TONIGHT AT 6 p.m. Learn about the Future Vision for the North Jersey Region and Hunterdon County

Learn about the Future Vision for the North Jersey Region and Hunterdon County DATE: Thursday, April 30, 2015 TIME: 6:00PM to 8:00PM LOCATION: Route 12 County Complex Building #1, Flemington visit: Hunterdon CEDS: http://hunterdonceds.com Agenda • 6:00 Welcome & Introductions •   6:10 • 6:20 Hunterdon CEDS • 6:45 Implementation of…

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RVCC Passes Budget that Reduces Operating Costs, Restructures Administrative Functions, & Increases Tuition

Faced with the prospect of declining enrollment and increases in contractual costs, the Raritan Valley Community College (RVCC) Board of Trustees tonight passed a budget for FY 2016 that reduces operating costs, restructures administrative functions, and raises tuition by $8 per credit. “In these challenging fiscal times it’s paramount that…

FRIDAY NIGHT SOMERSET PATRIOTS HOME OPENER FIREWORKS AND GREAT BASEBALL AT REASONABLE PRICES HERE ARE TODAYS GAME NOTES VERSUS BRIDGEPORT

http://www.somersetpatriots.com/event/details/1539/somerset-patriots-vs-york-revolution   HOME OPENER     April 30th Game Notes; Patriots @ Bluefish Posted on April 29, 2015 by Justin Antweil Bridgeport, CT – Tonight the Somerset Patriots (2-3) battle the Bridgeport Bluefish (3-2) for the final game of a three game midweek series featuring these Atlantic League flagship franchises. First pitch is scheduled…

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PEDESTRIAN STRUCK IN MILFORD

Milford *Pedestrian Struck* 760 Rt 619 Stem Brothers. Reported pedestrian struck. Ambulance on scene requesting Medevac fly. LZ at Plessy Field 92E 82E 11F NorthStar. -HCFE2

WHERE DO YOUR TAXES GO HUNTERDON CENTRAL – Costs Amount per Pupil: $20,523

District: HUNTERDON CENTRAL REG (2300) Operating Type 7-12 / 9-12 County: HUNTERDON Operating Type 7-12 / 9-12 Summary:   State Level Summary:  Total Spending Per Pupil (Definition) 2012-13 Total Spending: $63,146,137 2012-13 Average Daily Enroll plus Sent Pupils: 3,076.8 2012-13 Costs Amount per Pupil: $20,523 2012-13 Costs Rank Within Group per Pupil: 26 2013-14…

HUNTERDON COUNTY CAR OF THE DAY 2013 Subaru XV Crosstrek Limited

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LETTER Sweeney’s Income Tax Increase is Like a Bad Horror Movie

Assembly Deputy Republican Leader Anthony M. Bucco, R-Morris and Somerset, issued the following statement regarding Senate President Steve Sweeney’s announcement he will sponsor legislation increasing income taxes on the state’s job creators:   “The Senate president’s proposal is like a bad horror movie. Just when you think the zombie is…

FAMILY LAW FEATURE FROM DeTORRES and DE GEORGE Two Questions to Ask Your Divorce Attorney

When you are facing a divorce, there are so many questions swirling through your mind and so many things you are trying to deal with. It’s a confusing time.  As organized and prepared as you might be to work with your divorce attorney, there are a few things you should…

THIS SATURDAY IN CALIFON FISHING DERBY IN A WELL STOCKED STREAM

Attention all children of Califon! Come on down to the park on Saturday May 2nd from 9:00 Am to 12:00 PM for an old fashioned Fishing Derby! Guaranteed fun for the whole family. This event is sponsored by Shannon’s Fly & Tackle

HUNTERDON COUNTY REAL ESTATE LISTING OF THE DAY 101 BARRY RD, Lambertville NJ

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The Hunterdon County Planning Board presents: A REAL TIME BREAKFAST CONVERSATION WITH COUNTY DEPARTMENT DECISION MAKERS ON SHARED SERVICES

