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New Jersey Herald
Two teens charged with mischief
Two New Jersey teens were arrested and charged with criminal mischief after an officer saw them with paint on their hands and faces while walking south on Bonter Road, police said. On Sunday, Sept.
Mon Sep 15, 2014
5K Held to Honor Caroline Vandemark
CALDWELL, NJ The first annual "Caroline Fund 5k" was held Sept. 13 in the parking lot and surrounding area of St. Aloysius Church, with proceeds to benefit The Caroline Vandemark Fund for Brain and Spine Tumor Research at the John Theurer Cancer Center in Hackensack.
The Jersey Journal
N.J. pub named best craft beer bar in Northeast
A bartender at the Cloverleaf Tavern wears a green wig for St. Patrick's Day as she pours a pint of Guinness for a customer in this 2004 file photo. (Tony Kurdzuk For the second year in a row, a Caldwell bar has been voted as one of the best beer bars in the country.
Dawn Klingensmith grew up as a self-taught traditional fine artist learning as much as she could from various sources along the way.
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The Jersey Journal
Musical instruction and your child: Some tips that may strike a chord
The Modern Music Academy in Caldwell, NJ offers young children, teenagers, and adults, music lessons, voice lessons, and features a state-of-the-art recording studio. The human connection to music begins even before we enter this world.
Local landscaper Jumps in to Help Revive Certified National Wildlife ...
WEST CALDWELL, N.J. September 12, 2014 The Butterfly Garden at Grover Cleveland Middle School , Caldwell, got more than a little help from a friend this August when alumna Kevin Macken answered a plea for help from seventh grade science teacher and environmental club advisor Jane Kinkle. The garden, a certified National Wildlife Federation Schoolyard Habitat once used for outdoor classes and special drama performances, served as the environmental club's learning center.
Undoing Racism 'Mini' Workshop
Caldwell, NJ - Are you challenged by how to deal with race issues in your practice, institution, classroom or community? Are you concerned about the impact of racism in your city and state? Join The First Presbyterian Church at Caldwell in a discussion about "undoing racism" on Monday, September 22, 2014 at 7:30pm. This "mini" workshop is a brief introduction to the Undoing Racism Workshop that will be held on October 10-12, 2014 at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School .
Sun Sep 14, 2014
Essex County College Instant Decision Day Set for Sept. 16
Instant Admission Day for the Fall II term at Essex County College will be held Tuesday, Sept. 16 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at both the main Newark campus and West Essex campus .
Sat Sep 13, 2014
Former Mayor Reiher Remembered by Family, Friends
The Honorable Robert L. Reiher, the longest-tenured mayor in the history of West Caldwell Township, was remembered at a Christian Mass at Notre Dame Roman Catholic Church in North Caldwell on Friday. He was laid to rest at Prospect Hill Cemetery in Caldwell.
Fri Sep 12, 2014
Caldwell Students Honor the Victims of 9/11 With Memorial Service
West Essex Regional Schools observed the 13th Anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks with a special memorial ceremony at the memorial garden at the high school, a moment of silence and special lessons in social studies to educate students about this tragic event in our country's history. West Essex Orchestra Director Alex Soares and several high school musicians began the ceremony by playing George Gershwin's "Lullaby" which was broadcast over the high school intercom.
The Jersey Journal
Author's discussion, concert on tap at Caldwell U
On Sept. 18, Rev. Paul Murray, a member of the Irish Dominican Province and professor of Spiritual Theology at the Angelicum of Rome, will discuss his new book "Scars: Essays, Poems and Meditations on Affliction."
Wed Sep 10, 2014
New Courses Offered at Caldwell University
Caldwell University is offering a number of exciting noncredit professional and continuing studies classes. The fall 2014 catalog is packed with a list of classes that provide opportunities for participants to enhance their careers, prepare for certifications, learn a new skill or take up a hobby.
West Caldwell Public Library Kicks-Off a New School Year with an...
The West Caldwell Public Library invites teens in grades 6-12 to let their voices be heard at the Library and earn valuable community service hours by joining their Teen Advisory Group. The first meeting of the group for the new school year will be held Tuesday, September 23 from 6:30-7:30 PM.
Tue Sep 09, 2014
Roseland Councilman Runs For Freeholder Seat
In a press release, Leonard emphasized his strength and ability to promote healthy small businesses for Essex County. His experience as a councilman, mayor and licensed realtor were all cited as reasons for Essex County voters to look to him as a voice for small businesses.
Roseland Christens New Fire Engine
The Roseland Volunteer Fire Department held a traditional "wetdown" at its 300 Eagle Rock Avenue facility on Saturday to celebrate the arrival of a new rescue engine. A wetdown is a fire department tradition in which a new vehicle is christened by being sprayed with water as a sign of good luck.
Mon Sep 08, 2014
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MaxLite Increases Base Wattage in StaxMAX Series of LED Flood LightsMonday, September 08, 2014
West Caldwell, N.J. MaxLite brings greater power and versatility to the outdoor lighting market with the newest generation of StaxMAX LED flood lights. MaxLite has increased the base wattage to 180W in the StaxMAX, the unique line of high-output, energy-efficient lighting that allows consumers to create custom distribution packages by mixing modules on a single fixture.
Former Irvington detectives say the chief ordered them to trump up charges against their colleagues
Irvington Police Chief Michael Chase, shown at left in this file photo, is the target of a recent lawsuit by two former detectives with the department's Internal Affairs Unit, who claim they were removed from their positions after cooperating with a misconduct probe that targeted Chase. IRVINGTON - Two former internal affairs detectives at the Irvington Police Department have filed suit against the township and Police Chief Michael Chase, alleging they were the victims of threats and other retaliation for prompting a misconduct investigation against the chief.
Fri Sep 05, 2014
The Jersey Journal
West Essex Regional Schools announces new arts supervisor
NORTH CALDWELL - Lisa Swanick has been named the new supervisor of Fine, Performing and Practical Arts for the West Essex Regional School district. Swanick succeeds Vee Popat, who left to become principal at West Essex Middle School.
Thu Sep 04, 2014
Caldwell University Concert Series Opening with Faculty Favorites
The Caldwell University Concert Series opens its 19th season with a special Faculty Favorites concert 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 20, at the Alumni Theatre.
Wed Sep 03, 2014
New Jersey Jewish News
Israeli rabbi urges deeper community relationships
"We need to work hard with each individual American Jew and each American synagogue to strengthen their relationships with Israel," said Balter, bringing a message from his congregation in Be'er Sheva to American Jews as a guest of Congregation Agudath Israel in Caldwell.
The Verona-Cedar Grove Times
Verona bikers compete in Hilltop youth race
Coming from as far away as Princeton and some Jersey Shore towns, a total of 65 racers competed in the 5th annual Hilltop Grasshopper Kids Mountain Bike Race Aug. 16. Many racers were spotted doing training laps on the specially prepared course, located in North Caldwell, during the weeks before the race.