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NJ Pizzeria Hopes to Break Record with Enormous Flag Pizza

June 24, 2019

This story first ran on TAPinto Westfield.

The pizza slices served at Westfield's train station Saturday night were not from your average pie.

Burim Regjaj and his staff at Outta Hand Pizza assembled and baked the 9-foot by 4-foot Sicilian pizza showing the red, white and blue of the American flag for Westfield’s “Summer Movie Night Kickoff” festivities. The event drew ...

Everyone Can “Bite Back” against Mosquitoes in Union County

June 24, 2019

UNION COUNTY, NJ - As summer begins in earnest, the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders asks residents, businesses and visitors alike to help reduce the mosquito population.

“Mosquito control is something that everyone can help with, and it makes a big difference,” said Freeholder Chair Bette Jane Kowalski. “Aside from being itchy and annoying, mosquito bites can spread ...

Compassionate Leadership is The BAYADA WAY

June 24, 2019

What a year it’s been: first we went nonprofit and now this! Thanks to a 90% approval rating from our employees’ reviews, David Baiada was named to Glassdoor’s 2019 Top CEOs list for the first time.

Following the footsteps of Chairman and Founder Mark Baiada – who was named to the list in 2017 – David is humbled by the recognition and what it represents: when ...

Excitement in Newark as New Jersey Devils Prepare for 2019 First Overall Pick

June 21, 2019

With the first overall pick in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft, the New Jersey Devils could select one of two young players who have been coined as “generational” talents by analysts and scouts across the league. Making this decision all the more exciting is that the second overall pick in this year’s draft belongs to the Devils’ rivals across the Hudson in the New York Rangers.

Sorry Board of Education It’s just too late now

June 11, 2019

The ongoing teachers contract dispute with the Berkeley Heights Board of Education has produced some very unfortunate feelings in our community. Among these are anger, hostility, resentment and a general sense of playing hard ball. But perhaps the most traumatic consequence of the staunch stance by the Board is the general feeling of a lack of respect for teachers by the Board. Regardless of if ...