The Hunterdon County Planning Board is pleased to host the first event of the 2015 Breakfast Talk series on Wednesday May 20, 2015. In a departure from the typical “Breakfast Talk,” format this program is designed as an interactive discussion between municipal mayors, planners, DPW directors and county department heads…

HIGH BRIDGE FIRE CO IS THROWING A GOLF TOURNEY

Monday, June 15 at 8:00am in EDT   If you are interested in registering a foursome or sponsoring a hole, please call the Fire Department via email 

ROGUES GALLERY EBAY ITEM OF THE DAY VINTAGE WEBSTER SILVER CO STERLING SILVER COBALT BLUE GLASS MUSTARD POT W SPOON

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MORE BRUSH FIRES HIT HUNTERDON

At 12:15 WEDNESDAY  Engine 45-1 with a crew of 4 responded into Franklin Township to assist Quakertown Fire Company at a Brush Fire on Duke Ct. QFC and the NJ Forest Fire Service had the fire out on When Engine 45-1 arrived. CFD assisted in overhaul and clean up and…

QUAKERTOWN FIRE HAVING RIB NIGHT TOMORROW EVENING yummmmmmm

The first orders will be filled at 5pm and go until supplies are sold out. The Menu is Full Rack of Ribs with Sides and Drink=$25, Half Rack of Ribs with Sides and Drink=$15, Quarter Chicken with Sides and Drink=$10, Qtown Combo, Quarter Ribs and Chicken with Sides and Drink=$15….

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Motor Vehicle Crash with Injuries

On Saturday, April 25, at approximately 1:00 pm, a 2005 Nissan Altima operated by Carol Pastrick, age 71, of Edison, was turning left from Route 173 onto Center Street when it was struck by a 2010 Nissan Altima operated by Danielle Bowsher, age 19, of High Bridge, which was traveling…

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Laptop Left Behind

On Sunday, April 26, at approximately 3:15 pm, a man entered McDonalds on Center Street, placed an order, and then sat down and began working on his laptop computer. However, the man abruptly left the restaurant, leaving his laptop computer behind in the process. Management called Patrolman Drew MacQueen, who…

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Found Property cl twp

On Tuesday, April 28, at approximately 4:15 pm, numerous personal belongings were found in the roadway in the area of Route 629 and Valley Crest Road. The found items included but were not limited to art supplies, a pair of women’s boots, a notebook, a GPS unit, and several bags….

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ANOTHER TARGETS KOHLS

Wednesday, April 22, 2015 – Detectives arrested William E. Sporman, age 28 of Hillsborough, NJ and charged him with shoplifting from Kohl’s on Rt. 202. On April 14, Kohl’s loss prevention reported a shoplifter that had left the store. Loss prevention staff reported that they observed the suspect remove two…

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JEWELRY STOLEN FROM KOHLS

Friday, April 24, 2015 @ approximately 2:20 PM – Police arrested Willie H. McGee, age 56 of Flemington, NJ and charged him with shoplifting from Kohl’s on Rt. 202. Police were initially called to the store by a loss prevention employee who observed McGee conceal 3 pieces of jewelry valued…

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SPEEDER 2 A.M. with pot in Raritan Twp

Sunday, April 26, 2015 @ approximately 2:28 AM – Police arrested Naadir M. Betts, age 23 of Somerset, NJ and charged him with possession of less than 50 grams of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia (metal grinder) following a motor vehicle stop on Amwell Road. Betts was initially stopped…

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HUNTERDON CENTRAL SPORTS SCHEDULE FOR THE DAY

Thursday, Apr 30, 2015 Time Event Details Comments 3:00pm 5:30pm Practice, Track and Field, B, Varsity  Stewart Field Throwers lift 5:00-5:30 PM 3:00pm 5:00pm Practice, Track and Field, G, Varsity  Stewart Field 3:15pm 5:15pm Practice, Lacrosse, B, Freshman  Field 4, Field 5 Practice facility could change… 3:15pm 5:15pm Practice, Lacrosse, B, JV  Field 4, Field 5…

