PUBLIC ADVISORY NOTICE: SCAM EMERGES REGARDING JURY DUTY WARRANT

Hunterdon County Sheriff Brown announced that a new variation to the scam reported back in September of 2013 has emerged. The former racket involved supposedly ignoring a ticket for running a red light and being photographed by a traffic camera. The new scam has people being called on their phone…

Balic of Clinton Wine & Gifts Introduces 150th Anniversary Special Edition Wine Label

Balic of Clinton Wine & Gifts has created a special edition wine label commemorating the 150th Anniversary of The Town of Clinton, which was incorporated in April 1865.   Joan Schaming, co-owner of Balic of Clinton, explains their choice of wine for this special edition “We select our Napoleon Bonaparte (a…

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STATE OF NJ SAYS NORTH HUNTERDON HIGH college and career readiness lags in comparison to its peers

http://www.state.nj.us/education/pr/1314/19/193660050.pdf    OVERVIEW 2013-14 1 1445 STATE ROUTE 31 19-3660-050 ANNANDALE, NJ 08801 HUNTERDON N HUNT/VOORHEES REGIONAL NORTH HUNTERDON HIGH SCHOOL This school’s academic performance is very high when compared to schools across the state. Additionally, its academic performance is very high when compared to its peers. This school’s college…

Hunterdon Medical Center’s Speech and Hearing Center Has Moved

Have you heard…Hunterdon Healthcare’s Speech and Hearing Center has a new location.  The Speech and Hearing Center is the oldest most experienced program in Hunterdon County. The center is now located in the 31 North Office Centre, 121 Route 31, Suite 500 in Flemington. The Speech and Hearing Center has been…

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HUNTERDON CENTRAL CLASSES REGISTRATION BEGINS ONLINE

Online Scheduling Hunterdon Centrals online course selection process for the 2015-2016 school year will begin on Friday, January 30. Detailed information is available on Hunterdon Central’s website. Click to view the Online Scheduling Webpage, with detailed scheduling information, online scheduling instructions, timelines, power point presentations and videos. Click to view the 2015-2016…

OLD SCHOOL FITNESS The Challenge 50 Sessions. 10 Weeks

  http://www.oldschoolfitnesstraining.com/Services.php    Nutrition Plan Included. The Challenge encompasses Cardio, Upper body strength training, Cardio kick-boxing, and Lower body strength training. You will attend at least 5 training sessions per week and receive a customized nutrition plan that will optimize your performance and weight loss.  Our knowledgeable staff is committed to…

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Health & Wellness Event in Flemington

Beat the winter blues by coming out to the Flemington Borough on Saturday, February 7th to visit one of over 25 businesses offering free Health and Wellness events throughout the day. All events are FREE! Earn a raffle ticket at each event you participate in and enter to win one of 10…

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DEL VAL HITS EMERGENCY LIMIT

Please be advised that yesterday marked the use of the last of the three emergency closing days built into the 2014/2015 school calendar –  day #1 was used on 11/26/14, day #2 on 1/26/15, and day #3 on 1/27/14. Please be reminded that any additional days needed will be subtracted from regularly scheduled holiday recesses in accordance with the…

CABIN FEVER? CHELSEA FORGE IS A NICE RIDE WITH BEAUTIFUL ITEMS

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Hunterdon County Cultural & Heritage Commission – Notice of 2015 meeting dates

ANNUAL MEETING NOTICE To Whom it May Concern: In accordance with the provisions of the Open Public Meetings Act, N.J.S.A. 10:4-6 et seq. notice is hereby given that the Hunterdon County Cultural and Heritage Commission will hold its regular monthly meetings for 2015 on the last Thursday of each month,…

ROGUES GALLERY EBAY ITEM OF THE DAY ANTIQUE STYLE GOLD PLATED PIN BROOCH/PENDANT WITH HAND PAINTED LIMOGE FOCAL

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READINGTON COMMITTEE TO ADDRESS Request for Replacement of Whitehouse Rescue Squad Equipment – and other matters

