BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Bonnie Burn Road has been closed temporarily so Public Works crews may plow, de-ice and salt the road. Closure expected to last about 2 hours.
Bonnie Burn Road Temporarily Closed For Plowing And De-Icing
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By TAPINTO BERKELEY HEIGHTS STAFFNovember 22, 2017
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - One of the best-loved traditions at Christmas time is the PBA's Police Santa program.
One Dec. 10, Santa will be patrolling with the Berkeley Heights Police Department and will bring a present to your child -- if you register.
To arrange for a present delivery, register by Nov. 24 by clicking here and follow instructions.
After registering, drop ...
By BOBBIE PEERNovember 22, 2017
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Although "bling" can't cure cancer, it does bring happiness and make women feel beautiful.
Christine Ferdinand, owner of Ferdinand Jewelers in New Providence, created Operation Bling Foundation from her desire to lift the spirit of a friend who was battling ovarian cancer. She went to visit her friend in the hospital after hearing of her ...
Berkeley Heights Council Adopts Ordinance Approving Purchase of Plainfield Avenue Property by Township, Sale Of Library Property to Church
By BARBARA RYBOLTNovember 22, 2017
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ – The township moved one step closer to becoming owners of the Church of the Little Flower's Roosevelt Avenue property at Tuesday night’s council meeting.
The council, by a vote of 4-0, adopted the ordinance approving the purchase of property at 110 Roosevelt Avenue from the Church of the Little Flower and sale of the township library, at 290 Plainfield ...
By NEAL BUCCINO - RUTGERS TODAYNovember 22, 2017
More than 20 leaders at Rutgers University, including Rutgers University–New Brunswick Chancellor Deba Dutta, will join Governor-elect Philip D. Murphy’s Transition2018 committees to undertake policy analysis and recommendations on a host of state issues and new initiatives as the new gubernatorial administration prepares to take office.
The committees, comprised of policy experts ...
By DOREEN LADINSKINovember 21, 2017
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Over seventy Interact Club students from Governor Livingston High School made 1,300 sandwiches to help feed the needy on November 21. Students gathered in the school cafeteria to make well over 1,000 peanut butter and jelly and cold cut sandwiches, all of which were donated to the Market Street Mission in Morristown.
"This is a great event that the students look ...
By GAIL NELSONNovember 21, 2017
Berkeley Heights ornaments are back!
Township resident Lucinda Hayes, this year’s winner of the Downtown Beautification Committee’s (DBC) ornament design contest, has created a beautiful image of the Municipal Building for the 2017 commemorative ornament. The cost of each ornament is $10.
Ornaments are currently available for purchase at Berkeley Hardware and Halls Garden Center ...
By BARBARA RYBOLTNovember 21, 2017
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Parties are always a lot of fun and it’s especially true when My Gym holds a party for itself.
On Sunday, scores of parents brought their children to My Gym’s First Anniversary Celebration at its New Providence location, 1330 Springfield Ave. Inside they found the type of environment children dream of – ladders and structures to climb into, around, over ...