SPRINGFIELD, NJ — The Springfield Patriot Chamber of Commerce held their annual Fall for Springfield Festival on Sunday, Oct. 18, along Mountain Avenue. The event featured live music, antique cars, military vehicles, real life superheroes, great food, arts and crafts and much more. Hundreds of residents attended and enjoyed the full day of family-friendly festivities.
SPRINGFIELD, NJ — A student walks away from the podium after receiving his diploma during the Commencement Exercises at Jonathan Dayton High School on Monday, June 22.
Springfield resident who owns home health care agency in Linden admits fraud, bribery and other charges
NEWARK – The owner of a home health agency admitted on Tuesday her role in a $7 million scheme to defraud Medicaid and engage in bribery, money laundering, and tax evasion, U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman announced. Irina Krutoyarsky, 61, of Springfield, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Katharine Hayden in Newark federal court to an information that charged […]
MILLBURN — Community groups are joining forces in Millburn next month for a children’s volunteering event to help youngsters in need. ‘Kids For Kids,’ organized by the Junior League of the Oranges and Short Hills, Inc., brings together local groups and children for a morning of hands-on volunteering and fun at the George Bauer Community Center […]
SPRINGFIELD, NJ — When a Mountain Avenue resident noticed a road striping application the county put down less than two years ago was coming up, he questioned whether painting the lines might have been a better use of taxpayer dollars. When the resident, who requested his name not be used, showed up at LocalSource offices, […]
SPRINGFIELD — An instructor who formerly worked at a Springfield martial arts academy has admitted to sexually assaulting a 13-year-old enrollee there, acting Union County Prosecutor Grace Park announced yesterday. Appearing before state Superior Court Judge William Daniel, George Mendoza-Valentino, 28, of Saddle Brook pleaded guilty Thursday to a charge of second-degree sexual assault. Mendoza-Valentino had been […]
SPRINGFIELD, NJ – The township believes it is closer to realizing a vision for the downtown that will improve and revitalize the area, making it safer and more “walkable.” Since 2010 when the Springfield Business Improvement District was formed to improve the streetscape of the local business district, the township has been working on a […]
SPRINGFIELD – The board of education will face a formidable force Tuesday night when they head to the zoning board seeking to rezone a 9.6-acre parcel of land off Skylark Road from open space to residential. For the last 45 years, when Natalie and Donald Hockstein looked out the back windows of their home on […]
Many fear construction on 9.6 acre parcel will impact their home value
SPRINGFIELD – Residents living near a 9.6 acre parcel of land along Tree Top Drive that is owned by the Board of Education are concerned efforts to rezone this acreage will seriously impact the value of their homes. People living on Tree Top Drive and adjacent streets voiced their concerns to LocalSource in the last […]
SPRINGFIELD — The Donald B. Palmer Museum of the Springfield Free Public Library is currently featuring an exhibit of sculptures by Springfield resident Jarrett Goldberg through July 31. Retired as an art teacher in the Millburn-Short Hills school district, Goldberg currently works in Summit at the New Jersey School of Visual Art. She received her training […]