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The fourth annual Berkeley Heights Summer Concert Series Photo Contest is here! TAP into Berkeley Heights, in partnership with the Suburban Chamber of Commerce and local businesses, is proud to present the contest entries from the second concert, Elvis Tribute Show, which took place on Wednesday, July 30, 2014.
BERKELEY HEIGHTS - Friends, supporters and art students gathered to celebrate the official launch of Bottle & Bottega's permanent studio on Thursday, July 31. The grand opening featured light hors d'oeuvres, wine and cocktails, a free painting tutorial, a live auction and more.
Due to a settlement not being reached by the court's deadline of July 30, Police Chief Mike Mathis' reinstatement lies in the hands of Judge Mark Ciarrocca, who is expected to rule today.
A Berkeley Heights man has been charged with stealing millions of dollars from his employers during the course of approximately eight years, announced Union County Prosecutor Grace H. Park on Wednesday.
In this file photo, Michael Mathis, left, sits with former Union County Prosecutor Theodore Romankow, right, at a earlier court date related to Mathis' suit seeking to be reinstated as police chief.
A Union County grand jury has returned an indictment against a Berkeley Heights man charged with stealing millions of dollars from his employers during the course of approximately eight years, acting Union County Prosecutor Grace H. Park announced today.
MILLBURN - Home For Good Dog Rescue, which has its offices in Berkeley Heights, held an adoption event at PetSmart in Millburn on Saturday, July 26. The group brought 27 dogs to the event, including some puppies and a few older dogs rescued from high-kill shelters in the south.
With the public's effort in sharing the initial report through social media, the Long Hill Police Department in conjunction with the Berkeley Heights Police Department have been able to identify the reported vehicle and driver in the child luring incident on July 22. As a reminder with any suspicious incidents, notify the police immediately with a ... (more)
BERKELEY HEIGHTS - While most of the area was suffering from a lack of power during and after Superstorm Sandy, one spot in the township had power - Yogoccino.
Superstorm Sandy changed the face of a local business when it became the charging station for many in Berkeley Heights and the place for a hot meal and drink.
Reacting to "Stop the Swap" signs that have begun to appear in Berkeley Heights, apparently in opposition to the proposed land swap between the Township and Little Flower Parish, Councilman Bob Woodruff discussed the township's position on the issue with TAP into Berkeley Heights.
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