Open House 14 Oxbow Dr.

 This turn key home is an entertainers delight! Spacious covered deck off the dining room offers elevated views of your in ground heated pool or enjoy your 325 sq. ft. bluestone patio (w/ retractable  awning). Inside your open floor plan offers large LR w/ gas fireplace and updated kitchen. Gracious foyer welcomes you to ground level family room or retreat to large finished basement! 3 large bedrooms await you upstairs. While you may only notice it when the power is out, your new home has a whole house natural gas generator! Home is conveniently located in one of NP's most desirable neighborhoods just one block to NYC bus, convenient to both NP train stations, half mile to award winning MS/HS & less than mile to AWR Elementary. Come see all this beautiful home offers! National School District of Character!

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  1. Joe Eberle
  2. 908-868-4800
Sun, October 06
12:00 pm — 5:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 10/06/2019 12:00pm 10/06/2019 5:00pm America/New_York Open House 14 Oxbow Dr.

This turn key home is an entertainers delight! Spacious covered deck off the dining room offers elevated views of your in ground heated pool or enjoy your 325 sq. ft. bluestone patio (w/ retractable awning). Inside your open floor plan offers large LR w/ gas fireplace and updated kitchen. Gracious foyer welcomes you to ground level family room or retreat to large finished basement! 3 large ...

14 Oxbow Dr. New Providence, TN 07974

14 Oxbow Dr.
New Providence, TN 07974

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Give a man a fish, feed him for a day; Teach a man to fish, feed him for a lifetime

October 21, 2019

I believe shared services is a good thing. It is very cost-effective and gives more resources to perform better duties. But in the case of the DPW, in my opinion, Team Purple has used these shared services to cover up an unproductive Road Department. Mayor Devanney brought in a new Director, who is very good at his job to fix a broken department. But, he can only do so much with so little time ...

Berkeley Heights Board of Education Candidate Angela Penna; Our Voice, Our Vote

I am currently the president of the Berkeley Heights PTO, a Trustee for the Berkeley Heights Education Foundation (BHEF) and a Realtor in the community. I started my volunteer career at Mary Kay McMillin (MKM) Early Childhood Center as a Special Education Liaison for the PTO in 2007 when my younger son Michael entered the pre-Kindergarten program. I worked with the district, teachers and child ...

Dr. Shengwu Du Runs for Board of Ed to Provide a Diversity of Ideas and Experiences

My name is Dr Shengwu Du.   I am running for Berkeley Heights Board of Ed this year.  

I was approached to run for the Board of Ed to add diversity by representing the under-represented Asian community in Berkeley Heights. Personally I don't think we need to focus on race,  but rather focus on qualifications and independent thought. The focus here really needs to be who can ...

Join the BHVRS in Voting YES to the Ballot Question on Tuesday, November 5th

October 16, 2019

Dear fellow residents, 

As you may know, Berkeley Heights residents have an important Referendum on the ballot on Tuesday, November 5th. Together with my fellow volunteers, I am asking you to join me in voting YES to the ballot question on the Berkeley Heights Volunteer Rescue Squad. It will keep this critical service going forward at an average cost to residents of less than $2 a ...

Competing for a Better SAT and ACT Score

October 19, 2019

Of the roughly 551,000 high school basketball players in the 2017-2018 school year, about .1% of them will end up being drafted into the NBA.¹  Of the roughly 2,000,000 high school students who took the ACT in 2017, similarly, about .1% of them achieved a perfect score.²

Why make this comparison?  Because students and parents can sometimes get frustrated by how difficult it ...

Is Your Child Bullying Others? Look for these five signs

Bullying is an unsettling topic for any parent, but it’s an important one as it can start early. Read this article to pinpoint five behaviors that could point to bullying and learn what you can do to teach your child awareness.

Observe your child in different settings if you have concerns, and look for these signs:

Increasingly makes fun of or tries to aggravate younger children or ...

Mayor’s Corner- Municipal Complex Edition Week Ending 10/18/19

We are always trying to find more ways to communicate with the community. Some of the feedback we received from our residents this weekend is that they would like a variety of channels to get information about the municipal complex that is currently under construction. I will provide information through TapInto in my Mayor’s Corner on a regular basis in a column called “Mayor’s ...

Dear Susan: Beauty Tips from a Beauty Expert - Hair Loss

Dear Susan, 

Why do I notice more hair loss in the fall? How do I care for my scalp? 

Finding hair in your brush is completely normal as we shed hair daily. However, excessive hair loss may call for more attention. Hair loss can start as young as thirteen years old and is seen more in men due to having more hormones and releasing more toxins than women. 

Hair loss happens ...

Union County Volunteers Bring Tree Education Program to 4th Grade Classrooms

October 21, 2019

Union County educators looking for a fun activity for their students can sign up for a special presentation by the volunteer 4-H Master Tree Stewards of Union County.

Now in its 25th year, the Tree Steward program provides fourth grade classes across the county with an hour-long interactive lesson on tree biology, tree products, tree care, and tree appreciation.

“The Master Tree ...

Dance, Visual Art, Plays and Poetry Will Be Presented At Arts Access Program's Full Circle: Art Without Limits

PEAPACK -- "All of my plays," says Amy Myers, "are about stories of my life. Playwriting is a way that I get my feelings out." Myers, the daughter of Rockaway residents Bill and Peggy Myers, is an artist in the Matheny Medical and Educational Center's Arts Access Program, which empowers individuals with disabilities to fully express themselves in the creative arts. Amy, ...

“Reel in and Recycle” to Reduce Litter in Local Waterways

The mild fall weather continues to attract anglers to lakes and ponds in Union County parks, and now they have a convenient way to safely dispose of used fishing line. Specially designed “Reel in and Recycle” bins are now located at several popular fishing spots throughout the County parks system.

The new bins are part of an effort to reduce litter in local waterways. They are ...

Immediate Enrollment Opportunities at the Edison Job Corps Center in New Jersey

Free career training and education for individuals 16–24 years old

EDISON, NJ -- The Edison Job Corps Center has immediate openings for individuals seeking free career training in the nation’s leading industries, including automotive repair, construction, finance and business, health care, hospitality, and information technology.

Offered by the U.S. Department of Labor, Job ...

Reward Offered in Watchung Hit and Run, Council Approves Safety Resolution

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WATCHUNG, NJ - A reward of up to $1,500 is being offered by Somerset County Crime Stoppers for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the individual or individuals responsible for a hit-and-run in the Borough on Oct. 8.

In response to the hit-and-run, the Watchung Borough Council approved a resolution on Thursday calling on Somerset County to assist in improving safety on Valley ...