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Manville: 5 Latest Homes To Hit The Market
MANVILLE, NJ — When you're in the market for a new home, hunting down every new listing in the area can be a tedious job. That's why we've gone ahead and done the initial work for you.
Festus Is Patch's Foster Of The Week
BRIDGEWATER, NJ — Looking to adopt your next fur-ever buddy? Meet Festus! He has been chosen as Patch's Foster of the Week. Hundreds of pets are waiting for adoption in shelters, so check out this dog in need at the Somerset Regional Animal Shelter in Bridgewater.
Roundabout work to close Exit 76 in New Jersey for 18 weeks
Construction for a new roundabout will mean drivers crossing the Scudder Falls Bridge to Route 29 in New Jersey will likely face travel delays for months to come. Elsewhere, drivers can expect more of the same road projects as last week.
133 Bridgewater Wholesalers Employees Getting Laid Off
BRIDGEWATER, NJ — A total of 133 employees of the DSJ Holding, Inc. (Bridgewater Wholesalers, Inc.) will be laid off by the end of next month following energy issues with Japan.
Be Kind: Students from New Jersey school visit senior citizen complex for Valentine's Day
LINDEN, New Jersey (WABC) -- As Eyewitness News continues to highlight people in our area doing good and being kind, some students from Linden School # 4 in New Jersey made sure nobody was forgotten this month for Valentine's Day.
Hillsborough Recognized For Collaboration On Route 206 Project
MONROE, NJ - Hillsborough Township was recently honored by the New Jersey Alliance for Action’s “New Jersey’s Leading Infrastructure Projects” program for its efforts to support the Route 206 Bypass construction project.
Early Arrival: Report Says New Jersey Detention Facility Has “Unsanitary and Unsafe Conditions”
After making a surprise visit last summer, the Inspector General for the Department of Homeland Security has concluded New Jersey’s Essex County Correctional Facility has “unsanitary and unsafe conditions.” The facility holds about 800 immigrants under a contract with Immigration and Customs Enforce
Piper Is Bridgewater's Pet Of The Week
BRIDGEWATER, NJ — Meet Piper! She has been chosen as Bridgewater Patch's Pet Of The Week. "Piper is 7 years old and lives in Branchburg. She is a sweet, loving pup who loves to pay fetch and hike on the trails with her mom and dad. he also loves to snuggle and absolutely loves her new baby brother!"
Sadie Is Manville's Pet Of The Week
MANVILLE, NJ — Meet Sadie! She has been chosen as Manville Patch's Pet Of The Week. "I am nominating my English Bulldog Sadie for Pet of the Week. She's the first dog I've ever had and we adopted her in December 2016. She is super friendly and loves to hang with us and our guests."
Clark community Creates Care Packages for Operation New Jersey Cares
On Saturday, November 24, 2018 a group of teachers, students, and family members from Clark spent time creating care packages for the men and women in our Armed Forces who have been deployed overseas for Operation New Jersey Cares. Items such as candy, toiletries, books, snacks, magazines, and foods
Chili And Bella Are Warren's Pets Of The Week
WARREN, NJ — Meet Chili and Bella! They have been chosen as Warren Patch's Pets Of The Week. "Both the dogs are standard poodles. Chili (apricot originally ) is a male and 13 years old. Bella is 3 years old and female (red). They love playing outside with the neighborhood dogs.
New Providence's Price Crowned NJSIAA Group 1 Pole Vault Champion; Pioneers Advance to MOC in Six Events
TOMS RIVER, NJ - New Providence senior Cheney Price was crowned NJSIAA Group 1 Champion in Pole Vault on Saturday at the Bennett Indoor Sports Complex clearing a personal best mark of 14-03.25 feet.
NJFO Brings Puccini’s ‘Tosca’ to Life in Westfield Feb. 23
WESTFIELD, NJ — Everything seems ordinary for Floria Tosca until she becomes jealous of a blond-haired woman in a painting that her lover Mario Cavaradossi created. Tosca questions Cavaradossi’s love for her. Although Cavaradossi says Tosca is the only one he loves, she isn’t quite convinced.
NJ Senate President Tours ‘Maker Space’ at Union County Vo-Tech’s Magnet High School
SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ -- New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney visited Union County Vo-Tech campus on Wednesday to to the critical importance of the vocational-technical education bond act approved by voters last November in spurring economic growth, creating access to high-paying jobs and meeting t
5 New Properties For Sale In The Warren Area
WARREN, NJ — On the hunt for a new home, and want the latest listings on what's available near you? Perhaps you could use some help finding the perfect place for you and your loved ones? Thanks to our weekly list of new properties in your area, you can stay on top of the scene.
Hillsborough (32) at Franklin (51), 2019 Somerset County Tournament, First round - Boys Basketball
Joshua Kuroda-Grauer's 11 points paced fifth-seeded Franklin in a 51-32 victory over 13th-seeded Hillsborough in the second round of the Somerset County Tournament in Somerset.
New Brunswick (50) at Old Bridge (49), 2019 Greater Middlesex Conference Tournament, Quarterfinals - Boys Basketball
Ahyan Brown-Miller hit a long-distance 3-pointer with 2.2 seconds to go to pull ninth-seeded New Brunswick to within a point. He then stole the ball off the ensuing inbound and fed Tahjay Moore, who hit a 17-foot jumper at the buzzer to lift the team to a 50-49 victory over top-seeded Old Bridge in
Bernards girls win North 2, Group C swim title for third consecutive year
BERNARDSVILLE -- The second-seeded Bernards High School girls swim team beat top-seeded Caldwell in the finals of the North 2, Group C state sectional at Raritan Bay Area YMCA on Feb. 15.
Legislation Outlawing Armed Drones Advances in New Jersey State House
MORRISTOWN, NJ - Assemblyman Jay Webber, has sponsored legislation that would criminalize weaponized drones. The bill unanimously passed the Assembly Homeland Securities Comittee on Thursday February 14.
Celebrate NJ Makers Day at Scotch Plains Public Library
On Friday, March 22 and Saturday, March 23, the Scotch Plains Public Library, and more than 200 participating sites across New Jersey, will celebrate making, maker culture, and STEAM-based (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) learning for all ages at the fifth annual NJ Makers Day.