Eight year-old inspired to help other kids at Hunterdon Medical Center

Lily Cardoso is an active eight-year-old who just started her 3rd grade year at Immaculate Conception School in Annandale. Earlier this year, Lily had her tonsils removed in Hunterdon Medical Center’s same day surgery center. Her experience led her to thinking about how other kids, especially much younger ones, reacted…

Troop 112 Eagle Scout Project Brings a Sand Volleyball Court to Alexandria Township Park

Frenchtown resident Rory Callahan, 17, of Alexandria Boy Scout Troop 112 recently completed an ambitious Eagle Scout project with the help of many volunteers and donors, creating a sand volleyball court at Alexandria Township Park that meets national regulations for the sport. “I thought a volleyball court would be an…

FLEMINGTON SUBARU “Shares the Love” with the HUNTERDON HEALTHCARE FOUNDATION in their annual campaign

Flemington Subaru, part of the Flemington Car and Truck Country Family of Brands, is proud to announce the return of Subaru of America’s Share the Love campaign.  Beginning November 16th and continuing through January 2, 2018, with every purchase or lease of a new Subaru customers will have the opportunity…

HUNTERDON MED CENTER IN BLOOD SHORTAGE

Hunterdon Medical Center is in URGENT need of AB blood donors, male and female. They are also looking specifically for men for plasma for a current patient in need in the hospital. If you are able to donate, please call 908-788-6405 immediately.    ​Thank you in advance for helping a…

MAN TRIES TO RUN PROSTITUTES OUT OF RARITAN RAMADA

\@ approximately 4:09 AM – Police arrested Robert J. Smith, age 38 and Erin N. Cranmer, age 22, both of Voorhees, NJ and charged each with multiple offenses after contact with them at the Ramada Inn. Police were initially called to the motel for a report of a suspicious person…

FRIENDLY SONS OF ST. PATRICK SUPPORT HUNTERDON COUNTY PROSECUTOR’S OFFICE K9 UNIT

Hunterdon County Prosecutor Anthony P. Kearns, III, announced that the Friendly Sons of Saint Patrick of Hunterdon County have donated a ballistic vest to Finn, the Hunterdon County Prosecutor’s K9 Officer. In a ceremony on Tuesday night, Prosecutor Kearns, K9 Handler Detective Ed Pawlick and K9 Finn were presented the…

SUSPENDED DRUNK DRIVER WITH OPEN CAUSES CRASH – this cats a mess

@ approximately 6:49 PM – Police arrested Michael Arcamone, age 50 of Feasterville, PA and Dawn M. Frycki, age 51 of Raritan Township and charged them each with offenses following a single motor vehicle crash on Rt. 202/31. Police were initially called to Rt. 202/31 in the area of Cornet…

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Exclusive Winemaker Event: Wine and Chocolate Pairing at Carol’s

https://www.facebook.com/events/1554217387934833/   If you’ve made wine at Grape Finale you are invited to an exclusive wine and chocolate pairing event at Carol’s Creative Chocolatez in Somerville, NJ! Bring a bottle of wine you made at Grape Finale. Learn about the history of chocolate from the days of Columbus to the…

Speed with weed

@ approximately 11:33 PM – Police arrested Anthony R. Borno, age 23 of Rockaway Township and charged him with possession of less than 50 grams of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia following a motor vehicle stop on Rt. 202/31. Borno was initially stopped for a view obstruction and speeding….

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WEST AMWELL TWP FIRE UNDER INVESTIGATION

Hunterdon County Prosecutor Anthony P. Kearns, III, Chief of Detectives John J. Kuczynski, and West Amwell Township Police Department OIC Captain Stephen Bartzak announced that fire investigators were investigating a fire at ABC Building Supply on Route 179 in West Amwell Township which occurred on Monday, November 13, 2017. According…

20% Off Any First Time Service at Refine Day Spa

https://www.facebook.com/RefineDaySpaNJ   Welcome To Refine Day Spa + Salon Specializing In Skincare Massage Hair Design + Color Mention This Post And Receive 20% Off Any First Time Service Through December 31st 2017 www.refinedayspa.com

SPEED WITH HASHISH

@ approximately 4:29 PM – Police arrested Michael A. Sachs, age 25 of Basking Ridge, NJ and charged him with possession of over 5 grams of hashish and possession of less than 50 grams of marijuana following a motor vehicle stop on Old York Road. Sachs was initially stopped for…

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Hunterdon Land Trust Winter Farmers’ Market Opens Dec. 3

