FLEMINGTON MAN SENTENCED FOR CHILD PORNOGRAPHY

Hunterdon County Prosecutor Anthony P. Kearns, III, announced the sentencing of Adolfo Reyes-Aguayo, age 39, of Flemington, NJ. Reyes-Aguayo was arrested in July 2016 after a joint investigation by the Hunterdon County Prosecutor’s Office Special Victim’s Unit and the Flemington Police Department revealed he was in possession of child pornography….

HUNTERDON COUNTY CAR OF THE DAY 2012 Honda Pilot EX-L

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UNION TWP WOMAN INDICTED FOR FORGERY AND THEFT FROM UNION TOWNSHIP PTA

Hunterdon County Prosecutor Anthony P. Kearns, III, announced the indictment of Robin Patton, age 45, of Union Township. On February 23, 2017, Ms. Patton was indicted by a Hunterdon County Grand Jury for Forgery, Uttering a Forged Document and Theft by Deception, all 3rd degree crimes. According to Prosecutor Kearns,…

HARKERS HOLLOW AND BEAVER BROOK GOLF OPEN WHILE THE WEATHER STAYS TEMPERATE

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Kingwood Station Detectives Solve 13 Burglaries in East Amwell Township and Looking to Solve More

Kingwood Station detectives recently solved a string of 13 burglaries, which began in July of 2016, in the John Ringo section of East Amwell Township, Hunterdon County. Cuthbert Anderson, 22, of Lawrenceville, N.J. was charged with burglary and theft offenses by State Police detectives in addition to multiple charges from…

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MAN ARRESTED FOR DISTRIBUTION AND POSSESSION OF HEROIN

  Hunterdon County Prosecutor Anthony P. Kearns, III, and Chief of Detectives John J. Kuczynski announced that an investigation by the Hunterdon County Prosecutor’s Office Gangs, Guns, & Narcotics Task Force led to the arrest of one individual for narcotics offenses in Kingwood Township. According to Prosecutor Kearns, “The investigation…

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MAN ARRESTED FOR HEROIN AND ELUDING CHARGES

Hunterdon County Prosecutor Anthony P. Kearns, III, Chief of Detectives John J. Kuczynski, and Clinton Township Police Officer in Charge Doug Higgins announced that a joint investigation by the Hunterdon County Prosecutor’s Office Gangs, Guns, & Narcotics Task Force and the Clinton Township Police Department has led to the arrest…

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Kingwood Trooper’s Car Stop Uncovers Multi-County Counterfeit Operation

The New Jersey State Police have arrested Michael Owens, 24, and Iziera Johnson, 18, both of Trenton, N.J. after a car stop for a traffic violation led to the discovery of counterfeit money and a subsequent investigation that linked the duo to crimes in multiple jurisdictions in Hunterdon, Somerset, Mercer,…

Five Local Gyms Join Forces to Get Fit For A Cause

The Hunterdon Health and Wellness Centers, HealthQuest of Hunterdon, Healthy U Fitness Studio, Sphericality Studio and the Hunterdon County YMCA are teaming up to get Fit for a Cause in March.  Each gym will participate in a Fit for Cancer community challenge at their facilities on Saturday, March 25th.  All…

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LETTER – Sierra Club: Frelinghuysen, Stop Hiding from the Public!

oday we will be joining with other groups and citizens on the steps of Morristown Town Hall to demand Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen to speak to his constituents. Congressman Frelinghuysen has not hosted a town hall in over 4 years. Today we’re calling him to represent the people and protect our…

Hunterdon County Polytech’s Commercial Art & Advertising Design students are Bridging the Gap

  Are you looking for a new logo or business card for your business? How about banners, T-shirts or promo cards for an upcoming event? If yes, then you should consider the work from Hunterdon County Polytech’s Bridging the Gap. Bridging the Gap is a partnership with members from local…

ADDICTED CHIC Last Day! 20% Off New Free People

  Free People SALE!! 20% OFF any two Free People (valid on regularly priced items) Both locations! (Items shown in this email find at  Addicted Chic in Flemington!) (valid on regularly priced items) Shop our fun new  Spring Free People Arrivals! VALID  NOW  THRU  MONDAY!!! Our lovely customer, Sandy,  in the brand…

