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.
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By TAP INTO BERKELEY HEIGHTS STAFFAugust 24, 2016
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - In its September issue, New Jersey Monthly ranked Gov. Livingston High School No. 19 on its list of top 100 public high schools in the state. The last time the list came out, in 2014, GL was ranked No. 36.
"It is obviously exciting for our school community to be moving closer to the top of a very competitive list," said ...
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Anthony DeFranco from Berkeley Heights advances to the American Ninja Warrior Las Vegas Finals by finishing 11th in the City Finals that aired on NBC on Monday, Aug. 22. The top 15 advanced.
Come by to meet DeFranco on Friday between 4 - 5 p.m. at Columbia Middle School upper field by the workout/bars. He will be signing photographs.
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ. - Tuesday, Aug. 23, the Township Council voted 3-1 to authorize a redevelopment study that could resolve its affordable housing situation. Councilman Ed Delia voted against the resolution.
Included in the redevelopment study area are: the theatre property, the Berkeley Heights Developers Property, otherwise called the Kings property; Block 702, lot 18; the Sherman ...
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Matthew Rothfeld was the recipient of the first ever Carl D'Emilio Scholarship given by the Gov. Livingston Football Alumni Association this past spring.
Rothfeld graduated GL with a 4.0 unweighted GPA; was a member of the National Honor Society, Math Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society and Athletic Honor Society; and played football all ...
SUMMIT, NJ - One of myriad camp offerings at the Summit Area YMCA this summer, the innovative Leaders in Training (LIT) program provides rising 9th graders, ages 14 - 16, an opportunity to obtain the tools they need to enter the working world and become leaders in their community.
Teens are provided with weekly leadership and job professionalism trainings ...
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - The Mauriello family wins the Fifth Annual Berkeley Heights Summer Concert Series Photo Contest held by The Suburban Chamber of Commerce of Berkeley Heights partnered with TAP into Berkeley Heights. Contest sponsors, Dr. Patrick Smith of Smith Chiropractic presented the family with a $100 gift card to Goodman's Deli and Restaurant.
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - When word started to get around that Berkeley Heights native Anthony DeFranco would be competing on this season of American Ninja Warrior, fellow residents were excited to tune in and see how he would do.
It seemed like everyone in town was watching on a Monday night back in June when DeFranco not only completed the obstacle course, but was dubbed as the “Run of ...
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After Latest Executive Order from Governor Christie, City of Summit Officials Await Updated Bridge Construction Status
SUMMIT, NJ - In the wake of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie announcing the enactment of Executive Order 213 -- under which the state Treasurer "is directed to make available general funds for expenses determined to be absolutely essential for the protection of the health, safety, and welfare of the people of the State of New Jersey, or that are required to ensure the ...
Local Musician Kate Parker Gets a Glimpse of Life as a Professional with 10-Day Tour Finishing with Lollapalooza
MOUNTAINSIDE, NJ - Most musicians have to wait until they’re well into their career before they can even think about performing at a major music festival.
But Mountainside resident Kate Parker has already lived that dream, and she’s only a month removed from her high school graduation from Gov. Livingston.
Parker travelled to Chicago in July to perform at one of ...