League of Women Voters Meeting to Focus on Security of Ballots

September 7, 2017

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - The League of Women Voters of Berkeley Heights, New Providence & Summit will be hosting a meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 26. The meeting is being held at 7:30 p.m. at the De Corso Community Center, 15 East 4th Street in New Providence.   Dennis Kobitz, the director of the Union County Board of Elections is the speaker.   

"People who ...

2018: Will Heard Challenge Lance in GOP Primary?

SOMERSET HILLS NJ - Congressman Leonard Lance (NJ-7) has been the focus of protests and has admirably faced down angry liberals at two raucous town hall meetings at Raritan Valley Community.  However, the five-term incumbent Republican may need to look over his right shoulder as well as his left because Morris County businessman Craig Heard may be gearing up to challenge Lance in a ...

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New Providence Candidate, Keith Doll, Gets Impressive Endorsement

September 11, 2017

Democrats 2000, the premier fundraising organization for New Jersey Democratic candidates who are forty years of age and under, has endorsed first-time candidate Keith Doll. Keith is running for New Providence Borough Council. All recipients of the endorsement have been invited to a special beach bash to celebrate their achievements.

Keith was among forty-eight New Jersey candidates chosen for ...

Community of Inclusion: A Statement from Council Candidates Doll and Baer Peterson

September 20, 2017

New Providence is a town evolving. While we will always remain a community whose foundation is built upon the kindness of our citizens, safety of our neighborhoods, and strength of our school system, this election provides an opportunity to embrace the growing diversity of our community – among ages, backgrounds, and beliefs – and reflect it on our Council. When we truly share in a ...

Robinson and Geoffroy for Council

September 22, 2017

To the editor:

New Providence, I have known Dr. Bob Robinson for the last 15 years as both a colleague and serving on the New Providence Board of Health. Bob is a lifelong New Providence resident and runs his orthodontic practice in the downtown.

Over the years, I have seen Bob’s dedication to the town as well as his countless hours of service of various boards, committees and ...