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Roseland Volunteers Recognized for Restoring Landmark, Honoring U.S. History

September 16, 2018

ROSELAND, NJ — Thomas O’Beirne of Roseland’s Thomas J O’Beirne & Co Inc was honored in two back-to-back presentations by Mayor John Duthie and the Roseland Borough Council last week for being instrumental in two projects over the last year: refurbishing a 505-foot long stone wall at the Roseland Public Library and organizing the safe arrival of a World War II ...

More Than 500 Participate in Fifth Annual Caroline Fund 5K in Caldwell

CALDWELL, NJ — After a week of overcast skies, the sun finally shone brightly on Saturday for the more than 500 runners and walkers who participated in the fifth annual Caroline Fund 5K Run/Walk for brain cancer research.

The participants gathered at the St. Aloysius Church in Caldwell for the event, which is held in memory of Caldwell resident Caroline Vandemark and to raise funds for ...

Summer Ends in North Caldwell with Run/Walk and Family Picnic

NORTH CALDWELL, NJ — Following the first annual Run for North Caldwell 5K run/walk and color run hosted by the North Caldwell Recreation Foundation (NCRF) on Saturday morning, the borough celebrated its annual end-of-summer picnic at the community pool, and the cool and cloudy weather did not deter residents from taking their last summer swim.

Samantha O’Neill, North Caldwell ...

Fifth Annual Caroline Fund 5K Run/Walk to Support Brain Cancer Research

CALDWELL, NJ — The fifth annual Caroline Fund 5K Run/Walk for brain cancer research, which has attracted up to 800 participants in recent years, will be held on Sept. 15 in memory of Caldwell resident Caroline Vandemark and in effort to raise funds for the research being preformed by Vandemark's surgeons at Hackensack University Medical Center in her name.

The event is hosted by ...

Join a Walk to Help Raise Critically Needed Awareness and Funds for Alzheimer’s

SUCCASUNNA, NJ – Residents of Morris and Essex counties will have an opportunity to join the fight to end Alzheimer’s disease by participating in upcoming Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s events in Succasunna and West Orange on Sept. 9 and Sept. 29, respectively.

“Every step forward strengthens the Alzheimer’s Association vision of a world ...

Saint Barnabas Patient in Need of Living Kidney Donor

LIVINGSTON, NJ — A Saint Barnabas Medical Center patient who is in renal failure and on dialysis three times a week is currently seeking a living kidney donor.

Nick Sauter is a Little Falls resident who played football for Rutgers University from 1973 to 1977 and is a parishioner of the St. Agnes Episcopal Church in Little Falls. He has three grandchildren that he would like to ...

Arts Festival for Youth, Adults with Disabilities to be Held in Fairfield

FAIRFIELD, NJ — The third annual Arts Accessible Festival, hosted by Arts Unbound Inc. in collaboration with the Essex Regional Educational Services Commission (ERESC) and Superintendent Dr. Laurie Newell, is being held at the ERESC Essex Campus Academy in Fairfield, on Oct. 12 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The free, wheelchair-accessible event features hands-on visual art workshops led by ...

Registration Still Open for Upcoming Run for North Caldwell

NORTH CALDWELL, NJ — The athletic fields and recreational facilities will benefit from North Caldwell’s upcoming Run for North Caldwell 5K to be held on Sept. 8 on Gould Avenue.

The 5K event begins at 8 a.m., and a fun-filled one-mile color run will follow at 9 a.m.

The race, open to walkers and runners of all ages, is a USATF-certified 5K and will be held rain or ...

West Caldwell Veteran Celebrates 95th Birthday

CALDWELL, NJ — Joseph Kinney, a World War II veteran from West Caldwell recently celebrated his 95th birthday at the James Caldwell Post 185 American Legion. 

Pictured above, Kinney takes a minute to remember his shipmates with whom he served in the Pacific on the Philippine islands. He was a first-class electrician mate assigned to the submarine station.

Caldwell Food Pantry in Need of Donations as Back-to-School Approaches

CALDWELL, NJ — The Caldwell Food Pantry is currently looking for donations of kid-friendly foods to kick off the school year for its participants.

Mayor Ann Dassing urges area residents to consider donating cereal, tuna, peanut butter and jelly, pasta in a can, rice and beans and kid snacks and juice boxes to the pantry.

Donations can be dropped off on Monday from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. or ...


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