A DARK CLOUD LOOMED OVER JETS CAMP YESTERDAY – WILL THERE BE A RAINBOW AT THE END – positives from day one

Thursday afternoon at 2 p.m. the NY Football Jets kicked off their preseason workouts under a dark and menacing sky in Florham Park NJ Hot weather and very high humidly had the weather man predicting downpours and thunder boomers. The boys  in green got in about 45 minutes of spirited…

FLEMINGTON MAN ARRESTED FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT ON A CHILD

Hunterdon County Prosecutor Anthony P. Kearns, III, Chief of Detectives John J. Kuczynski, and Flemington Borough Police Chief George Becker announced that a joint investigation by the Hunterdon County Prosecutor’s Office Special Victims Unit and the Flemington Borough Police has led to the arrest of Selvin G. Cruz, 27, of…

Who’s in the County Jail for the weekend

TOTAL INMATES IN HOUSE = 67 * Charges and bail are subject to change. For further information contact Booking at 908-788-1184 LAST NAME FIRST NAME HC # DESCRIPTION BAIL Aguilar Tomas HC34283 MJ/ over 50G hash; mfg/D/D HER/C $10,000ea Ahlquist Casey HC33230 contempt no bail Alvarado Orlando HC34374 poss. CDS-3…

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LETTER “Super Bowl” For Exxon Settlement: Enviro Groups Proved Violations Today in Court

Today the Sierra Club and environmental groups proved important violations in Court against the Exxon settlement. Arguments were made concerning violations to the Spill Act, Natural Resource Damages, and the Public Trust Doctrine. The groups’ motion to intervene plans to show that this settlement is wrong and Exxon should be responsible for the environmental…

HUNTERDON COUNTY MOST WANTED OF THE WEEK have you seen WILLIAM R JETTER

Last known address:  Roseto, PA Age 32, White Male 5’10”, 140 lbs., Brown Hair, Blue Eyes Mr. Jetter was charged with the distribution/manufacture of heroin in Hunterdon County.  He failed to come to court and a warrant was issued on 7/24/2015. Any persons with information as to Mr. Jetter’s whearabouts…

AMERICAN PHARAOH COMING TO NJ THIS SUNDAY AT MONMOUTH most likely your last chance to see the triple winner

ayat Stables’ American Pharoah, who raced into history by becoming only the 12th Triple Crown winner, will be the prohibitive favorite when he returns to action to take on a talented field of seven other 3-year-olds in the Grade 1, $1.75 million William Hill Haskell Invitational at Monmouth Park on Sunday….

HUNTERDON COUNTY CAR OF THE DAY 2014 Jeep Cherokee Latitude

http://www.flemington.com/used-Flemington-2014-Jeep-Cherokee-Latitude-1C4PJLCB8EW225667  

HUNTERDON COUNTY REAL ESTATE LISTING OF THE DAY 83 Red Mill Rd Lebanon Twp

http://www.weichert.com/58155962/     DO YOU NEED A REAL ESTATE ATTORNEY?  LAW OFFICE OF MARTIN D. EAGAN 43 WEST HIGH STREET SOMERVILLE, NJ 08876 (908) 526-2507    HTTP://MARTYEAGAN.COM/ 

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FDU, RVCC Sign Dual Admission Agreement with Tuition Break

Students will have an opportunity to start their education at Raritan Valley Community College and then continue pursuing a bachelor of arts, bachelor of science or combined bachelor’s/master’s degree program at Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU) at a reduced tuition rate, under a new Dual Admission Agreement. “The agreement represents an…

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Anthony “Tony” Nardone, age 76 years, of Kingwood

Life Legacy Anthony “Tony” Nardone, age 76 years, of Kingwood Township, NJ, passed peacefully at his home on Wednesday, July 29, 2015 surrounded by his loving wife and family.Born March 19, 1939 in Newark, NJ, son of the late John and Helen “Ellen” Fernicola Nardone, he was a longtime Kingwood…

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Gertrude Bonnema, age 93

Obituary for Gertrude Bonnema Gertrude Bonnema, age 93, died Wednesday, July 29, 2015 at St. Francis Compassionate Care in Trenton, NJ. She lived in the Flemington area from 1964 until 2011, moving closer to her family in Mercerville, NJ. Born December 13, 1921 in Germany, she immigrated to the United…

