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Berkeley Heights Police Officers Ride In Police Unity Tour: "We Ride For Those Who Died"

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Police officers from Berkeley Heights and neighboring departments will take part in the Pol...

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Lt. Governor Guadagno Visits NJ Sharing Network in New Providence

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ – Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno visited NJ Sharing Network's New Providence headquar...

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Berger, Barnett Key Chatham Boys LAX victory over Seton Hall Prep, 9-8

CHATHAM, NJ - When Thomas Guida was lost before the season due to injury, the Chatham boys lacrosse team was left ...

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South Orange Avenue Two-Year Roadway Construction Begins

WEST ORANGE, NJ - Essex County Executive Joe DiVincenzo announced plans on April 14 for the $30 million reconstruc...

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New Bistro-style Restaurant Set to Premiere in New Providence

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Bistro Seven. Three. is coming to New Providence. The popular BYO restaurant based out of...

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Fire in Westfield Apartment on Cacciola Displaces Several Renters

WESTFIELD, NJ — The tenants who live in a multi-family home on Cacciola Place between Central Avenue and Sti...

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News

Green Brook Schools to “Light It Up Blue” For Autism

GREEN BROOK, NJ – If you notice things turning a little blue at Green Brook Schools this month it’s not a change in the li...

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Arts & Entertainment

Comedian Somerville to Headline SRCC Comedy Night May 17

SUMMIT, NJ - Comedian Michael Somerville will headline the Summit Republican City Committee Co...

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Business & Finance

Livingston Businesses Participate in "Mitzvah Moments" Food Drive

WEST ORANGE, NJ - Food donations poured in to benefit the West Orange Food Pantry, Jewish Comm...

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Education

Green Brook Schools to “Light It Up Blue” For Autism

GREEN BROOK, NJ – If you notice things turning a little blue at Green Brook Schools this mont...

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Food & Wine

YAW Diversity Festival to be Held; Participants Wanted

LIVINGSTON, NJ - The Youth Appreciation Week Committee, in association with the West Essex YMCA, is...

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Giving Back

Green Brook Schools to “Light It Up Blue” For Autism

GREEN BROOK, NJ – If you notice things turning a little blue at Green Brook Schools this mont...

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Government

Lt. Governor Guadagno Visits NJ Sharing Network in New Providence

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ – Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno visited NJ Sharing Network's New Prov...

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Health & Wellness

Stroll for Life at Health and Fitness Fair

SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – On Saturday, April 26th, The Moretti Team will be once again participa...

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Home & Garden

Total Lunar Eclipse to be Visible Over Livingston on April 15

LIVINGSTON, NJ – The first total lunar eclipse in nearly two and half years will appear over ...

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Law & Justice

South Orange Animal Shelter Court Date on Health Code Violations Postponed Until April 22

UPDATE: MAPLEWOOD, NJ – The court appearance of officials from the Jersey Animal Coalition ha...

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Police & Fire

Man Killed in 10th Ave. Shooting Wednesday Afternoon

PATERSON, NJ - Paterson police are investigating the second apparent homicide in the city in less t...

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Real Estate

Jon Lamkin at Guaranteed Rate Sees Real Estate Market Booming

MILLBURN, NJ – Jon Lamkin enjoys working for the largest mortgage bank you have never heard o...

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Religions and Spirituality

Holy Week Continues in West Orange

WEST ORANGE, NJ - Just as Passover is an important observance on the Jewish Calendar, Lent and Holy...

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Sports

Randolph Varsity Softball Looking Up

RANDOLPH, NJ- The Randolph Girls Varsity Softball season is in its second week, and the Lady Rams a...

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Letter to the Editor

Former Councilwoman Urges Support of Community Center Renovation / Expansion Project

Tomorrow evening (April 15), an important topic will be discussed in Council chambers at City Hall, 7:30PM. Your help is needed, as th...

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