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 BOBBIE PEERJanuary 23, 2017
STIRLING, NJ - More than 300 guests rock 'n' rolled to The Nerds Friday night at Primavera Regency to support the Berkeley Heights Education Foundation (BHEF) benefiting all six schools in the Berkeley Heights district.
"As a non-profit volunteer organization that supports the Berkeley Heights Public School, the mission of the BHEF depends on the support from families, ...
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - On Super Sunday (usually Saturday), archrival New Providence and Governor Livingston squared off in the annual affair with the Pioneers coming away with a dominant 62-33 victory. Sunday’s game was a makeup contest between the two teams as inclement weather a few weeks ago led to its postponement.
With the victory, New Providence improves to ...
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - After much discussion at Thursday evening's meeting, the Berkeley Heights Board of Education will not pursue the Physical Education Opt-Out Policy at Gov. Livingston High School.
The Gov. Livingston administration was asked to explore the opportunity to provide an "Option II" alternative for physical education to students who ...
Union County College President McMenamin Elected Vice Chair of Middle States Commission on Higher Education
CRANFORD, NJ – Union County College President, Dr. Margaret M. McMenamin, was elected to serve as Vice Chair of the Executive Committee for the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE), and began her term in January 2017. She has been serving as a commissioner with MSCHE since 2014. As Vice Chair she will provide policy leadership to the organization’s ...
WESTFIELD, NJ — People of every age, gender and ethnic background from around New Jersey gathered in Westfield Saturday for a “sister” march of the Women’s March on Washington.
Organizer Lydia Kaplan estimated that thousands of people participated.
“It was over and above my expectations,” said Kaplan, who earlier in the week had expected 100 to 200 ...
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ— The Gov. Livingston varsity wrestling team fell just short of a win against the Montgomery Cougars on Friday night. The close match was determined within the final seconds, as Montgomery trumped the Highlanders, 39-34.
For the GL team, pins by freshman Conner Vill (132), senior Anthony Santigate (138), and junior Quinn Haddad (170), added a combined 18 points, while ...
Ice Hockey: Late Goals by Faraone, Otani Help Cranford Cougars Spoil Governor Livingston Ice Hockey Senior Night
UNION, NJ- Cranford High School junior co-captain Ryan Faraone scored two goals and junior Ethan Otani added one of his own 11 seconds apart from each other in the third period to lift the Cougars over the Governor Livingston Highlanders by a final score of 5-2 at Union Sports Arena in Union.
Prior to the game, the Highlanders honored their four senior players with a ceremony.
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - If you've seen a puppy wearing a yellow cape being walked in the township, you've spotted a dog in training for Canine Companions for Independence. Local residents Sean and Jennifer Manns and their family recently began raising an assistance dog-in-training for the organization.
The puppy is Carlton IV, a lab/golden retriever cross who will one-day know ...
CRANFORD, NJ- After a disappointing first half, the Gov. Livingston boys basketball team was able to steadily chip away at the Cougar lead in the second. However, Cranford was ultimately able to hinder the Highlanders’ offensive momentum with clutch foul shots, allowing the Cougars to capture a tight 68-67 victory over the Highlanders.
Gov. Livingston quickly claimed the lead ...
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Gov. Livingston matmen Turner and Quinn Haddad have been named the Delicious Heights Highlander Athletes of the Week for their superb performance for the Highlanders leading to their runner-up finishes in the Union County Tournament last weekend.
The Haddad brothers were the only two Highlander wrestlers to win all three of their matches in a ...