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TAP Into Berkeley Heights In 2014

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - The Alternative Press of Berkeley Heights  wishes our readers and our marketing partners a Happy New Year.  We look forward to a fabulous 2014 and continuing to be your #1 online source for news and events.

In 2013, had 1,564,551 people read our site, which represents a 106% increase over 2012.  

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Have a happy, safe and healthy New Year!

Thank you to our marketing partners that support the community by adverstising with The Alternative Press of Berkeley Heights (in alphabetical order):

Affordable & Dignified Cremation Services of NJ (866)486-4100

Allegra & Company (908)665-1696CPAs & Financial Planners

Allstate (908)464-4500

Basking Ridge Country Club

Cartridge World (908) 771-9696

CertaPro Painters

Chyten Totors & Test Preparaton (973)564-5220

Coldwell Banker, Lori Dahl (908)528-2658

Cove Carpet One Floor & Home

Classic Construction Service

Creative Wall Coverings & Interiors (908)665-7997

D’Amico Landscaping & Construction (908)522-3283

DeFabio Chiropractic (908)771-0220

Door Boy (908)336-1567

Edison Heating & Cooling (908) 753-1777

Elefante Music & School for the Performing Arts

Giovanni’s Bistro, Bar and Catering (908)464-6464

Kreder Electric Inc. (908)464-8980

Learning RX (908)222-7246

New Providence Chiropractic

Peak Medical (908)665-0770

Pearly Whites Pediatric Dentistry and Family Orthodontics (908)464-6789

Paolo’s Kitchen (908) 218-9556

ReMax Integrity Advantage
Mary Ann Walsh (908)665-0600 x 119


Sage Eldercare (908)273-5550

Smith Chiropractic (908)464-8899

Suburban Optik (908)464-3322

Summit Area YMCA

Summit Psychological Services, P.A. (908)273-5558

TLC Computer Services (1877)926-8852

Union Center National Bank 1(800)UN-Center

Vita Organic Foods

Woodward Properties

Yogoccino Self Serve Frozen Yogurt Café (908) 771-9300

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