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HERE ARE ALL THE PEOPLE WHO FILED FOR JUN’ES REPUBLICAN PRIMARY – FREEHOLDERS UNOPPOSED RACES THAT COULD GET UGLY LOOK LIKE HIGH BRIDGE AND READINGTON

HUNTERDON COUNTY CONTESTS Unofficial     BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS- 3 YR. TERM VOTE FOR TWO: REPUBLICAN J. Matthew Holt 17 Georges Place Clinton NJ 08809 John King 55 Cherryville-Stanton Rd. Flemington, NJ  08822   LOCAL CONTESTS   *ALEXANDRIA TOWNSHIP TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE- 3 YR. TERM VOTE FOR ONE REPUBLICAN R….

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HERE ARE ALL THE PEOPLE WHO FILED FOR DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS IN JUNE’S PRIMARY

HUNTERDON COUNTY CONTESTS UNOFFICIAL     BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS- 3 Year TERM VOTE FOR TWO:   DEMOCRATIC No Petition(s) Filed   LOCAL CONTESTS *ALEXANDRIA TOWNSHIP TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE- 3 YR. TERM- VOTE FOR ONE DEMOCRATIC No Petition Filed   *BETHLEHEM TOWNSHIP TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE- 3 YR. TERM- VOTE FOR TWO DEMOCRATIC…

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TONIGHT CLINTON COUNCIL TO DECIDE ON REPLACEMENT FOR COUNCILMAN SHEA – CAN ANYONE REALLY REPLACE HIM??

SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING MARCH 31, 2015 7:00 P.M. CALL TO ORDER FLAG SALUTE ROLL CALL STATEMENT OF ADEQUATE NOTICE 1. PRESENTATION OF REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE NOMINEES FOR COUNCIL Sherry Dineen, 54 Leigh Street Frank P. Gallagher, 31 Center Street Daniel Melillo, 33 Union Road 2. RESOLUTION #64-15 –   EXECUTIVE SESSION…

Curtis L. Schick, 91, of Alexandria Township

ALEXANDRIA TOWNSHIP, NJ – Curtis L. Schick, 91, of Alexandria Township, NJ passed away on Saturday, March 28, 2015 at Country Arch Care Center in Union Township, NJ.Born October 10, 1923 in Little York (Alexandria Township), NJ, Curtis lived in New Brunswick for four years before moving back to Alexandria…

St. Joseph Council Knights of Columbus in High Bridge conducted a “Baby Shower” to obtain contributions intended for two area women’s health centers

The Knights solicited items that would be useful for a newborn baby like blankets, clothes, baby formula, diapers, or even usable furniture. Monetary donations were also encouraged. The collection was conducted at St. Joseph Church in High Bridge. The 2015 event was the council’s 5th annual Baby Shower. Organized by…

PILL THIEF BROUGHT BACK TO HUNTERDON

On Wednesday, March 25, Officers Jennifer Petruzziello and Raffaella Vastola traveled to the Burlington County Jail where they arrested Casey O’Rourke, age 25, of Flemington. Ms. O’Rourke had a warrant for her arrest, issued by the Clinton Township Police Department, charging her with Theft. The charge stemmed from the allegation…

HUNTERDON COUNTY CAR OF THE DAY FOR SALE 2012 Nissan LEAF SL GO ELECTRIC

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APRIL 18th HOPEWALK in FLEMINGTON raises awareness for Brain Illnesses

Join us for a fun stroll down Main Street in Flemington on April 18th from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. and help support NAMI HUNTERDON (National Alliance on Mental Illness) and “Getting Together Self Help Center”.   Coldwell Banker of Flemington has an exciting day with a walk which begins…

SON DV AGAINST MOTHER TWICE IN ONE MORNING LEADS TO 25k BAIL IN HC JAIL

On Thursday, March 26, at approximately 9:10 am, officers were dispatched to a township residence for a report of a twenty (20) year-old man who was breaking things inside of his mother’s residence, where he resides. The mother left the house out of fear and called the police. Upon arrival,…

