NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - New Providence's Nick Iannacone has verbally committed to play football at Pace University. Nick is the son of Al Iannacone, President of NP PAL.
New Providence's Nick Iannacone Verbally Commits to Play Football at Pace University
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By SEAN CONKLINMarch 27, 2017
NEWARK, NJ – Hockey fans of all ages enjoyed the first day of a two-day event on Saturday afternoon by participating in a variety of festivities at The Prudential Center’s Championship Plaza, at the corner of Mulberry and Market Streets in Newark as the NHL celebrates its centennial with an interactive traveling fan experience prior to the New Jersey Devils’ home game ...
By TAPINTO STAFFMarch 27, 2017
UNION COUNTY, NJ - The drawing for ballot positions for the June 6, 2017, Primary Election will be held on Monday, April 17, at the County Courthouse, 2 Broad Street in Elizabeth beginning at 3 p.m., Union County Clerk Joanne Rajoppi announced.
“Anyone interested in the primary election process is encouraged to attend,” said Rajoppi. “This year voters will decide on a ...
By EDIR CORONADOMarch 26, 2017
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Salt Brook Elementary School held their annual Spring Fundraising event Friday March 24th, with A Taste of New Providence at the DeCorso Community Center. The event allowed parents a night out without kids, to socialize with fellow community members, parents, and Salt Brook educators, while still raising money for Salt Brook students.
PTA President Korin Markel ...
By TAPINTO SUMMIT STAFFMarch 26, 2017
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - The Summit Speech School, which teaches deaf and hard of hearing children to listen and speak for themselves, so they can succeed as part of the hearing world, will host its 27th Annual 'Spring Benefit' April 4.
The 'Spring Benefit' is actually two events in one day, with a 10 a.m. luncheon presentation and 6 p.m. dinner party, both of which will be ...
By BOBBIE PEERMarch 26, 2017
SUMMIT, NJ - The Suburban Chamber of Commerce, in their 100th year in the community, held its Seventh Annual Awards Dinner on Wednesday, March 22 at The Grand Summit Hotel where service awards were presented in seven categories.
Over 200 guests attended the event which was filled with good cheer and ...
Students Statewide Join Together for New Jersey Clean Communities Council’s Annual Environmental Exchange
By TAPINTO.NET STAFFMarch 26, 2017
There was plenty of time for serious discussion about discarded plastic bags in public parks, about trash in urban waterways and ways to ensure school buildings recycle as much paper as possible.
And the annual Environmental Exchange included plenty of hands-on opportunities for 130 students from across the state to pick up litter, participate in scavenger hunts and learn ways in which they ...
By JENNIFER POPPERMarch 24, 2017
ELIZABETH, NJ - The Union County Freeholders regular meeting on March 23rd attracted a large crowd who were there to comment on the county’s plan to allow mountain bikes in Watchung Reservation.
Chairman Bruce Bergen gave a short statement before allowing anyone to speak, indicating that in February 2016, the board had adopted a Trails Master Plan to bring up to seven miles of dual ...