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LETTER – Bills to Block Logging on Public Lands

  Senator Lesniak has today introduced legislation to modify the Highlands Act to protect public lands from logging. Another piece of legislation will require environmental criteria in forest stewardship plans to prevent clear cutting and other abuses. The first bill will exclude Forestry and Forest Stewardship from public lands. This…

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Panel ok’s HUNTEDON ASSEMBLYMAN DiMaio bill capping amount of state funds colleges can use for speaker fees

An Assembly panel today unanimously advanced legislation (A714/S2355) sponsored by Assemblyman John DiMaio prohibiting colleges from using more than $10,000 in state funds to pay for speakers, including commencement addresses. The vote was 6 to 0. “At a time when tuitions are being increased because state funding is being reduced,…

RVCC Dean Honored By National Diversity Publication

  Dr. Patrice Gouveia Marks of Belle Mead, a Dean at Raritan Valley Community College, has been honored with the 2017 Giving Back Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine. The Giving Back Award honors college and university administrators and deans who go above and beyond their everyday leadership duties and…

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Harvest Family Success Center Introduces “Youth Performing Arts Class”

The Harvest Family Success Center (FSC) is introducing a new program to the Center: Youth Performing Arts Class.  “Youth Performing Arts Class” is kids from grades 3 to 6, of whom would enjoys learning about what makes performing arts such fun! The program will be led by Kayla MacKinnon, an…

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HUNTERDON Polytech Students Think Globally, Collaborate to Assist African Wildlife Orphanage

Students in Polytech’s Graphic Design, Animal Science, and Early Childhood Education programs are working together to help the Chipangali Wildlife Orphanage in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. This past summer, Animal Science instructor Ms. Taryn Romanczak spent time volunteering at Chipangali, working with the animals and immersing herself in a culture radically different…

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Creative Camps at Hunterdon County Parks

Summer is just around the corner and school will be out! The Hunterdon County Department of Parks & Recreation has several options for your children to have some creative fun this year. We have camps for music, art, crafts and acting!             Recreation Coordinator, Liz Braidwood Fulmer will be leading…

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Canoe with Hunterdon County Parks Celebrating our 40th Year!

Margaret Conroy We must be doing something right, 2017 is our 40th year of canoeing Hunterdon’s Waterways! Canoeing is a fun, relaxing way to de-stress and exercise. Spend a day enjoying nature.  All you have to do is bring water, lunch, and a smile, we will do the rest.  We…

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Lockatong Engineers Named to NABIE Board

– Lockatong Engineering is proud to announce that two of its members have been named to the Board of Directors of the National Academy of Building Inspection Engineers (NABIE). At the Annual NABIE Conference held last week in Orlando, FL, Robert N. Roop, P.E., Founder and President of Lockatong Engineering,…

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Hunterdon Health and Wellness Centers Offers Seminar on Stress and Kids

The Hunterdon Health and Wellness Centers in Whitehouse Station and Clinton are dedicated to providing health enhancement and disease prevention programs for the community. As part of their Education Series, the Hunterdon Health and Wellness Center in Clinton will offer Resiliency in Kids: Bouncing Forward, on Thursday, March 16th from…

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Alexander Richard Sadusky, age 78, of Alexandria Twp

Alexander Richard Sadusky Alexander Richard Sadusky, age 78, of Alexandria Twp., NJ passed away on Thursday, February 23, 2017 at home surrounded by his loving family. He was born on June 21, 1938 in Ashland, Butler Twp., PA.  He was a resident of Alexandria Twp. since 1971, moving from Annandale…

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Carmen C. Polanco, age 97, of Whitehouse Station,

Carmen C. Polanco Carmen C. Polanco, age 97, of Whitehouse Station, NJ passed away on Saturday, February 18, 2017 at Robert Wood Johnson Hospital Somerset in Somerville, NJ. She was born on July 1, 1919 in Barceloneta, Puerto Rico.  She resided in Whitehouse Station, NJ for the past 20 years,…

