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Girls Lacrosse: Bernards Trounces Caldwell, 19-6

May 24, 2017

BERNARDSVILLE, NJ - Bernards scored 13 goals in the first half and went on to a 19-6 victory over Caldwell in the semifinal round of the NJSIAA Section 2, Group 2 girls lacrosse tournament on Tuesday.

Elise Cohan, who had two assists, and Laurel McHale, who had one, each scored four goals for the Mountaineers (17-3), who built a 13-2 lead by halftime.

Hanna Christian finished with three ...

Baseball: Bernards Blanks North Plainfield, 3-0; Ball Fans 14 Batters

BERNARDSVILLE, NJ - Dominant pitching by Daniel Ball boosted Bernards to a 3-0 victory over North Plainfield in the opening round of the NJSIAA Central Jersey, Group 2 baseball tournament on Tuesday.

Ball allowed just one hit, struck out 14 batters and walked four in six innings pitched before Jack Evleth pitched a hitless seventh inning with a walk and two strikeouts for the Mountaineers ...

Bernards Baseball State Tournament Game Postponed Until Tuesday

BERNARDSVILLE, NJ - The Bernards baseball team's opening game in the state tournament was postponed Monday and rescheduled for Tuesday.

Fifth-seeded Bernards (13-9) will host 12th-seeded North Plainfield (12-6) in the first round of the NJSIAA Central Jersey, Group 2 tournament at 4 p.m. Tuesday.

The Mountaineers have been led offensively by junior shortstop Phil Mahlik, senior ...

Charter schools moratorium sparks sparring at Democratic gubernatorial primary debate

May 17, 2017

The question of whether there should be a moratorium on charter schools sparked heated discussion among the four major New Jersey Democratic gubernatorial primary candidates gathered at a television debate in the studio of NJTV in downtown Newark on Thursday night, putting a direct spotlight on a critical educational issue in the state's largest city. 

While the candidates were led ...

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Somerville: Artists and Students Install Collaborative Bicycle Sculpture on Division Street

May 17, 2017

SOMERVILLE, NJ - Artists and art students from Somerville High School, Immaculata High School, the Arts School of Newark and Middle Earth will construct an interactive outdoor bicycle sculpture on Division Street on Saturday, May 27 in conjunction with the 74th Tour of Somerville Cycling Series.

New Jersey artist and arts educator Bob Richardson has conceived and designed the sculpture, and ...

Murphy, in Newark, promotes environmental agenda, defends against fracking support accusations

May 17, 2017

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Phil Murphy came to Newark to underscore his clean energy policy agenda and to try to even the score against critics who have challenged his environmental record.

Speaking at an entrance to Weequahic Park in the city's South Ward on Monday, Murphy laid out a policy plan that he maintains will prove that "economic growth, environmental protection, and ...

Charter schools moratorium sparks sparring at Democratic gubernatorial primary debate

May 17, 2017

The question of whether there should be a moratorium on charter schools sparked heated discussion among the four major New Jersey Democratic gubernatorial primary candidates gathered at a television debate in the studio of NJTV in downtown Newark on Thursday night, putting a direct spotlight on a critical educational issue in the state's largest city. 

While the candidates were led ...

Historic property prepares to Rock the Barn May 21

May 17, 2017

BASKING RIDGE, NJ- Rock the Barn at the Ross Farm returns on Sunday, May 21. The Rad Trads, one of New York City’s most entertaining live bands, take the stage outside the historic barn in Basking Ridge for the third annual event. The concert begins at 5 p.m., with the gates opening at 4 p.m. for everyone to come early and enjoy the beautiful grounds at the Farm. The Minuteman ...

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