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Bernice S. Smith, age 75 years, of Raritan Township

Obituary for Bernice S. Smith Bernice S. Smith, age 75 years, of Raritan Township, NJ, died Tuesday, July 28, 2015, at the Hunterdon Medical Center, Raritan Township, NJ. Born in Wayne, NJ, October 10, 1939, daughter of the late Murray and Daisy Jacobson, she had formerly resided in Somerville, NJ…

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Governor Chris Christie Orders Flags Lowered to Half-Staff in Honor of Fallen Emergency Medical Technician Hinal Patel

Today, Governor Chris Christie signed the following Executive Order: Executive Order No. 182 – Ordering all State buildings to fly flags at half-staff on Friday, July 31, 2015 in recognition of the life and in mourning of the passing of Emergency Medical Technician Hinal Patel, a resident of Piscataway and a…

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New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs Cites 17 Commercial Autobus (“Jitney”) Operators for Alleged Violations of “Angelie’s Law”

 The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has issued Notices of Violation to 17 commercial autobus operators for failure to post public notices on the outside and inside vehicles about how passengers can report complaints and concerns to the Division. These commercial autobuses are commonly known as “jitneys,” “commuter vans,”…

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CONGRESSMAN LANCE Vets Bills Sail Through House

 Congressman Leonard Lance (NJ-07) this week backed two major bills concerning our Nation’s veterans.  One measure (H.R. 1994) holds the Veterans Administration accountable for numerous failures and the second (H.R. 675) boosts the cost-of-living adjustment for compensation that countless veterans rely on. “Too little had been done to remove employees…

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Menendez: Transportation Bill Ignores National Crisis, Fails to Address Aging Hudson River Rail Tunnels

U.S. Senator Bob Menendez, Ranking Member of the Senate mass transit subcommittee, today issued the following statement following his no vote on a six-year Senate transportation bill: “This is a transportation bill that ignores the transportation crisis in this country. It does not provide enough money to keep mass transit…

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FROM HUNTERDON COUNTY EMERG MANAGEMENT COOLING CENTERS AROUND THE COUNTY

he facilities listed below have been identified as cooling centers as of Thursday, July 30, 2015.  High temperatures for the next several days should average around 90 degrees.   Hunterdon County Cooling Centers As of: Thursday, July 30, 2015     Headquarters Library 314 State Route 12, Bldg. #3, Flemington,…

THE HUNTERDON COUNTY NEWS IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE WE WILL NOW BE COVERING THE NY JETS

The New York Jets have graciously given the Hunterdon County News, The Somerset County News and The Morris County News access to cover their professional football team.   Starting this afternoon at 2 p.m. we will be on hand as the team breaks camp in Florham Park under new coach…

READINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL MUSIC TEACHER CHARGED WITH ACCESSING, POSSESSING IMAGES OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE

A Somerset County, New Jersey, man was arrested this morning after FBI agents found sexually explicit images of children on his home computer, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced. Cliff Ramsay, 30, of Raritan, New Jersey, is charged by complaint with one count of accessing images of child sexual abuse…

HUNTERDON COUNTY CAR OF THE DAY 2010 GMC Terrain SLT it may be 98 degrees not but winter is on the way

http://www.flemington.com/used-Flemington-2010-GMC-Terrain-SLT-2CTFLGEY9A6267529    

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HUNTERDON COUNTY DOLLS UP WEBSITE – once again HC IS HEADS ABOVE THE REST

CHECK OUT THE NEW VERSION great job as always trust us other counties pale in comparison   http://co.hunterdon.nj.us/ 

TONIGHT AT DEER PATH PARK The Jazz Lobsters Big Band

One of the busiest big bands in the tri-state area, the Jazz Lobster Big Band swings hard! Featuring the timeless music of Count Basie, Frank Sinatra, Benny Goodman, Quincy Jones, as well as hip new arrangements. The big band plays everything from 40’s swing to fiery Latin and salsa to…

