minutes Fall is always a busy time.  So busy that it’s tempting to forget about the yard until spring. Problem is, if you wait until spring, your yard just doesn’t have the get-up-and-grow you expect. If you have 15 minutes here and there throughout the fall, here are 15 easy things you can …

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The Best Time to Seed and Feed? Fall

Why Fall Is the Best Time to Seed and Feed Think about what fall brings, besides football. You get cooler temperatures. More dew and rain. And plenty of sunshine. The soil is still warm enough to germinate seeds, but the cool air invites grass to grow a strong root system. That’s why fall is the best time for seeding and …

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Revive Your Lawn By Reseeding

Reseeding Your Lawn Is your lawn looking thin and brown and does it have bare spots where the weeds died? Well Scotts can help you get back to the thick, lush, green lawn you’ve always wanted and all you need to do is reseed? If you put down a layer of seed over your lawn in the spring or fall, …

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Don’t Bag Your Lawn Clippings

It’s a question we all face when mowing: Should I bag my clippings or leave them on the lawn? In most cases, the answer is easy: Leave the clippings on the lawn! Leaving the clippings will save you time and energy, and it will return valuable nutrients to the lawn. Like Free Fertilizer The most important thing you can do …

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