READINGTON TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE FEBRUARY 2, 2015 AGENDA A. Mayor Fort calls the meeting to order at 6:30 p.m. announcing that all laws governing the Open Public Meetings Act have been met and that this meeting has been duly advertised. B. EXECUTIVE SESSION Personnel / Museum Personnel / Three Bridges Library…

HUNTERDON COUNTY CAR OF THE DAY FOR SALE 2007 Acura RDX Tech Pkg

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HUNTERDON COUNTY PET OF THE DAY FOR ADOPTION BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE PUPPY PATCH ON RT 22 Australian Cattle Dog Mix

http://www.adoptapet.com/pet/12337841-flemington-new-jersey-australian-cattle-dog-mix    http://www.thepuppypatch.biz/ 

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IN ALEXANDRIA Environmental Commission Meeting Cancelled for February 2nd

The Environmental Commission will be cancelling their meeting on Monday, February 2, 2015. 

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PUBLIC NOTICES FROM LAMBERTVILLE

DOG AND CAT LICENSES are available for purchase starting Friday, January 2, 2015 at City Hall, 18 York Street. The fee for a spayed dog or cat is $15. Licensing of dogs a requirement of the NJSA 4. A $25 late fee imposed beginning March 1, 2015. PARKING PERMITS for…

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Registering for AP Exams AT NORTH

Students enrolled in Advanced Placement courses who plan on taking AP Exams in May must register by March 13, 2015.  Please visit the following link for more information and the registration form – NHHS AP Registration Letter 2015

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RVCC Slates Youth Computer Classes

Raritan Valley Community College (RVCC) is offering three youth computer classes this February and March. The following programs will be offered at the College’s Branchburg Campus. Keyboarding: Students ages 8-14 perfect their touch-keyboarding skills and learn the fundamentals of word processing. The class will be held Saturdays, February 28 to…

Nancy C. Shire, 92, of Holland Township,

Nancy C. Shire HOLLAND TOWNSHIP, NJ – Nancy C. Shire, 92, of Holland Township, NJ, passed away on Friday, January 30, 2015 at her home. Born October 2, 1922 in Holland Township, NJ, she was the daughter of the late Samuel and Mary Castner Wismer. Nancy was a lifelong resident…

Gloucester County Man Convicted of Aggravated Assault for Dragging State Trooper With His Car Following Traffic Stop

Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman announced that a Gloucester County man was convicted today at trial of aggravated assault for dragging a New Jersey state trooper with his car during a violent incident following a traffic stop. He also rammed the vehicle of an off-duty State Police captain while trying…

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE SEEKS AGENCIES TO SPONSOR MEALS FOR SUMMER NUTRITION PROGRAM

 New Jersey Secretary of Agriculture Douglas H. Fisher today encouraged organizations to help provide nutritious meals to children in low-income areas during the summer months through the Department’s Summer Food Service Program. Begun in 1976 as an outgrowth of the National School Lunch Program, the Summer Food Service Program is…

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CONGRESSMAN Lance To Host Town Hall in Lopatcong

Congressman Leonard Lance (NJ-07) today announced he will host his 32nd in-person town hall meeting on Tuesday, February 17 beginning at 6pm at the Lopatcong Township Court Room. Lance is expected to share his goals for the 114th Congress and outline his priorities on the Energy and Commerce Committee.  He…

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Menendez, Booker, Pallone to Obama: #KillTheDrill

U.S. Senators Robert Menendez and Cory Booker, and Congressman Frank Pallone (N.J.-06) sent a letter today to President Obama calling on his administration to abandon plans to open parts of the Atlantic Ocean to offshore oil and gas drilling. The federal lawmakers were joined on a conference call by representatives…

