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 TAPINTO.NET STAFFJanuary 18, 2017
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - In celebration of its 30th anniversary, NJ Sharing Network, the non-profit, federally designated organization responsible for the recovery of organs and tissue in the state, has achieved another record-breaking year making 613 transplants possible, representing a 16 percent increase from 2015. Tissue donation also broke records for the organization with a 10 ...
SUMMIT, NJ - In celebration of the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the Summit Area YMCA offered meaningful opportunities for the community to join together in a day of service to give back to those in need and to learn more about diversity and inclusion.
Shari the same values of honesty, compassion, respect, and service, the nonprofit organization ran a ...
Swimming: Gov. Livingston Boys Fall, 99-71, in Valiant Effort Against No. 1 Westfield: Lady Highlanders Dealt Second Season Loss
WESTFIELD, NJ - The Governor Livingston boys and girls swim teams suffered losses against the powerhouse Westfield team on Tuesday in Westfield.
Boys Swim Team
The Governor Livingston Boys Swim team took on state number one ranked Westfield. The Highlanders put up a valiant effort against state number one ranked Westfield -- losing to the swimming powerhouse, 99-71.
In the opening ...
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Gov. Livingston boys fencing team was dealt their second loss in a 12-10 battle against Montclair Kimberly. The Lady Highlanders defeated the young Montclair Kimberly girls fencing team 12-3.
Monclair Kimberly only fielded 5 fencers as they work to rebuild their girls team [they didn't field a team at all two years ago]. Gov.
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - On Tuesday, Jan 10, residents learned several new facts about the proposed Municipal Complex:
It is 1,000 square feet larger than previously planned because of the relocation of the Senior Citizens meeting room from the basement to the ground floor.
The bond ordinance to finance the project will be introduced on January 24, the next meeting of the Township ...
Bingo Brings Smiles to All at Berkeley Heights Cultural Events Committee's 2nd Annual MLK Service Event
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - For the second year, the Berkeley Heights Cultural Events Committee honored the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. by hosting a community service project at the Autumn Lake at Berkeley Heights nursing home on Monday. Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, students requiring service hours, and families joined together with the ...
SUMMIT, NJ – SAGE Eldercare, a non-profit organization which serves older adults and their caregivers in New Jersey, is pleased to announce the addition of two Summit residents to its Board of Trustees, and changes in its Executive Committee for 2017 including naming John Hoffman as Board President.
Joining SAGE as a Board community representative is David Bomgaars, a Summit ...
FANWOOD, NJ -- For more than three decades, The B Street Band, a popular Bruce Springsteen tribute band, has played Jersey Shore bars and festivals, as well as the 2009 Garden State Ball for Barack Obama's first Inauguration and a return engagement four years later. However, the group, which pioneered the "tribute band" concept in 1980, has never received as much flak for ...
WEST ORANGE, NJ – On Monday afternoon, the Governor Livingston Highlanders thwarted the Millburn Millers’ attempt at another win, resulting in a 3-1 victory at Codey Arena.
After losing to the Millers 5-0 in December, Gov. Livingston was ready for redemption. Danny Kramer was injured when the two teams last met, and “not only does he score goals, but he brings a lot. He helps ...
New Providence Diversity Committee Honors the Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Bringing Old and Young Together
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - The New Providence Diversity Committee held their first service care project at Manor Care Health Services on Monday. Inspired by Martin Luther King Day, members of the community, from school aged to adults, visited residents at Manor Care to participate in Bingo.
Ayana Joseph, a member of the Diversity Committee and Our Lady of Peace, led the service project and was ...