County to partner with nine local charitable organizations

County to partner with nine local charitable organizations

ESSEX COUNTY, NJ — Essex County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo Jr. announced Friday, April 13, that Essex County was participating in nine special partnerships to increase awareness about and help raise funds for the American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, Arc of Essex County, the New Jersey Children Alliance, Stop for Nikhil, The Valerie Fund, the […]

Local artist prepares for ‘Art in Bloom’ exhibition

Local artist prepares for ‘Art in Bloom’ exhibition

GLEN RIDGE, NJ — The 10th anniversary of “Art in Bloom,” an exhibition of flower arrangements inspired by holdings of the Montclair Art Museum, will have a five-day exhibition at the museum beginning May 16. The floral displays will be created by designers and garden clubs from the tristate area. One designer will be Glen Ridge […]

County recognizes student artists

NEWARK, NJ — The Art Educators of New Jersey welcomed 109 students from throughout Essex County to the Hall of Records for the Art Educators of New Jersey student art exhibit on Friday, March 23. This is the 14th consecutive year the county has partnered with the Art Educators of New Jersey to present the […]

Meet Essex County’s mayors

LIVINGSTON, NJ — The eighth annual Essex County Meet the Mayors Event will be Saturday, April 7, from 9 to 11 a.m. at Westminster Hotel, 550 West Mt. Pleasant Ave. in Livingston. The mayors of all 22 Essex County towns, as well as the mayors of Little Falls and Clifton, have been invited to participate. […]

Once again, Women’s Club hosts the Doll Tea

GLEN RIDGE, NJ — The Women’s Club of Glen Ridge hosted its annual “My Favorite Doll Tea Party” on Sunday afternoon, March 18. Although there is no recorded date of when the fundraiser began, several women involved this year estimated 15 years. Proceeds from ticket sales and raffle prizes were to be donated to various charities. […]

Murphy’s proposed budget puts aside more money for schools

TRENTON, NJ — Gov. Phil Murphy’s first proposed budget increases state “formula” aid that goes directly to school districts by $283.6 million, the initial step toward fulfilling the state’s school-funding obligation, according to a March 15 press release from the NJ Department of Education. The budget also increases aid for expanded preschool, STEM programs and […]

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