Here’s a new one – Suspended driver uses black tape to alter plate

On Thursday, January 29, at approximately 12:05 pm, Special Officer Al Carasio stopped a 2013 Ford Escape operated by Philip Wharton, age 48, of Bridgewater, on Route 31 South near Allerton Road for failing to signal a turn. During the stop, SPO Carasio observed that the characters of Mr. Wharton’s…

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LETTER Report Shows Need To Study Impact of Standardized Tests

Assembly Republican Conference Leader Dave Rible said he is pleased with the recommendations made in an interim report recently released by a commission tasked with reviewing student assessments.   “The Study Commission has recommended that school districts throughout the state review the standardized tests being administered to their students to…

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Ashlyne Bacorn, of Ringoes wins Sara Dubinin Scholarship

Sara Dubinin Scholarship: Ashlyne Bacorn, Ringoes – The sophomore at South Hunterdon Regional High School is a member of the Hunterdon County Round Valley Riders 4-H Club.  Bacorn plans to use her $1,000 scholarship to cover the expenses of horse shows, lessons and any items needed to sustain her horse’s health as…

Matthew Wolfe Bundy, 34

Matthew Wolfe Bundy, 34, passed away Wednesday January 28th after a month long struggle with pneumonia. Born January 18, 1981 in Red Bank NJ, Matt grew up in Holmdel and later in Skillman, NJ. He graduated from Montgomery HS in 1999 and attended Palm Beach Community College and Raritan Valley Community…

CLINTON RESCUE RESPONDS TO CAR THAT FLIPPED

Heavy Rescue 455 was special requested into Franklin Township, Warren County for the reported motor vehicle accident with entrapment last evenin Heavy Rescue 455 was special requested into Franklin Township, Warren County for the reported motor vehicle accident with entrapment last evening.  Upon arrival, our crew met with the Franklin…

PENNSY WOMAN RUNS RED AND SMASHES INTO YOUNG CL TWP WOMAN ENTRAPPING HER

On Wednesday, January 28, at approximately 5:40 pm, a 2006 Dodge pickup truck operated by Charlene Thomson, age 45, of Tamaqua, PA was traveling Route 31 North when Ms. Thomson failed to stop at a red light at the intersection with Country Club Drive. The Thomson vehicle then struck a…

WHO’S IN THE COUNTY JAIL FOR THE WEEKEND

TOTAL INMATES IN HOUSE = 76 * Charges and bail are subject to change. For further information contact Booking at 908-788-1184 LAST NAME FIRST NAME HC # DESCRIPTION BAIL SENTENCED COUNTY/OR STATE ABBOT CHARLOTTE HC34103 BURGLARY NO BAIL – ASHFORD KIYON HC33958 RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY WEAPON POSS UNLAWFUL POSS OF…

AT ADDICTED CLINTON Adorable New Joseph Ribkoff Jacket! Annie’s wearing it…

HOT STYLE!!!! Joseph Ribkoff Spring 2015  is gorgeous! Annie feelin’ her new Ribkoff Jacket. 🙂 Hurry in & treat yourself to the pleasure of browsing the New Joseph Ribkoff Collection  of Spring 2015! Our 1st floor Mary’s is full of the warmth of the new season just ahead!  Luv &…

Sweethearts’ Week in Clinton: February 7-14th

Sweethearts Week in Clinton   Saturday, February 7th – February 14th You may be chosen from the Sweepstakes, to win one of these unique Clinton Experiences, donated by local merchants… Fireside dinner for Two at Clean Plate Kitchen A Romantic Dinner for Two at the  Clinton House A ‘Best of Clinton’…

HUNTERDON COUNTY CAR OF THE DAY 2007 Jeep Liberty Sport

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THIS FELLA DIDN’T EVEN HAVE TIME TO GO TO A BAR MIXING COCKTAILS IN MCDONALDS DUI