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Anthony L Rollero 1931 – 2017

Obituary of Anthony Rollero In tears we saw you sinking And watched you fade away. Our hearts were broken, We wanted you to stay. But when we saw you sleeping, So peaceful and free from pain. How could we wish you back with us To suffer again. It broke our…

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Thomas J. Nosal, 59, of Flemington

Thomas J. Nosal, 59, of Flemington, N.J. passed away peacefully on Saturday, February 25, 2017, at Father Hudson House in Elizabeth, New Jersey. Born and raised in Flemington, N.J., he was a lifelong resident of Hunterdon County. He is survived by his parents, Nancy Cary, Anthony Nosal, and stepmother Peggy…

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Arlene Coleman, 81

Arlene Coleman, 81 died Friday February 24, 2017 at Yardley Arden Courts Care Center. A resident of Lambertville for over 55 years, Arlene was a family oriented lady who enjoyed gardening and sewing. She had been a member of the Eastern Star for a number of years. Widow of Donald…

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James E. Beherrell, age 82 years, of Raritan Township

Obituary for James E. Beherrell James E. Beherrell, age 82 years, of Raritan Township, NJ, died Thursday, February 23, 2017 at the Hunterdon Medical Center, Raritan Township, NJ. Born in Lynn, MA, May 2, 1934, son of the late Samuel and Eva Larkin Beherrell, he had formerly resided in Massachusetts…

HUNTERDON’S GYMNASTICS UNLIMITED MAKING A NAME FOR ITSELF

On February 13th, Gymnastics Unlimited sent two teams to Independence Manor assisted living facility for a Valentine’s themed performance!  This was the debut performance for GU’s junior performance troupe, for 6 and 7 year olds.  They dazzled residents with their piece, which incorporated ribbons, jump rope, tumbling and dance.  The…

HUNTERDON COUNTY CAR OF THE DAY 2015 Chrysler 200 S

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HUNTERDON COUNTY MOST WANTED OF THE WEEK TERRELL B. JOHNS Last known address: Flemington, NJ

5’10”, 185 lbs. Brown Eyes, Brown Hair Terrell Johns was charged with Aggravated Assault in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. An arrest warrant was issued on September 30, 2016 when he failed to appear in court. Persons with information as to this fugitive’s whereabouts are asked to contact Detective Sergeant Ed…

TONIGHT AT THE CLINTON HOUSE MARDIS GRAS JAZZ DUO

MARDI GRAS 24 FEB 2017 FRIDAY This weekend we are paying homage to those Southern specials that evoke the Mardi Gras spirit.  Starting Friday 2/24 our dinner specials will be Southern inspired. We will also be offering drink and dessert specials to round out the menu. Join us Friday night…

Bill Nye (The Science Guy) Is Coming To The Clinton Book Shop

THE CLINTON BOOK SHOP IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE AN EVENT WITH BILL NYE (The Science Guy) Tuesday April 4th. 6:30 PM (Ticket Required) Bill Nye Will Be Signing Copies Of His New Book, The First In An Exciting Series For Young Readers. ABOUT THE BOOK: New York Times bestselling authors Bill Nye…

INCREDIBLE WEATHER HARKERS HOLLOW CUT THEIR GREENS YESTERDAY AND BEAVER BROOK IS OPEN FOR ALL TO ENJOY

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HMC Offers Informational Seminar on Weight Loss Surgery

The Center for Advanced Weight Loss will be holding an informational seminar on weight loss surgery on Wednesday, March 8th from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Hunterdon Medical Center, Meeting Room A/B. The community is invited to come learn about weight loss surgery and whether or not it…

HAPPY HOUR TONIGHT AT BEAVER BROOK 5 – 9 all are welcome

So as to allow Hunterdon community member to mingle and discuss whats happening locally Beaver Brook country club, in the grill room, is having happy hour tonight from 5 – 9. Anyone is welcome to come by and enjoy some libation on this fabulous spring like day.   See You…

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HIT AND RUN DRIVER WITH XANAX POT AND FIREWORKS

On Monday, February 20, at approximately 11:15 am, a 2006 Dodge Charger operated by Tyler Auburger, age 18, of Hampton struck a 2016 Kia Sorento operated by John Thomas, age 58, of Vineland, from the rear on Route 31 South at the intersection with Halstead Street. After the crash, Mr….

