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Girl Scouts Continue Tradition of Caroling at Autumn Lake Healthcare at Berkeley Heights

December 14, 2017

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - There was a large turnout for the Girl Scout caroling event at Autumn Lake on Wednesday.

All the girls took part in the fun of singing familiar holiday songs and giving ornaments and treats to the residents of Autumn Lake Healthcare at Berkeley Heights. The girls spent several days making little gifts for the residents and they were all very excited ...

Lantern Hill Residents Donate More Than $68,000 to Staff Appreciation Fund

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Residents of Lantern Hill, a distinctive Erickson Living retirement community in New Providence raised more than $68,000 for the community’s Staff Appreciation Fund. The annual campaign is organized each year as a way for the residents to say “thank you” to non-management hourly employees who provide a variety of resident services at the ...

American Legion's Tastiest Holiday Tradition Offers Classic Home-Baked Favorite Cookies by the Thousands

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - The New Providence American Legion Post 433 annual Cookie Walk, in its ninth year, is always one of the tastiest of holiday events drawing a large crowd on a snowy Saturday afternoon. The guests chose cookies from the wide selection of home-baked favorites. Proceeds benefit  the Christopher B. Cosgrove III USMC Memorial Fund which help to pay for necessary ...

"Wreaths Across America" Convoy Stops in Manville on Way to Arlington National Cemetery

MANVILLE, NJ  - What has become known as the world's largest veterans' parade will pause for a ceremony at Manville High School on Wednesday, Dec. 13 as the Wreaths Across America 18-truck convoy heads to Arlington National Cemetery for the annual wreath-laying on the graves of US veterans.

The convoy is expected to arrive around 9 a.m., driving down Finderne Avenue across the Van ...

Gov. Livingston Athletic Community Gives Back to Support Fellow Highlander Diagnosed with Cancer

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - It didn't take long for the Gov. Livingston community to step in to help the Coyle family, who was going through a difficult time this past fall when their son William, a sophomore at Gov. Livingston High School, was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma in August.

William is a member of the cross county team and brother to GL girls varsity senior ...

Berkeley Heights Plans Hanukkah Party Following Menorah Lighting

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Join in a Hanukkah Celebration  from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 17. The party begins at 4:30 p.m. in Peppertown Park, at Plainfield and Sherman Avenue, when residents and friends take part in the township's Second Annual Menorah Lighting.

After the Menorah Lighting, everyone will gather at the Recreation Center by the Town Hall, where there will be latkes and ...

Relay 2018 Returns to Governor Livingston High School

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - The 2018 Relay for Life of Berkeley Heights, Mountainside, New Providence and Summit will be returning to Governor Livingston High School in Berkeley Heights on June 2-3.

"We are excited about the possibility of Relay for Life returning to Governor Livingston High School in 2018.  This event is an integral part of our community and an incredible ...

Rescue Dog Flies to New Jersey for Surgery and to Seek New Year’s Home

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ – A 7-month-old rescue dog will earn his wings this Sunday as Home for Good Dog Rescue flies him to New Jersey for a surgical procedure that will save his leg from amputation.

Kingsley, a purebred English Springer Spaniel, and 15 other dogs from Home for Good Dog Rescue’s Aiken, SC rescue facility will board the plane of New Jersey pilot Thomas Callahan to land ...

Berkeley Heights Councilwoman Jeanne Kingsley Receives "Tribute to Women Award" by Boy Scouts of America

SPRINGFIELD, NJ - Berkeley Heights Council Vice President Jeanne Kingsley was among the women recently honored at the Boy Scouts of America Tribute to Women Luncheon at Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield. 

Kingsley was among great company being honored including Amanda Parrish Block, Founder GRACE, Summit Junior League; Jennifer Colamedici, Broker of Record RE/MAX Select; Christine ...

March in Westfield Saturday Will Benefit Homeless Veterans

WESTFIELD, NJ — American Legion Post 3 in Westfield will hold its second Annual March-a-Mile to benefit homeless and in-need veterans Saturday, Dec.  9, in Tamaques Park. The march will take place from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.

“The American Legion Department Convention is in Wildwood New Jersey every year,” American Legion Auxiliary Unit 3 President Sharon Knight said.

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Summit Medical Group Foundation to host open house for students interested in health care careers

December 17, 2017

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ  –  Summit Medical Group Foundation welcomes students ages 17 to 20 to attend an open house for the Exploring program. This is an exciting opportunity for local residents and their parents. Please join members of Summit Medical Group Foundation on Wednesday, December 20, at 7:30 p.m. at Summit Medical Group Berkeley Heights Campus, 1 Diamond Hill Rd, Berkeley ...