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By D. DUNCANMay 26, 2018
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Will Jennings slugged a pair of two run homers and DJ Gonnelli pitched a complete game three hitter as Gov. Livingston defeated South Plainfield 11-2 in the quarter finals of the Central Jersey, Group II tournament, Thursday afternoon in Berkeley Heights.
Gov. Livingston, the No. 1 seed, raised their season record to 22-3-1, and like they have ...
May 25, 2018
BERKELEY HEIGHTS—Wharton Institute for the Performing Arts (WIPA) will host a Summer Open House on Friday, June 1 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. The free event is open to the public and will be held at the Performing Arts School located at 60 Locust Avenue in Berkeley Heights. The open house will feature demo classes centered around summer camp offerings and light refreshments will be served.
By BERNADETTE CUCCAROMay 25, 2018
The Borough of New Providence and American Legion Post #433 invite all to attend this year’s Memorial Day Parade on Monday, May 28, 2018. The parade will begin at 10:00 a.m., rain or shine, at Springfield and Central avenues. Post 433 and the New Providence Community Activities Department have co-sponsored the town’s Memorial Day Parade for more than 65 years. The parade, ...
By MAYOR ROBERT WOODRUFFMay 25, 2018
On Monday, May 28, 2018, our Nation celebrates our most solemn event, Memorial Day. In Berkeley Heights tradition, we will honor those who sacrificed themselves so that we may continue to live in the greatest country on earth. I invite all residents to join us for the parade festivities and, most importantly, gather at our Veteran’s Park for a brief ceremony.
America has ...
By MARIANNE IVERSMay 25, 2018
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ – The Borough Council approved and held a public hearing on the ordinance to reduce the speed limit on Mountain Avenue between South Street and Division Avenue from 40/mph to 35/mph at its Monday, May 21 meeting. However, the council decided more discussion is needed to reduce the speed from 45/mph to 40 mph west of Glenside Road at the South Street intersection.
By LILLIAN SHUPEMay 25, 2018
OCEANPORT, N.J. — The New Jersey Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association, which operates Monmouth Park is seeking damages for lost revenues it claims was the result of a long legal battle over sports betting.
The association filed a motion seeking damages in the New Jersey District Court in Trenton on May 24.
The Supreme Court recently ruled that a federal law banning sports betting ...