FACIAL TIP OF THE DAY FROM REFINE DAY SPA Now is the best time to retire heavy moisturizers

It finally feels likes Spring! Now is the best time to retire heavy moisturizers and pick up something light weight. Ask us about GM Collin OXYGEN PURACTIVE+ TREATING MIST!   https://www.facebook.com/RefineDaySpaNJ

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Hunterdon County Polytech Adult & Continuing Education FREE Information Session for Cosmetology, Aesthetics, Certified Nurse Aide & Dental Assistant

If you are interested in a new career, come to our “FREE” Information Session on Wednesday, May 6th from 7-8pm at our Bartles Campus in Flemington.  This is a great opportunity to gain insight into our Cosmetology, Aesthetics (Skin Care), Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) and Dental Assistant programs.  Come in and…

Harassment Hunterdon Preparatory School on Spencer Lane

On Sunday, March 22, staff at the Hunterdon Preparatory School on Spencer Lane received information that a student had been sending course and alarming social media messages to other students at the school. The accused, a fifteen (15) year-old Maplewood boy, allegedly made similar comments during a phone conversation with…

HUNTERDON COUNTY SHERIFF SALES FOR WEDNESDAY

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ROGUES GALLERY EBAY ITEM OF THE DAY AUTHENTIC ORIGINAL METAL “DRINK COCA COLA” CAP SIGN – 36″ READY TO HANG

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Alleged Dispute Leads To Marijuana Charge in Clinton

On Thursday, March 26, at approximately 7:30 pm, Patrolman Sean Ross was dispatched to an assault occurring inside of a vehicle in the parking lot of a Center Street restaurant. The vehicle left the scene prior to Ptl. Ross’ arrival but the vehicle was soon located on Route 31 North…

Tickets are now on sale for April’s Left Handed Tasting Dinner AT MATTS RED ROOSTER

Every Left Handed Tasting this year has sold out so buy your tickets early! Matt’s hint at this month’s theme: Southern. http://www.orderredrooster.com/

YOU BETTER STOP FOR PEDS IN XWALK – warrant found for driver

Jeremy A. Sparks, 39 of Princeton, NJ, was arrested on March 25th at 5:11PM for contempt. Lt. Brown stopped Sparks in the area of Perry Street and George Street after Sparks failed to stop for pedestrians in a crosswalk. Subsequent to investigation, Sparks was found to have an active ATS warrant…

MAN FOUND LOOMING AROUND LAMBERTVILLE PIZZA PLACE WANTED FOR CHILD SUPPORT

Brian D. Gaye, 32 of Trenton, NJ, was arrested on March 25th at 1:52AM for contempt. While conducting stationary radar in the area of the Exxon Gas Station, Ptl. Bast observed two males acting suspiciously near Nicola’s Pizza. Subsequent to investigation, both individuals were bread delivery men. After conducting warrant checks…

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Family Team Meetings Are a Good Way to Stay Connected with Your Kids

With everyone’s hectic schedules today, sometimes we take our family for granted, take our frustration and anger out on them. Hunterdon Prevention Resources (HPR) is proud to announce that it will present Unifying Families:  Family Team Meetings.  Participants to the program will learn the value of touching base regularly as a family “team.” …

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LETTER Budget Slices Borrowing and One-Shot Revenues

 Assembly Republican Budget Officer Declan O’Scanlon, R- Monmouth, released the following statement today after the budget committee heard overviews and revenue projections from David J. Rosen, Legislative Budget and Finance Officer and State Treasurer Andrew P. Sidamon-Eristoff:   “This is not a kick-the-can-down-the-road budget. This budget, in conjunction with the…

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LETTER Bipartisan Support of Sustainable Pension Reforms

Assembly Republican Christopher J. Brown issued the following statement  calling for bipartisan support of the governor’s “roadmap” for pension reform after listening to testimony from State Treasurer Andrew P. Sidamon-Eristoff to the Assembly Budget Committee:   “New Jersey taxpayers want us to work together and find a solution to a $60…