The Hunterdon Land Trust’s winter Farmers’ Market kicks off its sixth year on Sunday, Dec. 3 at the Dvoor Farm, 111 Mine St. in Raritan Township. The market is held in our wagon house. The winter Farmers’ Market runs on the first and third Sundays of each month, December through…

AT GRAPE FINALE FLEMINGTON IF YOU DON’T TRY A METRO SEAFOOD POP UP YOU ARE MISSING OUT brilliant

Tuesday evening at Grape Finale Flemington the wonderfully talented and engaging  self proclaimed fish monger Mark Drabich of Metropolitan Seafood, rt 22 west Lebanon Boro, brought his brilliant road show to Flemington, serving a three course meal to inquiring Hunterdon Foodies. The brainstorm of Finale’ owner Lisa van den Woldenberg,…

HUNTERDON COUNTY CAR OF THE DAY 2014 Nissan Pathfinder Platinum

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“Hands Across Hunterdon” Segment Featuring Dr. Patrice Gouveia Marks

Dr. Patrice Gouveia Marks, RVCC’s Dean of Liberal and Fine Arts, Accreditation Liaison Officer and Compliance Officer, recently appeared on the “Hands Across Hunterdon” program on Hunterdon Chamber Radio. Dr. Marks was asked to participate in the segment in part for her being honored with the 2017 Giving Back Award…

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Voorhees Stars Hold Annual Banquet

On November 12, the Voorhees Stars celebrated the end of another successful softball season. The annual softball banquet was held at the historic Publick House Restaurant in Chester. The Stars’ High School Division team won their third straight Mid-States Girls Softball League Championship in July. The Mid-States Girls Softball League is…

Rare Holiday Gift – Be in the Show at Bucks County Playhouse

THEATRICAL HOLIDAY GIFT PACKAGES AT BUCKS COUNTY PLAYHOUSE From the New Show … “Ebenezer Scrooge’s Big Playhouse Christmas Show”   New Hope, PA (November 13, 2017) – For many, being onstage would be a dream come true, and this holiday season Bucks County Playhouse and gift-givers can make those dreams…

Hunterdon Girls USAG 3/4 Fantasia Classic

On Saturday, November 11th, our USAG Level 3 and 4 teams competed in the Fantasia Classic at the Gymland School of Gymnastics in Trenton. Kara placed 2nd on beam and Mia placed 3rd on floor. The teams’ next competition will be here at home.   Below are the individual results:…

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NORTH VOORHEES Newly Elected Board Members

Congratulations to the four candidates who won seats on the North Hunterdon-Voorhees Regional High School District Board of Education on November 7, 2017. Shelley Crisologo will represent Town of Clinton, Glen Gardner and Franklin Township for 3-year term Robert Kirchberger will represent Clinton Township and Lebanon Borough for 3-year term…

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HUNTERDON COUNTY HOSTS INFORMATIONAL BREAKFAST TALK NOVEMBER 28, 2017

7:30-9:00AM Main Assembly Room, Building 1 Route 12 County Complex (GPS Address: 314 State Route 12, Flemington) SAVE THE DATE ! BAGELS & COFFEE PROVIDED ! The event will feature several informational presentations:  The County Division of Health Services will discuss their role concerning review and inspection of new…

IN CLINTON The Red Mill Museum’s Festival of Trees

The Red Mill Museum Village will host its 8th annual Festival of Trees from November 24th through December 10th.  This annual holiday favorite features trees, wreaths and centerpieces decorated by community members, local organizations and businesses.  Over 30 decorated items will be on display in our famous Red Mill. Each…

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Hunterdon Women’s Imaging Center Celebrates Breast Cancer Awareness with Girls’ Night Out

Hunterdon Women’s Imaging Center Celebrates Breast Cancer Awareness with Girls’ Night Out Hunterdon Women’s Imaging Center will host “Girls’ Night Out” on Thursday, November 16th from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. in their office located at 31 North Office Centre, 121 Route 31, Suite 1100 (2nd floor) in Flemington.  Enjoy…

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Hunt. Cty Library Later November Events (Nov 18-29)

1. A Celebration of Musical Styles Ia Denzer’s piano students’ upcoming concert November 18 at 12:00 pm at the North County Branch Library, Clinton, will feature various composers from baroque to modern. These are very young musicians who will be debuting in this program as well as her senior students….

