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Planning Board Approves Site Plan Application for Berkeley Heights YMCA Facility on Locust Avenue

July 21, 2018

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ – Plans by the Summit YMCA to build a new outdoor pool and a 32,000+ square-foot building at the site of the Community Pool on Locust Avenue are moving ahead.

It took a little more than two hours Wednesday night for the applicants to receive preliminary and final site plan approval from the planning board for the new building. During the course of the hearing, ...

Lantern Hill Launches Valet Parking for Guests

Lantern Hill, a premier Erickson Living retirement community in New Providence, New Jersey has launched a valet parking service for guests of residents and other visitors to the campus. Valet parking is available from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., 7 days a week.

“We’ve received a very positive response from residents and guests about our valet service,” said Security and ...

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Lassus Wherley joins Private Wealth Division at Peapack Gladstone Bank

 

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ – Lassus Wherley & Associates, P.C., a private wealth management firm, with its headquarters in New Providence and a second office in Bonita Springs, Fla., has joined the private wealth management division at Peapack-Gladstone Bank as a subsidiary,

Last week Lassus Wherley CEO Clare E. Wherley said “Nothing will change.” She and President ...

Gov. Livingston 2018 Graduate Nicholas Kwan Receives Suburban Chamber of Commerce Foundation Scholarship for Outstanding Community Service

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Gov. Livingston 2018 graduate Nicholas Kwan was the Berkeley Heights recipient of the Suburban Chamber of Commerce Foundation Scholarship in the amount of $1,500 for his outstanding community service. Dr. Patrick Smith of Smith Chiropractic and the Vice Chairman of the Suburban Chamber of Commerce presented the scholarship to Kwan at an awards ceremony at Gov. Livingston ...

Girl Scouts Heart of New Jersey Opens Camp DeWitt Conference Center and Activity Building

If you don’t know by now, Girl Scouts is much more than cookies, crafts, and summer camp.

In fact, the Girl Scouts Heart of New Jersey say they should host your next professional business conference, special event, or any other big celebration in which you are looking to seriously impress.

Look no further than Camp DeWitt in Hillsborough, the site of Girl Scout camping for 60 years in ...

Successful Dog Adoptions at The Grove at Connell Park

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - After The Connell Company employees had an hour orientation session, they were ready for their first Home for Good Dogs adoption event that was open to the public. The event was held at The Grove, nestled in the center of Connell Park in Berkeley Heights, last week.

Connell Park always has a lot of walkers during lunch hour and The Grove is a natural destination for ...

6th Annual Berkeley Heights Street Fair Kicks off Summer Season Drawing Thousands (Photo Gallery)

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - The Suburban Chamber of Commerce kicked off the summer season with its sixth annual Berkeley Heights Street Fair on Sunday with live entertainment, artisan crafters, food vendors, rides and games.

Thousands of residents and visitors, young and old, enjoyed food trucks, vendors, live music, rides, games and visited with the local business owners, politicians, emergency ...

Dennis Toft Appointed to New Jersey Chamber of Commerce's Executive Committee

Denis Toft of Berkeley Heights and Chair of Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi’s (CSG) Environmental Group, has been appointed as a member of and environmental lead for the Executive Committee of the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce.

A business advocacy organization, the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce supports legislation, regulation and initiatives that will lead to economic growth, job ...

'Rewirement' Luncheon Teaches Clients to Retire on Purpose

BASKING RIDGE, NJ - About a dozen clients gathered at Veneto Ristorante last Monday afternoon over some sandwiches, paninis, and good company, hosted by Walter Pardo (CEO)  and Jill Biagio (Client Relations) of Wealth Financial Partners (WFP.) 

The crowd was walked through an interactive and informative presentation that shined a unique perspective on those ...

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Local people with disabilities measure success and shortcomings of Americans with Disabilities Act

July 22, 2018

Local people with disabilities this month are lauding progress made since enactment of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) 28 years ago, but also point to the remaining distance between where they stand today and equal access to all sectors of the community.

Signed into law by President George H.W. Bush on July 26, 1990, the ADA prohibits discrimination against individuals based on ...