NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Shanli Jiang, a student at New Providence Middle School, took first place among eighth-graders in the 2014 Union County Arbor Day Poetry Contest. Contestants, ranging from grades 4 through 8, had to prepare an original work in an effort to promote Arbor Day and creatively show the importance of trees in Union County.
New Providence 8th-Grader Wins Poetry Contest
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By BOBBIE PEERJanuary 17, 2018
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By BARBARA RYBOLTJanuary 16, 2018
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ – The New Providence Diversity Committee and Berkeley Heights Diversity Council and the New Providence Presbyterian Church held a “MLK Celebration Jam” at the Annex on Monday, Jan. 15.
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By TIM LECRASJanuary 16, 2018
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By MELISSA BENNOJanuary 15, 2018
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - New Providence resident Annie Zhou, a student at Yale University, received a scholarship from the New Jersey Chinese Festival organization on Dec. 28.
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