HUNTERDON’S GYMNASTIC UNLIMITED EXCELS AT COLOR GAMES

The Rutgers Color Games   Our USAG 3, 4, 6, 8, and 9 teams, as well as our XCEL Platinum and Gold teams, just competed in the Rutgers Color Games at the Livingston Recreation Center in Piscataway, NJ! From XCEL Platinum, Olivia won first for all-around, floor, vault, and bars,…

SOMERSET PATRIOTS AND CHAIRMAN STEVE KALAFER RECEIVE THE SOMERSET COUNTY 4-H K9 DANO AWARD

The Somerset Patriots and team Chairman Steve Kalafer have received the Somerset County 4-H K9 Dano Award. The K9 Dano Award is given annually to Somerset County businesses or residents that have gone above and beyond in their treatment of animals. “We are truly honored to receive the K9 Dano…

HUNTERDON COUNTY CAR OF THE DAY 2013 Nissan Rogue SV

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MAN CAUSES RUCKUS AT HUNTERDON MED

@ approximately 7:15 PM – Police arrested Justin R. Ernst, age 25 of Hillsborough, NJ and charged him with obstructing the administration of law following contact with him at Hunterdon Medical Center (HMC). Police were initially called to HMC by security for a report of two males, who were visiting…

Relay For Life of Hunterdon County Kickoff Event

Sixth Year of Relay may be the first for Many in Hunterdon County   Families and businesses in all 24 townships of the County are invited to the kickoff to the 2018 American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Hunterdon on Thursday, January 25th at 6:30pm. The complementary dinner and…

IN THE POCONOS FERNWOOD VILLAS PROVIDE A WONDERFUL PLACE TO STAY FOR YOUR SKI VACATION

HTTP://WWW.FERNWOODRESORTPOCONOS.COM Had the pleasure of pulling into Fernwood Villas this past weekend and was overjoyed at the accommodations provided. Fernwood offers studio, one and two bedroom villas to suite your traveling needs. We stayed in a two bedroom and it had enough space for the entire family. The villa sets…

5:24 AM DUI IN MALL PARKING LOT

@ approximately 5:24 AM – Police arrested Quasim Kathrada, age 42 of West Trenton, NJ and charged him with driving under the influence of alcohol following a motor vehicle stop in the parking lot of the Shoppes at Flemington. Kathrada was initially stopped for speeding, failure to signal turn and…

LEGAL FEATURE OF THE WEEK FROM Leslie A. Parikh Employers: How Recent Sexual Harassment Scandals May Affect Your Workplace

In response to the highly-publicized sexual misconduct and harassment scandals in the workplace that have dominated the headlines in recent months, legislators have acted to address what has surfaced as a matter of grave concern. Employers should be cognizant of the following proposed legislation, which, if passed, will require proactive…

Chocolate and Wine Pairing with Carol’s Creative Chocolatez at Grape Finale

Saturday, January 27 at 7 PM – 8:30 PM EST Next Week pin Show Map Grape Finale Hands-On Winery 8 Bartles Corner Rd, Suite 107, Flemington, New Jersey 08822 Join us for a special wine and chocolate pairing event at Grape Finale in Flemington, NJ. Savor, smell, taste, and discuss…

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TRAVEL INN FLEMINGTON CONTINUES TO FLOURISH WITH DRUG ACTIVITY

@ approximately 12:06 AM – Police arrested Amber M. Brock, age 22 of Edison, NJ and Sasha M. Zapatier, also age 22 of Flemington, NJ and charged each with possession of less than 50 grams of marijuana, possession of less than 5 grams of hashish and possession of drug paraphernalia…

ALEXANDRIA Troop 112 Holds Court of Honor, Holiday Celebration

Alexandria Boy Scout Troop 112 recently held a court of honor and holiday party to cap a successful year. Scouts and their families came together to celebrate rank advancement, merit badge achievements, and other awards. Pictured from left (front row) are: David Schumacher, Kevin Burns; (middle row): Jason Czerna, Roman…

