This young adult unaltered male, weighing 75-80 pounds, was found the morning of Jan. 25 in Westfield at Tamaques Park. Owners should contact Animal Control at 908-310-1452.
Dog Found in Westfield's Tamaques Park Jan. 25
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By TAPINTO.NET STAFFOctober 24, 2016
EDISON, NJ — Sydney Racine of Piscataway and David Ezra Flatau Jones of Scotch Plains, sixth grade students at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, work on a unit of metric measurements in science class. The students felt like "real scientists" using graduated cylinders and pipettes to measure out a rainbow of colored water in test tubes.
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WESTFIELD, NJ — Local band The Nerds headlined the Holy Trinity School of Westfield and Mountainside’s fall festival celebrating the school's 100 year anniversary Saturday, Oct. 22, at the school’s Mountainside campus.
Despite the rainy weather, students and members of the school community attended the festival, which had carnival games, crafts and food ...
CRANFORD, NJ - Rain did not stop the crowd who came out to walk and support the 2016 Red Ribbon Drug Prevention Walk on Saturday morning at Nomahegan Park in Cranford.
Families, friends and even a few dogs walked in support of drug prevention and New Jersey’s first public recovery high school. The Raymond Lesniak Recovery High School and Prevention Links are working to expand their ...
DENVILLE, NJ — A man who was hit by a car as he crossed Route 46, despite signs warning against doing so, got more than minor injuries; he also got a ticket, police said.
The man, whose name was not released, was struck by a car at about 7 p.m. on Oct. 20, police said. The incident took place near the Route 46 intersection with Franklin Road.
"The investigation revealed ...
EDISON, NJ — The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison held its annual Alumni Awards Ceremony and Reception at the conclusion of Fall Fair and Homecoming Day on Oct. 15.
The Distinguished Faculty Award was presented posthumously to William P. Kenny, Sr., a beloved teacher, coach, administrator and mentor who worked at Wardlaw Country Day School and W-H from 1970-1981. Adam Kenny of ...
Straight Talk: Investment Banker Candace Straight Talks about Women on Wall Street and Her New Movie 'EQUITY'
UNION, NJ - Women from all walks of life joined together to hear Candace Straight give an insider’s view on the making of the recently released movie, "Equity," and learn from her years of experience as a businesswoman, leader and entrepreneur on Wednesday, Oct. 19. The meeting, held at Maplecrest Ford Lincoln of Union, was a collaboration between Mustang ...
WESTFIELD, NJ — The Mindowaskin Pond dredging project moves along as the park’s pond is deepened, Westfield Town Administrator Jim Gildea told the town council during its conference meeting Tuesday night.
As of now, the pond is empty of water and sediment removed from inside has been moved to one side. Soon, the sediment will be moved to a separate area of ...
WESTFIELD, NJ — It was a cold, rainy Saturday, but that didn’t stop Franklin Elementary School from celebrating its annual Great Pumpkin Fair this weekend.
The fair, which ran from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Oct. 22, has been a Franklin Elementary School tradition for more than 40 years. The school’s Parent Teacher Organization starts planning for the event each August.
WESTFIELD, NJ — The Westfield High School Boys Varsity held off scoring by Immacualta until the fourth quarter of the game to defeat them 35-13 Saturday, extending their state-best win streak to 20 games.
The Blue Devil’s first touchdowns came in the second quarter, with a 10-yard run by Mike Moriarty for a touchdown, followed by a 10-yard pass from Philip Martini to Moriarty for a ...
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