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New Jersey YMCA State Alliance, The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey and Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey Collaborate on Drug Prevention Initiative

 New Jersey YMCA State Alliance, in collaboration with The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey and Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey, is introducing a new initiative designed to encourage and support parents in having meaningful and effective conversations with their children to prevent drug use. Launching in November, this effort…

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IN FLEMINGTON How to Embroider with Sacred Themes: Ideas from a Master Needle Worker

The Flemington Jewish Community Center will host a presentation by author and master needle worker Rachel Braun on Sunday, November 18, at 2 PM.  Braun mines sacred texts to create beautiful needlecraft designs.  In her presentation, she will describe her creative process in detail from choosing the text to the…

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Bridge K-110 closing

Bridge K-110 on County Route 519 located 1/10 of a mile from County Route 651 will be closed on November 13, 2017 for 2 weeks. Detour will be posted. Bridge will be closed to all traffic. The Contractor will be doing strengthening modifications to the bridge.

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Sunday Afternoon Open Space Hike to the Top of Cushetunk Mountain November 19.

READINGTON TOWNSHIP OPEN SPACE Hike Cushetunk Mountain Climb From Pickell Park A Guided Walk with Members of the Readington Township Open Space Advisory Board Sunday, November 19, 2017 1:00 PM – 3:30 PM Meeting Time: 1:00 PM Meeting Location: Pickell Park, far end of lot, at the Information Kiosk 275…

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Sewer Manhole Repairs tomorrow in Clinton

On Wednesday, November 15th, the Town will be repairing a sewer manhole located on Leigh Street just south of the intersection of Rt. 173 directly in front of the Municipal Building.  The work is scheduled to start at 9AM and will last most of the day.   It is not…

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LETTER – More Volkswagen Money for NJ: Needs to be Dedicated

More Volkswagen Money for NJ: Needs to be Dedicated Today the Christie Administration announced that Volkswagen Group of America will pay New Jersey $69 million to settle allegations that it “violated New Jersey’s clean air statutes and defrauded consumers by selling diesel vehicles equipped with “cheat” software that deactivated their…

ABC’s Ginger Zee To Appear At The Clinton Book Shop

The Clinton Book Shop Is Pleased To Announce An Event With GINGER ZEE Thursday, December 7th. 7:00 PM ABC News Chief Meteorologist writes a heartbreaking, hilarious, and harshly honest memoir Clinton, NJ: The Clinton Book Shop wil host ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee on Thursday, December 7th at 7:00…

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Joyce E. Bellis Thatcher, age 88

Life Legacy   Joyce E. Bellis Thatcher, age 88 years, of Clinton Township, NJ, died peacefully on Thursday, November 9, 2017 at Rolling Hills Care Center, Clinton Township, NJ. Joyce was a graduate of Frenchtown High School, Frenchtown, NJ. She worked as a secretary for Riegel Paper, Milford, NJ for…

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Charles Joseph Montrose, age 89, of Hampton

Obituary of Charles Montrose Charles Joseph Montrose, age 89, of Hampton NJ, formerly of Oakland NJ died Friday, November 10, 2017 at Virtua Memorial Hospital, in Mount Holly, NJ.  Charles was born June 27, 1928 in Paterson, NJ. He is the son of the late Charles Montrose and Rose (Giella) Montrose. He was a member of the National Guard for seven years during the Korean Conflict. He worked…

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John M. O’Rourke, age 67,

Obituary of John O’Rourke John M. O’Rourke, age 67, died Tuesday November 7th at the Denver Hospice Center in Denver Colorado after a two and a half year battle with Mesothelioma.  He was a native of New Jersey born September 19th 1950 to the late John and Margaret O’Rourke. John…

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Patrick Michael Levandowski, age 25, of Clinton,

Obituary of Patrick Levandowski Patrick Michael Levandowski, age 25, of Clinton, NJ passed away on Saturday, November 4, 2017. Patrick was born June 20, 1992 in Summit, NJ. He is the son of Thomas and Carol (Varnerin) Levandowski. Patrick was a 2010 graduate of North Hunterdon High School. He was…

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Anne Sullivan (nee) Karlinchak 96

Obituary of Anne Sullivan Anne Sullivan (nee) Karlinchak died peacefully after a long illness at The Village of Rockville on November 14, 2017 at the age of 96.  Anne will be lovingly remembered by her daughter, Maureen Kimber (son-in-law, Richard), her son, William (daughter-in-law, Eileen), and her youngest son, Paul….

