Governor Livingston Girls Swim Team Honored at Berkeley Heights School Board Meeting

March 21, 2018

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ -- Members of the Governor Livingston Girls Swim Team were recognized for their achievements during the season on Monday. The team won the 2018 Central Jersey Group C Championships for the second straight season.

Head Coach David Closs introduced the team members meeting and his Assistant Coach Sharon Leahy at the school board meeting.

Closs said, “I ...

Mountainside Schools to Open with 2 Hour Delay Thursday, March 22

MOUNTAINSIDE, NJ - Mountianside Public Schools will open subject to a two hour delay, Thursday, March 22 due to anticipated road conditions.

Hillsborough: Suspended HS Athletic Director Charged with Theft

HILLSBOROUGH, NJ - Suspended Hillsborough High School Athletic Director Michael Fanizzi has been arrested and charged with the theft of $10,704 in athletic event receipts over a four-year period from 2013-2017, according to Somerset County Prosecutor Michael H. Robertson.

Fanizzi, 53, a resident of Conover Way in Hillsborough who had been athletics director for 14 years,, had been suspended ...

Gov. Livingston Newspaper and Year Book Students Attend Annual Columbia Scholastic Press Association Convention

NEW YORK, NJ - Governor Livingston Yearbook and Newspaper members attended CSPA’s (Columbia Scholastic Press Association) 94th annual Spring Scholastic convention at Columbia University from March 15 to 16. Students had the opportunity to participate in the 350+ sessions that the convention had to offer.

Yearbook and Newspaper students attended classes that touched on a wide ...

Troop 368 Celebrates 9 Eagle Scouts in One Year

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Boy Scout Troop 368 of Berkeley Heights is celebrating the award of nine Eagle Scouts of 2017, with eight more in the works so far in 2018.

Aside from being the highest rank a Boy Scout can earn, Eagle Scout confers many advantages in life. College admissions recognize the award, giving students an advantage. Eagles are also eligible for scholarships open only to ...

Rutgers voices support for proposed state budget

NEW BRUNSWICK - Rutgers University officials have often been wary of the governor's annual budget message, wondering what type of budget cuts the university may sustain and how it would potentially impact tuition and the overall quality of education.

This budget message, delivered March 13, appears to be a sigh of relief.

Pete McDonough, Vice President of External Affairs at ...

The Addams Family, The NPHS Spring Musical Spirits It’s Way to the Stage

Come out and see Wednesday on Friday (or Saturday).

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - If you were to wander into the New Providence High School auditorium early last week you would have found a hive of activity centered mostly around the main stage which is presently dominated by The Addams Family mansion, complete with a sweeping double staircase and stonework on either side. At the ...

Jonathan Dayton’s Spring Musical ‘Cinderella’ Opens Friday

SPRINGFIELD, NJ – This year’s Jonathan Dayton spring musical production is Cinderella.  The cast includes 30 performers, two stage managers, and 14 crew members. The orchestra is comprised of students, three Jonathan Dayton High School teachers and a few professional musicians.

There are four performances.  The cast is performing two weekends of Cinderella this year, on ...

Deerfield Middle School Presents ‘Beauty and the Beast’

MOUNTAINSIDE, NJ – The curtain rises on ‘Beauty and the Beast’ at KDeerfield Middle School this weekend at 7 p.m. on Friday, March 16 and continues through Sunday, March 18.

This is the full-length version of the musical Beauty and the Beast, as written by Alan Menken, with lyrics by Howard Ashman and Tim Rice, and book by Linda Woolverton. It’s the ...

Hundreds Participate in Student Led National School Walkout at Gov. Livingston High School

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Hundreds of students at Gov. Livingston High School participated in the National School Walkout on Wednesday to honor the victims of the Parkland school shooting in Florida on February 14 and to have their voices heard on gun violence and school safety. Students in all grades gathered behind the school at 10 a.m. for 17 minutes.


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Rutgers University Percussionist Leads Day of Percussion at New Jersey Youth Symphony April 14

March 22, 2018

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ—Traveling by car and bus from Albany, Paterson, and New Brunswick, over 70 young percussionist from middle school to undergrad will convene at 570 Central Avenue in New Providence on Saturday, April 14 for a Day of Percussion. Led by Rutgers University Mason Gross School of the Art’s Head of Percussion, Joseph Tompkins, students from New Providence and surrounding ...