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By MATT KIPPJuly 20, 2018
WOODBRIDGE, NJ — Over the past three seasons, Westfield High School has been the posterchild team of Union County football. The Blue Devils have won three consecutive state championships and currently own a state-best 38 game win streak, dating back to 2015.
In large part, Westfield’s success — unheralded for most public schools — has been due to the play of its ...
By TAPINTO BERKELEY HEIGHTSJuly 19, 2018
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ — Interstate 78 was closed in both directions following a serious motor vehicle crash on I78 Westbound, near Exit 43, at Diamond Hill Road, according to multiple reports.
Traffic was being detoured while accident investigation is taking place and all lanes were closed.
According to a report on Breaking News Network (BNN), the ...
By MARC SCHWARTZJuly 19, 2018
WALDORF, MD — The Somerset Patriots (7-1, 42-29) fell to the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs (4-4, 30-41) by a score of 4-3, snapping their season-high seven game win streak and ending their undefeated start to the second half on Wednesday night at Regency Furniture Stadium.
The Patriots scored first for the second consecutive night on Wednesday when Justin Trapp recorded an RBI ...
By TAPINTO WESTFIELD STAFFJuly 19, 2018
WESTFIELD, NJ — Work to renovate Westfield’s Kehler Stadium, originally slated to begin in May, has been postponed until spring of 2019, the district announced Thursday.
The decision came after careful review following a two-month delay caused by a bid protest for the stadium’s renovation project, the district said.
“While there was no easy solution to address ...
By TAPINTO.NET STAFFJuly 19, 2018
WESTFIELD, NJ — Westfield Public Schools will receive $223,710 more than previously expected in state funding this year to be used for district-wide security enhancements, the district has announced.
The district was notified by the New Jersey Department of Education of the additional funding on July 13, it said.
“We intend to use this additional state aid for ...
By DANIELLE SANTOLAJuly 19, 2018
LIVINGSTON, NJ — Concern about the increased use of electronic cigarettes and other vapor products were among the reasons why the Livingston Township Council adopted an ordinance prohibiting “vape shops,” or any establishment that primarily sells “electronic devices, liquid nicotine or vapor products,” in the township’s retail commercial ...
By ROBERT RAMIREZJuly 19, 2018
CRANFORD, NJ – After months of waiting, Hartz Mountain continued its application for 750 Walnut at Wednesday’s Planning Board meeting.
James Rhatican, vice president of land use and development at Hartz Mountain, along two witnesses – real estate broker Matt McDonough and architect Bruce Englebaugh – spoke on Hartz Mountain’s behalf.
Rhatican referred ...