Hunterdon Central Is Proud Partner of Armed Forces Heritage Museum

On Veterna’s Day, as we honored the men and women who have served our country, Hunterdon Central was proud to announce our partnership with the Armed Forces Heritage Museum. The AFHM is an organization whose mission is to “Preserve, Honor, and Educate all on the military history of New Jersey…

HUNTERDON COUNTY CAR OF THE DAY 2014 Ford Edge SEL

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Hunterdon County Finances Given ‘Clean Bill of Health’ By Independent Auditor

  The Hunterdon County Freeholder Board received the good news of ‘no findings’ in the 2016 Annual Auditrecently completed by the County’s Independent Auditor. Freeholder Matt Holt, the Board’s liaison for the Finance Department, stated, “Over the past few years, we hada goal of bringing a business-like approach to financial…

CAR HIT BY TRAIN IN HUNTERDON

at 1821 hours, officers responded to the intersection of Stanton Station Road and Lilac Drive for a report of a motor vehicle struck by a train. When officers arrived, they discovered that a 2016 VW GTI driven by Carl E. Ailara, from Frenchtown, NJ had become stuck on the tracks…

LINDA OSWALD PRESENTS 121 Upper Kingtown Rd, Franklin Twp

http://www.lindaoswaldrealestate.com/homes-for-sale/121-Upper-Kingtown-Rd-Franklin-Twp-NJ-08867-200976523   Linda Oswald loswald@weichert.com 908-763-9525 View Other Listing     Description for 121 Upper Kingtown Rd Franklin Twp., NJ 08867 Custom built home on 9+ acres on private lane. Almost 5000 sf – 2 story foyer with curved staircase, Cherry Eat- in kitchen with granite breakfast bar, large island, 6…

The Provident Bank Foundation Awards $50K Signature Grant to Hunterdon Healthcare Foundation Inc.

The Provident Bank Foundation (PBF) has announced Hunterdon Healthcare Foundation Inc. in Flemington, N.J. as the recipient of the Foundation’s 2017 $50,000 Signature Grant in the Health, Youth & Families funding priority area. The Foundation will present the check during a presentation on November 22, 2017, at 1:00 PM at…

POP UP GRAND SAMPLING DINNER TOMORROW AT GRAPE FINALE WITH METRO SEAFOOD A THE LEAD

Join us for a special Grand Samplings Event at Grape Finale Hands-On Winery in Flemington, NJ. Cooking demonstration by Mark Drabich of Metropolitan Seafood. Sample the three seafood dishes Mark prepares along with 3 complimentary samples of Grape Finale handcrafted wine. The evening concludes with a delicious dark chocolate and…

Unity Bank Honored by Go Red For Women

Jenifer Morack, Director of Garden State Go Red For Women, recently presented Unity Bank with a plaque to honor the bank’s support of Go Red For Women. Unity Bank and its employees donated $2,017 in support of the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Wear Red Day program. Morack…

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Veterans Group Provides Second Drop Box At North County Library For Residents To Retire U.S. Flags Properly

During the July 5th Freeholder Board Meeting, approval was given for two refurbished mailboxes to be placed at two County library locations. Within days of its placement, the Main Library drop box was overflowing with retired flags which will be retired with the help of Kevin Cahalan and Sam Hall,…

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Lights of Love Shine at Hunterdon Medical Center

For 31 years, the Lights of Love program has been a time-honored tradition at Hunterdon Medical Center.  Since its inception, this program has raised over $700,000 which allows Hunterdon Healthcare to continue to provide excellent healthcare for our community and the surrounding areas. Each year, the Lights of Love evergreen…

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Holiday Gift Boutique Dec. 2-3 in Historic Flemington

Get a head start on your holiday shopping at the annual Holiday Gift Boutique sponsored by Friends of Historic Flemington. The Boutique will be held at 123 Main Street, Flemington on Saturday, Dec. 2 and Sunday, Dec. 3, from noon to 6 p.m.  Admission is free. Find unique crafts, gifts,…

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RVCC Transfer Agreement Focuses On Interior Design Programs

  Raritan Valley Community College in Branchburg and Moore College of Art & Design have signed a new agreement that will allow female students to seamlessly transfer to the Philadelphia-based women’s visual arts college to complete their Bachelor’s Degree. According to the agreement, students who receive an Associate of Science…

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C. Dennis Goodwin II, age 72, of High Bridge,

C. Dennis Goodwin II, age 72, of High Bridge, NJ passed away on Thursday, November 9, 2017 at home. He was born on March 11, 1945 in Danville, KY.  While he spent his childhood in Kentucky, he moved to Tennessee at age 11, where he would reside for most of…

