BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ -  Looking back on 2016 that started with the burial of Vito Mondelli, a Berkeley Heights treasure, TAPinto Berkeley Heights has been there to mourn alongside the community as well as celebrate and chronicle the news.

We've commemorated and covered the Veterans Memorial Park restoration project, celebrated Gov. Livingston students and team accomplishments, participated in the  20th Anniversary of the Berkeley Heights 5K, reported on the Affordable Housing settlment, and celebrated community at its best at the second annual Winter Walk and Menorah Lighting, the latest volunteer led effort..... and so much more. 

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TAPinto Berkeley Heights closes out 2016 with a recap of the top 10 stories.

valerie.jpgPedestrian Struck by Vehicle on Plainfield Avenue; County Police Fatality Unit Called

Related article: Valerie R. Ruscitto Remembered by Her Sister

 

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Laurie's journey; This is the new me 

 

 

Lost Dog Reunion: Grant Reunites with Family after Nine Days , photo 1

Lost Dog Reunion: Grant Reunites with Family after Nine Days

 

 

 

 

 

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NJ Monthly Ranks Gov. Livingston High School No. 19 in the State

 

 

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Vito Mondelli Laid to Rest With Military Honors

 

 

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From Donuts to Deadlifts: A Journey of Health and Fitness with Gabriele Fitness & Performance

 

 

 

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Heroic Actions of Postal Worker Saves Life in Berkeley Heights

 

 

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Berkeley Heights Tree Lighting, Fire Works and Winter Walk Brings Thousands to Downtown

 

 

coachesGov. Livingston has 16 Former Baseball Players Taking the Field at the Collegiate Level This Spring

 

 

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