SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ - TRAFFIC ALERT: The fire department has been called to the scene of a truck fire on Route 22 East Bound in front of Grillstone Restaurant causing road to be shut down in the east bound direction at approximately 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday evening.
Truck Fire Snarls Rush Hour Traffic on Route 22 Eastbound in Vicinity of Grillstone Restaurant
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By BARBARA RYBOLTJuly 16, 2018
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Monday, July 16, the celebration of Mt. Carmel Feast continued with a procession around town, a mass at the Church of the Little Flower, and a picnic at Peppertown Park.
The Metropolitan Festival Band played during the morning while walking in the procession, then played during the picnic. The band is a regular feature on Feast Day.
The picnic ...
Berkeley Heights Communications Committee Invites Residents to a Community Feedback Session for upcoming Township Website Development Project
By BERKELEY HEIGHTS COMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEEJuly 16, 2018
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ – The Berkeley Heights Communications Committee (BHCC) invites residents to a “Community Demonstration and Feedback Forum” for upcoming Township Website Development project at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 19 at the Berkeley Heights Town Hall, located at 29 Park Ave.
The BHCC kicked off a Website Modernization Project following a presentation ...
By BARBARA RYBOLTJuly 16, 2018
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Food, fireworks, rides, friends and great music draw the crowds to the annual Mt. Carmel Feast.
Sunday evening the family friendly fireworks display capped off an evening of fun for those who brought the kids to the fair. This was a smaller display than will the one scheduled for Monday night that will conclude the four-day festival at Mt. Carmel Field, ...
By BARBARA RYBOLTJuly 15, 2018
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ – Before the final vote on the $4 million supplemental bond issue took place last week, Mayor Robert Woodruff gave an impassioned speech on the reasons why a new municipal complex was needed and how it came to be financed and located along the NJ Transit Tracks, adjacent to the current building.
He based his comment on the old saying, “The face of a town is the ...
By LILLIAN SHUPEJuly 15, 2018
BEDMINSTER TWP., N.J. — The backdrop of historic Hamilton Farm was appropriate for a horse show that was reminiscent of a time long ago.
All the classes in the show on July 14 were ridden in side saddles. The show followed three days of Camp Leaping Horn where riders learned from top clinicians from around the world. The classes included modern as well as historic attired for ladies. On ...
By BARBARA RYBOLTJuly 13, 2018
MOUNTAINSIDE, NJ – Contractors and employees spent the past week polishing, training and putting the finishing touches on the interior of Arbor Terrace Mountainside. On Monday, July 16, the first residents will be moving in.
On Thursday, July 12, Senior Care Counselor Maria Owens gave TAPinto a guided tour of the three-story senior living facility which provides both assisted living ...
By GUY KIPPJuly 13, 2018
WESTFIELD, NJ - A ruptured chlorine drum has forced closure of Nomahegan Swim Club on Springfield Avenue Friday afternoon.
According to a Westfield police officer on the scene, a 1,000-gallon drum of chlorine ruptured.
In addition to the swim club being closed, some area streets around the swim club near the border of Mountainside and Springfield have been cordoned off. According to one ...