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10 yr old runaway found with pellet gun

On Wednesday, February 22, at approximately 5:30 am, officers received a report that a ten (10) year-old Clinton Township boy left his residence some time during the night with the intention of running away. Officers were able to obtain a description of the boy, including that he was carrying a…

AT ADDICTED CLINTON Free People Event! Save 20% Off any 2 Free People

Free People Event! 20% OFF any two Free People! (valid on regularly priced items only) Shop our fun new  Spring Free People Arrivals! Valid  Friday, February 24 Saturday, February 25 Sunday, February 26   Shop for different selections at~ Mary’s & Addicted in Clinton & Addicted Chic in Flemington ~…

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DRUNK DRIVER SLAMS INTO BACK OF CL TWP WOMAN

On Saturday, February 18, at approximately 4:55 pm, a 2014 Infiniti QX60 operated by Jennifer McDevitt, age 49, of Clinton Township, was stopped on Route 31 South at the intersection with Allerton Road when it was struck from behind by a 2004 Nissan Titan operated by Thomas Volkmann Jr., age…

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SPEEDER WITH MARAHOOCH

On Friday, February 17, at approximately 9:20 pm, an officer stopped a 2001 Ford Taurus operated by Santos Vazquez, age 36, of Allentown, PA on Route 78 East near Exit 18 for speeding. During the stop, the officer detected the odor of marijuana inside of the vehicle and soon discovered…

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HAMPTON MAN STASHES POT AT WORK

On Wednesday, February 22, at approximately 11:50 am, the manager of a Route 31 business reported that several employees observed another employee attempt to hide marijuana and a pipe on the business property. The marijuana and the pipe were confiscated and turned over to police. As a result, officers charged…

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County Hazardous Waste Disposal – March 11, 2017

EVENTS ARE HELD RAIN OR SHINE 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. 314 State Route 12 Hunterdon County Complex Flemington, NJ 08822 Directions Saturday, March 11, 2017 NO PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED If you have any questions, please email swrs@co.hunterdon.nj.us or call 908-788-1110 between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:30 pm. Our…

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Next Hunterdon Land Trust Winter Farmers’ Market Is March 5

The Hunterdon Land Trust Winter Farmers’ Market resumes Sunday, March 5 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Dvoor Farm, 111 Mine St. in Raritan Township. The winter market features about a dozen vendors offering organic vegetables, meat, chicken, pork, honey, bread, artisanal jams, locally roasted coffee,  wool and…

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County Naturalist Tom Sheppard Profiles Black Bears

Hunterdon County Chief Naturalist Tom Sheppard talks about Habits and Habitats of New Jersey’s Black Bears on Thursday, March 2, 7:30 pm at Faith Chapel Wesleyan Church, 43 Lower Landsdown Road in Franklin Township. If using GPS, enter Annandale as the town. The program is sponsored by Rural Awareness, Inc.,…

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James E. Beherrell, age 82 years, of Raritan Township,

Obituary for James E. Beherrell James E. Beherrell, age 82 years, of Raritan Township, NJ, died Thursday, February 23, 2017 at the Hunterdon Medical Center, Raritan Township, NJ. Born in Lynn, MA, May 2, 1934, son of the late Samuel and Eva Larkin Beherrell, he had formerly resided in Massachusetts…

HUNTERDON NURSE ALMOST STABBED BY PBURG MAN AT MED CENTER

@ approximately 6:27 AM – Police arrested Kevin P. Flanagan, age 49 of Phillipsburg, NJ and charged him with two counts of assault on medical personnel following an incident in the emergency room at Hunterdon Medical Center. Police were called to the ER for a report of an out of…

HUNTERDON COUNTY CAR OF THE DAY 2013 BMW X3 xDrive28i

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HackHunterdon 2017!