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Marion Johnson, age 88, of Whitehouse Station,

Marion Johnson, age 88, of Whitehouse Station, died after a brief illness on Monday, April 27, 2015 at the Hunterdon Medical Center. Born in Boston, MA, she was the daughter of the late Albert and Josephine Wigandt. Marion and her husband made their early home in Plainview, NY, later moving to Bridgewater…

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Governor Christie Signs Legislation to Bolster Efforts to Fight Drug Abuse and Addiction in New Jersey

 Taking action to support New Jerseyans and their families faced with the disease of addiction, Governor Chris Christie today signed legislative measures to enhance the State’s Project Medicine Drop program and to strengthen the Attorney General’s law enforcement coordination efforts against opioid drug abuse. “I’m proud of what we’ve done…

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CONSUMER ALERT: When Seeking to Donate for Victims of Nepal Earthquake, Avoid Charity Scams

The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs today reminded consumers to “Investigate Before You Donate,” and avoid fraudulent charitable solicitations, when seeking to donate for victims of the devastating earthquake that struck Nepal this week. “While we watch the immense suffering in Nepal, New Jerseyans are rightly moved to do…

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HRISTIE ADMINISTRATION URGES CAUTION DURING WILDFIRE SEASON STATE FIRE OFFICIALS WARN DRY AND WINDY SPRINGTIME CONDITIONS INCREASE FIRE RISKS

 With spring wildfire season under way, the New Jersey Forest Fire Service urges the public to be extra cautious when outdoors in order to reduce the risk of fires. Wildfire risk is currently rated as high statewide. Risks are likely to increase during forecasts for warmer temperatures and dry conditions….

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Menendez Expresses Outrage About House Hearing on Birthright Citizenship

U.S. Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ) today condemned the House of Representatives’ Republican leadership for holding a hearing in the Subcommittee on Immigration and Border Security titled “Birthright Citizenship: Is it the right policy for America?” “Today’s hearing is a painful reminder that we cannot and must not tolerate second-class citizenship,…

4 Voorhees Students Accepted to All-State Choirs BRAVO

In April, approximately 1,100 students auditioned to be in the 2015-2016 New Jersey All-State Choirs.  The Voorhees High School Music Department is proud to announce that four students were accepted into the ensembles.  Jesse Hann, Alex Ratsimor, and David Thompson, were accepted into the Mixed Choir, and Emily Woods was…

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LOCAL TAX LEVY NORTH AND VOORHEES – stays the same

Nice job by the BOE   all the info is easily digested here http://www.nhvweb.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/User-Friendly-Budget-2015-2016.pdf 

LETTER TO THE EDITOR – READINGTON – New Township Leadership Needed – No More Status Quo! from candidates Larry Lelah and Deb Lyons

New Township Leadership Needed –No More Status Quo!   Dear Readington Residents:   We are Larry Lelah and Deb Lyons, writing to introduce ourselves and ask for your support in the upcoming primary election on June 2, for seats on the Readington Township Committee.  Our opponents published a letter recently,…

CLINTON TAXES GOING UP SLIGHTLY WHILE TOWN TRIES TO REBUILD SURPLUS AND PAY FOR TRUCKS

Last night the Town of Clinton passed its annual budget which went up slightly due to the purchase of a new fire truck and a rescue truck.   The Council did its usual job of trying to slim down the budget as much as possible under a decreased ratable base, which…

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HUNTERDON COUNTY CAR OF THE DAY 2011 Toyota RAV4 Ltd beauty

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Solberg Flight Instructor Lands in Readington Middle School Classroom

Pilots study thrust, drag, lift, and gravity, but so do students in Readington Middle School’s Innovation and Design class. As they design, test, and race model dragsters, they wonder how the four forces of flight affect race car design.  Solberg Airport flight instructor Catherine Scaturo visited Ryan Newcamp’s eighth grade students…

