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 LISA FLORIOMay 23, 2018
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By TAPINTO STAFFMay 23, 2018
EDISON, NJ - Amazon’s Career Choice program recently received the “Community Excellence” award from the New Jersey Community College Consortium for its impact on the local community.
Steven Johnson, Amazon’s Director for Associate Development, was on hand to accept the award and lead a panel discussion on how the program provides trained, motivated employees for ...
By THE BERKELEY HEIGHTS REPUBLICAN MUNICIPAL COMMITTEEMay 23, 2018
Credentials and Expertise. These are basic qualities that any headhunter, supervisor, manager, or hiring partner demands when looking for a new work colleague to bring on board.
It comes as no surprise, then, that the Berkeley Heights Republican Municipal Committee (RMC) engaged in the same analysis and looked for these essential criteria to fill Republican ...
By MICHAEL CIMINIMay 23, 2018
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, N.J., May 23, 2018 – Berkeley Heights Township issued a reminder for the remaining schedule related to the Residential Clean-Up Program, or “Bulk Pick Up.”
The Township currently provides an annual opportunity for residents to dispose of large items and materials typically not included in residential garbage collection and trash removal services.
By UNION COUNTY OFFICE OF PUBLIC INFORMATIONMay 23, 2018
The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders invites residents and visitors of all ages to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of National Trails Day at the Watchung Reservation on Saturday, June 2, where the County’s Trailside Nature & Science Center will host four different guided hikes and an Adopt-a-Trail volunteer activity along with special programs throughout the day for all ages. The ...
By HAL DAUMEMay 22, 2018
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ – Just arrived. Over four thousand little yellow rubber duckies, ready to swim their little webbed feet off for their adoptive “parents.”
Ducky adoption tickets are just $5 each and available throughout Berkeley Heights oAm Bagel, 7-Eleven, Stop n/ Shop, and out front of our town post office to find and adopt as many duckies as you’d like.
By PEGGY HOUSEMay 22, 2018
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - The Berkeley Heights PAL has opened registration for Fall 5/6 and 7/8 travel field hockey teams, as well as a second through fourth grade Fall clinic and a Summer clinic for current second through eighth graders. Visit the PAL website, www.bhpal.org, to register. Please indicate if you need to borrow a stick.
The PAL Field Hockey program ...