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Blanche “Betty” (Marcinkowski) Prymowicz, 90

Hillsborough, NJ- Blanche “Betty” (Marcinkowski) Prymowicz, 90, entered into eternal life on Thursday, November 2, 2017 at Bridgeway Care and Rehabilitation Center at Hillsborough in Hillsborough, NJ. Born in Nanticoke, PA, daughter of the late Anthony and Mary (Vienskofski) Marcinkowski, she spent most of her life in Hillsborough.   Betty…

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Joyce E. Bellis Thatcher, age 88 years, of Clinton Township,

Life Legacy   Joyce E. Bellis Thatcher, age 88 years, of Clinton Township, NJ, died peacefully on Thursday, November 9, 2017 at Rolling Hills Care Center, Clinton Township, NJ. Joyce was a graduate of Frenchtown High School, Frenchtown, NJ. She worked as a secretary for Riegel Paper, Milford, NJ for…

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Charles Joseph Montrose, age 89, of Hampton

Obituary of Charles Montrose Charles Joseph Montrose, age 89, of Hampton NJ, formerly of Oakland NJ died Friday, November 10, 2017 at Virtua Memorial Hospital, in Mount Holly, NJ.  Charles was born June 27, 1928 in Paterson, NJ. He is the son of the late Charles Montrose and Rose (Giella) Montrose. He was a member of the National Guard for seven years during the Korean Conflict. He worked…

NAMI HUNTERDON Untangling Gun Violence from Mental Illness

After a shooting, once the dust has settled, and the initial shock and panic has abated somewhat, fearful minds begin to cast about for explanations. Given the frequency with which gun deaths occur in the United States, “Why did this happen?” and “Who could do something like this?” are questions the country…

HUNTERDON COUNTY CAR OF THE DAY 2011 Chrysler 200 Limited

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Learn about local water quality at Dec. 2 conference being held in Califon

Rutgers Professor Dr. Christopher Obropta is keynote speaker CALIFON – How’s the health of the water, both in local streams and in underground aquifers that supply drinking water to homes? Local residents are invited to find out at Raritan Headwaters’ annual “State of Our Watershed” conference, to be held from…

RESTAURANT REVIEW DORA FOR LUNCH WITH A WONDERFUL CAB FROM GRAPE FINALE

With a new workout eating regiment underway my biggest meal of the day is now coming mid afternoon which opens up a wide array of restaurants in the Hunterdon Somerset Morris area in which to have a very affordable delectable feast.  This past Monday I got a call from an…

LETTER – proposed trickle down budget

A Cautionary Observation It is fashionable there days to let opinion dominate fact. The most obvious place that happens is in our Congress. I don’t usually object because gridlock and ineptitude rule and nothing much happens. That changed recently, when Congress desperate to prove they could do something, cobbled together…

On December 1st, The Hunterdon Central Regional High School will host its 3rd Annual Designer Bag Bingo Event.

There are bags from designers such as Louis Vuitton, Tori Burch, Michael Kors, Kate Spade and Coach.  Tickets are $30 and include dessert and coffee.  20 Raffle baskets with prizes such as Disney Family 4-pack, Restaurant gift certificates, wine, golf and many more! Tickets are purchased online at www.hcdtbingo.com EVENT…

MATTS RED ROOSTER Thanksgiving Pick-Up Catering website is now open

https://www.facebook.com/mattsredroostergrill   Our Thanksgiving Pick-Up Catering website is now open and we are accepting orders! We’re excited to once again offer many food items available for pick-up this Thanksgiving that require only warming or limited cooking on your part. See the menu and order online now at:http://www.orderredrooster.com/

Unity Bank Receives Prestigious 5-Star Rating from BauerFinancial

CLINTON, N.J. (November 7, 2017) – Unity Bank has received the prestigious “5-Star Rating” from BauerFinancial, Inc., the nation’s leading independent bank and credit union rating and research firm. The 5-Star rating is the highest ranking the banking industry research firm can assign a financial institution.   “The 5-Star Rating…

Hot styles by Frank Lyman Design at Addicted Clinton

https://www.facebook.com/addictedjeans   We love to help you find the style that expresses who you really are. Mary’s & Addicted Jeans Store, 43 Main Street, Clinton, NJ 908-713-1134

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Hunterdon Veterans’ Services Officer Now Available Fulltime To Assist County Veterans

The thousands of Hunterdon County residents who have served in the military now have access to a full time advocate and support resource, following the Freeholder Board’s appointment of a County Veterans’ Services Officer at the October 17th Board meeting. Commenting on the appointment, Freeholder John King released the following…

Gymnastics Unlimited athletes compete in first sectional of the season

GU’s USAG Level 3 and 4 teams competed in their first sectional of the season this past weekend. This meet took place at Rettig’s Gymnastics Training Center Inc. in Cedar Knolls, NJ. Chloe R. and Brooke B. of Level 4 placed second and third respectively in vault, while Cara V….

