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SOUTH ORANGE, NJ -- South Orange held its annual PlayDay event on Sunday, Sept. 25, which featured inflatable rides, games, a rock wall, food, and a plethora of free giveaways. By closing down the section of South Orange Ave. between Valley St. and Church St., the village allowed residents to mingle and enjoy the day as a community. PlayDay is South ...
SOUTH ORANGE, NJ - Reports of lewdness have recently appeared twice in the South Orange Police Blotter, with one incident on Sept. 18, and a second incident on Sept. 24.
According to South Orange police, on Sept., 18, a 22-year-old woman stated that at about 10 p.m., "she was walking east on Irvington Ave. when she observed a white male approximately 5'8" in height with ...
LIVINGSTON, NJ — A PowerNet BizExpo event benefitting the CHOW food bank for the second-consecutive year enabled dozens of small local retailers, businesses and service providers to mingle with consumers from the Essex County area as they enjoyed food, drink and live music at 316 Eisenhower Parkway in Livingston on Sept. 22.
Participants met at the SWS Architects two-story atrium office ...
NEWARK, NJ - Columbia High School seniors Asma Makhdoom and Halle Bryant of South Orange, and Ellie Cohen of Maplewood, recently graduated from the seven-week "Girls Who Code" summer Immersion program offered at the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT).
Makhdoom, Bryant, and Cohen were among 40 young women from throughout New ...
'This is What Democracy Looks Like': Large Crowd Assembles for 'Black Lives Matter' March Through Summit
SUMMIT, NJ - The ongoing conversation about -- and struggle with -- the issue of race in America took to the streets of Downtown Summit as an estimated 400 - 500 people gathered for a "Black Lives Matter" march through the Hilltop City.
The event was organized by a 20-member "Black Lives Matter" team, led by Claudia Cohen from the Unitarian Church in Summit ...
MAPLEWOOD, NJ -- About 50 local voters gathered at the DeHart Community Center on Thursday night, Sept. 22, to hear a Candidate’s Forum between the two contenders seeking election to the Maplewood Township Committee.
The Candidates Forum was hosted by the Hilton Neighborhood Association,and moderated by Carol Buchanan, the association’s president. Maplewood Township ...
Cancel the trip to Tuscany. New Jersey is receiving a great deal of acclaim for their vineyards with award-winning wines being produced every day. Americans are enjoying fine wine like never before and the Garden State has become a destination for winery tours and tastings. Many wineries also offer delightful dining on their scenic premises. We have suggestions from all around the ...
LIVINGSTON, NJ - Halloween is just around the corner, and for those who get a thrill from being scared, Bane Haunted House has opened its doors, and will remain open through Halloween. According to Jennifer Condron, who owns the attraction with her husband John, Bane is one of the first such attractions in NJ to open this early.
Bane, which is ADA accessible, will be open on Sept.
WEST ORANGE, NJ – The West Orange High School football team logged their first win of the season in dramatic fashion, routing Columbia 36-7 in a game that saw the Mountaineers score three touchdowns in the first quarter.
Sebastian Rawls (four carries, 52 yards) scored minutes into the first quarter with a 22-yard rush, followed by CJ Wilson (three carries, 76 yards) with a 51-yard ...
WESTFIELD, NJ — The owners of Westfield’s infamous “Watcher” house, 657 Boulevard, have filed a zoning application with the Westfield Planning Board to have the Dutch colonial torn down and replaced with two new homes, according to a Westfield resident who said she and other neighbors were advised of the plans in an official letter Saturday.
Neighbors were told ...