Cobb Salad — at Towne Restaurant Clinton

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FREEHOLDERS SPECIAL BUDGET MEETING TODAY

HUNTERDON COUNTY BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS PUBLIC NOTICE SPECIAL BUDGET SESSION MEETING MARCH 31, 2015 4PM EXECUTIVE SESSION 5PM OPEN SESSION In accordance with the provisions of the Open Public Meetings Act, Chapter 231, P.L. 1975, 10:4-12a, notice is hereby given that the Hunterdon County Board of Chosen Freeholders will…

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LAMBERTVILLE MUNICIPAL OFFICES CLOSED FRIDAY

FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 2015:  All City offices will be closed on Friday, April 3, 2015 for Good Friday. Garbage and Recycling regularly scheduled for a Friday pick-up will be picked up on Thursday, April 2, 2015. 

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Tricky Tray for ARC of Hunterdon APRIL 18

The ARC of Hunterdon County, which provides services to some of our students, is holding its 4th Annual Tricky Tray on Saturday, April 18 in the cafeterias at North Hunterdon High School at 4:30pm. Prizes will include items from Coach, Longaberger, and Vera Bradley. There will also be a cash…

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TODAYS HUNTERDON CENTRAL ATHLETIC SCHEDULE

Tuesday, Mar 31, 2015 Time Event Details Comments Practice, Soccer, G, JV  Field 2 Practice times may change due … 08:00am- 10:30am Practice, Volleyball, B, Varsity  Gym Wooden 09:00am- 11:00am Practice, Lacrosse, G, Freshman  Field 1 Spring Break 09:00am- 11:00am Practice, Track and Field, B, Varsity  Stewart Field 09:00am- 11:00am Practice, Track and Field, G, Varsity …

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RVCC Student Receives National Leadership Award

Raritan Valley Community College (RVCC) student Karey Hornbaker has been selected to receive Campus Compact’s 2015 Newman Civil Fellows Award. The Morris Plains resident joins the Newman Civic Class of 2015, composed of 201 students from across the country who are being honored for service to their community. Campus Compact…

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To Combat Widespread Scams, New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs Launches “Fighting Fraud” Awareness Program

From the IRS phone scam, to lottery and sweepstakes cons, to the so-called grandparent scam, the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has received anecdotal information suggesting that impostor frauds and other criminal scams are more active than ever –and are preying on potential victims in New Jersey through phone…

CONGRESSMAN Lance Statement on House-Passage of The Balanced Budget for a Stronger America

Congressman Leonard Lance (NJ-07) released the following statement after House passage of H. Con. Res. 27, which would establish the budget for fiscal year 2016. “Today’s House-passed budget blueprint puts our Nation on a path of fiscal responsibility by balancing our federal budget in ten years, lessening deficits, funding our…

MUST HAVE BEEN SOME HEADACHE – WOMAN CRASHES INTO HOUSE

Thursday, March 26, 2015 @ approximately 12:12 PM – Police responded to 98 Sand Hill Road for a report of a vehicle which had crashed into the house there. The investigation revealed that Michelle M. Russell, age 43 of Austin, TX, was driving north on Thatcher’s Hill Road, approaching the Sand…

All Star Music Empire of Flemington is running a Bass Clinic Featuring John “JD” DeServio of Black Label Society MARCH 31

All Star Music Empire is hosting a bass clinic featuring legendary bass guitarist, John “JD” DeServio of Black Label Society (BLS) on Tuesday, March 31st from 7-9pm at their venue in Flemington.  BLS is one of the most well known metal and hard rock acts in the world.  Come to the…

HERE IS A WEIRD ONE – COUPLE AFTER ALREADY INTERACTING WITH PA POLICE CONTINUE TO HARASS MAN INTO CLINTON WITH DRUGS IN THEIR CAR??