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COUNTY BUDGET SPENDING DOWN TAXES UP

What can you say? The Freeholder Board cut their expenditures down this year by about 1.2 million and yet due to shrinking revenues had to raise the amount to be taxed by about 430K The entire document is here   http://co.hunterdon.nj.us/pdf/finance/2015Budget.pdf 

BASEBALL ALERT SOMERSET PATRIOTS PLAYING THIS MORNING AT 10:30 CATCH THE ACTION ON 1450 a.m. here is the game info

This morning the Somerset Patriots (2-2) battle the Bridgeport Bluefish (2-2) for the second game of a three game midweek series featuring these Atlantic League flagship franchises. First pitch is scheduled for 10:35 a.m. from Harbor Yard. Download today’s comprehensive game notes.. Starting Pitching Matchup Righty Tyler Herron (0-0, 0.00 ERA)…

LAST NIGHT BLUEFISH TOP SOMERSET PATRIOTS 4-1

The Bridgeport Bluefish (2-2) defeated the Somerset Patriots (2-2) 4-1 Tuesday evening from Harbor Yard. All four Bluefish runs occurred with two outs as they won the series opener. In the top of the first inning designated hitter Mat Gamel laced a RBI single to give Somerset an early 1-0…

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SINCE THIS CAME UP AT THE TOWN COUNCIL MEETING LAST NIGHT – WHERE DO YOUR TAXES GO CLINTON Costs Amount per Pupil: $18,909 is not among the highest in the area

District: CLINTON-GLEN GARDNER (0910) Operating Type K-8 / 0 – 400 Pupils County: HUNTERDON Operating Type K-8 / 0 – 400 Pupils Summary:   State Level Summary:  Total Spending Per Pupil (Definition) 2012-13 Total Spending: $9,077,673 2012-13 Average Daily Enroll plus Sent Pupils: 480.1 2012-13 Costs Amount per Pupil: $18,909 2012-13 Costs Rank Within…

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CLINTON COUNCILMEN CARBERRY AND SMITH DEFEND DPW WORKERS

At last night’s budget debate meeting in the town of Clinton two members of the audience suggested to the council that the DPW workers were loafing on the job, especially during the snow plowing season. Councilmen Robert Smith and Ken Carberry were immediately at the defense of the town workers….

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LETTER – New Jersey Media Should Start To Schedule Debates

WESTFIELD — Continuing his call for public debates, Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick today asked the New Jersey media to schedule debates.“The Assembly Republicans are ready and willing to debate the important issues facing our state,” said Bramnick. “Our hope is with the media scheduling public debates, New Jerseyans will understand…

HUNTERDON COUNTY Friendly Sons of St. Patrick Charity Golf July 17, 2015 AT BEAVER BROOK

The Friendly Sons of Saint Patrick – Hunterdon County (FSSP)  host their eighth annual charity golf outing Friday July 17 at the scenic Beaver Brook Golf Club in Clinton, NJ.  In the past eight years the Friendly Sons have raised and distributed some $140,000 to Hunterdon County families in need.  This charity outing…

Dr. Caulfield appointed Superintendent at Flemington Raritan School District

The Board of Education named Dr. Maryrose Caulfield as our district’s next Superintendent of Schools. Dr. Caulfield will join the district on July 1, 2015. Dr. Caulfield will replace Gregory Nolan, who is retiring after six years in our district.   With nearly 30 years of experience in education, Dr. Caulfield…

HERE’S A UNIQUE PIECE FROM CHELSEA FORGE ANTIQUES

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Central Jersey Wind Ensemble to Play at the Red Mill Museum Village May 16th

The Red Mill Museum Village will host the Central Jersey Wind Ensemble for a patriotic concert on Saturday, May 16th at 2 p.m., to celebrate Armed Forces Day. The concert will be included with regular museum admission. The Central Jersey Wind Ensemble is a professional organization dedicated to promoting the performance…