Exclusive breakfast cafe will open to the public once a week

Exclusive breakfast cafe will open to the public once a week Polytech High School program helps students develop workforce-ready soft skills   Identification in the attached photo “Upfront Cafe at Polytech HS.jpg” is limited to first names: Lindsay and Justin. Flemington, N.J. – A new breakfast spot will be open…

Hunterdon Healthcare Offers Innovative Stem Cell Therapy for Pain Management

Hunterdon Healthcare Offers Innovative Stem Cell Therapy for Pain Management Deb Weber, 55 of Holland Township loves to garden and keep active.  Almost a year ago, she started to experience a stabbing pain radiating from in her back.  The pain was so debilitating that she was unable to do the…

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Milford Borough Common Council Elects One R One D

1/1 100.00% Under Votes 156 Over Votes 0 Vote Count Percent Dem – ROBERT WHITE 210 32.61% Rep – RUSSELL D. HELLER 252 39.13% Rep – ERIC SELLITTO 178 27.64% Write-In 4 0.62% Total 644 100.00%

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High Bridge Borough Council elects on R One D

3/3 100.00% Under Votes 172 Over Votes 0 Vote Count Percent Dem – NATALIE FERRY 615 24.74% Dem – JANE KARP 534 21.48% Rep – CHRISTOPHER ZAPPA 727 29.24% Rep – JOHN TORKILDSEN 609 24.50% Write-In 1 0.04% Total 2,486 100.00%

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Flemington Boro Council One R One D

3/3 100.00% Under Votes 129 Over Votes 0 Vote Count Percent Dem – HARRISON GERDES 345 17.02% Dem – BETSY DRIVER 499 24.62% Rep – BRIAN SWINGLE 388 19.14% Rep – KIM TILLY 379 18.70% – MICHAEL HARRIS 413 20.37% Write-In 3 0.15% Total 2,027 100.00%

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Delaware Township Committee One R one D

5/5 100.00% Under Votes 192 Over Votes 0 Vote Count Percent Dem – SUSAN D. LOCKWOOD 1,005 24.77% Dem – MATTHEW B. BALDWIN 990 24.40% Rep – CHARLES HERMAN 1,093 26.93% Rep – JAMES WALTMAN 969 23.88% Write-In 1 0.02% Total 4,058 100.00%

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Clinton Town Common Council has two newcomers

2/2 100.00% Under Votes 99 Over Votes 0 Vote Count Percent Dem – RIELLY KARSH 495 26.71% Dem – MEGAN JOHNSON 476 25.69% Rep – KENNETH S. CARBERRY 414 22.34% Rep – MARTIN PENDERGAST 466 25.15% Write-In 2 0.11% Total 1,853 100.00%

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VAN DOREN ROLLS HC FREEHOLDER

Board of Chosen Freeholders 116/116 100.00% Under Votes 3669 Over Votes 5 Vote Count Percent Dem – PAIGE LIVINGSTON 16,387 38.62% Rep – SHAUN C. VAN DOREN 24,347 57.38% – DANIEL HEITKAMP 1,679 3.96% Write-In 16 0.04% Total 42,429 100.00%

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General Assembly- 23rd District

59/59 100.00% Under Votes 3597 Over Votes 0 Vote Count Percent Dem – LAURA SHAW 8,545 19.32% Dem – CHARLES BODDY 7,595 17.17% Rep – JOHN DIMAIO 13,169 29.77% Rep – ERIK PETERSON 13,242 29.94% – TYLER J. GRAN 1,001 2.26% – MICHAEL ESTRADA 673 1.52% Write-In 4 0.01% Total…

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General Assembly 16 Leg. Dist. results in Hunterdon

46/46 100.00% Under Votes 2323 Over Votes 2 Vote Count Percent Dem – ANDREW ZWICKER 6,523 20.18% Dem – ROY FREIMAN 6,126 18.95% Rep – DONNA M. SIMON 10,065 31.13% Rep – MARK CALIGUIRE 9,607 29.72% Write-In 8 0.02% Total 32,329 100.00%

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DEMOCRATS TAKE Assembly 15 Leg. Dist.