WE WANT YOU!! Software developers, UI/UX designers, and product types of Hunterdon County UNITE! We’re calling on professionals and computer science students (college or graduate) in and around the county to join us at Hunterdon’s first ever hackathon, April 28-29 at the Feed Mill Station in Flemington, NJ. Come build a…

1917-2017 Hunterdon County During WW1 Hunterdon County Historical Society Spring meeting and lecture- free and open to the public

The Hunterdon County Historical Society will recognize the role County servicemen played in WW1 at an afternoon lecture on Sunday, March 12 @ 2:00 p.m. at the Society’s annual spring meeting at the Flemington Presbyterian Church, 10 East Main Street. Mr. Brian Armstrong will discuss the history of the War,…

WOMAN TRYING TO PASS FAKE COUNTERFEIT 100’s

@ approximately 4:30 PM – Police arrested Iziera D. Johnson, age 18 of Trenton, NJ and charged her with multiple counts of forgery and theft following an investigation. On February 7 police responded to separate reports of attempts to use or use of counterfeit bills for purchases at the CVS…

FABULOUS FEBRUARY CONTINUES THIS WEEK BEAVER BROOK AND HARKERS HOLLOW OPEN TEE TIMES HERE

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THIS WEEKS HUNTERDON COUNTY SHERIFF SALES

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From Flemington Rotary Club Local Chefs Duel for the Best Soup Continues…..

The Rotary Clubs of Hunterdon County are promoting their Tenth Annual Hunterdon County Soup Cook-Off on Monday, February 27, 2017 from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. at the Hunterdon Central Regional High School Commons, 29 Junction Road, Flemington, NJ, 08822. ShopRite of Hunterdon is proud to sponsor this event. At last…

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BANK HACKER CAUGHT IN LAMBERTVILLE

Antonio A. Mendez, 28, of Topeka, KS was charged on Saturday, February 11, 2017 for Theft by Deception. On July 5th, 2016, a resident reported being alerted by their bank that someone had attempted to hack their bank account unsuccessfully. The resident then found a fraudulent check in his name…

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WARRANT ARREST

Kyle A. Fryling, 47, of Pipersville, PA was arrested on Wednesday, February 15, 2017 at 8:15AM for an active warrant. On February 15th, the New Jersey State Police (Kingwood) contacted Lt. Brown and advised they had Fryling in custody on an active ATS warrant out of Lambertville in the amount…

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Plate light out – wooden stash box “one hitter”

John R. Zinevich, 55, of Hampton, NJ was arrested on Tuesday, February 14, 2017 at 3:08AM for Possession of CDS. While on patrol, Ptl. Pascoe observed Zinevich’s vehicle traveling in the area of State Highway 165 and Swan Street with a license plate light out. In addition, a random plate…

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John Waters Is Coming To The Clinton Book Shop

WITH JOHN WATERS At The Clinton Book Shop Tuesday, April 18th. 7:00 PM Ticket Required Yes! Filmmaker, Writer, Actor, and Visual Artist John Waters Is Coming To The Clinton Book Shop To Discuss His New Book The People’s Pervert, the Prince of Puke, the Duke of Dirt, John Waters shares…

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Local Congressman Lance to meet with NJMEP at Capitol Hill

On March 7-9th, your local congressman Leondard Lance will be meeting with the head of NJMEP( New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program), John Kennedy in Capitol Hill to talk about ways to grow and improve manufacturing in your area and ultimately creative more job opportunities for the district.