On Wednesday, January 28, at approximately 4:40 pm, officers received a report of a possible intoxicated driver who was observed pouring an alcoholic beverage into a cup inside of his vehicle at McDonalds on Center Street. Patrolman Drew MacQueen caught up with the suspect vehicle on Route 22 near Route…

Flemington Rocks Again at the Stangl Factory: Saturday, January 31, 2015

Stangl Stage is located in the historic Stangl Factory on Stangl Road in Flemington (map). Wine and food will be available for purchase. Recommended donation is $10 to help keep the music and art going! Any questions, emailflemingtonrocks@gmail.com. Spread the word!7pm – 8:15pm – Opening Act: Ed Wilson and Joe…

SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE HONORS JACQUE AND CYNDEE ROSZEL AS NEW JERSEY HORSEPERSONS OF THE YEAR

The 2014 Governor’s Award for Horseperson of the Year was awarded to Jacque and Cyndee Roszel January 25 at the annual Breeders Luncheon by New Jersey Assistant Secretary of Agriculture Alfred Murray.The Roszels, former agricultural education teachers and FFA advisors at Allentown High School, have owned and shown horses for…

HEARTRINGS OF CLINTON IS HAVING A 30 PERCENT OFF SALE

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IN CLINTON TODAY IS THE LAST DAY TO LICENSE YOUR PET WITHOUT FINE

lease note for all residents who have not yet registered your pet (Cat or Dog), beginning Monday, February 2, 2015 a late fee of $4.00 per animal, per month, will incurred. Please get your animals registered as soon as possible.                                                                                                                  To download a copy of the pet license form, click here.

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RVCC to Present “Iceland Inspired,” a Group Art Exhibition

Raritan Valley Community College’s (RVCC) Visual and Performing Arts Department will present Iceland Inspired, a group show of contemporary artwork, February 20-March 13, in the Art Gallery at the College’s Branchburg Campus. An artist’s talk will be held in the Art Gallery on Friday, February 20, from 5:30-6:30 p.m. A…

LETTER Bill Places Moratorium on Approvals, Construction of Multi-Family Developments in Light of Edgewater Fire

To prevent another inferno like the recent Avalon Bay at Edgewater fire that displaced more than 1,000 residents, Assembly Republican Whip Scott Rumana is having legislation drafted that will place a moratorium, of up to two years, on the approval for and/or construction of multi-family housing developments until the state’s…

LETTER Assembly Approves Dancer Bipartisan Bill Package Regulating the Dispersal of Military Weapons to Police Agencies

Two bipartisan measures sponsored by Assembly Republican Ron Dancer increasing controls on the acquisition and deployment of military surplus equipment by law enforcement agencies were approved today by the General Assembly. The bills, A-3754/S-2365 and A-3901/S-2364, enhance oversight over the federal 1033 program authorizing the transfer of armored vehicles, weapons…

LETTER Assembly Approves Dancer Bipartisan Bill Promoting Native Plants in State Landscape Projects

Legislation requiring state entities to purchase native plants for land management and restoration projects, sponsored by Assembly Republican Ron Dancer, won approval of the General Assembly today. Dancer’s bill, A-1305, promotes the use of trees, shrubs and grasses that are indigenous to the state for all landscaping projects under the…

LETTER Bill Protecting Access to Student Personal Info Passes Assembly

Legislation sponsored by Assembly Republican Conference Leader Dave Rible that protects a student’s personal information from being distributed to the federal government was approved by the Assembly today.   Under the bill, A-2724, the Dept. of Education is required to annually notify parents and guardians they have the option to remove…

LETTER Assembly Advances Muñoz Bill to Protect Stalking Victims

To protect stalking victims, repeat offenders face increased jail time under legislation Assembly Deputy Republican Leader Nancy F. Muñoz sponsors. The bill, A-3841, today received General Assembly approval.   “Restraining orders often aren’t enough of a deterrent for stalkers. Regardless of their motivation, the goal is the same – to…

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Thekla Kieffer, 81, of Holland Township,

Thekla Kieffer HOLLAND TOWNSHIP, NJ – Thekla Kieffer, 81, of Holland Township, NJ passed away on Wednesday, January 28, 2015 at her home. Services are private under the care of the Johnson-Walton Funeral Home. Entombment will take place at St. Mary’s Mausoleum in Alpha, NJ.