On March 28, 2015 at 4:20 PM, Patrolman Timothy McGuire was dispatched to an aggressive driver call on Center Street. The caller stated that he was involved in an earlier altercation in Northampton, Pennsylvania with the people in the vehicle that was following him. In that incident, the local police…

AT 6:40 a.m. woman crashed car drunk with kids on board – flipped on roof

Thursday, March 26, 2015 @ approximately 6:40 AM – Police arrested Alison M. Griffing, age 48 of Raritan Township, and charged her with driving under the influence of alcohol following a motor vehicle crash on Barton Hollow Road. Police were initially called to the scene for a report of a vehicle…

ATTACHMENTS OF FLEMINGTON MAKES DONATION TO HUNTERDON PREVENTION RESOURCES

Giving Back is So Much Fun! Karen (left) and Mary Anne (right) present Lesley Gabel, Co-Executive Director of Hunterdon Prevention Resources with a donation check from Attachments Pot O’ Gold event.   https://www.facebook.com/pages/Attachments-Sage/224633743220 

CONGRESSMAN LANCE House Votes Overwhelmingly to Permanently Repeal the SGR and Strengthen Medicare

“Today the U.S. House has come together to protect senior citizen’s access to their doctors and strengthen the Medicare program over the longer term.” WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Leonard Lance (NJ-07), member of the House Energy and Commerce Health Subcommittee, today applauded passage of H.R. 2, the “Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act” —…

Marjorie R. Lambert 67 Stage 4 liver and colon cancer

Obituary for Marjorie Ruth Lambert Marjorie R. Lambert passed away peacefully on Friday March 27 2015 at Compassionate Care Hospice at St. Francis Trenton, N.J. due to complications from the devastating effects of a two-year battle with Stage 4 liver and colon cancer. She was 67. Margie was born in…

REAL ESTATE LISTING OF THE DAY BROUGHT TO YOU BY REAL ESTATE ATTORNEY MARTIN EAGAN 9 Hillview Dr TEWKSBURY BEAUTIFUL HOME

  http://www.weichert.com/54828172/    DO YOU NEED A REAL ESTATE ATTORNEY?  Law Office of Martin D. Eagan 43 West High Street Somerville, NJ 08876 (908) 526-2507    http://www.martyeagan.com/martye.shtml  

FROM THE CLINTON TOWN POLICE – BEWARE OF Lennon J. Freed, 29, TRYING TO PASS STOLEN CHECKS – he is now a most wanted

On March 10, 2015, the Town of Clinton Police Department was contacted by the Pequannock Township Police department in reference to a theft of some blank checks that had occurred in their jurisdiction and were being presented for payment at the Unity Bank in the Town of Clinton on January…

Take advantage of our exclusive Fur Services AT FLEMINGTON FURS SIMPLY THE BEST FUR STORAGE IN THE US

https://www.flemingtonfurs.com/fur-services Flemington Fur is a   FULL-SERVICE     operation located in Flemington, NJ. We are dedicated to caring for your furs and we serve fur connoisseurs from New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut, including those who require specialized fur storage. New Jersey, Philadelphia and NYC fur owners can…

MAN SHOPLIFTS AND THEN TRIES TO RETURN GOODS FOR MONEY

Wednesday, March 25, 2015 @ approximately 4:20 PM – Police arrested Brian M. Teeling, age 27 of Hampton, NJ, and charged him with shoplifting from Walmart on Rt.31. Police were initially called to the store for a report of a shoplifter who had been observed leaving the store without paying for…

HUNTERDON COUNTY CAR OF THE DAY 2011 Infiniti G25 Sedan x

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FREEHOLDERS TO HAVE SPECIAL BUDGET MEETING TOMORROW

In accordance with the provisions of the Open Public Meetings Act, Chapter 231, P.L. 1975, 10:4-12a, notice is hereby given that the Hunterdon County Board of Chosen Freeholders will hold a special budget meeting session on Tuesday, March 31, 2015, with Executive Session starting at 4:00 p.m. and Open Session…