HUNTERDON COUNTY REAL ESTATE LISTING OF THE DAY 106 Mill St Califon 324k

http://www.weichert.com/57340067/   DO YOU NEED A REAL ESTATE ATTORNEY?  LAW OFFICE OF MARTIN D. EAGAN 43 WEST HIGH STREET SOMERVILLE, NJ 08876 (908) 526-2507    HTTP://MARTYEAGAN.COM/ 

TONIGHT IN FLEMINGTON THURSDAY NIGHT LIGHTS a large number of acts for your listening pleasure

Be a part of this summer time celebration of music and the arts where local musicians, entertainers and artists showcase their talents throughout the downtown Flemington area from 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm.Performances & Appearances by:TODD O’S RIVER OF DREAMS- Billy Joel Tribute BandPHIDOHEATHER WOODJAGER SOPRANOFINE ART GIRL’S STUDIOTHOMAS JOHNSTONDANIEL…

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Red Mill Museum Village to Host Revolutionary War Weekend this Weekend

The Red Mill Museum Village will be hosting its annual Revolutionary War Weekend this Weekend, Saturday August 1st and Sunday, August 2nd, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Each year, the grounds of the Museum are converted to a Revolutionary War era encampment. Come talk with costumed reenactors about what…

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Girls Night In Aug 6

The Hunterdon County Family Success Center (FSC) is pleased to present Girls Night In for girls ages 12 and older.  The event will be held at the FSC, located at 87 Park Avenue, Flemington, on Thursday, August 6, 2015 from 5:30 pm – 7 pm.  A pizza dinner will be served to everyone who attends.   This is a great…

NARDONI FOUNDATION Carpe Diem Dinner At Matts Red Rooster! Reserve Now!

The annual Paul R. Nardoni Foundation “Carpe Diem” Dinner will be held on September 14, 2015 at Matt’s Red Rooster Grill in Flemington, NJ. Dinner includes cocktails and wines with dinner for $125 which includes all gratuities.   If your company offers matching funds, please apply at your organization and double your contribution! Reservations…

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The Hunterdon County Family Success Center (FSC) is pleased to present Community Bingo for Seniors

The event will be held at Independence Manor, 188 Route 31, Flemington, on August 13th from 10:30 am – 12:00 pm. A FREE Lunch will be served immediately following BINGO for everyone who attends.   Do you love to play BINGO? Join the FSC at Independence Manor for FREE BINGO and LUNCH…

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HUNTERDON Safe Communities Coalition Honored to Present at CADCA National Training Institute

CADCA (Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America), the nation’s leading substance abuse prevention organization, will be holding its nationwide Mid-Year Training Institute, August 3–6, 2015, in Indianapolis, IN.  Lesley Gabel, Co-Executive Director of Hunterdon Prevention Resources (HPR), has been selected to represent the Safe Communities Coalition of Hunterdon/Somerset based on their significant achievements.  The sessions offered…

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LETTER Space and McHose Bill Increasing Funding Options for Small Businesses Clears Senate

The Senate has approved legislation sponsored by Assembly Republicans Parker Space and Alison Littell McHose to help new and expanding small businesses access funding.   A-2073/S-712, which passed the General Assembly in March, now moves to the Governor’s desk to await action. Under the measure, small businesses can utilize a…

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Civic Theatre Announces Auditions for “The Addams Family” Musical

ivic Theatre of Allentown is proud to announce auditions for the 2015-16 Season Opening Production of “The Addams Family” Musical. Auditions will be held on Tuesday, August 18 at 6:30 pm in the upstairs rehearsal studio at Civic’s 19th Street Theatre. The show will be presented for 10 performances in Civic’s historic…

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County Line Road CLOSED IN READINGTON

THIS NOTICE IS PROVIDED FOR YOUR INFORMATION ONLY. SINCE THIS INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE, IT IS NOT INTENDED FOR PUBLIC DISSEMINATION OR RELEASE TO THE NEWS MEDIA. ALL WORK IN THIS NOTICE IS WEATHER DEPENDENT. Date: July 28, 2015 Project: Railroad Crossing Rehabilitation Route/Direction/MP: County Line Road Municipality/County: Readington…

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LETTER Jersey City Tax Abatements Manipulate School Funding System and Unfair to New Jersey Taxpayers

