August 24, 2010 at 12:05 PM
Mayor David Cohen of Berkeley Heights Resigns Effective March 14th; Joins Christie Administration as Director of the Governor's Office of Employee Relations
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By ED BARMAKIANAugust 31, 2016
CHATHAM, NJ - An accidental chemical discharge from Chatham's Washington Avenue School turned the water blue in Days Creek and prompted a call to the Chatham Fire Department and the County of Morris Hazardous Material team late Wednesday afternoon.
James Deacon, Supervisor and Environmental Health Specialist for the Morris County Hazardous Material Team, tested the water and ...
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, N.J. - Tuesday night, Aug. 23, the township Police Department gained a captain and a new patrolman.
The new captain is Robert Dietch, the new patrolman is Thomas Marsh, Jr. They were introduced to officials and the public by Police Chief John Dipasquale and sworn in by Mayor Robert Woodruff.
FIrst to be sworn in was Marshall, a 2004 graduate of Manville High ...
UNIVERSITY PARK, PA — Anna Pitingolo and Antonella Crescimbeni, both from Berkeley Heights, were selected among a group of nine Penn State students heading to Brazil next month to cover the Paralympics. Their efforts are part of a partnership between Penn State, the University of Georgia and the AP to expand coverage of the Paralympics. The content produced by the ...
UNION COUNTY, NJ – Calling all vendors and attendees to the first annual Union County Means Business Expo, Tuesday, September 20, from 5 until 7:30 p.m. at the Clubhouse at Galloping Hill Golf Course, hosted by the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders.
Local business owners, managers, entrepreneurs, and attendees can register at ucnj.org/ucmb.
“The Business ...
SUMMIT, NJ - Home for Good Dog Rescue will host its Sixth Annual “Bark-a-Que,” a celebration of the 4,500 dogs the non-profit organization has rescued since its inception, September 10 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Summit's Village Green.
The event, which is open to the public, features food and merchandise vendors, family activities, dog contests ...
Berkeley Heights Police Department vs Fire Department Second Annual Mayor's Trophy Charity Softball Game is set for September 10
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - The Second Annual Police vs Fire Department Charity Softball Game to Benefit Veterans Memorial Park Saturday, Sept. 10 at 4:30 p.m. Snyder Avenue Park, 216 Snyder Ave., Berkeley Heights.
A year ago, the Berkeley Heights Police and Fire Departments volunteered to play a charity softball game to kick off the fundraising campaign to restore Veterans ...
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Of his 26 years as a coach for the Governor Livingston boys soccer team, last season was one of the worst for head coach Bruno Somma. The team finished 2-16-1 with the last win coming in mid-September.
But despite a rough 2015 season, Somma foresees a much different outlook for the 2016 season.
“I think we’ll be much improved this season,” ...
EAST RUTHFORD, NJ - A beautiful night in the Meadowlands brought a large crowd for the annual Snoopy Bowl, but the game put fans to sleep as neither the Jets or the Giants offense turned on. The game ended with the Giants winning 21-20.
Brandon Marshall was inactive much to the dismay of the fans and the Jets offense. Quincy Enunwa is still out, following mandatory concussion protocol. During ...
20th Anniversary Berkeley Heights 5K Charity Road Race set for September 18; Early Registration Perks
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Plans are well underway for the 20th Anniversary Berkeley Heights 5K Charity Road Race and Fitness Walk set for Sunday, September 18 at Memorial Field.
Dr. Patrick Smith, Race Director, said, “We have another great morning of friendly competition, family fun, and a sense of giving back to our community at the BH5K 20th Anniversary Run."
DUNELLEN, NJ – Just one week before she left for Rio de Janeiro, US Olympian Sydney McLaughlin was helping teach young kids how to juggle at a summer recreation class at Faber School; she also opted to stay home and miss the opulent opening ceremonies at the 2016 Summer Olympics to celebrate her 17th birthday with her family at their home on Fairview Avenue.
On Saturday morning, a fire ...