HUNTERDON COUNTY MOST WANTED OF THE WEEK TYLER J. LOUDENBERRY of Bloomsbury

  Fugitive(s) for the Week Ending March 28, 2015 TYLER J. LOUDENBERRY  Last known address:  Bloomsbury, NJ Age 26, White Male 5’08”, 146 lbs. Brown Hair, Brown Eyes Mr. Loudenberry was charged with narcotics crimes in Hunterdon County.  A warrant with surrounding states extradition is active Any persons with information…

JENNIFER LOPEZ LINE NOW AT MADE TO TO ORDER CLINTON

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LETTER Bill To Protect Drug-Endangered Children

Deputy Republican Conference Leader Mary Pat Angelini, R-Monmouth, is sponsoring legislation that would make a parent or caregiver who unlawfully uses, manufactures, or distributes a controlled dangerous substance (CDS) while in the presence of a child guilty of endangering the welfare of that child. “Sadly, there are 9.2 million children…

ARE YOU GOING ROGUE? EBAY ITEM OF THE DAY VINTAGE WEBSTER SILVER CO STERLING SILVER COBALT BLUE GLASS MUSTARD POT W SPOON

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Shirley Czajkowski, 71 of Tewksbury Township Pancreatic Cancer.

Shirley Czajkowski   Shirley Czajkowski, 71 of Tewksbury Township NJ died on Friday, March 27, 2015 at Memorial Sloan Kettering in New York of Pancreatic Cancer. She was born in Newark, NJ on May 19, 1943 the daughter of the late William and Helen (Turos) Supko and has lived in…

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IN RE ADOPTION OF GUIDANCE FOR MUNICIPALITIES REGARDING OCTOBER 8, 2010 APPELLATE DIVISION DECISION BY THE STAFF OF THE COUNCIL ON AFFORDABLE HOUSING

On appeal from Council on Affordable Housing. Fair Share Housing Center, attorney for appellant Fair Share Housing Center (Kevin D. Walsh, on the brief). John J. Hoffman, Acting Attorney General, attorney for respondent New Jersey Council on Affordable Housing (George N. Cohen, Deputy Attorney General, on the brief). PER CURIAM…

OPEN CONTAINER WITH A DAGGER AT 1:30 a.m.

Thursday, March 26, 2015 @ approximately 1:30 AM – Police arrested Thomas C. McNamara, age 32 of Stockton, NJ, and charged him with possession of a prohibited weapon (dagger) following a motor vehicle stop on Rt. 202. McNamara was initially stopped for having a headlight out on the vehicle he was…

IN CLINTON NO SEAT BELT WARRANT

On March 21, 2015 at 8:15 AM, Patrolman Jeffery Ollerenshaw stopped a vehicle on Old Highway 22 driven by Scott M. Marinelli, 43 of Annandale, NJ for not wearing his seat belt. A computer check on Marinelli returned that his driver’s license was suspended and a warrant from Clinton Township…

AT MATTS RED ROOSTER ITS AS EASY AS A B C

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SUSPENDED WANTED DRIVER WITH POT

Wednesday, March 25, 2015 @ approximately 8:03 AM – Police arrested Jack I. Glassman, age 45 of Highland Park, NJ, and charged him with possession of less than 50 grams of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia (pipes) following a motor vehicle stop on River Road. Glassman was originally stopped after…

MARIJUANA LANE GAME PROBLEMS

March 24, 2015 @ approximately 1:15 AM – Police arrested Wayne A. Hamilton and Donna M. Poulin, both age 48 of Northbridge, MA, and Robin A. Bruso, age 47 of Putnam CT, and charged each with possession of less than 50 grams of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia (several pipes…

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MISS YOUR COURT DATE, GET ARRESTED

Hunterdon County Sheriff’s Detectives,  working with the Sussex County Sheriff’s Office and the New Jersey State Police in Totawa arrested a man on a Violation of Probation Warrant.  John D Pustelniak, with addresses in Annandale, Clinton, and Stockholm, NJ failed to comply with conditions of probation by missing his court…