ROGUES GALLERY ITEM OF THE DAY VINTAGE BAKELITE/CATALIN MAH JONGG SET WITH CASE – INCLUDES 157 BAKELITE TILES

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DEP’S DIVISION OF FISH AND WILDLIFE OFFERS TIPS TO REDUCE ENCOUNTERS WITH BLACK BEARS DURING ACTIVE SPRING PERIOD

Having emerged from winter dens, black bears are entering a very active period of the year in search of food, increasing the possibility of encounters with people, especially those living in the “bear country’’ of  northwestern New Jersey.  “Residents can substantially reduce the risk of interactions with bears this spring…

WHISKEY WEDNESDAY AT THE GRIDDLE LOUNGE CLINTON Karaoke tonight at The Griddle !!! 9-12

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10206220684416940&set=o.111664252202093&type=1&theater 

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CLINTON Do’s and Don’ts About Yard Waste Collection

As Spring is upon us, many residents have began maintaining their grass, shrubbery and trees.  In order to make sure that all of your yard  waste collected, here are a few “Do’s and Don’ts” to get you through the season: GRASS All grass clippings are picked up by the Town’s…

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WEDNESDAYS HUNTERDON CENTRAL SPORTS SCHEDULE

Wednesday, Apr 29, 2015 Time Event Details Comments Practice, Soccer, G, JV  Field 2 Practice times may change due … 2:15pm Practice, Golf, G, Varsity  Copper Hill Country Club 3:00pm 5:00pm Practice, Lacrosse, G, Freshman  Field 7 3:00pm 5:00pm Practice, Lacrosse, G, V  Field 1 grass 3:00pm 4:30pm Practice, Softball, G, Freshman  Gym Wooden Weather Permitting we will be ……

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RVCC to Present First Tech Week

The public is invited to participate in a variety of free events as part of Raritan Valley Community College’s first Tech Week, May 13-15. The three-day event, celebrating diverse applications of technology, will offer participants the opportunity to engage in hands-on experiences using technology. The events are being organized as…

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Mildred Tywanick, age 97, of Clinton

Obituary of Mildred Tywanick Mildred Tywanick, age 97, of Clinton, NJ died Monday, April 27, 2015 at Hunterdon Medical Center in Raritan Township, NJ. Mildred was born April 24, 1918 in Linden NJ. She was the daughter of the late John and the late Mary (Uozalas) Zalinkanskas. On January 1st,…

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Thomas L. Hanville, age 73,

Hillsborough Township, NJ – Thomas L. Hanville, age 73, died Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at his home in Hillsborough Township, NJ. Born March 28, 1942 in Summit, NJ, Tom was the son of the late Joseph and Catherine (Dooley) Hanville. He was raised in Summit and graduated from Summit High…

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John A. Paige, age 67 years, of Delaware Township

ohn A. Paige, age 67 years, of Delaware Township, NJ, died on Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at his residence. Born in Pittsfield, NH, March 21, 1948, he was the son of the late Cortland and Olive Elind Paige. He was a Marine Biologist with Bristol Myers Squibb. He is survived…

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New Jersey State Police Deploy 150 to Maryland Through Mutual Aid Agreement

 In response to a request from the State of Maryland, Governor Christie ordered the deployment of 150 troopers and personnel from the New Jersey State Police to assist in the Baltimore area. The request was received late yesterday through the Emergency Management Assistance Compact (EMAC), a mutual aid agreement.  The…

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NJ, NY Senators Convene Sandy Task Force Senators to keep pressure on FEMA to ‘do right’ by Sandy victims, lay out recommendations for short- and long-term reforms

U.S. Senators Bob Menendez and Cory Booker (both D-N.J.), and Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand (both D-N.Y.) today convened the first meeting of the Sandy Task Force to examine problems within the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) arising in the wake of Superstorm Sandy and…