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Nancy Lou Loughlin Hawkinson 55

If you are wondering why the world seems to have less color and style today, it is the result of the passing of Nancy Lou Loughlin Hawkinson (55) of Neshanic Station, NJ on January 29th, 2015. After a strong and courageous battle with illness, she left behind a legacy of…

Sophie A. Puzio, age 89 of Whitehouse Station,

Sophie A. Puzio, age 89 of Whitehouse Station, NJ, died Thursday, January 29, 2015 at Independence Manor in Raritan Twp., NJ. A lifelong resident of Whitehouse Station, NJ, Sophie was the daughter of the late Joseph and Mary (Cap) Borys. She was a communicant of Our Lady of Lourdes Church, a member…

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Governor Chris Christie Takes Action on Pending Legislation

BILL SIGNINGS: S-900/A-3632 (Rice/Tucker, Mosquera, Garcia, Wimberly) – Requires Commissioner of Health to review impact of disabilities on persons in minority and underrepresented communities S-1382/A-2933 (Barnes, Van Drew/Pinkin, DeAngelo, Eustace) – Prohibits unsolicited telemarketing sales calls to commercial mobile service devices A-1483/S-2363 (DeAngelo, Benson, Wisniewski/Greenstein) – Eliminates DOT approval of municipal traffic calming…

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CONGRESSMAN LANCE House Republican Israel Caucus Statement On 70th Anniversary of the Liberation of Auschwitz

U.S. Representatives Leonard Lance (NJ-07), Lee Zeldin (NY-01), Peter Roskam (IL-06) and Doug Lamborn (CO-05), co-chairmen of the House Republican Israel Caucus, released the following statement on the 70th Anniversary of the Liberation of Auschwitz: “Our Nation will never forget the hate and intolerance, immense suffering and crimes against humanity…

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Senator Menendez Urges Secretary Kerry to Implement the Ukraine Freedom Support Act

Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ), Ranking Member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, sent the following letter to Secretary Kerry, urging the administration to exercise the authorities granted by the Ukraine Freedom Support Act in the wake of the deadliest period of conflict since the ceasefire agreement was signed on September…

RABIES ALERT BETHLEHEM TWP

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A NEW MOST WANTED IN HUNTERDON HAVE YOU SEEN LUIS PEREZ LEAR

Last known address: Philadelphia, PA Age 30 – White Male 5’09”, 280 lbs. Brown Hair, Hazel Eyes Mr. Lear was charged with narcotics crimes in Hunterdon County, NJ. He failed to appear in court regarding these charges. An arrest warrant was issued on November 17, 2014. Any persons with information…

HUNTERDON COUNTY MOST WANTED CAPTURED RASHAD L. CLARK

MR. CLARK WAS ARRENTED BY THE FLEMINGTON BOROUGH POLICY DEPARTMENT. Last known address: Irvington, NJAge 33 – Black Male5’07”, 210 lbs.Black Hair, Brown EyesMr. Clark was charged with obtaining prescription medications through fraud in Hunterdon County, NJ. He failed to appear in court for sentencing. An arrest warrant was issued on October…

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Voorhees Wins Mock Trial County Championship

Voorhees High School’s Mock Trial Team won the county championship on January 22!  Congratulations to the team and its advisor, Ms. Kathy Manz.  The team moves on to the regional competition which will be held on February 5.  Good luck Voorhees!