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Rabies Clinic a Big Success in Califon thanks to students

The Califon Rabies Clinic was a big success. On Saturday January 10th the Califon Board of Health sponsored their annual rabies clinic. With the help of volunteers from our community we were able to provide FREE rabies vaccinations to over 150 dogs and cats! Dr. Mary Beth Hamorski and assistant…

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SENATOR BOOKER’S OFFICE HOURS IN LAMBERTVILLE:

Staff members of U.S. Senator Cory Booker will be holding mobile office hours at the Phillip L. Pittore Justice Center on Tuesday, Mach 31, from 10 a.m. until noon. Interested residents will be able to find information on federal programs or initiate the constituent assistance process for help on an…

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This summer, Hunterdon Central will offer Summer Institute courses in a variety of subject areas, for both credit and enrichment.

The classes, taught by Hunterdon Central’s faculty, are small and will provide an excellent academic experience. These courses may free up students’ scheduling options and/or permit students to advance in coursework. Summer Institute courses will begin on July 6 and run through August 6, Monday Through Thursday, form 8:00 AM…

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Spring Art Show AT VOORHEES

The Voorhees Art Department will be installing its 2015 Spring Art Show on Wednesday, April 15th.  There will be a reception for the artists, their parents and the community on Friday, April 17th at 6:00 PM in the mall area.  The show will include work from all grade levels and…

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Program Focusing on LGBT Civil Rights Slated at RVCC

Rep. Brian Sims (PA) will speak on “LGBT Civil Rights and the Power of Allies,” Thursday, April 16, at 4 p.m., at Raritan Valley Community College (RVCC). The program, which is free of charge and open to the public, will be held in the Conference Center at the College’s Branchburg…

William “Bill” Joseph Kamon, Jr., 67,

William “Bill” Joseph Kamon, Jr., 67, entered eternal life on Wednesday, March 25, 2015 at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick, NJ with loving family by his side. Born in Passaic, NJ, son of the late William and Stella (Nitek) Kamon, Sr., he grew up in Clifton, NJ…

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Florencio de la Calle, age 89, of Glen Gardner

Obituary of Florencio dela Calle Florencio de la Calle, age 89, of Glen Gardner, NJ died Friday, March 27, 2015 at home surrounded by his loving family. Born March 23, 1926 in Bound Brook, NJ. He was the son of the late Tomas de la Calle Iglesias and the late…

Robert B Reilly, age 66

Robert B Reilly, age 66, died unexpectedly at his home in Flemington, NJ. Born in Brooklyn, NY he was the son of the late Thomas Reilly Sr. and Lorraine Reilly-Currie. “Reilly” had lived in Newark before moving to Flemington four years ago. He was a proud Navy Veteran and had…

Bounty Hunter Sentenced to Prison for Bribing Sheriff’s Officers to Assist Him in Making False Claims That He Caught Fugitives Two Hudson County sheriff’s officers previously pleaded guilty to aiding him

 Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman announced that a bounty hunter who formerly lived in Jersey City was sentenced to prison today for conspiring in a scheme to have sheriff’s officers sign false documents so he could collect additional fees by claiming to capture fugitives who already had been apprehended…

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Senator Menendez Co-Sponsors Bipartisan Bill Honoring POW/MIA Servicemembers

U.S. Senator Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) joined Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), Senator Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) and a bipartisan group of Senate colleagues today to introduce legislation in the Senate and House to honor American servicemembers who are Prisoners of War (POW) or Missing in Action (MIA). The National POW/MIA Remembrance Act…

HUNTERDON CRIMESTOPPERS OFFERS $500 REWARD FOR ROBBERY SUSPECT THAT ROBBED 91 YR OLD WOMAN IN FRENCHTOWN

Hunterdon County CrimeStoppers is offering a reward of $500 for information leading to the arrest of the suspect responsible for robbing a 91 year old woman in Frenchtown on Sunday afternoon. According to Prosecutor Anthony P. Kearns, III, “The Hunterdon County Prosecutor’s Office and the Frenchtown Borough Police Department are…

