The South Plainfield Elks presented the SPHS Football team with $1000 check which will go towards purchasing a new tackling sled. Pictured in front are Sharon Reuter, Youth Activities Co-Chairman, Exalted Ruler Irene Polanco and Bill Reuter, Youth Activities Co-Chairman; pictured in back are football Co-Captains Kyle Dickerson, Johnny Chillemi and Brian Schillaci along with Coach Gary Cassio.
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Bye-Bye, Bowcraft; Scotch Plains Planning Board Unanimously Approves Redevelopment Plan at Mon, Sept. 26 Meeting
By JOHN MOONEYSeptember 29, 2016
SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ -- After hearing nearly four hours of testimony, the Scotch Plains Planning Board on Monday evening unanimously approved a plan submitted by Bowcraft and ATA Developers to that will redevelop the amusement park into a complex of 200 apartments and townhouses.
The 13-acre complex, located on Route 22 West in Scotch Plains will consist of 190 apartments, 10 townhomes, a ...
SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – Alex Barletta announced Monday evening that the Sept. 26 South Plainfield Borough Council meeting would be his last. Barletta, a councilman for the borough since 2011, and his family will be relocating to Lavallette, NJ at week’s end. The move will enable Barletta to be closer to his father and sister who reside in Manchester and Brick, ...
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October is the prime time to attend fall festivals within the North Jersey area. The weather is still warm to enjoy the outdoors with your entire family. Throughout the first weekend of October, you can travel across the state to attend events that celebrate the harvest season.
One of the more unique cultural experiences occurs every ...
The South Plainfield Democratic Candidates for Borough Council, Gary Vesce and Jon Dean, this week talked about the great need to focus on planned improvements to South Plainfield’s infrastructure – from road repairs to improvements to address the exploding traffic issue.
Gary Vesce stated, “As Jon and I continue to walk door-to-door, residents are quite concerned with the ...
SUMMIT, NJ - As the director of the Summit Library, Susan Permahos had a problem keeping track of all the events community organizations were holding. Then along came TAPinto CEO Michael Shapiro.
TAPinto offered to develop a community calendar, free of charge for the City of Summit, called Summit Today. Those efforts were recognized on Tuesday night when the Libraries of Union ...
GOP Candidates proven record of stable tax rates, investments in roads and public works and coordination with businesses fosters a bright future for economic development
SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ--- Councilman Ray Rusnak and council candidate Stephanie Bartfalvi look forward to attracting even more businesses and the jobs they create to South Plainfield. This year, the grand opening of ...
SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – The South Plainfield Board of Education, at a public meeting held Sept. 21, voted 9-0 in favor of submitting a list of proposed projects to the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) for a possible bond referendum. South Plainfield’s proposal includes over 50 improvements and repair projects for most academic buildings as well as Jost Field, including a ...
SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ - As summer fades into fall it is time to help lawns recover from summer stress and prepare for the winter ahead.
Continue to mow your lawn as long as it continues to grow. Grow cool season grasses like bluegrass, fescue and ryegrass 2-1/2 to 3-1/2 inches tall. Warm season grasses like bermudagrass, carpetgrass, centipedegrass and zoysia should be grown at ...
SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ - South Plainfield Boys’ soccer team extended their win streak to six games Tuesday afternoon in dominating fashion defeating Colonia by a score of 4-1.
Colonia (1-7) never seemed to get anything going against the Tigers (7-2). The Patriots scored a goal in the first half to keep the game close and interesting, but the Tigers pulled away in the second half after ...
SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – South Plainfield senior Caity Hughes score three goals and line-mate Nicole Zultowski added to others to lead the South Plainfield Tigers to a 5-1 victory over East Brunswick. The victory extends the Tigers winning streak to nine games. South Plainfield’s Zultowski, Quinn Milane and Haley Olsen each added an assist.
Kayla Reardon scored East Brunswick’s ...