General Assembly 15 Leg. Dist. 11/11 100.00% Under Votes 835 Over Votes 0 Vote Count Percent Dem – REED GUSCIORA 2,509 28.22% Dem – ELIZABETH MAHER MUOIO 2,560 28.79% Rep – RIMMA YAKOBOVICH 1,849 20.80% Rep – EMILY RICH 1,969 22.15% Write-In 4 0.04% Total 8,891 100.00%

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DOHERTY TAKES State Senate 23 Leg. Dist.

59/59 100.00% Under Votes 1110 Over Votes 0 Vote Count Percent Dem – CHRISTINE LUI CHEN 8,623 37.82% Rep – MICHAEL J. DOHERTY 14,177 62.17% Write-In 3 0.01% Total 22,803 100.00%

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State Senate 16 Leg. Dist. Hunterdon Voting

46/46 100.00% Under Votes 832 Over Votes 0 Vote Count Percent Dem – LAURIE POPPE 5,998 36.36% Rep – CHRISTOPHER BATEMAN 10,492 63.61% Write-In 5 0.03% Total 16,495 100.00%

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State Senate 15 Leg. Dist. in Hunterdon

11/11 100.00% Under Votes 304 Over Votes 0 Vote Count Percent Dem – SHIRLEY K. TURNER 2,648 58.08% Rep – LEE ERIC NEWTON 1,907 41.83% Write-In 4 0.09% Total 4,559 100.00%

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HUNTERDON VOTING FOR GOVERNOR

Governor 116/116 100.00% Under Votes 857 Over Votes 4 Vote Count Percent Dem – Philip Murphy 17,630 38.97% Rep – Kim Guadagno 26,634 58.87% – Gina Genovese 265 0.59% – Peter J. Rohrman 314 0.69% – Vincent Ross 68 0.15% – Matthew Riccardi 79 0.17% – Seth Kaper-Dale 218 0.48%…

HUNTERDON COUNTY Polytech’s Vet Science Students Win Big at Their First National FFA Convention

Left to right in the photo “Polytech VetSci at FFA.jpg” — Kayleigh Nix, Hannah McCray, Alyssa Carbo, Carly McKenzie Flemington, N.J. – The first time was the charm for Polytech High School students who attended the national FFA convention. They were the school’s first Veterinary Science students to compete in…

2017 Diocese of Metuchen and New Jersey Soccer Challenge Champions hail from Hunterdon

PICTURED  2017 Diocese of Metuchen Champions: (l-r)  Front row:  Kate Johnson, Owen McComb, Sophia Desire, Maggie Hann, Miranda Corley, Alexandra McComb, Alex Kinsky, John Lubin, Jason Morales and Aedan Dorwart.  Back row: Knights Steve Bauernfeind and Bill Cerwinski (St. Joseph Council, High Bridge), Ron Hall, New Jersey State Council Youth…

HUNTERDON COUNTY CAR OF THE DAY 2012 Volkswagen Beetle 2.0T Turbo PZEV

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Restaurant Review – The View at Morgan Hill – New Menu – New Management

https://www.theclubatmorganhill.com/dining A few weeks ago we had the pleasure of visiting Morgan Hill Golf Course to do a story on the links – http://thehunterdoncountynews.com/mh/   While we there we got talking to Sarah Carrasco who was taking care of us and in her entrepreneurial she inquired as to whether we might…

HUNTERDON COUNTY MOST WANTED OF THE WEEK SIGURDUR ARNASON

Last known address:  Tinton Falls, NJ Age 37, Caucasian male, 5’09”, 180 lbs. Gray eyes Brown Hair Sigurdur Arnason was Indicted for Aggravated Assault on a Law Enforcement Officer, Terroristic Threats and Resisting Arrest in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. An arrest warrant was issued on July 15, 2011 when he…

ONLY A FEW TIX LEFT FOR GRAPE FINALE Grand Samplings Event with Metropolitan Seafood & The Fudge Shop

https://www.facebook.com/events/1684576811560930/ Join us for a special Grand Samplings Event at Grape Finale Hands-On Winery in Flemington, NJ. Cooking demonstration by Mark Drabich of Metropolitan Seafood. Sample the three seafood dishes Mark prepares along with 3 complimentary samples of Grape Finale handcrafted wine. The evening concludes with a delicious dark chocolate…

K9 Basilone receives Body Armor Vest from proceeds of children’s book written by local author.

