NJ TRANSIT ALERTS - As of 4 p.m., all eastbound (inbound ) Gladstone Branch service is suspended between Bernardsville and Summit stations for the remainder of the evening. Crew is assessing and working to repair rail washouts and flood damage along the Gladstone Branch.
NJ Transit Alerts: Gladstone Branch Service Suspended
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Girls Soccer: Jankowski’s Two Goals Lift Governor Livingston Highlanders to First Win of 2016 over Johnson Crusaders
By DAN COLLINSSeptember 25, 2016
CLARK, NJ - Governor Livingston High School senior Riley Jankowski scored two goals to help lift the Highlanders to their first win of the 2016 season over the Johnson Crusaders, 3-1, Saturday in Clark.
Jankowski scored her first goal on a penalty kick early in the first half. She connected on a free kick by Ava Delargy to score her second goal.
“I feel ...
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Gov. Livingston's top girls singles player, junior Jen Collins has been named the Delcious Heights Highlander Athlete of the Week for winning three of her four matches improving her season mark to 7-3. Her wins for the week included a defeat of the Scotch Plains-Fanwood first singles player accounting for the Lady Highlanders only win against the Lady ...
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - On Saturday, the Governor Livingston Highlanders boys soccer team snapped a two-game losing streak by defeating the county rival Union Farmers 3-0. It was the Highlanders fourth shutout of the season and first since September 17 against Linden.
With the win, the Highlanders improved to 4-3 while Union remains winless.
Governor Livingston’s Josiah Crawford has ...
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Summit Speech School secured the top contribution of $10,000 from the Sue Adler Team 100th Home Sale Charity Program. The School will use the funds towards its programs and services that benefit children and families impacted by hearing loss.
In 2016, the Sue Adler Team launched its 100th Home Sale Charity Program, agreeing to donate $20,000 upon the closing of their 100th ...
Celebrity Chef Showdown Oct. 6 Heralds Arrival of Soup Kitchen 411; Event Serves as Fundraiser to Fight Hunger
SUMMIT, NJ - More than 45,000,000 Americans struggle just to put food on the table. Soup Kitchen 411, a newly-formed non-profit, is aiming to stamp out hunger because the organization and its supporters believe the problem is 100% solvable.
Soup Kitchen 411 is a web-based portal containing a national directory of information and links with ...
SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ -- The Scotch Plains Planning Board will consider an application at its Monday, Sept. 26, meeting at 7:30 p.m. to construct 190 apartments and 10 townhomes on the Bowcraft Amusement Park property (2545 Route 22 West, Scotch Plains). The proposed development reportedly would include 40 affordable housing units (which would help Scotch ...
TAPinto Travels Presents
Enjoy the crisp fall air this weekend by traveling to Northern New Jersey for a slew of fun-filled festivals and events. With plenty of food, drink, and music at each event, you and your entire family are guaranteed to go home happy.
Oktoberfest at Mountain Creek in Vernon
Every year, Mountain Creek holds the top Oktoberfest in the entire ...
WESTFIELD, NJ — The 2016 Westfield FestiFall street fair, sponsored by the Greater Westfield Area Chamber of Commerce, is set to take place Sunday, Sept. 25, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., rain or shine.
Tens of thousands are expected to arrive from all around to enjoy the annual event, which will close off downtown streets to cars to make way for pedestrians, vendors, rides, ...
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Berkeley Heights joined other municipalities across New Jersey by painting a blue stripe down a section of Park Avenue to acknowledge the importance of the police department. The "thin blue line" was painted between the double yellow lines on Park Avenue by the municipal building and Police Headquarters Friday morning.
Berkeley Heights ...
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ—Members of the Berkeley Heights Board of Education joined assistant superintendent Scott McKinney as “students” in a virtual classroom demonstration of the district’s technology tools during Thursday’s school board meeting.
During the demonstration, conducted by district technician Kevin Rafferty, board members sat in the front row of the ...