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Hunt. Cty Library Later March Events (16-30)

TITLE: Personal Finance with Robert Lamperti PROGRAM DATE AND TIME: Thursday, March 16 at 7:00 pm PLACE: North County Branch Library, 65 Halstead Street, Clinton, NJ CONTACT: Reference Librarian Dana Neubauer, 730-6135, dneubauer@hclibrary.us FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Personal Finance with Robert Lamperti Robert Lamperti of Newroads Financial Group will discuss the…

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Hunterdon Health and Wellness Centers Offers Mindful Eating Seminar

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 Mindful Eating: Free Yourself from Chronic Dieting, on Tuesday, March 7thfrom 12:00…

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EMPLOYEE STEALING FROM HOME DEPOT

@ approximately 2:33 PM – Police arrested Linda L. Bungay, age 59 of Milford, NJ and charged her with theft from The Home Depot on Rt. 202/31. Police were called to the store by a loss prevention employee for a report of a now former employee who had been observed…

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SUSPENDED DRIVER ON INHALANTS

@ approximately 10:38 AM – Police arrested Ronald R. Tillett, 3rd, age 34 of Lambertville, NJ and charged him with possession of a toxic chemical for inhaling and possession of drug paraphernalia (rolling papers) following a motor vehicle stop on Rt. 202/31. Tillett was initially stopped for failure to signal…

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Wanted with pot

@ approximately 11:39 AM – Police arrested Christopher D. Tronchin, age 30 of North Plainfield, NJ, Steven A. Snook, age 22 of Washington, NJ and a 17- year old female juvenile from Flagtown, NJ following a motor vehicle stop on Junction Road. Tronchin was initially stopped for failure to remove…

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HUNTERDON COUNTY BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS MEET TODAY AGENDA

5:30 p.m. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE IV. MOMENT OF SILENCE V. PUBLIC COMMENT, Limited to 2 minutes per person. (Comments exceeding 2 minutes will be entertained later in the agenda). VI. FINANCE, Janet R. Previte RESOLUTION – Temporary Budget addition. RESOLUTION – Requesting approval from the Department of Local Government Services…

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Blood Drive – February 23 At Voorhees

Voorhees High School is hosting a Blood Drive on Thursday, February 23 from 7:45am to 3:15pm in the back gym.  Walk-ins are welcome and greatly appreciated! Sixteen-year olds can donate blood with parental permission.  Click here for permission form.

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Woodlands Wildlife Refuge Offers Wildlife Education Programs

Woodlands Wildlife Refuge, a non-profit organization located in Pittstown, New Jersey, is proud to announce its new schedule of summer education programs. These science-based education programs can be held on site at Woodlands Wildlife Refuge or at an offsite location. The programs include a 60 minute presentation on topics for…

HUNTERDON COUNTY SAFE COMMUNITIES COALITION RECEIVES NATIONAL SUBSTANCE USE PREVENTION AWARD

The Hunterdon County Safe Communities Coalition received the Coalition of the Year Award from CADCA (Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America), the nation’s leading substance use prevention organization. The Coalition of the Year award is part of CADCA’s GOT OUTCOMES! award program, which gives national recognition to exemplary coalitions that have…

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Charles Parigian, age 94, of Annandale

Charles Parigian, age 94, of Annandale, NJ passed away on Wednesday, February 15, 2017 at the Rolling Hills Care Center in Clinton Twp., NJ. He was born on October 17, 1922 in Lowell, MA.  He was a resident of Annandale, NJ for the past 3 years, moving from Colts Neck,…

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Rosemarie Virginia Motta, age 84 years, of Raritan Township

Rosemarie Virginia Motta, age 84 years, of Raritan Township, NJ, died on Saturday, February 18, 2017 at the home of her daughter in Raritan Township, NJ surround by her loving family just a day after celebrating her sixty-fifth wedding anniversary with her beloved husband, Peter. Born in Weehawken, NJ, February…

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Wendy Jan Riccio, age 63 years, of Tewksbury Township

Life Legacy   Wendy Jan Riccio, age 63 years, of Tewksbury Township, NJ, died unexpectedly on Friday, February 17, 2017 at her home. Born in Nyack, NY, January 13, 1954, daughter of the late Charles and Betty Challacombe Drumm, Wendy was raised in Nyack, NY before living in North Bergen,…

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James A. Burns 1948 – 2017

James A. Burns, of Asbury, N.J. passed away on Monday, February 20, 2017. Visitation will be on Thursday, February 23rd from 2 – 4 & 7 – 9 at the Martin Funeral Home, 1761 Route 31, Clinton. Prayer services will be held during the visitation hours. James was the owner…

