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In Art enrichment at Diamond Hill Montessori School, the young artists studied the famous work “Starry Night” created by Vincent Van Gogh.
They participated in a multi-step exploration that incorporated the use of a variety of materials and techniques. The children “upcycled” tin foil and cardboard for the background.
Fine motor skills were ...
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ – The Borough Council discussed pending roadwork projects and heard residents’ concerns regarding certain roads that could use better safety measures at its Monday, Dec. 5 meeting.
Councilman Jim Madden pointed out that the NJ American Water Company is planning to do work on the Central Avenue water main. This may further delay the road resurfacing program ...
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - The Highlander boys swim team posted a hard fought victory over New Providence, 88-82, Tuesday night at Berkeley Aquatic Club in New Providence.
Gov. Livingston (GL) took the lead from the start in the 200 Medley Relay. The team of Jack O’Halloran, Chris Rampaul-Pino, Declan Feely, and Killian Quinn finished first in 1:45.32. Senior ...
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - The Gov. Livingston (GL) girls swim team passed their first big test with flying colors against friendly rival New Providence with a dominating 103-67 win.
GL Coach Closs said, "It's always fun to go up against good friend in NP coach Walter Kempner, and Coach Leahy and I feel happy and lucky to come away with the victory."
New Providence started the ...
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ – At the Monday, Dec. 5 meeting Mayor Al Morgan and the Borough Council congratulated the New Providence High School Marching Band for their achievements and lauded the new youth community service organization.
A total of 156 students in grades 9 through 12 participate in the band which also has two managers. The band had another successful season as it won first ...
Providence! Integrated Health and Fitness, the Right Mix of Healthy Choices for Mind, Body and Spirit
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - On Thursday, December 1, Providence! Integrated Health and Fitness, celebrated their 2nd anniversary with a holiday party. Clients and staff members were treated with an array of food and greeted with holiday cheer, courtesy of Kathy McCready and Larry Heisler; Husband and Wife; Co-owners of Providence! Integrated Health and Fitness.
With 30 employees, both staff and ...
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Have you baked your holiday cookies yet? Not to worry, dozens of volunteer bakers are taking care of that for you.
American Legion Post 433, at 357 Elkwood Ave., will hold its annual Cookie Walk from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., or until the cookies run out!
There will be dozens of varieties of cookies, from traditional, decorated Christmas cookies to all sorts of ...
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Children in New Providence were able to see Santa Claus a little early as the New Providence Fire Department welcomed him to the borough Saturday afternoon.
The annual event has taken place for just about 70 years and it is always well attended. The children have the opportunity to meet Santa and take pictures with him. Refreshments were served as well.
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - One year after posting a 21-7 record and advancing all the way to the state semifinals, the New Providence Pioneer girls basketball team enters the season with hopes of advancing even further this campaign.
And who could fault them for having such high hopes?
Not only does head coach Cap Pazdera return his entire starting five but four of the ...
MORRISTOWN, NJ - The closing scene rises up with a widening aerial shot of the 8,000-acre expanse of the Great Swamp Wildlife Refuge, a place that might not exist today if not for the people documented in the film: "Saving the Great Swamp: Battle to Stop the Jetport."
The documentary, which took two years to make and was produced by Chatham resident Scott Morris with co-producer ...