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By ANIMAL INITIATIVE COMMITTEE OF PLAINFIELDDecember 17, 2017
The City of Plainfield has worked hard to change the negative image that has followed Plainfield for decades. Despite a beautiful housing stock, diverse population, and active business district, with the reelection of Mayor Mapp in November 2017 a series of reckless, one-sided and arrogant decisions were made.
Among the three most recent, and divisive, decisions pushed through against the will ...
By TAPINTO GREEN BROOK STAFFDecember 17, 2017
GREEN BROOK, NJ - A car fire on Green Brook Road has slowed traffic on Route 22 east on Sunday afternoon. Avoid the area if possible.
By BRENDA A. NEMCEKDecember 17, 2017
WARREN, NJ - A power outage has been reported in Greenwood Meadows on Sunday morning in the area of the Briarwood Drive east and west intersection. JCP&L is investigating, according to its website.
“No power here at Christmas In Warren. Called the north pole, they are sending some elves here to fix the lights for tonight,” Jack Klingert ...
By AMERICAN RED CROSSDecember 17, 2017
PRINCETON, NJ — After responding to a string of historic disasters, the American Red Cross is appealing to the public to “Give Something That Means Something” this holiday season. Throughout the Holiday Giving Season, donors can help bring hope and relief to children, families and communities that need it most with their holiday shopping.
Beginning in late August, ...
WHRHS Wrestling: Watchung Hills Team Takes Second in Season Opening Tournament, Three Warriors Place First
By TAPINTO WARREN STAFFDecember 17, 2017
DENVILLE, NJ - Seton Hall outlasted Watchung Hills (188.5), South Plainfield (185), and Jefferson (178) to win its first ever Morris Hills wrestling tournament on Saturday with 205 points. Watchung Hills was led by champions Jake Stasil (145), Rob Saum (160) and Justin Hayward (182).
By MARY ANN MCGANNDecember 16, 2017
WARREN, NJ - Whether collecting coats and other warm winter attire, canned goods for area food banks or gifts to make a child’s holiday wish come true, Warren Township Schools and its student service clubs continue a rich tradition of giving this season.
Central School staffers, led by teacher Christina DeShields, participated in “Gifts for the Season” for the ...
By BRENDA A. NEMCEKDecember 16, 2017
BERNARDS TWP., NJ - Watchung Hills took an early lead and never trailed going on to defeat Pingry for the Warriors’ boys first basketball win of the season on Saturday, 58-38.
Dan Pilsbury and Steven Bressler led the Warriors with 11 points each. Gavin DeFuria added 10, Michael Bressler chipped in nine, Mike Hopwood added eight, Lucas Stasil five and freshman Chad Martini four ...