 Assembly Republican Jack Ciattarelli, R-Somerset, Hunterdon, Mercer and Middlesex, said Jersey City losing $80 million in property taxes due to tax abatements is a prime example of how the school funding system is manipulated. A recent news report revealed the lost property taxes.   Jersey City’s abatements or payments-in-lieu-of-taxes (PILOT) are long-term tax breaks given…

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Marjorie Rogers Baranoski, age 96 years, of Readington Township,

Obituary for Marjorie Rogers Baranoski Marjorie Rogers Baranoski, age 96 years, of Readington Township, NJ, formerly of Berkeley Heights, NJ, died on Tuesday, July 28, 2015 at her home. Born in Berkeley Heights, NJ, January 17, 1919, she was the daughter of the late Robert and Clementina Burgmiller Rogers. She…

SEVERE STORM WARNING THIS AFTERNOON

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR CENTRAL DELAWARE…SOUTHERN DELAWARE…NORTHEAST MARYLAND…CENTRAL NEW JERSEY…NORTHERN NEW JERSEY…NORTHWEST NEW JERSEY…SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY…EAST CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA…NORTHEAST PENNSYLVANIA AND SOUTHEAST PENNSYLVANIA. .DAY ONE…TODAY AND TONIGHT. SOME THUNDERSTORMS THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING WILL BE ACCOMPANIED BY HEAVY RAIN WHICH CAN LEAD TO BRIEF POOR DRAINAGE FLOODING. IN ADDITION,…

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Blood Drive TODAY at North Hunterdon High

North Hunterdon High School is holding a summer Blood Drive on Thursday, July 30th from 3:00-9:00pm in the main gym, open to all students aged 17 and older, parents, and community members.  If students are 16 years old as of July 30th, they can donate with parent permission, click here for form. The first 35 donors will…

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KELLY MAC INTERIORSCAPES WINS TOP AWARD IN I-PLANTS MAGAZINE’S INTERNATIONAL DESIGN CONTE

The Woodlands, Texas, July 24, 2015 Johnson Fediw Associates, publisher of I-Plants Magazine, announced the winners of its International Design Contest today. Kelly Mac Interiorscapes of Pittstown, New Jersey won First Place in the Green Walls category for their project at Raritan Valley Community College. Entries were judged by a…

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Attorney General’s Shooting Response Team Investigates Shooting Involving Off-Duty State Trooper in Sparta

The Attorney General’s Shooting Response Team is conducting an investigation into the circumstances surrounding a shooting involving an off-duty state trooper that occurred during the early morning hours of Sunday in Sparta. Nobody was injured in the incident involving the trooper and three young men. The incident occurred at the…

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As Part of Predatory Towing Initiative, New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs Imposes $55,000 in Civil Penalties Against Six Towing Companies

As part of an initiative to combat predatory towing in New Jersey, the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has reached settlements with six towing companies that allegedly violated the State’s predatory towing law, with the companies collectively agreeing to pay $55,106 in civil penalties, consumer restitution and reimbursement for…

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CHRISTIE ADMINISTRATION ANNOUNCES APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE FOR 2015 GOVERNOR’S ENVIRONMENTAL EXCELLENCE AWARDS

 The 2015 application for the Governor’s Environmental Excellence Awards program is now available. Leaders in New Jersey’s environmental, academic, business, science, government, non-profit and youth sectors are encouraged to showcase their environmental accomplishments by submitting a nomination for consideration this year. Completed applications are due by the close of business…

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NEW JERSEY HOSTING TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE CURRICULUM

New Jersey Secretary of Agriculture Douglas H. Fisher today visited Stone Bridge Middle School in Allentown where 18 agriculture teachers from five states including 11 from New Jersey are attending a 50-hour training course preparing them to teach a new rigorous, academic course on agricultural research in the fall.The Curriculum…

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CONGRESSMAN Lance To Host Town Hall On Iran Deal

Congressman Leonard Lance (NJ-07) today announced he will hold a town hall meeting on Tuesday, August 4 in Millburn — his 34th in-person town hall meeting. Lance is asking for constituent input on the Obama Administration’s deal concerning Iran’s nuclear weapons program.  Lance will share his own thoughts on the…

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Menendez’s Afghanistan Accountability Act of 2015 Unanimously Passes Senate Foreign Relations Committee