November 2017 (Millstone, NJ) – Big Dog Books LLC and author James Wiater of Millstone NJ continues to donate Body Armor and Safety Equipment to K9 Officers through proceeds of his children’s book. Wiater recently ordered and received his fourth piece of K9 Body Armor which cost $2900.00 and was…

SMALL BIZ NETWORKING MEETUP AT AL FRESCO’S, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21ST: GUEST SPEAKER IS RICHARD LIPSKI, CBIZ INC.

The Small Biz Networking Meetup has been in existence for over 6 years, and consists of over 650 members.  The  Meetup founded and organized by Julie Parker, promotes networking with other local business owners, and helping in acquiring new business and referrals.  They learn from each other, and always have…

Califon Firefighters Dominate a Local Challenge! Kicks Washington Twps butt

By Mayor Charles Daniel Recently, I participated in a local firefighter’s training exercise. Actually, it was more of a ‘friendly and fun’ challenge put forth by Mayor Bill Roehrich of Washington Township (Morris County), stating that Washington Township’s volunteer fire company, along with Mayor Roehrich’s participation, could defeat Califon’s volunteer…

IN CLINTON THE HUNTERDON COUNTY NEWS STRONGLY ENDORSES KEN CARBERRY AND MARTY PENDERGAST FOR TOWN COUNCIL NO BRAINER

The Hunterdon County News highly Endorses Ken and Marty for Town Council. The Town is finally in good financial shape and running well,   Keep It Going.  

THE HUNTERDON COUNTY NEWS ENDORSES VAN DOREN FREEHOLDER

Shaun has done a great job in many facets of public service and is a tremendous choice for Freeholder. We are proud to endorse his candidacy.  

ASSEMBLY RACE – 23rd DISTRICT THE HUNTERDON COUNTY NEWS ENDORSES PETERSON AND DIMAIO

The Hunterdon County News is pleased to Endorse John and Eric for the Assembly seats for the 23rd District.   Get out and vote

ASSEMBLY RACE – 16th DISTRICT THE HUNTERDON COUNTY NEWS ENDORSES DONNA SIMON AND MARK CALIGUIRE

The Hunterdon County News is pleased to Endorse Mark and Eric for the Assembly seats for the 16th Districts. Get out and vote  

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Author Sapphire To Speak, Read From Her Novels At RVCC

The public is invited to hear a presentation by novelist Sapphire, author of the best-selling novel, Push—which was adapted into the Academy Award-wining film, Precious—Monday, November 20, at 2:30 p.m., at Raritan Valley Community College. There is no admission charge for the event, which will be held in the Nash…

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Anthony Michael De Sapio, 45,

Anthony Michael De Sapio PERKASIE, PA – Anthony Michael De Sapio, 45, of Perkasie, PA, passed away on Wednesday, November 1, 2017 in Palmer Township, PA. Anthony was born April 8, 1972 in Raritan Township, NJ. He is a graduate of Delaware Valley Regional High School, Class of 1990 and…

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Blanche “Betty” (Marcinkowski) Prymowicz, 90,

Hillsborough, NJ- Blanche “Betty” (Marcinkowski) Prymowicz, 90, entered into eternal life on Thursday, November 2, 2017 at Bridgeway Care and Rehabilitation Center at Hillsborough in Hillsborough, NJ. Born in Nanticoke, PA, daughter of the late Anthony and Mary (Vienskofski) Marcinkowski, she spent most of her life in Hillsborough.   Betty…

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Patrick J. Kennedy, Jr., 55,

Flemington NJ– Patrick J. Kennedy, Jr., 55, passed away on Wednesday, November 1, 2017 at home with his loving family at his side.  Patrick was born in Summit, NJ to Maryann (Minogue) Kennedy and the late Patrick Kennedy, Sr. Pat attended Seton Hall Prep for 4 years, graduated from Seton Hall…

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Nancy Jane Engert, 79 years old, of Raritan Township

Life Legacy   Nancy Jane Engert, 79 years old, of Raritan Township, NJ, passed away on Friday, November 3, 2017 while at home on hospice. Nancy was surrounded by her loving family and caretaker. Born on March 1, 1938 in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, NY, daughter of the late Ruth Patricia…

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Joseph B. Muenzen

Obituary of Joseph Muenzen Joseph B. Muenzen, of Middletown, NJ, passed away peacefully on November 2, 2017 after a long illness. Joe was born March 21, 1925 in Hackensack, NJ and grew up in Bergenfield. He was the son of Wendell J. and Louise (Wurtz), and the brother of Reverend…