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Sat, June 6, 9:00 AM

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Free Sapling Giveaway

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Add to My Calendar 06/06/2020 9:00am 06/06/2020 12:00pm America/New_York Free Sapling Giveaway

Sustainable New Providence is pleased to announce the continuation of their annual tree giveaway. Free bareroot saplings provided by the NJ Forest Service will be available for pickup on Saturday June 6th from 9 am – Noon. The pickup location is the New Providence Memorial Library staff parking lot. NP Residents only please. Strict social distancing protocols will be in place. All ...

360 Elkwood Avenue New Providence, NJ 07974
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Mon, June 8, 5:00 AM

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Bulk Collection Zone 1A

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Add to My Calendar 06/08/2020 5:00am 06/08/2020 6:00am America/New_York Bulk Collection Zone 1A

See 2020 Calendar for bulk collection details

360 Elkwood Avenue New Providence, NJ 07974

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Virtual Wildlife Wednesdays for Children in Union County

The Union County Freeholder Board is pleased to announce a new virtual education initiative aimed at teaching children about animals and the important role they play in the environment. 

Wildlife Wednesdays kicks off on Wednesday, July 22nd with a program entitled “Frogs, Toads and Turtles” which will explain the difference between frogs and toads and turtles and ...

Union County Residents: Make One Change

The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders is asking county residents to join a global initiative to reduce their plastic waste during the month of July, and hopefully long after.  Plastic Free July is a world-wide movement that encourages people to become part of the solution to plastic pollution – so we can all have cleaner streets, oceans and beautiful litter-free ...

Libby’s Lunch: Foodies Flock From Near and Far for One Last Bite

August 1, 2020

PATERSON, NJ — Some 30 cars filled to capacity the two parking lots that surround Libby’s Lunch on McBride Avenue.

Word was out Monday evening that Libby’s Lunch — a restaurant long known for its chili dogs — would be closed permanently by the end of the week. Customers had come for one last chance to say goodbye to Libby’s.

“The food is what makes ...

New Jersey Youth Symphony Receives 2020 New Music USA Project Grant Award

August 3, 2020

NEW PROVIDENCE—The New Jersey Youth Symphony (NJYS), a program of the Wharton Institute for the Performing Arts, announced today that it is one of 392 creators and artists selected for a New Music USA Project Grant. The 110 chosen projects demonstrate the imaginative, diverse, and high-quality work that New Music USA is dedicated to supporting.

Totaling $502,700 in funding, this ...

Atlantic Health System’s Morristown Medical Center Rated Number One Hospital in New Jersey for the Third Year in a Row by U.S. News & World Report

Morristown Medical Center is the Only Acute Care Hospital in New Jersey to be Nationally Ranked

Morristown, NJ,– Atlantic Health System announced that Morristown Medical Center was ranked the number one hospital in New Jersey for the third year in a row by U.S. News & World Report in its 2020-2021 Best Hospital rankings.

The medical center was the only acute care hospital in New ...

Overlook Medical Center’s emergency department in Union extends its Lantern Award legacy to 12 years

UNION TWP., NJ –  Overlook Medical Center Emergency Services, Union Campus, part of Atlantic Health System, has again received the prestigious Emergency Nurses Association’s 2020 Lantern Award for demonstrating exceptional practice and innovative performance in nursing leadership, practice, education, advocacy and research.

The Union emergency department (ED), a satellite ...

FirstEnergy Prepares JCP&L Customers for Summer Heat

As temperatures rise, FirstEnergy Corp. (NYSE:FE) customers can take steps to beat the heat while also managing their energy costs.  

Extreme temperatures can often lead to rising energy usage for customers as the need for air conditioning increases and HVAC systems strain to keep up with higher demand. While customers are unable to control the weather, there are several things they can ...