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Baseball: McCulloch, Hulburt, Lead Gov. Livingston to Playoff Win over Carteret, Battle with South Plainfield Up Next
By D. DUNCANMay 22, 2018
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Tyler McCulloch hit a grand slam and Liam Hulburt pitched five shutout innings as the top seed Gov. Livingston eliminated 16th seed Carteret in the opening round of the Central Jersey, Group II playoffs, Monday in Berkeley Heights.
The Highlanders jumped out to a 4-0 first inning lead and put up five more on McCulloch’s (2-4, HR) slam and a solo ...
By BARBARA RYBOLTMay 22, 2018
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Recently the School Board honored the 2018 Educators of the Year and district retirees with a reception at Governor Livingston High School.
Each teacher was invited up to the stage by School Superintendent Judith Rattner, who provided a brief history of the teacher's time before joining the district and while in the district, then read comments from the ...
By LAUREN BOYDMay 22, 2018
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - The Governor Livingston varsity softball team only needed 5 innings to secure a victory against Kennedy on Monday. Though Kennedy scored first in the top of the first inning, the Highlanders scored 11 unanswered points in the first three innings to make the score 11-1. This score remained unchanged until the fifth inning, allowing the Highlanders to win by mercy ...
By BRENDA NEMCEKMay 22, 2018
WARREN, NJ - Different is not synonymous with deficient and autism does not need to be cured, a Warren Middle School student told the Warren Township Board of Education at its meeting on Monday, May 21.
Johannes Wellerding, an eighth grade student at Warren Middle School, took the opportunity for public commentary at Monday night’s Board of Education ...
By TAPINTO.NET STAFFMay 22, 2018
UNION COUNTY, NJ -- The American Red Cross is counting on volunteer donors to give blood and help ensure patient needs can be met this summer.
Around Memorial Day, the Red Cross sees a steep decline in blood donations. Busy summer schedules, vacations and school breaks also cause a drop in donations. Accidents and medical emergencies don’t take a summer break – patients ...
By ANTOINE WILLIAMSMay 22, 2018
SOMERVILLE, NJ - In what is believed to be the team’s first-ever sectional championship victory, the third-seeded Governor Livingston Highlanders boys tennis team defeated the Somerville Pioneers.
Victories in the second and third singles and first doubles matches helped the Highlanders capture the sectional crown.
After getting redemption against Fort Lee, the team that handed the ...
DAWN of a New Day: New Treatment Insights Shared at Atlantic Health's 18th Annual 'Stroke Symposium'
By TAPINTO SUMMIT STAFFMay 21, 2018
MORRISTOWN, NJ - Time is of the essence when it comes to identifying and treating symptoms of stroke and it’s widely accepted that the sooner treatment is provided the better the outcome will be, however new research suggests that all hope isn’t lost for certain types of stroke victims whose symptoms aren’t treated until later in time after last being seen as ...