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Learn How to Protect Your Children Online: See Sgt. Thomas Rich of STOPit in Warren on Nov. 20

November 19, 2017

WARREN, NJ - Is your child on Instagram, music.ly, Minecraft, Snapchat, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Oovoo, Skype, Kik, Vine or playing games on-line or POKÉMON GO ?!? Thinking about getting your child a smartphone or do they already have one?

Learn how to protect them and see Sgt. Tom Rich, the Cyber-Safety expert for STOPit, at Warren Middle School on Monday, Nov. 20 at 7 ...

The Wonder of ‘Wonder’ in Warren: Warren Township Students Talk With “Real Life Auggie”

WARREN, NJ - As the much anticipated movie Wonder premieres on Nov. 17, students in the Warren Township School District are getting the chance to make real life connections to the film which is based on the powerful novel by R.J. Palacio about a homeschooled boy with facial differences and how he copes with difficult new situations when he enrolls in public school for the first time.  

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Warren Students Provide Hurricane Relief to Texas School

WARREN, NJ - Fourth graders at Angelo L. Tomaso School (ALT) recently spearheaded a schoolwide project to provide supplies to a Texas elementary school that sustained serious water damage in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.  

 

The ALT students partnered with Johnson Elementary School, a school of roughly 1,000 students in Houston, after Reach enrichment teacher Wendy Piller and ...

Warren’s Woodland School Recognized at Blue Ribbon Ceremony in Nation’s Capital

WARREN, NJ - Woodland School principal Jeffrey Heaney, teacher Adam Yenish and superintendent Matthew Mingle traveled to Washington, D.C. on Nov. 6-7, joining more than 300 public and private schools from across the United States to be recognized as 2017 National Blue Ribbon Schools. 

“It was an incredible honor to be able to represent Woodland School, the Warren Township Schools ...

Warren Township School Board Recognizes Staffer Who Saves Student

WARREN, NJ - The Warren Township Board of Education paid tribute to Central School paraprofessional Lauralee Dupper at  its Nov. 13 meeting.  Dupper’s recent quick thinking and action saved the life of a student.

“When we had our safety and security audit, one of the things that stood out was that it is important to have training and security cameras ...

Election 2017: How Warren Voted

WARREN,NJ - Unofficial results are in. 4,215 of Warren’s 12,326 registered voters, 34.2 percent, turned out to vote on Tuesday and re-elected Republicans Michael “Mick”Marion and George Lazo to the Warren Township Committee.  Lazo earned 2,329 votes,  Marion earned 2,393 votes, challenger Rick de Pinho received 1,693 votes and challenger John ...

Watchung Hills Inducts 121 Seniors into National Honor Society

WARREN, NJ - Some 121 members of the Class of 2018 at Watchung Hills Regional High School (WHRHS) were inducted into the National Honor Society (NHS) during an induction ceremony, Thursday, Oct. 26, at the school.

Parents, families and guests witnessed the ceremony in the school’s Performing Arts Center (PAC). Superintendent Elizabeth Jewett welcomed all ...

Election Day 2017: Warren Township Will Decide

WARREN, NJ - Tuesday, November 7, is Election Day and Warren Township voters will decide the first contested race for Warren Township Committee in years. Registered voters are reminded to review the ballot for the General Election on Tuesday, Nov. 7.  Polling locations will be open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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WHRHS Robotics: Watchung Hills RoboWarriors to Host Open House

WARREN, NJ - The Watchung Hills Robotics Team 41 will host it’s 4th annual Robotics Open House on Friday, Nov. 3. 

At this event, the robotics team will be showcasing previously built robots, giving tours of the shop, and answering any questions you have about the team. Robotics advisors, members of the WHRHS faculty, The WHEAT Foundation, and others will also be in ...

Road Closure Disrupts Green Brook and Warren Bus Routes

GREEN BROOK/WARREN, NJ - Morning Glory Road at Scheurman Terrace remains closed and remains closed south of Scheurman Terrace in the area of King George Road due to a tree down.

 

An alert went out Tuesday morning that bus service to Watchung Hills on Morning Glory Road and between Hunters Trail and King George Road continues to be ...

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Clinton's Festival of Trees

November 21, 2017

CLINTON, NJ - This Festival of Trees annual holiday favorite returns to the Red Mill Museum Village here on Friday, Nov. 24 just in time for the holiday season.

The Festival features a beautiful display of decorated trees, wreaths and centerpieces that are available to win through the raffle.

The Festival opens the day after Thanksgiving, which is also the same weekend as the Clinton ...