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By BRENDA A. NEMCEKMay 26, 2017
WARREN, NJ - Some 20 Watchung Hills Class of 2017 Warriors who will be continuing their athletic careers at the collegiate level were recognized on Thursday at the school.
Joined by friends and family members as well as some of their coaches and WHRHS Director of Athletics Chris Van Vliet, the students gathered in the Media Center after ...
By TAPINTO WARREN STAFFMay 25, 2017
SOMERSET COUNTY, NJ - The National Weather Service in Mount Holly has issued a Flood Warning for our area.
At 10:25 P.M. area basins were rising in response to the heavy rain that fell earlier this evening. The Neshanic River at Reaville has risen above flood stage to 7.2 feet, the service said.
Turn around, don't drown when ...
By MARY ANN MCGANNMay 25, 2017
TRENTON, NJ - After weeks of painstaking research, writing and practice, twelve 7th grade legal eagles from Warren Middle School presented two award-winning mock trial cases in front of a presiding judge and an audience of more than 200 people on May 18.
As part of the New Jersey State Bar Foundation’s Law Adventure program, the students with E2 teacher Susan Cooper had previously ...
By TAPINTO STAFFMay 25, 2017
NORTH PLAINFIELD, NJ - A four-count indictment has been returned against a North Plainfield man by a Union County grand jury in connection with a gang-related fatal shooting that took place in Plainfield in 2011, acting Union County Prosecutor Grace H. Park announced Thursday.
Jose Romero-Aguirre, a.k.a. “Coñejo,” 31, a North Plainfield ...
By LOU MONACOMay 25, 2017
BEDMINSTER, NJ - The 50-day countdown to the 72nd annual, $5-million-dollar U.S. Women’s Open Championship at Trump National Golf Club’s (Old Course) in Bedminster, New Jersey has started.
USGA Executive Director/CEO Mike Davis, USGA President Diana M. Murphy, Director of U.S. Women’s Open Championship Shannon Rouillard, and Executive Vice President of the Trump Organization ...
By CATHY GOETZMay 25, 2017
BELMAR, NJ — With Superstorm Sandy fading back in its rearview mirror, Belmar is looking ahead to a summer marked by the return of two iconic boardwalk landmarks lost in that epic storm five years ago.
While the Taylor Pavilion at Fifth Avenue opened earlier this month with a flurry of fanfare, the Rowland Pavilion at 10th Avenue is expected to be ready for operation several weeks after ...