BRKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - On September 11 this year, fifth graders at Mountain Park learned about the history of 9/11 and its effects on our country and the world. They also discussed the many heroes who responded to the disasters at the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. To honor the first responders of 9/11 and our very own first responders in Berkeley Heights, the fifth graders wrote thank-you letters to our police department, volunteer fire department, and volunteer rescue squad.
Mountain Park 5th Graders Send Letters to Honor Berkeley Heights First Responders on 9/11
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By LINDA CONDRILLOApril 21, 2018
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By D. DUNCANApril 21, 2018
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Stephen Reid crushed a go-ahead two run home run in the bottom of the sixth inning which allowed Gov. Livingston to claim a hard fought 4-3 win over South Brunswick Friday afternoon in Berkeley Heights. Junior Ethan Saia pitched 1 2/3 scoreless innings in relief to earn his first career victory and raise Gov. Livingston's season mark to ...
By TAPINTO BERKELEY HEIGHTSApril 21, 2018
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - The 2018 Lady Highlander Basketball Camp is accepting registrations for girls basketball players entering grades 2 to 9.
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By GAIL NELSONApril 20, 2018
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GL took the lead early when Evan Pallitta clobbered a two run homerun deep into right field in the first inning. They built on the lead in the second with Jamie Belfer and Juliann Lopes each batting a run home in the second.
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By TAPINTO SUMMIT STAFFApril 19, 2018
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