The Afghanistan Accountability Act of 2015, introduced by U.S. Senator Bob Menendez, unanimously passed the Senate Foreign Relations Committee today. The legislation is co-sponsored by Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker and Senator Marco Rubio. The bill seeks to promote increased accountability for U.S. assistance in Afghanistan, while supporting…

CLINTON FIRST AIDE AND RESCUE SQUAD’S MEDICAL DIRECTOR NAMED TO STATE TASK FORCE POSITION

Dr. Stephen Vetrano, DO, who is the Squad’s Medical Director, has been named to the same post with the New Jersey EMS Task Force.  We offer congratulations to Dr. Vetrano on this appointment, and wish him the best of luck!Clinton First Aid & Rescue Squad is a member agency with…

HUNTERDON COUNTY CAR OF THE DAY 2013 Chevrolet Camaro LT

http://www.flemington.com/used-Flemington-2013-Chevrolet-Camaro-LT-2G1FC1E36D9111585    

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WITH THE DEADLINE PASSED THE FOLLOWING PEOPLE ARE CANDIDATES FOR NOVEMBERS SCHOOL ELECTIONS there are some vacant seats with no candidates

Thanks to Clerk Melfi for doing a great job like usual   http://www.co.hunterdon.nj.us/election/2015School/Candidates.pdf    

HUNTERDON COUNTY REAL ESTATE LISTING OF THE DAY BROUGHT TO YOU BE WIECHERT REALTOR BOB BEATTY 480 MECHLIN CORNER RD Alexandria Township

http://www.weichert.com/58262323/   DO YOU NEED A REAL ESTATE ATTORNEY?  LAW OFFICE OF MARTIN D. EAGAN 43 WEST HIGH STREET SOMERVILLE, NJ 08876 (908) 526-2507    HTTP://MARTYEAGAN.COM/ 

TOWN OF CLINTON POLICE NOW FULLY EQUIPPED WITH BODY CAMERAS be careful what you say in passing

The Clinton Police Department has had police car dash mounted audio/video cameras deployed in all of its vehicles since 1997. While these cameras have proven valuable in during investigations and prosecutions in court they were limited in that the only video of an encounter was that of where the camera…

SUN SUN AND MORE SUN MAKES FOR PERFECT GOLF TEE TIME LINKS HERE

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ENVIRO CRASH ON 31

THANKS TO HB FIRE FOR PICS   at 0836 hours the department was dispatched for Squad 14 to assist the Lebanon Township Fire Department for a motor vehicle accident between a car and tractor trailer with a fuel spill on route 31. Squad 14 (Chief J. Smith) responded with six…

ADDICTED OF CLINTON NOW IN THE SHOPPES AT FLEMINGTON A FABULOUS BOUTIQUE WE HIGHLY RECOMMEND Free People thermals 2015 are in!

The 3rd story! The promised one you’ve been waiting for! We had three “1st Sales” at Addicted Chic at the Shoppes at Flemington! The very first was on July 3 by lovely Roasann Ferrari! Here is the link to that story: Our very first sale at Addicted Chic at the…

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TONIGHT AT NORTH HUNTERDON SPECIAL BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING

The North Hunterdon-Voorhees Regional High School District Board of Education will meet on Wednesday, July 29, 2015 at 6:30pm for a Special Meeting in the District Administration Office.  This meeting is open to the public and will include an opportunity for the public to address the Board.  The agenda will…

PALUMO CLOTHIERS CLINTON end of season “Summer Sale” is on

Our end of season “Summer Sale” is on, come early for best selections! Many great items available for men & Women.  Gentlemen, we now carry shoes by Tommy and Ladies, be on the lookout for Tommy women’s collection for Fall! PALUMO CLOTHIERS 24 Main Street 908-735-8649 One of the finest…

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DRUG DEALER OUT ON PROBATION GETS CAUGHT FOR POSSESSION

A woman who was granted probation, by Hunterdon County Court, which allowed it  to be served in Pennsylvania has been arrested by Sheriff’s Detectives for violating the terms.   Naomi Stocker, formerly of Hunterdon, was granted permission to serve her probation in Allentown, Pennsylvania after being convicted of possession of prescription…