WEDNESDAYS HUNTERDON COUNTY SHERIFF SALES

http://co.hunterdon.nj.us/sheriff/SALES/sales.pdf      

HUNTERDON COUNTY CAR OF THE DAY 2013 Porsche Boxster you know you want one

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LeRoy Hoffman Lance, 67, of Tewksbury,

LeRoy Hoffman Lance, 67, of Tewksbury, passed away peacefully at home with his loved ones on April 25, 2015. The family will receive friends on Friday, May 1 from 4 to 8pm at the Coughlin Funeral Home, 15 Academy Street, Califon, NJ. A Mass will be held on Saturday, May…

ITS GOING TO BE ALMOST 70 TODAY MAKE YOUR LOCAL TEE TIMES HERE

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VOORHEES HIGH SCHOOL Request for Bids – Classroom Alterations

SECTION 00 11 13 – ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the North Hunterdon-Voorhees Regional High School District, Annandale, New Jersey, for Classroom Alterations at Voorhees High School. Sealed bids will be received for the following contract: Overall Single Prime (all of the work, Lump Sum,…

April 28th Game Notes; Somerset Patriots @ Bluefish everything you want to know about the match up

Tonight the Somerset Patriots (2-1) battle the Bridgeport Bluefish (1-2) for the first game of a three game midweek series featuring these Atlantic League flagship franchises. First pitch is scheduled for 7:05 p.m. from Harbor Yard. Download today’s comprehensive game notes. Bridgeport continues its homestand while Somerset continues its road trip….

Enjoy Mother’s Day With The Somerset Patriots

The Somerset Patriots will host a special Mother’s Day event on Sunday, May 10th for the team’s 1:05 pm game at TD Bank Ballpark against the Bridgeport Bluefish.   The Mother’s Day Celebration will feature a brunch in the Diamond Club. Tickets for the Brunch are $40 a person and includes…

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WHERE ARE YOUR TAX DOLLARS GOING – DEL VAL HIGH Costs Amount per Pupil: $19,791

District: DELAWARE VALLEY REGIONAL (1050) Operating Type 7-12 / 9-12 County: HUNTERDON Operating Type 7-12 / 9-12 Summary:   State Level Summary:  Total Spending Per Pupil (Definition) 2012-13 Total Spending: $19,390,168 2012-13 Average Daily Enroll plus Sent Pupils: 979.8 2012-13 Costs Amount per Pupil: $19,791 2012-13 Costs Rank Within Group per Pupil: 17 2013-14…

HUNTERDON COUNTY REAL ESTATE LISTING OF THE DAY 79 BEAVER AVE Clinton Twp, DO YOU WANT TO RUN A DELI??

http://www.weichert.com/53937263/   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  

FROM THE HUNTERDON COUNTY SHERIFF woman with three addresses also had three warrants.

Hunterdon County Sheriff’s Detectives working with the New Jersey State Metro North Unit arrested Kristin A Hahn of Milford who also had addresses in High Bridge and Bloomsbury.  Sheriff’s Detectives Lamont Garnes and Frank Modaffare traveled to all three addresses before Hahn was arrested in Irvington, NJ for allegedly attempting…

HUNTERDON PET OF THE DAY Samantha is a Labrador Retriever/Border Collie Mix

http://www.adoptapet.com/pet/12833650-flemington-new-jersey-labrador-retriever-mix 

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CLINTON COUNCIL TO APPROVE BUDGET THIS EVENING also honoring Harvey Finkel

COUNCIL MEETING APRIL 28, 2015 7:30 P.M.     CALL TO ORDER FLAG SALUTE ROLL CALL STATEMENT OF ADEQUATE NOTICE   APPROVAL OF MINUTES – Council Meeting, April 14,  2015   PUBLIC COMMENTS   MAYOR’S COMMENTS  – a.  Insurance for 150th Vendors b.  Proclamation – National Day of Remembrance for…

ROGUES GALLERY EBAY ITEM OF THE DAY VINTAGE OIL PAINTING – ALONG A VENICE CANAL – WITH GILT WOOD FRAME

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Hunterdon Health and Wellness Centers Offers Acupuncture

