WARREN, NJ- Police advise to expect delays on Washington Rock Rd. Tuesday, April 29 between the hours of 9 a.m. and noon due to construction. Detours will be posted.
Delays and Detours On Washington Rock Road, Tuesday, April 29
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By TAPINTO WARREN STAFFDecember 12, 2017
WARREN, NJ - Two separate crashes are tying up I-78 in Warren on Tuesday morning. Both occurred between exits 36 and 40 on the westbound side of Route 78.
First responders are arriving in the scene at 7 a.m. Expect delays in both directions.
By TAPINTOWARREN STAFFDecember 11, 2017
PLAINFIELD, NJ — Janet Dillon, who has led efforts to find Billy Hannam, a 2008 graduate of Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School, reports that he has been found.
Hannam had been missing since Friday, Dec.1. Dillon, with whom Hannam lives in Plainfield, posted on Facebook today.
Billy has been found and he is safe. That is all the info I can share at this ...
By BRENDA A. NEMCEKDecember 11, 2017
WARREN, NJ - Six players on the Watchung Hills girls soccer team have been chosen to the 2017 All-Skyland Conference Raritan Division teams.
Jessica Carrieri, Kaylee Donnelly,
Kelly Fitzgerald, and Lindsay Wolf, were selected to the first team All-Skyland Conference Raritan Division for the Warriors. Gianna Alfano, and Chloe Ferreira were named to the ...
By LILLIAN SHUPEDecember 11, 2017
A bill that would remove the law enforcement powers of the New Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (NJSPCA) will be up for a vote on Dec. 14 before the state Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee.
Bill S3558, sponsored by Senator Ray Lesniak, Democrat from Union County, would call for the creation of a county prosecutor animal cruelty task force in each county, and for ...
By TAPINTO NORTH PLAINFIELD STAFFDecember 11, 2017
TRENTON, NJ - The North Plainfield Public School District has paid a former employee $35,000 to resolve allegations it engaged in disability-based discrimination by firing her for “job abandonment” after she missed the last three weeks of a school year due to gallbladder surgery, attorney General Christopher S. Porrino and the Division on Civil Rights announced ...
By KATHY CRYANDecember 10, 2017
UNION, NJ – New Jersey Transit reports the Raritan Valley Line trains will resume regular weekday service between Cranford and Newark and High Bridge and Raritan on Monday. Train service was suspended over the weekend after the freight train derailment in Union on Friday afternoon.
According to their website, NJ Transit says customers may experience possible ...
By JENNIFER DERICKSDecember 10, 2017
SPARTA, NJ – A large crowd filled the Sparta High School media center on Wednesday to hear a panel discussion about school consolidation. More than 150 people attended the event sponsored by New Jersey School Boards’ Association, according to Ray Pinney, Director of Member Engagement.
The through discussion of topic hit both sides of the issue. “Some say it is a ...