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AMAZING, SPACIOUS, PRIVATE FIVE BEDROOM HOME!

Posted March 11, 2019 By Barbara Lewis

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ON THE END OF A CUL DE SAC YOU WILL FIND A HIDDEN GEM WITH A GORGEOUS LIGHT FILLED FAMILY ROOM, LARGE LEVEL LOT AND EXPANSIVE RECREATION / BAR/ ENTERTAINING. With 5 spacious bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, privacy and extra storage everywhere from garage to office.  As you enter the open flow of kitchen, dining and light filled family room will expand to your lifestyle.  The family room also opens out on to your private deck.  The master en suite provides privacy and convenience.  On the lower level you will find 2 bedrooms and a full bath as well as open areas for office and entertainment.  You cannot find more space for potential mother/daughter with expansive living areas.   Solar.

Berkeley Heights offers top schools, excellent recreation areas and a convenient commute.

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In the Penalty Box with a Physical Therapist

In a high-impact sport like hockey, players risk injury at any given moment. Injuries occur very quickly and can range from mild to serious. Most hockey injuries occur at the shoulder joint, including clavicle fractures, labral tears, acromioclavicular joint sprain/separation, and shoulder dislocations due to checking, blocking, and hitting into boards. Others include overuse injuries, ...

In Westfield, NJ, a Dream to Help People Live Better Through Food at Fettle + Fare

March 17, 2019

Opening a new restaurant is rarely an easy task, and for Fettle + Fare owner Amanda Vargas, who has multiple sclerosis and is legally blind, the journey to create her shop in Westfield, NJ, was extra challenging. 

It was here that she created a space that is more to her than a place to find tasty, nutritious food. It’s a symbol of growth and helping others ...

For Parents Like Me, Pot Legalization in New Jersey is a Dilemma

I like Gov. Phil Murphy, but he's making a liar out of me. Me and millions of parents. For a couple of generations now, mothers and fathers have been warning children about the dangers of pot smoking. Now the governor comes along and tells them there is no Santa Claus.

I’ve been warning my children about pot for 20 years. That’s not exaggeration. It started when my ...

Mayor’s Corner, March 2019

Spring is around the corner, and we’re working hard to continue to deliver services to the residents of Berkeley Heights and increase communication. We want to further utilize social media to open up government to the residents and increase your sense of connectedness to your local Administration!

Our Department of Public Works (DPW) crew has been working tirelessly to ensure that our ...

What is the Berkeley Heights Board of Education Doing?

March 20, 2019

Dear Editor,

It’s been over eight months since the Berkeley Heights teacher contract has expired. Many students came to voice their concerns about the teacher contract at the Board of Education meeting on March 14. The Board’s response to the students who spoke, myself included, made us question their leadership.

One main student concern is acquiring teacher recommendations. We ...

Things to do with Kids: Library Happenings

March 21, 2019

"Things to do with kids" is sponsored by The Goddard School of Long Hill." This column will provide a round up of interesting things to do with kids in and around the area. To kick off the column, we wanted you to get familiar with the local libraries and their weekly happenings and upcoming special events.

 

Berkeley Heights Library Happenings:

110 Roosevelt Ave, ...

My CPA says, ‘extend.’  What does that mean to me?

Spring is here! Birds are chirping, flowers are blooming and…  the individual tax filing deadline of April 15th is right around the corner.   Your CPA or paid tax preparer may suggest you file a tax filing extension.  You may ask: “What is that? How will that affect me? Will it subject me to an audit?” Below you will find a quick FAQ to get you up to speed on all ...

Union County Offers Free Scrap Metal Recycling

March 21, 2019

The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders reminds residents and business owners that free countywide scrap metal recycling drop-off locations are open twice a month beginning on April 4, at the service yard in Rahway River Park and at the Emergency Services Building in Cranford.  

A wide variety of metal goods, from household appliances to gutters and sheds, are included in the ...

Lady Owls Win First Game at National Championship Tournament to Advance

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The championship tournament is being held in Harrison, Arkansas at Pioneer Pavilion through March ...

Township of Berkeley Heights Offers Taxpayers ACH Option to Pay Their Quarterly Taxes

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - The Township is now offering our taxpayers the ability to pay their quarterly taxes through a pre-authorized electronic payment system.

In the same way many residents may have utility payments, mortgage payments or credit-card payments automatically deducted from their accounts electronically, Berkeley Heights taxpayers soon can have withdrawals taken from their ...

Mayor Devanney Launches Her Own Official Facebook Page

Mayor Angie Devanney has launched her official Facebook page. You can follow it at https://www.facebook.com/MayorAngie.

This is another first in Berkeley Heights; no other mayor in Berkeley Heights’ history had their own official Facebook page. 

In this era of social media proliferation, Mayor Devanney said she recognizes the need to utilize this medium to connect ...

By 6-1 Tally, Summit School Board Advances FDK to Final Hurdle; Board President Casts Lone Dissenting Vote

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If the Board of School Estimate (BOSE) approves the budget at ...

Scandal!

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