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 Centers will offer Benefits of Acupuncture, on Tuesday, May 12th from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. in…

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Clinton Sunrise Rotary to Dedicate Fit Trail in Clinton

The Clinton Sunrise Rotary has a history of giving.  In May, that tradition will continue when it dedicates a Fitness Trail in the Town of Clinton.  Hunts Mill Park is the home of the new Fit Trail being donated to the Town by Clinton Sunrise Rotary.  The formal dedication ceremony…

The Whitehouse Rescue Squad’s fund raiser BUFFALO WATCH, ANTIQUES AND CRAFT FAIR in Readington Township

MARK YOUR CALENDAR. The Whitehouse Rescue Squad’s fund raiser BUFFALO WATCH, ANTIQUES AND CRAFT FAIR in Readington Township will be held on Saturday May 16th from 10am to 5pm. Wagons at the Readington River Buffalo Farm will bring visitors to see the newborn bison calves. Farm fields will be covered…

CFARS MEDICAL DIRECTOR SELECTED AS AWARD RECIPIENT BY NATIONAL ORGANIZATION

Dr. Stephen J Vetrano, DO, EMT-Instructor, CFARS’s Medical Director, was selected as this year’s recipient of the Robert D. Aranosian Award for Excellence in EMS by the American College of Osteopathic Emergency PhysiciansThis is awarded to a member of the American College of Osteopathic Emergency Physician or emergency medicine community…

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CONGRESSMAN Lance: Protect Taxpayers from IRS abuse

Congressman Leonard Lance (NJ-07) spent Tax Day voting in favor of a series of reforms that will strengthen transparency and accountability at the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). “At a time when filing taxes is more complicated than ever, Congress should lessen the tax burden on Americans and protect hard-working taxpayers…

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The Union Forge Heritage Association will host a special lecture on Colonial “Kitchin” Gardens by Master Gardener Ms. Ruth Claus

The Union Forge Heritage Association will host a special lecture on Colonial “Kitchin” Gardens by Master Gardener Ms. Ruth Claus at the historic 1760 Joseph Turner House at 117 Van Syckel’s Road, Hampton NJ on May 17th from 1:00-2:00 pm.  A donation of $10 per person is suggested, and light refreshments will be served. …

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History Lovers Alert! Conference to Focus on NJ Life During the American Revolution Expanding Clinton’s Celebration on May 30th for History Buffs

What was daily life like in New Jersey during the American Revolution?  How would your life have been impacted?  These are among the questions raised by The American Revolution on the Home Front, a conference organized by the New Jersey Historical Commission and The 1759 Vought House, A Revolutionary War…

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LETTER Democrats Need To Release Their Secret Plan To Raise Taxes

Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick today said that Trenton Democrats need to publicly disclose their secret tax plan before the November election.“Democrats in Trenton keep announcing billions of dollars in new spending without a plan to pay for it,” said Bramnick. “Democrats’ need to reveal their secret plan to raise…

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LETTER – DEP Commissioner Martin Shameful Spin

Today the environmental roll backs and weakening of the Christie administration were center stage as NJDEP Commissioner Bob Martin testified before the Assembly Budget Committee. The FY2016 budget targets the environment yet again, but is especially troubling as it continues the policy from last year’s budget of diverting money from…

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Hunterdon Park’s Invasive Plant Pull A volunteer opportunity

Saturday, May 30, 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM, Stanton Station; meet at Echo Hill, Ages 12 through adult, free! This spring, we will combat invasive Japanese wisteria at Stanton Station.  We will use loppers and hand saws to cut this vine down from the trees that it has climbed.  Volunteers…

