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By BARBARA RYBOLTDecember 3, 2016
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, N.J. -- Santa Claus arrived at Town Hall in a horse drawn wagon at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 3, as members of Governor Livingston Marching Band played seasonal tunes and excited children and their parents waited to greet him.
Santa shook hands with the children In the crowd then went up the steps where he was greeted by Mayor Robert Woodruff, who presented him ...
Berkeley Heights Road Closures for Tree Lighting, Firework Show and Winter Walk; Trolley Service Available
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Downtown Berkeley Heights will be transformed into a fun festival like atmosphere Saturday night starting with the Special Events Committee's Tree Lighting and Firework Show at 5 p.m. immediately followed by the Winter Walk.
Springfield and Sherman avenues will be closed between Snyder and Plainfield avenues from 4 to 10 p.m. There will be a trolley ...
UNION, NJ -- The Gov. Livingston Highlanders were less than two minutes away from defeat Friday night against Scotch Plains-Fanwood. Instead, thanks to a dramatic game-tying goal with 1:54 left to play, they settle for a tie, 3-3, with the Raiders at Union Sports Arena.
After trailing, 3-2, for the entire third period, the Highlanders received a power play after an interference was ...
Kick-off of Annual New Winter Clothing Drive for Veterans Living at VA Campus in Lyons Section of Bernards
BERNARDS TWP., NJ - Bedminster resident Stacia McDonough has kicked off her fifth annual, “They Kept Us Safe, Let's Keep Them Warm,” new winter clothing drive to benefit the formerly homeless and disabled veterans that are now in housing on the Veterans Administration campus in the Lyons section of Bernards Township.
McDonough launched the campaign ...
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ – The Board of Education (BOE) members, school administrators, teachers, parents and family members took part in a farewell celebration for retiring board member John Sincaglia at the Thursday, Dec. 1 BOE meeting. Sincaglia has served on the board for 12 years, since 2004, and decided not to seek reelection.
Sincaglia began his career as a teacher, but worked a ...
WESTFIELD, NJ — Amid cheers from employees and customers, the Downtown Westfield’s newly re-built Trader Joe’s opened Friday morning at 8 a.m.
The previous building was demolished this in February after its roof collapsed during January’s blizzard.
“It’s so great to be home,” store manager Casey Latsko said as he greeted people ...
WARREN, NJ - The Gov. Livingston girls swim team was anxious to get back into competition after making it all the way to Central Sectional C finals last season. They proved to have too much talent and depth for a game Plainfield squad last night in a 136-31 victory.
Coach Closs put it rather succinctly, “it was a good start to the season.” Highlights from last ...
WARREN, NJ - The Highlander men opened the 2016-17 swim season with a 135-27 win over Plainfield tonight in Warren. GL opened up the evening with a 1-2 finish in the 200 Medley Relay. The quartet of Jack OHalloran, Matt Zarrelli, Declan Feely and Ellis Sartorio came in with a 1:49.30. In the 200 freestyle event, GL finished 1,2,3. Jason Paprocki led the way in the 200 IM followed ...
SOMERSET HILLS NJ - Jon Bramnick represents the Somerset Hills in the State Assembly, and over the years he has earned a reputation as a good lawyer and legislator. He also has a well-known sense of humor. In fact, he holds the title "Funniest Lawyer in New Jersey" after winning contests sponsored by the bar association at Rascals Comedy Club.
On Tuesday ...
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Are you ready to have breakfast with Mr. and Mrs. Claus and their elves?
On Sunday, Dec. 11, Mt. Carmel Society will hold a breakfast buffet with the famous pair and their elves at Mt. Carmel Hall, 56 River Road, Berkeley Heights.
Attendees are asked to consider bringing an unwrapped gift for children in need. The gifts will be provided to Mountainside ...