New Jersey Youth Symphony presents ‘An American Salute’ at Patriots Theater

New Jersey Youth Symphony presents ‘An American Salute’ at Patriots Theater

TRENTON, NJ — The New Jersey Youth Symphony will present the concert “An American Salute: Honoring Our Veterans” on Sunday, Nov. 7, at 3 p.m. at Patriots Theater at the War Memorial in Trenton. Appearing under the batons of Simon Lipskar, and artistic director and principal conductor Helen H. Cha-Pyo, respectively, the NJYS Youth Orchestra […]

Bloomfield College seeks major institutional and financial support, or it may close

Bloomfield College seeks major institutional and financial support, or it may close

BLOOMFIELD, NJ — Bloomfield College recently announced it is seeking strategic partnerships and philanthropic support from the higher education and corporate communities to enable the four-year institution to continue its mission of creating educational pathways that are often not otherwise available for minority and low-income students. More than 85 percent of Bloomfield College students are […]

Cedar Grove doctor has medical license suspended

Cedar Grove doctor has medical license suspended

CEDAR GROVE, NJ — Acting Attorney General Andrew J. Bruck announced Oct. 19 that the State Board of Medical Examiners has temporarily suspended the license of an Essex County physician amid allegations that he has been traveling to dozens of offices in New Jersey and neighboring states, where he performed invasive aesthetic procedures with inadequate […]

Millburn sports teams support Essex County food pantries

Millburn sports teams support Essex County food pantries

MILLBURN, NJ — Local youth groups such as the Millburn–Short Hills Youth Baseball, Millburn–Short Hills Lacrosse Club and the Millburn High School girls varsity soccer team have conducted food drives at the Kings supermarket in the Short Hills section of Millburn to support Meeting Essential Needs with Dignity and its network of 22 food pantries […]

Public relations organization recognized South Orange student

Public relations organization recognized South Orange student

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Public Relations Society of America New Jersey recently recognized more than 30 award-winning campaigns during its 32nd annual Pyramid Awards, honoring the most impactful communications campaigns of the last year. Winners — including South Orange’s Madison Vance, who won the Future PR Pro of the Year Award — were announced throughout […]

West Orange announces Main Street roadway improvements, traffic pattern changes

West Orange announces Main Street roadway improvements, traffic pattern changes

WEST ORANGE, NJ — The township of West Orange and the Downtown West Orange Alliance have announced the start of a Main Street Improvement Plan roadway and traffic pattern improvement project as part of the Complete Streets Initiative. The Complete Streets Initiative is a pedestrian safety plan developed by the North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority, […]

Acting AG issues updated guidance regarding unlawful voter intimidation

Acting AG issues updated guidance regarding unlawful voter intimidation

TRENTON, NJ — Acting Attorney General Andrew J. Bruck has issued updated guidance to New Jersey’s law enforcement leaders to address the introduction of in-person early voting, and to ensure that all eligible voters can cast their ballot in the upcoming election safely and without fear of intimidation, according to an Oct. 20 press release. […]

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