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Photos: Best Places for Fall Foliage in Somerset Hills and New Jersey

November 13, 2018

SOMERSET HILLS, NJ - Fall foliage has been at its peak the last few weeks in the Somerset HIlls region, and TAPinto Somerset Hills is sharing some of the best local places enjoy the autumn foliage.

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Free Acres Celebrates Farmhouse Renovation with Ribbon Cutting and Dedication of New Laurel Hessing Center for Arts and Archives (Photo Gallery)

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Free Acres section of Berkeley Heights off of Emerson Lane recently celebrated the completion of the historic Farmhouse renovations with a dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony. The opening of this wonderful building means so much to all past and present residents of Free Acres.

The Farmhouse was in disrepair and was uninhabitable since Hurricane Sandy damage ...

Valerie Diamond Receives State-wide ANJEC 2018 Environmental Achievement Award for Val’s Valiants Litter Clean-Ups

WEST WINDSOR, NJ - At its 45th Environmental Congress held on October 12, 2018 at Mercer County Community College in West Windsor, the Association of New Jersey Environmental Commissions (ANJEC) presented Val’s Valiants of Berkeley Heights with its prestigious 2018 Environmental Achievement Award in recognition of the group’s accomplishment in local environmental protection ...

Berkeley Heights Approves Community Garden, Calls for Applicants

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Now that the Township Council has approved the Learning Community Garden, the Berkeley Heights Environmental Commission is putting out a call for people to submit applications.  The purpose of the garden is to give people a chance to grow vegetables on a fenced plot.  

The location for the plots is the Littel-Lord property, located at Mountain Avenue and ...

Summit Speech School “Going Green”

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ – Summit Speech School, a non-profit organization that teaches deaf or hard of hearing children to listen and talk, has announced its New Providence facility will transition to solar power.

“As a responsible organization that works with children, our conscience guides us to make every reasonable effort to protect the health of our natural environment, and ...

“Saving the Great Swamp”: Warren Township Green Team and Watchung Hills Environmental Club to Host Movie Night


WARREN, NJ - The Warren Township Green Team, in partnership with the Watchung Hills Regional High School Environmental Club, will hold a free showing of “Saving The Great Swamp: Battle to Defeat the Jetport, ” on Oct. 18, at 7 p.m. in the South Auditorium at Watchung Hills Regional High ...

Westfield Conservation Center Taking More Items for Recycling, Reuse, Including Toys for Kids in Need

WESTFIELD, NJ — The town of Westfield unveiled new recycling opportunities at its conservation center Wednesday, including a partnership with Second Chance Toys, which collects plastic toys, cleans them and gives them local to organizations that serve children in need.

New sheds, paid for with a grant from Union County, allow county residents to drop off the following items to be ...

New Providence's Sustainability Committee's First FreecycleFest a Success

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - On Saturday, Sept. 29, the gravel parking lot outside American Legion Post 433 transformed into a camping ground for New Providence residents’ old tables and dressers, mismatched chairs, and sporting equipment their children had grown out of.

Inside the post building, smaller household items were heaped on folding tables, books covered several square feet of the ...


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Bernice’s Place Cub Scouts learn fire building and character skills

November 6, 2018

Elizabeth, NJ – November 1, 2018—On Thursday, November 1, 2018 Cub Scouts from Pack 118 chartered to Bernice’s Place at the Elizabeth Coalition to House the Homeless learned basic fire building skills while demonstrating various character traits exemplified in the Boy Scout Law.

Patriots’ Path Council of the Boy Scouts of America has partnered with the Elizabeth ...