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By K. BROCHUMay 28, 2017
ELIZABETH, NJ – “Maybe we should do this on a weekly basis,” joked Westfield Mayor Andy Skibitsky, joined by Councilman David Oliveira, as he accepted an Infrastructure and Municipal Aid grant of $100,000 from the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders Thursday. “Westfield will certainly put this to good use.”
This week’s Union County ...
By BOBBIE PEERMay 27, 2017
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Berkeley Heights residents are getting ready for a weekend remembering those who sacrificed their lives in the name of their country. Hometown Hero banners are hung throughout downtown leading to Veterans Memorial Park, which looks spectacular with its freshly planted flower beds. Citizens recently came out, offering hours to volunteer to plant hundreds ...
By JIMMY PITINGOLOMay 27, 2017
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Remote-controlled drones. Rocket-powered mini carts. Cardboard boat brigades. You may ask yourself, “What on could these things possibly have in common?”
The simple answer is that they are all activities you can find at a Boy Scout Meeting in Troop 368. The Scouts meet every Tuesday at 7:30 at Mountain Park School where they do things like rank ...
Softball: South Plainfield Snaps Gov. Livingston's 22-Game Win Streak in Sectional Semifinal Tournament
By MAK OJUTIKUMay 27, 2017
BERKELEY HEIGHTS- It was go big or go home today at Governor Livingston High School’s softball field earlier today, as the Highlanders hosted South Plainfield in the semifinals of the North 2, Group 3 sectional tournament.
The second-seeded Highlanders (23-3) came in with a 22 game winning streak and as the No. 8 ranked team in NJ.com’s Top 20 standings. The defensive and pitching ...
By TAPINTO BERKELEY HEIGHTS STAFFMay 26, 2017
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - The Veterans Memorial Park Committee is proud to announce that the Hometown Hero banners have all been put up. In order to help families and friends locate an individual banner, the Committee has created a listing by street which provides a walking tour map of all the banners. Future plans include more detailed mapping.
There are 128 Veterans and active Military ...
Classic, Vintage and Custom Car Owners Throttle Down and Rumble into Somerville to Park Their Rides on Main Street
By ROD HIRSCHMay 26, 2017
SOMERVILLE, NJ – Hundreds of vintage, customized and classic car owners have been looking forward to Friday night for several months, waiting to show off their prized American iron.
Their highly-prized automobiles are reflective of a time when seat belts were optional, distracted driving meant no fuzzy dice hanging off the mirrors and topping off the gas tank only took a pocketful of ...
By K. BROCHUMay 26, 2017
ELIZABETH, NJ — “It’s nice to look out into a happy crowd this evening,” Freeholder Chairman Bruce Bergen said at the start of Thursday’s Freeholder meeting, which was dedicated to awarding grants.
Freeholders Linda Carter and Al Mirabella presented five county high schools with funds to reward their efforts in their Union County Student ...