SOMERSET Patriots Top Ducks 3-2 Three Solo Home Runs Wins It For PATS

The Somerset Patriots (13-6, 63-26) defeated the Long Island Ducks (7-11, 53-35) 3-2 Tuesday evening at Bethpage Ballpark.   In the top of the second inning center fielder Jonny Tucker smacked a solo home run (4) and left fielder Aharon Eggleston drilled a solo home run (2) to give Somerset…

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LETTER Sierra Club Fights to Stay Involved in Exxon Case

Today the Sierra Club, along with other environmental groups, is filing an appeal to the trial judges’ decision on not allowing us to intervene in the Exxon settlement. We are appealing Judge Hogan’s decision to the Appellate Decision. We were denied the right to intervene as a party to the…

Mango Madness at Balic of Clinton

Balic of Clinton Wine & Gifts, Just Chill Frozen Yogurt, Solo Candleworks and Towne Restaurant will be featuring their Mango products for your tasting and drinking/eating pleasure, as well as health/beauty, on Sunday, August 9th from 1-4 pm. Balic of Clinton will be hosting their 3rd Annual Me & My…

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LAMBERTVILLE TO HAVE SPECIAL MEETING ON CAVALLO PARK contaminated clean up already denied once

SPECIAL SESSION OF MAYOR AND COUNCILwill be held on Friday, August 6, 2015 at City Hall to award or reject the bid for the Cavallo Park reconstruction. 

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FALL EMT REFRESHER PROGRAMS ANNOUNCED

The CFARS EMS Training Center has announced our 2015 Fall NJ EMT Refresher Training programs.  The dates and times are below.  Cost is $100 per session (Training fund is NOT accepted).  Enroll online at http://www.cfarstc.org/register.html Refresher A – Sunday, Sept. 27,2015 from 08:30-17:00Refresher B – Sunday, October 25,2015 from 08:30-17:00Refresher C – Sunday, November 22,2015 from08:30-17:00

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Blood Drive July 30 at North Hunterdon High

North Hunterdon High School is holding a summer Blood Drive on Thursday, July 30th from 3:00-9:00pm in the main gym, open to all students aged 17 and older, parents, and community members.  If students are 16 years old as of July 30th, they can donate with parent permission, click here for form. The first 35 donors will…

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Fall Sports First Day Practice at Central

Cheerleading Monday 8/10/15 10-2 Cross Country Monday 8/17/15 8:15-10:15 Field Hockey 10-12 Monday 8/17/15 10-12 Field Hockey Freshman Monday 8/24/15 8:30-11 Football – Freshman Monday 8/17/15 9-2 Football – (10-12) Thursday 8/13/15 8-12 Gymnas0cs Friday 8/14/15 9:00 Soccer Boys – Freshman Saturday 8/15/15 9-11 Soccer Boys – (10-12) Thursday 8/13/15…

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RVCC Prepares K-12 Teachers for the Next Generation Science Standards

Seventy K-12 educators are spending July 27-31 at Raritan Valley Community College (RVCC) in Branchburg to learn more about the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). The educators will be participating in workshops sponsored by the NJACE Science Education Institute at Raritan Valley. Because the interest in the Summer Institute was…

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Mildred Rotolo Noll, age eighty two, of Annandale,

Mildred Rotolo Noll Mildred Rotolo Noll, age eighty two, of Annandale, NJ passed away on Monday, July 27, 2015 at home. She was born on October 24, 1932 in Elizabeth, NJ.  She was a resident of Annandale, NJ for the past twelve years, moving from Linden, NJ where she resided…

Richard Robert Derrico, age 48 years, of Whitehouse Station

Obituary for Richard Derrico Richard Robert Derrico, age 48 years, of Whitehouse Station, NJ, died Monday, July 27, 2015, at his home. A Memorial Mass will be held Friday, August 14, 2015, at 10:00 AM in St. Vincent de Paul Church, 249 Bebout Avenue, Stirling, NJ. Arrangements are under the…

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Christie Administration Announces $4 Million Statewide Body Cameras Initiative Body Camera Initiative Advances Governor Christie’s Commitment to Ensure Safety of Law Enforcement and New Jersey Residents