All Star Music Empire of Flemington is running a Bass Clinic Featuring John “JD” DeServio of Black Label Society MARCH 31

All Star Music Empire is hosting a bass clinic featuring legendary bass guitarist, John “JD” DeServio of Black Label Society (BLS) on Tuesday, March 31st from 7-9pm at their venue in Flemington.  BLS is one of the most well known metal and hard rock acts in the world.  Come to…

WHO’S IN THE COUNTY JAIL

TOTAL INMATES IN HOUSE = 79 * 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 Abate Michelle HC34201 endngr. Welf.; poss. $50,000 ea. – Albright Loyd HC28962 drunk or drug $1,500 – ANNUNZIATA…

Beaver Brook Is Open For The Season details

http://www.beaverbrookcc.com/    Beaver Brook Annual Pass $999 Beaver Brook Annual Pass Program Includes Unlimited Green Fees Monday – Friday Anytime Saturday, Sunday & Holidays After 11:00am As an Annual Pass Holder at Beaver Brook Country Club, you will have endless opportunities to hone your golfing skills as you master shots…

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Clinton ranks on list for Best Towns for Families in NJ

“Clinton Ranks on the list for Best Towns for Families in New Jersey”. Click here to go directly to the article.

TONIGHT AT THE CLINTON HOUSE MICHAEL ANDREW

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RYDER TRUCK FLIPS ON 202

At approx. 1308 hrs. WAFCO along with 17 Rescue (LNHARS),HMC MICU and WATPD were dispatched to Rt # 202 NB in the area of the 2 mile marker for the reported tractor trailer overturned with entrapment.  Deputy 26 went responding and immediately added HR 495 (FRFARS) to the assignment do…

THIS WEEKEND GREAT DEALS AT CHELSEA FORGE ANTIQUES

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Hunterdon Healthcare and Shop-Rite in Flemington Host Bullying Program for Kids and Parents

Hunterdon Healthcare and Shop-Rite of Flemington will be presenting a spring health and wellness education series for the community.  The first program, “I am not going to be bullied!” for kids ages 9-13 and their parents will be held on Tuesday, April 21st from 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. in the Conference…

SPECIAL SAVINGS! 20 % OFF Any New Free People Item!!! AT MARYS / ADDICTED CLINTON

Free People.                           3rd Floor Addicted.               “We got everything we need right here and everything we need is enough.” Jack Johnson Lyrics~ Banana Pancakes               Our Free People collection is full…

The Flemington Business Improvement District announces the 2015 Spring Cultural Series…

The Spring Cultural Series offers something for everyone. It will feature three events all to take place at the Historic Court House on Main Street in Flemington on Thursday evenings in April. First to kick off the series is a one hour Children’s Variety Puppet Show that will take place…

ROGUES GALLERY EBAY ITEM OF THE DAY NAVAJO CARL & IRENE CLARK TURQUOISE+CORAL STERLING CUFF/BRACELET YEI

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LETTER – Bill Establishing ‘Opt-Out’ Process for Standardized Testing

 Legislation sponsored by Assembly Republicans Dave Rible and Robert Auth that establishes a process for opting out of standardized testing in the schools was approved today by the General Assembly. The bill, A-4165, allows the parent or guardian of a student to provide written notification to the school district that…

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IT’S RESTAURANT WEEK IN FLEMINGTON HERE IS MATTS RED ROOSTER MENU FOR TONIGHT

What: Flemington Restaurant Week Where: Matt’s Red Rooster Grill When: Mar 27, 5:30 PM – 10:00 PM Description: Flemington Restaurant Week Valid Tuesday, March 24th to Sunday, March 29th 2015  3 courses for $33/person plus tax & gratuity (our regular menu will also be available) MENU: 1st course, choice of: Grilled romaine, creamy Parmesan…

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LETTER Dancer Bill Expanding Use of Local Open Space Funding

Legislation Assembly Republicans Jay Webber and Ron Dancer sponsor that expands the use of county and municipal open space trust funds was approved today by the General Assembly.   “Local officials are only permitted to use open space funding for very specific purposes. As a result, there are towns and…

Habitat Spring tops are in and Blue Sky’s newest employee, Kim, is modeling a great tunic. $64.