IN DELAWARE TWP TONIGHT PIPELINE DISCUSSION

The township meeting that was scheduled for tonight at 7:30 has been postponed until this Thursday, the 29th, at 7PM.  7-7:30PM will be the budget meeting, where we will be requesting the township committee to commit money for an expert witness/consultant.  Following the budget meeting will be the regular meeting at 7:30…

LADIES TONIGHT AT GRIDDLE LOUNGE CLINTON $5 martinis WITH HOLLY

Join us for Ladies Night!! $5 Svedka Martinis, $8 Grey Goose Martinis, and Try our Pumpkin Spice Martinis!!! Come watch the game with us!! $7 Pitchers domestic Pitchers, $2 Domestic Bottle & Drafts,and $3.50 Vodka Mixes and $3.50 Fireball shots!!!PONG IS BACK!!! By Popular demand our Weekly Pong Tournament is back this…

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HUNTERDON FREEHOLDERS NEXT MEETING TO BE HELD IN MILFORD

In accordance with the provisions of the Open Public Meetings Act, Chapter 231, P.L. 1975, 10:4-12,a, notice is hereby given that the Hunterdon County Board of Chosen Freeholders will hold its regular meeting on Tuesday, February 03, 2015, at the Holland Township Municipal Building, located at 61 Church Road, Milford,…

OPEN MIKE WITH KARL DIETEL TONIGHT AT PATTENBURG TAVERN

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Mike Viscel playing the Clinton House Friday Night

  Friday Night at 7 at the clinton house   http://www.theclintonhouse.com/   

Wedding Show Weekend at BEAVER BROOK COUNTRY CLUB

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/wedding-show-weekend-tickets-15101297387     

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Hunterdon Health and Wellness Centers Will Offer Education Seminars in February

The Hunterdon Health and Wellness Centers in Whitehouse Station and Clinton are dedicated to providing health enhancement and disease prevention programs for the community.  As part of their education series, the Hunterdon Health and Wellness Center in Whitehouse Station will be offering The Importance of Strength and Balance Training for Everyone on…

AT STRIPPED WAXING BAR CLINTON Valentine’s day special has started!!!! His and Hers: He gets a Manzilian and she gets her Brazilian FREE! YES I SAID FREE!!

Valentine’s day special has started!!!! His and Hers: He gets a Manzilian and she gets her Brazilian FREE! YES I SAID FREE!!! (only available Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays; must be booked for same day) Lets try something new!: When you add a new service you haven’t revived here you will…

‘Mystery’ Building at Dvoor Farm to Become Rustic Classroom

Many times when Catherine Suttle walked up the gravel driveway at the Hunterdon Land Trust’s Dvoor Farm headquarters, she wondered about the old white wagon shed on the property. Clues abound that the pre-Civil War era building served some other purpose years ago, but what exactly? Was it an old…

EBAY ITEM OF THE DAY FROM ROGUES GALLERY CLINTON CLASSIC LA DIVA BLACK ITALIAN LEATHER HANDBAG

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NORTH HUNTERDON HIGH Student Council Holds Teens for Jeans Drive

The Student Council of North Hunterdon High School is collecting jeans for Teens for Jeans, a national campaign in partnership with Aéropostale and DoSomething.org. Teens for Jeans encourages young people across the country to run a jean drive in their school or community to help provide clothing for youth experiencing…

BLUE SKY WILL BE OPEN SATURDAY DURING FARMERS MARKET

We’re taking a break from our WINTER BREAK and opening on Saturday (1/31) because there’s another great FARMER’S MARKET at Stangl plus MUSIC at 7pm in the Factory. We’ll be open from 11 to 9pm. Winter Clearance PLUS Spring Samples are in. Yipee!!   https://www.facebook.com/BlueSkyBoutique?filter=1

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CENTRAL ADJUSTS CALENDAR DUE TO “SNOW”

Because of the two school closings, we will make the following adjustments to Hunterdon Central’s calendar this week: The last day of the first semester will be Thursday, January 29. We will have a 1/2 day In Service for Staff on Friday, January 30; students will be dismissed at 12:00…

