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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By TAPINTO TRAVELS LOCALEMay 27, 2017
LONG BEACH ISLAND – It is hard to believe but the unofficial start to the summer season is upon us. Memorial Day weekend kicks off with a lot of opportunities for entertainment and nightlife.
The following is this weekend’s rundown. Remember to be safe and use Uber or Lyft while out in the evenings.
Arlington, 1302 Long Beach Boulevard, Ship Bottom
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By VICTORIA CARUSOMay 27, 2017
SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – At a May 17 meeting, the South Plainfield Board of Education officially made several administrative appointments. Among those unanimously approved by the board are Patrick Sarullo as principal of Grant School, Robert Redmon as assistant principal of South Plainfield High School, and Jacqueline Castrovono as the director of special services.
“I am looking ...
By MAK OJUTIKUMay 26, 2017
BERKELEY HEIGHTS- It was go big or go home today at Governor Livingston High School’s softball field earlier today, as the Highlanders hosted South Plainfield in the semifinals of the North 2, Group 3 sectional tournament.
The second-seeded Highlanders (23-3) came in with a 22 game winning streak and as the No. 8 ranked team in NJ.com’s Top 20 standings. The defensive and pitching ...
By TAP INTO SOUTH PLAINFIELD - STAFFMay 26, 2017
SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – The Park Ave Diner was robbed by men brandishing guns last evening. The robbery occurred when, according to police, three black males entered the Park Avenue Diner about 9:15pm brandishing guns and demanding cash. The actors were able to enter the Diner through a rear door. According to police the assailants were wearing dark clothing, hoodies and ski masks.
Tour of Somerville: Shorter Course Expected to Intensify Race for Sidewalk Spectators and Cyclists, Increase Business Traffic Downtown
By ROD HIRSCHMay 26, 2017
SOMERVILLE, NJ - The 74th annual Tour of Somerville Cycling Classic has come full circle, returning to a shorter race course used in past years that will enhance the spectators’ experience, increase business for restaurants and retailers in the downtown shopping district and force racers to rethink strategy as they jockey for position during the last 2-3 laps and set up for ...
By KEVIN MCCANNMay 26, 2017
The South Plainfield Softball Team had an exciting week of action where they played in the GMC and NJSIAA tournaments. The Lady Tigers got things rolling by defeating Spotswood 7-0 on Monday in the first round of the GMC Tournament. On Wednesday they avenged one of their three losses of the season beating Bishop Ahr 3-0. This set up a meeting with Somerville on Thursday in the first round ...