 Building on a commitment to deliver the tools to maintain strong relations and trust between New Jersey law enforcement and the residents they serve, Governor Christie and his Administration today announced important initiatives to strengthen community policing throughout New Jersey. These bold initiatives include $4 million in funding for a…

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NJ TOP SEAFOOD CHEF READIES BEST OF JERSEY DISH FOR NATIONAL SEAFOOD COMPETITION

 New Jersey Secretary of Agriculture Douglas H. Fisher today taste-tested  Barnegat Light Scallops, Creamless Creamed Corn and Jersey Chantarelles, which the state’s top seafood chef Bryan Gregg will prepare as New Jersey’s entry in the Great American Seafood Cook Off in New Orleans, LA on August 8.Gregg of Escape in Montclair…

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CONGRESSMAN Lance: Regulations Hold Back Job Creation

 Congressman Leonard Lance (NJ-07) tonight voted in favor of H.R. 427, the Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny (REINS) Act – which requires any agency rule or regulation with an economic impact of $100 million or more to receive congressional approval. “The REINS Act puts the breaks on agencies issuing…

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Menendez Focuses on Prices at the Pump, NJ Jobs at Crude Oil Export Ban Hearing

U.S. Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ) today discussed keeping gas prices down for Americans and retaining good-paying New Jersey jobs at a Senate Banking Committee hearing titled “Lifting the Crude Oil Export Ban.” Menendez began his question-and-answer section at the hearing by citing a recent report saying fuel prices will rise if the…

ONE THOUSAND DOLLAR REWARD FOR INFO LEADING TO ARREST OF HEROIN DEALER James McCracken, III, formerly of Glen Gardner

CRIMESTOPPERS OFFERS REWARD FOR FUGITIVE’S ARREST   Hunterdon County Prosecutor Anthony P. Kearns, III and Chief of Detectives John J. Kuczynski are announcing that a reward is being offered for information leading to the apprehension of James McCracken, III, formerly of Glen Gardner, New Jersey. He is described as a…

HUNTERDON COUNTY CAR OF THE DAY 2010 Cadillac CTS Wagon Performance

  http://www.flemington.com/used-Flemington-2010-Cadillac-CTS+Wagon-Performance-1G6DL8EVXA0106357    

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CRIMESTOPPERS OFFERS REWARD IN HOLLAND TOWNSHIP BURGLARY

Hunterdon County Prosecutor Anthony P. Kearns, III, Chief of Detectives John J. Kuczynski, and New Jersey State Police Kingwood Station Commander Lt. John Beyers announced an update to the investigation of a burglary that took place at the Dutch Mill Market in Holland Township during the overnight hours of July…

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CLINTON COUNCIL TO REJECT SEWER PIPE LINING PROJECT BIDS TONIGHT

COUNCIL MEETING JULY 28, 2015 7:30 P.M.     CALL TO ORDER FLAG SALUTE ROLL CALL STATEMENT OF ADEQUATE NOTICE      APROVAL OF MINUTES – Regular Council Meeting, June 23, 2015 Special Council Meeting, July 13, 2015 Executive Session, June 23, 2015   APPROVAL OF MONTHLY REPORTS – JUNE…

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KEITH N. ARLINE CHARGED WITH THEFT BY RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY

The Grand Jurors of the State of New Jersey, for the County of Hunterdon, upon their oaths further present that Keith N. Arline, on or about February 18, 2015, in the City of Lambertville, in the County of Hunterdon, and within the jurisdiction of this Court, did commit theft by…

NOW AT CHELSEA FORGE ANTIQUES beautiful stained glass

https://www.facebook.com/chelseaforgeantiquesdesign  

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BURGLARY Readington Twp

The Grand Jurors of the State of New Jersey, for the County of Hunterdon, upon their oaths present that Jorge A. Velez, on or about May 8, 2015, in the Township of Readington, in the County of Hunterdon and within the jurisdiction of this Court, did, with the purpose to…

Play golf with the Somerset Patriots at their 16th Annual Golf Classic at Neshanic Valley Golf Course in Neshanic Station, NJ on Tuesday, August 4th.

