| June 20, 2015
Assemblywoman Mila Jasey (D-Essex/Morris) issued the following statement regarding the Wednesday evening shooting at Emanuel ...
| June 7, 2015
Let me be crystal clear—as a parent, a former school board member and now as an Assemblywoman, I support our public system of ...
| May 2, 2015
As we mark the end of Autism Awareness month, I would like to share the challenges that we, as parents, confront each day as we try to give ...
| April 8, 2015
To The Editor: The American Red Cross North Jersey Region is honoring its volunteers and the work they do in the community during ...
| March 26, 2015
To the Editor, There seems to be confusion about how a school bond referendum interfaces with the operating budget upon which ...
| March 11, 2015
Dear Editor: I am writing on behalf of the Friendly Sons of the Shillelagh Association located at 648 Prospect Avenue, West Orange,
| February 28, 2015
Members of the Board and Dr. LaSusa: As I indicated at the open forum meeting at Chatham High School on Feb. 28, I request that the ...
| February 20, 2015
Dear Superintendent Crisfield: As a graduate of the Millburn Public Schools (Class of 1991) where you currently serve as ...
| February 14, 2015
Valentine’s Day: a time for pink hearts, red bows, and white lace; a time for chocolate boxes and rose bouquets, candlelight ...
| February 14, 2015
NOTE FROM THE EDITOR: Livingston resident, Justin Escher Alpert, whose daughter Skylar testified in front of the State Board of ...
| February 11, 2015
To the Editor: Recently TAP into Chatham ran a letter to the editor about the proposed Chatham school referendum, suggesting that ...
| November 13, 2014
As a newly elected member to the South Orange Maplewood Board of Education, I want to thank the community for giving me an opportunity ...
| November 12, 2014
It is impressive how Livingston High School offers 27 AP classes. It just goes to show how lucky these kids are to live in this area ...
| November 7, 2014
Being a parent who is very passionate about the game of Basketball, I feel it is time to speak up with regard to ...
| November 2, 2014
Dear Editor; I am writing in support of Livingston Councilwoman Deborah Shapiro who is seeking re-election in the November 4th ...
| October 31, 2014
On Tuesday, Livingston voters will go to the polls in the election” for Town Council. We have the 7 candidates for 3 Town Council ...
| October 7, 2014
Letter to the Editor: Well, we just had our 3rd hearing on the swap. We were given cost comparisons and details of the ...
| October 3, 2014
MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Morris County Historical Society at Acorn Hall is pleased to announce that it is a recipient of a FY 2015 General ...
| October 2, 2014
As Vice President of Livingston Education Foundation (LEF) I would like to solicit all readers to make their reservations to join us in ...
| October 1, 2014
Our founding fathers built our nation on a platform of civic engagement. It is our duty, as Americans, to not only vote every election,
| September 23, 2014
Too often, we as Americans find ourselves reflecting on senseless violence as each year 31,000 Americans perish as a consequence of a ...
| July 29, 2014
Over the past year, I’ve spoken with hundreds of Democrats, Republicans and Independents across Northern New Jersey. We discussed ...
| June 25, 2014
Currently a major fiscal battle is taking place between Republicans and Democrats in the state government regarding New Jersey’s ...
| June 23, 2014
Should we as a nation mandate voting by our citizens in every election under penalty of law? My election day polling site was ...
May 23, 2014
To the Editor: In the June 3 Republican Primary Election, Chatham Township voters should seriously consider voting for Kathy Abbott ...
Letters to the Editor
TAP Into Another Town's News:
By DANIELLE SANTOLA
TUCSON, Ariz. - Kirk Perrini, a 1984 Livingston High School graduate now living in Tucson, Ariz., is looking to his Livingston friends and family to help support his daughter in her longtime dream to ...
By ADMIT U CONSULTANTS
Start Early!! Visit Schools – even if you think your parents are annoying on campus tours. Buckle Down ...
By LACC PRESIDENT MONTE EHRENKRANZ
The Livingston Area Chamber of Commerce has had a busy spring networking at different Chamber member locations. Our Chamber has grown over the past year due to the interest in our monthly network ...
By MARILYN LEHREN
LIVINGSTON, NJ — Fifth graders celebrated the year's end with awards assemblies and the traditional “clap outs” on their final day as elementary-school students. The awards ...
By COLLEGE BENEFITS RESEARCH GROUP
CBRG sheds light on why crowdfunding sites for tuition are not a sustainable option- Figuring out how to pay for college can be a worrisome and stressful task for students and families.
By ERIN STERNTHAL
WEST ORANGE, NJ - For seventh grade Golda Och Academy student Rebecca Casel, balancing a dual curriculum and ballet classes has definitely been keeping her on her toes. This coming year,