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Johanna Annette Hamill, age 80 years, of Raritan Township

Obituary for Johanna Annette Hamill Johanna Annette Hamill, age 80 years, of Raritan Township, NJ, died Saturday, February 18, 2017, at her home. Johanna was born in Brooklyn, NY, April 13, 1936, to Joseph and Mary Merone. Her mother’s family was very close and regularly visited each other in Connecticut,…

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Hartwig H. “Hart” Kahlke, age 90

Obituary for Hartwig H. Kahlke Hartwig H. “Hart” Kahlke, age 90, passed away peacefully on February 18th, 2017 at Bridgeway Care Center, Bridgewater, NJ. He was born in Ladelund, Germany, October 5, 1926, to the late Dr. Simon and Friederika (Ketels) Kahlke. Following World War II, he came to the…

CL TWP WOMAN WITH 68 BAGS OF HEROIN

On Wednesday, February 15, at approximately 10:15 pm, officers discovered Brittany Rello, age 23, of Clinton Township, to be in possession of sixty-eight (68) bags of heroin at her residence after being called there for an unrelated matter. She was also found to be in possession of a hypodermic syringes…

HUNTERDON COUNTY CAR OF THE DAY 2012 Ford Taurus SHO

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Hunterdon Healthcare and VNA of Somerset Hills Announce Collaboration

Hunterdon Healthcare and Visiting Nursing Association of Somerset Hills announced a new alliance to provide better care coordination to the patients of Hunterdon, Somerset and Morris counties. In 2016, Hunterdon Healthcare opened the Somerset Medical Office Building which currently houses offices that specialize in cardiology, urology, breast surgery, gastroenterology, endocrinology…

Unity Bank Receives Bronze Award From SBA NJ District Office

For the second year in a row, Unity Bank was presented with the Bronze Award during the recent Small Business Administration (SBA) New Jersey District Office awards reception. Pictured (kneeling from left) during the event are SBA Lender Relations Specialist Gene Spillane and Danny Kim of Unity Bank; (standing from left)…

AddictedChic.com Here’s $50! Presidents’ Day Sale!

Here’s a Ulysses S. Grant just for you! SAVE $50.00 on $300 or more! at AddictedChic.com Use Code: PRES50 Happy Presidents’ Day! Here’s $50.00 Shop our gorgeous  New Arrivals! (Valid on $300 or more regular priced items!)   Valid Friday, February 17  Saturday, February 18 Sunday, February 19 Monday, February…

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IN CL TWP SCHOOL VANDALS CAUGHT ON VIDEO

Between 12:00 pm on Saturday, February 11 and 4:00 pm on Sunday, February 12, approximately six (6) boys were observed on the surveillance camera at the Round Valley School walking through the hallways and going into classrooms. Teachers reported that various items within the classrooms were moved and possibly that…

SMALL BIZ NETWORKING MEETUP GUEST SPEAKER, CHRISTOPHER YIM, FROM AFLAC, AS GUEST SPEAKER ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21ST.

The Small Biz Networking Meetup group holds its monthly networking events every third Tuesday of each month, and will take place at  the Flemington Raritan Diner’s Banquet Room, located at Rte. 31, next to HealthQuest.  Julie Parker, is the founder/organizer of the group now totaling 540 members.  Membership is FREE,…

RED MILL MUSEUM VILLAGE TO HOST SAINT PATRICK’S DAY FESTIVITIES

The Red Mill Museum Village is pleased to be hosting Mulligan’s Saint Patty’s Day Party on Sunday, March 12, 2017 following the Friendly Sons of Saint Patrick Parade in town.  This family-friendly event will include crafts, games, a “leprechaun trail” scavenger hunt, live blacksmith demonstrations and goodies.  Festivities will take…

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Assembly approves Hunterdon Assemblyman Peterson’s bill amending notary law

The General Assembly today approved legislation (A3754) sponsored by Assemblyman Erik Peterson amending notary law to allow attorneys to use a raised seal when validating legal documents.  “This bill is necessary because in other states and countries the raised seal on notarized documents is required, but documents notarized by a…