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READINGTON MOVES PL BRD PUB HEARINGS

All Planning Board public hearings scheduled for January 26, 2015 will be carried to February 9, 2015 without further notice

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EAST AM POLICE REPORT FOR DECEMBER

http://www.eastamwelltownship.com/Police_Activity_Report.pdf    New Jersey State Police – Kingwood Station East Amwell Township – Municipal Code 1008 Monthly Activity Report – Month of December 2014 (email to: tmatheny and tstahl @eastamwelltownship.com) Type of Activity: Calls for Service (General) Medical Assistance 9 Verbal Dispute 2 (Locktown Rd.; and Linvale Rd.) False Fire…

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RVCC Hosts Global Game Jam with over 25,000 Participants Worldwide

Raritan Valley Community College’s (RVCC) Computer Science Department and Game Creation Club recently hosted a local site for the annual Global Game Jam, a worldwide festival of creativity, art and technology, held January 23-25. The goal of the Global Game Jam is to produce a complete video game around a…

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Seller of Motor Vehicle Service Contracts Will Cease Business in New Jersey; Agrees to $810,000 Settlement and to Reimburse Consumers Up to Nearly $200,000

Direct Buy Associates, Inc., which does business as Direct Buy Auto Warranty (“DBAW”), will stop offering motor vehicle service contracts (“MVSCs”) to New Jersey consumers, shut down its New Jersey office within six months, and also reimburse consumers who purchased MVSCs but were not provided the coverage they were promised,…

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RESTORATION OF FISHERMAN’S WALKWAY AT ISLAND BEACH STATE PARK COMPLETED

Fisherman’s Walkway, a popular and functional surf fishing access point at Island Beach State Park that was completely destroyed by Superstorm Sandy, has been fully restored and is now reopened, Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin announced today. Approximately 1,000 feet of wooden walkway, measuring about eight feet in…

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Menendez and Sires Reintroduce Legislation to Expand Research for Tourette Syndrome

Senator Bob Menendez (D-Nj) and Congressman Albio Sires (D, NJ-12) reintroduced the Collaborative Academic Research Efforts (CARE) for Tourette Syndrome Act to expand and further coordinate efforts towards research for Tourette syndrome. This bill would promote activities at the Nationrrdgtjkmal Institutes of Health (NIH) aimed at combating and diagnosing Tourette…

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Catherine Ann Dudzinski, age 91

Catherine Ann Dudzinski, age 91, died Wednesday, January 28, 2015 at Hunterdon Medical Center in Raritan Township, NJ.She was born June 28, 1923 in Pittston, PA, and was the ninth of twelve children to the late Michael and Mary (Kopcha) Czar. Catherine was a 1947 graduate of the cadet program…

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Gary F. Poliscastro, age 63 years, of Kingwood

Gary F. Policastro KINGWOOD TOWNSHIP, NJ – Gary F. Poliscastro, age 63 years, of Kingwood Township, NJ, died Tuesday, January 27, 2015, at Country Arch Care Center, Pittstown, NJ. Born in Passaic, NJ, April 11, 1951, son of the late Angelo and Concetta DePalma Policastro, he had formerly resided in…

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Irene Polosky, age 88

Irene Polosky READINGTON TOWNSHIP, NJ – Irene Polosky, age 88, died Tuesday, January 27, 2015 at her home in Whitehouse Station, NJ. Born December 9, 1926 in Scranton, PA, she was the daughter of the late Joseph and Viola (Maczek) Juzwick. Raised in Scranton, Irene moved to Rahway and graduated…

TWO BURGLARIES IN RARITAN TWP please be careful

Friday, January 23, 2015 – Police patrols responded to two reports of residential burglaries during the evening hours. One report was at a residence on Manchur Court while the other was at a residence on Becks Boulevard. Jewelry and other valuables were taken from the Becks Boulevard residence. The burglars…

SCARY – MAN WEAVING AT 8:54 WITH HYPO NEEDLES

Wednesday, January 21, 2015 @ approximately 8:54 AM – Police arrested Stephen R. Hoffsommer, age 26 of Brick, NJ, and charged him with hindering his own apprehension, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a hypodermic needle following a motor vehicle stop on Rt. 31. Hoffsommer was initially stopped for…

All winter clothing is 30% off at Heartstrings.