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TODAYS HUNTERDON CENTRAL SPORTS SCHEDULE

uesday, Apr 28, 2015 Time Event Details Comments 3:00pm<br< td=””> Golf:Boys Varsity Match Phillipsburg @ Architects CC Phillipsburg 3:15pm<br< td=””> Golf:Girls Varsity Match  vs. Hillsborough @ Copper Hill CC Confirmed 3:15pm 5:15pm Practice, Lacrosse, B, Freshman  Field 4, Field 5 Practice facility could change… 3:15pm 5:15pm Practice, Lacrosse, B, JV  Field 4, Field 5 Saturday practices and spring ……

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RVCC Sets Information Session for Honors College

Local high school seniors interested in learning more about Raritan Valley Community College’s (RVCC) Honors College are invited to attend an upcoming Information Session on May 7, from 6-8 p.m. The event will be held in the Atrium at the College’s Branchburg Campus. The evening will include information about admissions…

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Governor Chris Christie Takes Action on Pending Legislation

Governor Chris Christie today announced action that has been taken on the following legislation: BILL SIGNING: S-2626/A-3972 (Whelan/Mazzeo, Burzichelli, Dancer) – Allows casino and out-of-State racetrack to negotiate amount casino will pay for simulcast races

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Prosecution of Alleged Sale of Aviation Fuel to Unsuspecting Motorists Leads to $137,000 in Settlements Obtained by New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs Gas Station Owner, Fuel Distributor, Fuel Transporter Settle State Allegations

Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman today announced that the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs and its Office of Weights and Measures have obtained settlements totaling $137,000 from three companies – a gas station owner, fuel distributor, and fuel transporter – implicated in the 2012 sale of aviation fuel…

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CHRISTIE ADMINISTRATION MARKS AIR QUALITY AWARENESS WEEK THROUGHOUT NEW JERSEY DEP ENCOURAGES ACTION TO IMPROVE AIR QUALITY

The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is encouraging New Jersey residents to make basic changes to their everyday routines to help improve air quality as part of Air Quality Awareness Week, which starts today and runs through May 1. “The Christie Administration has made cleaner air a top priority and…

THE GREAT CHILI COOK OFF IN CLINTON WON BY THE COUNTRY GRIDDLE – here are other winners

Restaurant category: Winner decided by judges: Country Griddle, “Country Griddle Secret Recipe Chili” PICTURED People’s Choice: Mountain View Chalet, “Chalet Chili” Individual category: Top 3 decided by judges: 1st place: Janet Longo, “Jan’s Turkey Chili 2nd place: Fred Dickson, “Craft House Chili” 3rd place: Raine Norian, “Dare to be Different…

THE WEATHER LOOKS GREAT STARTING WEDNESDAY MAKE YOUR LOCAL TEE TIMES HERE

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LETTER – Citizens For Readington should be renamed Citizens Fooling Readington

To the Editor:   The political propaganda website, Citizens For Readington, which should be renamed Citizens Fooling Readington, is distorting the issues before the court regarding the Solberg trial in an apparent attempt to influence the outcome of the upcoming primary election in Readington.   In her recent letter to…

JERSEY MIKE’S SUBS DONATES OVER $6,000 TO HUNTERDON BEHAVIORAL HEALTH FOR MONTH OF GIVING

Hunterdon Healthcare and Jersey Mike’s Sub shop located in Flemington joined forces for Jersey Mike’s the annual March “Month of Giving” fundraising campaign.  During the month of March, customers made donations at Jersey Mike’s located in Flemington.  In addition, all sales from the dave of Giving on March 25th were donated.  The store raised…

HUNTERDON COUNTY CAR OF THE DAY 2011 Cadillac CTS Sedan Luxury

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HUNTERDON COUNTY MOST WANTED OF THE WEEK SOMER L STEPHENSON

Last known address:  Califon, NJAge 37, White Female5’05”, 140 lbs.Brown Hair, Brown EyesMs. Stephenson was charged with narcotics crimes in Hunterdon County.  A warrant was issued 04/10/2015 with surrounding states extradition is active.  Any persons with information as to Ms. Stephenson’s whereabouts are asked to contact DSG. Mike Nugent, Det. Frank…