The Golf Classic is a five-player celebrity scramble, with each foursome being matched up with a Somerset Patriots player or coach. There will be a shotgun start at 12:00 pm and different contests on the course to win prizes.   Golfers will enjoy lunch and a special buffet dinner with…

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JUNKIES TRY AND FLEE FROM POLICE WITH STOLEN GOODS

The Grand Jurors of the State of New Jersey, for the County of Hunterdon, upon their oaths further present Michael P. Buck, on or about April 20, 2015, in the Township of Clinton, in the County of Hunterdon, and within the jurisdiction of this Court, did knowingly or purposely possess…

SUN SUN AND MORE SUN MAKES FOR PERFECT GOLF TEE TIME LINKS HERE

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CL TWP MAN FLIPS AND REPORTS GIRLFRIEND MISSING AND IN TROUBLE IN WOODS WHEN SHE WAS ACTUALLY NOT EVEN WITH HIM

On Friday, July 24, at approximately 6:10 am, Patrolman Andrew McCluskey was dispatched to Petticoat Lane for a report of a missing female who ran off into the woods. Upon arrival, Ptl. McCluskey met with Justin Brenly, age 36, of Clinton Township, and two (2) State Department of Corrections Officers….

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EXPIRED REGISTRATION LEADS TO UNDERAGE DRUNK DRIVER

On Saturday, July 25, at approximately 1:55 am, Officer Raffaella Vastola stopped a 2002 Ford ZX5 operated by John Chiovitti, age 20, of Asbury, on Allerton Road after a computer inquiry revealed that the vehicle had an expired registration. During the stop, Ptl. Vastola detected the odor of an alcoholic…

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DRUNK DRIVING AT 8:15 a.m. CL TWP

On Saturday, July 25, at approximately 8:15 am, Patrolman Umair Latif approached a 1998 Toyota Tacoma that was parked on Dogwood Drive after responding to the area for a report of a possible intoxicated driver in a Toyota Tacoma. During the stop, Ptl. Latif detected the odor of an alcoholic…

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MAN PASSED OUT ON WELL COVER AT CLINTON WATER AUTHORITY

On Sunday, July 26, at approximately 6:55 pm, Patrolman David Formalarie responded to the New Jersey Water Authority property on Route 31 North for a report of a male found sleeping near a well on the property. Upon arrival, Ptl. Formalarie met with a Water Authority officer who advised that…

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SUSPENDED DRIVER DRINK BEHIND WHEEL AT 10 a.m.

On Sunday, July 26, at approximately 10:00 am, Patrolman Paul Bate stopped a 1997 BMW sedan operated by Thomas Cozzens Jr., age 26, of Clinton Township, on Route 641 for speeding. During the stop, Ptl. Bate developed probable cause to believe that Mr. Cozzens was intoxicated. Mr. Cozzens was arrested…

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20k in property stolen from Acura dealer

Sometime between 4:05 am on Sunday, July 26 and 7:00 am on Monday, July 27, unknown person(s) stole thirty-two (32) rims and tires from eight (8) vehicles parked in the Acura dealership on Route 31 North. The value of the stolen property is approximately $20,000. Detective Lawrence Anthes is investigating….

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MOTOR HOME HIT AND RUN

Jerry L. Hill the operator of a 2005 Manaco (Motor Home) was traveling northbound on North Main Street.  Hill reversed on to Liberty St., and then began traveling south bound on North Main Street.  The motor home struck a stone retaining wall causing damage to the driver’s side compartments.  The…

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RAIL ROAD BRIDGE HIT AGAIN IN HIGH BRIDGE

David B. Lewis, the operator of a 2013 Freightliner was traveling south bound on Bridge Street (Rt. 513).  Lewis failed to observe the 12’6” sign on the New Jersey Transit Bridge.  Lewis attempted to drive under the NJ Transit Bridge which the trailer struck the bridge causing extensive damage to…

IN THE BRUTAL HEAT OF AUGUST NOW IS AN IMPORTANT TIME TO CARE FOR YOUR LAWN – WHO ELSE BETTER THAN THE ORGANIC DUTCHMAN

  http://www.organicdutchman.com/OrganicNews2.html Solutions for Green Lawns As with other aspects of gardening, a healthy lawn is its own best defense against weeds and pests. It will crowd out most weeds and resist insects and disease.   The roots must go deep into the soil so they can seek out soil…