Columbia Middle School Graduation Moves Inside Due to Extreme Heat

June 18, 2018

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Due to excessive heat on Monday, the Columbia Middle School Graduation will be held indoors at the Kenneth Stiefel Theatre at Gov. Livingston High School.

There is limited seating and admission will be limited to those with tickets. There will be a live broadcast on the GLTV YouTube Channel. as well as on their cable channels Comcast 34 and ...

Rotary Scholarships Awarded to Governor Livingston Students

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - On June 13, four graduating Governor Livingston students received scholarships from the Rotary Club of Berkeley Heights. The presentation and dinner took place at Chimney Rock Inn in Gillette, where Douglas Ladzinski, Grace Pitingolo, Keren Amkraut and Sarah Lalavee were awarded their scholarships. Pictured left to right ...

Gov. Livingston Class of 2018 Celebrates Senior Prom Night!

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Glitz and glamour filled the air as Gov. Livingston High School held its annual Senior Prom at Mayfair Farms in West Orange last Friday, June 8.  

We asked readers to send their photos. Click on the photos to see these young men and women dressed to the nines for the event of the season.

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Performing Arts School Recognizes Graduating Seniors

BERKELEY HEIGHTS—Wharton Institute for the Performing Arts (WIPA) recognized 15 graduating seniors on Monday evening for Senior Night at the Performing Arts School (PAS) located at 60 Locust Avenue in Berkeley Heights.

Eight students performed for the event: Katherine Buchan of Summit, who has been studying flute at PAS for 13 years and will attend Carnegie Mellon University; Bridget ...

Chatham Middle School Evacuated After Construction Workers Hit Gas Main

CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham Middle School students were evacuated from the building about 11 a.m. Wednesday morning after construction workers at the school hit a gas main.

Members of the Chatham Borough Police Department and Chatham Borough Volunteer Fire Department said that the evacuation was precautionary and that PSE&G would determine when it was safe to return.

CMS students were moved ...

VIDEO: Berkeley Heights School Board Honors Students for Academic and Athletic Achievements

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ – More than 100 students received recognition for their academic, artistic, and athletic achievements at the annual “Honoring Outstanding Students” event.

Among those honored were Student Representatives to the Board of Education, senior James Pitingolo, who has served two years, and Junior Mikayla Sanchez. Sanchez was not at the event. 

The ...

Chatham Middle School Student 'Struck' by Backhoe Walking to CMS; Precautionary Hospital Evaluation, Summons Issued

CHATHAM, NJ - A 14-year-old Chatham student was struck by a backhoe while walking on the sidewalk toward the Chatham Middle School on the morning of Tuesday, June 12, according to a report issued by the Chatham Borough Police Department.

The student was taken to Morristown Medical Center for a precautionary evaluation.

Chatham police responded to the call that came in at 7:36 a.m., ...

TAPinto Spotlight on Business features Santa Fe Childcare Center

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - TAPinto "Spotlight on Business" features local businesses and their owners who are important to our communities. Follow this column to receive a fresh perspective on small business owners and their unique needs while shining a spotlight on their stories.

This edition features Santa Fe Childcare Centers, an independent, family owned daycare for over 20 years ...

Governor Livingston High School Takes Lead Role in Community Alcohol Awareness Campaign to Save Lives

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Over the next few weeks the Berkeley Heights and Mountainside communities will be seeing "Parents Who Host, Lose the Most" signs and banners around town. The program is to raise public awareness and educate parents and their children about the health, safety and legal risks of serving alcohol at teen parties.

Governor Livingston High School Student Assistance ...

District Director of Health, Physical Education and Athletics Ann Clifton to Stay in Berkeley Heights

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ – Ann Clifton, the director of health, physical education and athletics will stay in the Berkeley Heights School District. The Board of Education voted to rescind the acceptance of her resignation at the June 7 meeting.

The board had accepted Clifton’s resignation from her position at the May 10 meeting.

Twelve days later, on May 22, a report in The Citizen ...

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Union County College Foundation 3rd Annual “Close the Gap” Cocktail Reception is July 11

June 17, 2018

CRANFORD – The Union County College Foundation is hosting its Third Annual “Close the Gap” Cocktail Reception on July 11 in the Victor M. Richel Student Commons on the Cranford campus. This campaign supports the College’s strategic initiative to help shrink the achievement gap that exists for African American students and will also provide financial assistance to help ...