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Powerful documentary “Someone You Love: The HPV Epidemic” Makes Flemington Premiere with Special Screening at Hunterdon Medical Center

Filmmakers Frederic Lumiere and Mark Hefti have announced the Flemington premiere of their new film Someone You Love: The HPV Epidemic, with a special screening, on February 11th at 6:00 p.m. in the auditorium at Hunterdon Medical Center, 1st floor, 2100 Wescott Drive, Flemington.  The film is about 80 minutes and will be…

Barrel Tasting at Grape Finale Hands-On Winery in Flemington! FEB 6 and 7

  https://www.facebook.com/grapefinale    Mark your calendars for Friday, February 6th from 7 – 9 pm and Saturday, February 7th from 2 – 5 pm. Sample wines from the barrel, purchase available shares, then return in early March to bottle and apply your custom label to your wine. Custom labeled Grape…

CLINTON FIRE GOES TO WISCONSIN TO CHECK OUT NEW ENGINE

Last week 5 members went to Appleton, Wisconsin and met with our Pierce salesman for 2 days. The purpose of these meetings were to double check every aspect of the specification for the new Engine 45-2. Those members worked hard to make sure every last detail is correct. We are…

Sergeantsville Volunteer Fire Company award winners

Last evening the Sergeantsville Volunteer Fire Company held our annual dinner. The officers were sworn in by Mayor Locandro and a good time was had by all.Awards given out this year:Firefighter of the Year – Ralph Della BadiaJunior Firefighter of the Year – Jack McKevittTop Responders1st Place – Ralph Della…

MATTS RED ROOSTER VALENTINE IDEA

This Wednesday’s Left Handed Tasting Dinner has SOLD OUT! If you missed this one, tickets are now on sale for the next one taking place on Wednesday February 18th. Valentine’s gift idea anyone? smile emoticonhttp://www.orderredrooster.com/

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CENTRAL SWIMMERS TAKE TITLE

Congratulations Boys & Girls Swimming Hunterdon Central’s boys and girls swimming team caputured the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex County Swimming Championships.

ROGUES GALLERY OF CLINTON EBAY ITEM OF THE DAY PAIR OF ORNATE SILVERPLATE CANDLESTICKS CANDLEHOLDERS – ITALY – NEIMAN MARCUS

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Looking for a tasteful, elegant space to host your next event?

Look no further than our beautiful, newly-renovated hall, “The Dove”.  Its soaring ceilings, topped with handsome wood arches, create a spacious, open feeling to the room. The neutral Tuscan-inspired color-scheme will accent any décor you choose for your event.  Several large bronze chandeliers provide abundant light for a glowing atmosphere. …

FROM REFINE DAY SPA CLINTON It’s cold out there! Find out how you can protect your hair from damage this winter

  http://www.refinedayspa.com/beauty-bl…/…/16/winter-hair-care   We all know that the winter can wreak havoc on our skin, from drying to cracking, but did you know that cold weather can have the same type of damaging effects on your hair?  The combination of frigid temperatures, snow, sun exposure and even indoor heating, can…

Tractor trailer decides to take a cruise on sidewalk and severs utility pole

TYPE OF INCIDENT:  MVA DATE: 01/08/2015 OFFICER: Ptl. Brian Shipps   Partol was dispatched to Main Sreet for a report of a motor vehicle accident.  The driver, Daschall Castrol Grade, 29 of Essex, MD was driving a 2012 Peterbuilt tractor trailer, failed to observe signage for the 12’6” NJ transit…

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