WARREN, NJ - The Warriors are on a roll. Unbeaten Watchung Hills was led by Lindsey Carroll with six goals and an assist in the Warriors' defeat of Voorhees, 16-12, on Tuesday.
Watchung Hills Girls Lacrosse Defeats Voorhees, 16-12
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By JACKIE LIEBERMANMarch 23, 2017
WESTFIELD, NJ — This Saturday’s episode of NBC’s home improvement show “George to the Rescue” will feature the Lederman family of Westfield. Darren Lederman died after a battle with Leukemia last March, leaving behind his wife, Warren teacher Stacey Katcher Lederman and children Emma and Noah.
“George to the Rescue,” starring George ...
By JACK MURTHAMarch 23, 2017
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — It’s considered law enforcement’s “gold standard,” and Rutgers police are looking to maintain that badge of honor.
The Rutgers University Police Department is vying for re-accreditation from a law enforcement group made up of high-ranking police associations from across the world. The school’s police force first received the nod in 2011, ...
By TAPINTO WARREN STAFFMarch 23, 2017
WARREN, NJ - Ensuring accurate, timely, and trustworthy communication with key stakeholders is integral to supporting student success.
Toward that end, the Warren Township and Watchung Hills School Districts wil be conducting a comprehensive audit of district and building communications with key audiences, identifying areas of strength and opportunities for ...
By TAPINTO EAST ORANGE STAFFMarch 22, 2017
EAST ORANGE, NJ - A fatal accident occurred at the East Orange train station on Tuesday, March 21. According to firefighters and other emergency personnel on the scene, witnesses reported that a young man was spotted sitting on the tracks and was struck by an eastbound train. Additional information, including the name of the victim, was not released.
Morris & Essex line trains ...
By TAPINTO STAFFMarch 22, 2017
SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ – Fans of Jazz and music enthusiasts everywhere will enjoy “A One Night Jazz Festival,” featuring eight jazz artists, many with worldwide jazz reputations, Saturday, April 29, at Union Catholic High School in Scotch Plains.
The event supports the work of St. Joseph’s Social Service Center, a non-profit organization that serves the materially ...
By BRENDA A. NEMCEKMarch 22, 2017
WARREN, NJ - After listening to an overview of contemplated changes, the Warren Township Board of Education approved the tentative 2017-18 budget on Monday.
The total budget for 2017-18 is for an adjusted $42,492,100, a $706,896 increase over last year.
The budget includes a proposed school district tax rate of .862, down from .872 last year. Taxes ...
By JOHN LEEMarch 21, 2017
NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Township Health Department has scheduled a Bone Marrow Registry Drive for Tuesday March 28 at the Department of Public Affairs. The drive, 'Operation Anne.' is named for Nutley resident Anne Rotonda who battling AML – Acute Myeloid Leukemia.
Nutley Commissioner Steve Rogers told TAPinto Nutley that "Anne is one of America's greatest heroes.