Light the Way for Our House - The Pine Way Association of New Providence organized a holiday luminary sale to benefit Our House Inc. of New Jersey. Neighbors and friends helped assemble and distribute nearly 2,000 luminaries around town. A special thank you to Halls Garden Center & Florist of Berkeley Heights for donating ALL of the luminary supplies. Nearly $2100 was raised for Our House, a private, non-profit organization that provides residential, employment and recreational services to individuals with developmental and other disabilities in New Jersey (www.ourhousenj.org)
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By SARAH SANGREEDecember 13, 2017
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By UNION COUNTY COLLEGEDecember 12, 2017
CRANFORD, NJ - Union County College is pleased to announce that Mary M. Zimmermann, former Chair of the Union County College Foundation Board and member of the College’s Board of Trustees and Board of Governors, was elected to the Executive Committee of the New Jersey Council of County Colleges on Nov. 20, 2017.
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December 12, 2017
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By AMY SEIDDecember 12, 2017
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By SARA KIRSCH, MANAGERDecember 12, 2017
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By TAPINTO ELIZABETH STAFFDecember 12, 2017
UNION COUNTY, NJ--The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders reminds women business owners that they may be eligible for discounted loans offered by the Union County Economic Development Corporation.
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