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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 ...
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 - 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 ...
BRIDGEWATER, NJ – GOP gubernatorial candidate and state Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli minced no words when he greeted hundreds of supporters at his kick-off reception last night, just two weeks after a Statehouse press conference where he announced that he was undergoing radiation and recovering from a Nov. 15 operation for throat cancer.
Standing behind the podium in the ballroom at the ...
Visconti’s Three-Pointer Boosts Johnson Crusaders Basketball Past New Providence Pioneers in Overtime
CLARK, NJ - Arthur L. Johnson High School junior George Visconti drained a three-pointer with 46 seconds left in overtime to lift the Crusaders boys varsity basketball team to a 68-64 victory over the New Providence High School Pioneers Thursday night in Clark.
“We just had to stick together and play hard throughout the overtime,” Visconti said. “We’re ...
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - The Pioneers Varsity Wrestling team faced-off against Scotch-Plains Fanwood High School, the final score was 45 -18, and while the scoreboard shows the Pioneers being dominated on the mat, the actual competition tells a different story.
The Pioneers had seven wrestlers ready to compete and out of the seven, five emerged victorious. Coach John Scholz explained that he ...
Cub Scout Pack 263 in New Providence, NJ has been busy this year helping others in their community. The Salt Brook School students in first through fifth grade have participated in various community service projects ranging from the town-wide food drive, to supporting runners in the Education Foundation’s 5K event, to building, painting and donating hundreds of toys and decorations over the ...
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - In celebration of its 30th anniversary, NJ Sharing Network, the non-profit, federally designated organization responsible for the recovery of organs and tissue in the state, has achieved another record-breaking year making 613 transplants possible, representing a 16 percent increase from 2015. Tissue donation also broke records for the organization with a 10 ...
SUMMIT, NJ - In celebration of the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the Summit Area YMCA offered meaningful opportunities for the community to join together in a day of service to give back to those in need and to learn more about diversity and inclusion.
Shari the same values of honesty, compassion, respect, and service, the nonprofit organization ran a ...