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Hunterdon Land Trust Plans Saeger Preserve Tree Planting

Celebrate spring with the Hunterdon Land Trust by helping plant trees at the Tom Saeger Preserve on Saturday, April 11 at 9:30 a.m. The Land Trust has received 800 bare-root trees – including bayberries, black cherries, chestnut oaks, eastern red cedars and white oaks — from U.S. Fish and Wildlife…

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Hunterdon County Polytech Scholarships Surpass $1.5 Million and Climbing

Polytech senior Nathan Cronin has been awarded a partial scholarship to DeSales University to become a Physician Assistant; a value worth approximately $90,000. He has also been accepted to Kean, Arcadia, and Rider Universities. As he now ponders his options for next year, the majority of the school’s seniors are…

FIGHT Cancer Tshirts AT NORTH HUNTERDON HIGH

A 2011 North Hunterdon graduate is asking for support in her efforts to raise money for cancer research while honoring her late father.  Please see the information below. My name is Nicole Bednar and I am a 2011 graduate of North Hunterdon High School.  We unexpectedly lost our father to…

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Voorhees Be Positive Club Fundraiser-Dinner from Rosatas ORDER BY MARCH 30

Voorhees High School has begun a Be Positive Club whose function is to help raise funds for the B+ Foundation.  For more information, please see www.bepositive.org.  Proceeds from this fundraiser will go toward the B+ Foundation.  Busy? Don’t have time to think about what to make for dinner? Let Rosata’s cook for…

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Scarmolin Chamber Concerts to Present the Monmouth Winds at RVCC

Raritan Valley Community College (RVCC) will host the 2015 season of Scarmolin Chamber Concerts, sponsored by the A. Louis Scarmolin Trust. This year’s concerts will feature a performance by the Monmouth Winds, Sunday, April 19, at 3 p.m., and the Madrigal Singers, Sunday, May 3, at 3 p.m. Both concerts…

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Laura M. Appello, 68, of Holland Township

Laura M. Appello HOLLAND TOWNSHIP, NJ – Laura M. Appello, 68, of Holland Township, NJ passed away on Thursday, March 26, 2015 at the Hunterdon Medical Center in Raritan Township, NJ. Born May 9, 1946 in Newark, NJ, Laura lived in Edison and North Plainfield before moving to Holland Township…

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Florence C. Niece 84

Florence C. Niece DELAWARE TOWNSHIP, NJ – Florence C. Niece passed away peacefully at her home on Monday, March 23, 2015, after a brief illness. She was 84. Florence was born on August 14, 1930 in New York City, the oldest daughter of Frances and Joseph Stoy. She was a…

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Nancy Orcutt Seyboth

Nancy Orcutt Seyboth, of Hamilton, NJ, died on Thursday, March 26, 2015 in Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton, Hamilton, NJ.***A complete obituary reflecting Nancy’s life will be forthcoming.***Visitation and funeral services will be announced under the care of Wright & Ford Family Funeral Home and Cremation Services, 38 State…

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New Jersey Board of Medical Examiners Revokes the License of Central Jersey Physician Who Prescribed Excessive Quantities of Oxycodone Without Medical Justification

 In a significant victory for New Jersey’s fight against opiate abuse, the New Jersey State Board of Medical Examiners has revoked the license of Dr. Paul M. DiLorenzo, an Oakhurst physician who prescribed excessive quantities of oxycodone, a potentially addictive opiate, to a large number of individuals without medical justification….