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LETTER – Senate Approves Pruitt- Dismantling EPA Will Accelerate

The Senate has confirmed anti-environment zealot and climate change-denier Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt by a vote of 52-46 to lead the Environmental Protection Agency. Democrats have cited concerns with Pruitt’s ties to fossil fuel companies and have requested to see e-mail correspondence between Pruitt and the fossil fuel industry. Even though…

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Learn how to enrich soil by composting on Feb. 22

Spring is almost here, a time when home gardeners start paying attention to the quality of their soil. Learn all about soil health and how to compost to create rich humus at a workshop on Wednesday, Feb. 22, sponsored by Raritan Headwaters, the region’s nonprofit watershed watchdog. The program will…

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Enjoy Nature with Hunterdon County Parks Margaret Conroy

We will be offering an “Owls for Everyone,” program on Thursday, February 16 , 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM, in our beautiful lodge at Echo Hill, located at 42 Lilac Drive. All ages are welcome and the fee is $3.00 pp. After all, winter is the time to think about…

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Federal environmental changes boost importance of NJ’s elections

Elections have consequences, and one major consequence of the 2016 election is sweeping changes to federal environmental and climate policy. These changes make New Jersey’s 2017 elections all the more critical, according to Bill Kibler, policy director at watershed watchdog Raritan Headwaters. New Jersey voters will elect a new governor…

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Documentary About Local Holocaust Survivor To Be Screened At George Street Playhouse

The public is invited to attend a free screening of the documentary, Margit: Not A23029, which focuses on the life of Holocaust survivor Margit Feldman of Somerset, February 28, at 7 p.m., at George Street Playhouse, New Brunswick. The event is being presented by George Street Playhouse in conjunction with…

Congratulations to our Hunterdon Central Cheerleaders for winning the LARGE VARSITY NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL CHAMPIONSHIP!!!!

The 2017 National High School Cheerleading Championship and National Dance Team Championship, produced by the Universal Cheerleaders Association and Universal Dance Association, both Varsity Spirit brands, recently hosted more than 18,000 of the country’s top high school cheerleaders and dancers. The cheerleading championship took place Feb. 11 – 12 and…

HUNTERDON COUNTY CAR OF THE DAY 2014 Ford Escape SE

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Friendly Sons of St. Patrick – Hunterdon County announce 2017 Parade Grand Marshal, 2017 Irishman of the Year & 4th Annual FSSP St. Patrick’s Day Parade

The Friendly Sons of St. Patrick – Hunterdon County (FSSP) are proud to name Mr. Patrick (Pat) Barrett as 2017 FSSP Parade Grand Marshal and Mr. Robert (Bob) Junge as 2017 FSSP Irishman of the Year.   Both men will be recognized and honored at the 2017 4th Annual FSSP…

AWESOME WEEKEND WEATHER COMING HARKERS HOLLOW GOLF OPEN

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HEROIN AND CRACK IN RARITAN TWP

@ approximately 10:53 PM – Police arrested Alexis R. Buffa, age 22 of Clinton, NJ and Vincent T. Decastro, age 28 of Long Valley, NJ and charged each with narcotics offenses following a motor vehicle stop on Rt. 202/31. Buffa was initially stopped for failure to keep right and was…

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GUN BURGLAR NABBED

@ approximately 6:00 PM – Police arrested Cuthbert A. Anderson, Jr., age 21 of Lawrenceville, NJ and charged him with burglary of and theft from a residence following an investigation. On August 16, 2016 police were called to residence on Old York Road for a reported residential burglary. During the…

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HUNTERDON ASSEMBLYMAN Peterson measure locking away predators for life clears Assembly

Predators who molest and kill children under the age of 18 will serve life in prison under legislation  (A373) approved by the General Assembly today and sponsored by Assemblymen Robert Auth, Gregory P. McGuckin, Erik Peterson and Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi.   “In a state that doesn’t have the death penalty,…

GUITAR OF THE WEEK – Austin Les Paul copy

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