TEWKSBURY MAN POPPED AT WONDER BAR

David Bumbera was arrested on Saturday, January 13, 2018. at approximately 7:00pm for assault outside the Wonder Bar located on Route 22. Bumbera (age 62) of Howell, New Jersey punched a Tewksbury Township man in the parking lot after a brief argument causing a laceration to the man’s lip. Bumbera…

DUI OPEN CARELESS

@ approximately 12:28 AM – Police arrested Thomas R. Jeffas, Jr., age 55 of Raritan Township and charged him with driving under the influence of alcohol following a motor vehicle stop on Shippen Court. Jeffas was initially stopped for failure to maintain lane control. He was issued additional motor vehicle…

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READINGTON Snow and Ice Operation plan

Readington Township strives to provide effective and efficient snow and ice removal to allow motorists to travel safely within the Township during winter weather events. Each event is unique, and the snow and ice control operation changes depending on several factors including but not limited to the amount, type and…

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LETTER bills protecting bees from pesticides now law

Legislation sponsored by Assemblymen Ron Dancer and Parker Space protecting the state’s bee population from pesticides have been signed into law. “Pesticides are toxic to honeybees, the most important pollinators of crops. Sprayed near colonies, their effects are devastating. They not only inhibit the ability of bees to gather food,…

LETTER – permitting counties to brand local produce becomes law

Legislation (A3055/S2444) sponsored by Assemblymen Parker Space and Ron Dancer allowing counties to create their own label for food grown or processed locally was signed Monday by the Governor. “People are more health conscious and want to know their food is sourced locally and high in nutrients,” said Space (R-Sussex). …

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NEW FREEHOLDER BOARD GETS TO WORK TODAY

III. 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. PURCHASING, Raymond E. Rule, Jr. RESOLUTION – Approving a Professional Services Agreement, for Fee Accounting Services for the Department…

LETTER – Governor signs Bucco bill preserving Lake Hopatcong

Gov. Christie today signed legislation sponsored by Assemblyman Anthony M. Bucco to preserve and maintain Lake Hopatcong. The new law (S2389/A4097) dedicates $500,000 annually for the upkeep of the state’s largest freshwater lake. “Lake Hopatcong is a powerful economic engine with a 38-mile shoreline,” said Bucco (R-Morris), a long-time advocate…

LETTER – resolution commemorating Fort Dix signed by Governor

Gov. Christie signed Assemblyman Ron Dancer’s resolution Monday recognizing the 100th anniversary of Fort Dix (SJR84/AJR125). “Fort Dix is an enormous economic engine, pumping more than $7 billion into the state economy,” said Dancer (R-Ocean). “The mega-base created with the merger of Fort Dix, McGuire Air Base and the Lakehurst…

LETTER – bill regulating drone use signed by governor

Legislation sponsored by Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick criminalizing the use of drones that endanger a person or property was signed by the governor.  The bill (AS3370/A5205) makes it a crime to use drones while intoxicated, hunting or conducting surveillance on a prison. “Drones can be a fun hobby, but…

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SAT Prep Classes Scheduled At RVCC

Raritan Valley Community College (RVCC) will offer SAT preparation courses this winter and spring. Classes will be held at the College’s Branchburg campus. Two sessions will be offered. The first course will be held Sundays, January 28-March 4, from 2-5 p.m., and also on Tuesdays, January 30, February 20 &…

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Robert L. Bainbridge, 75, of Franklin Township

Robert L. Bainbridge FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, NJ – Robert L. Bainbridge, 75, of Franklin Township, NJ, passed away on Thursday, January 11, 2018 at the Hunterdon Medical Center in Raritan Township, NJ. Born August 12, 1942 in Yonkers, NY, Rob lived in Staten Island, NY and River Vale, NJ before moving…

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William A. ‘Bill’ Borman, age 90

William A. ‘Bill’ Borman, age 90, of Warren Township, NJ passed away on Sunday, January 14, 2018 at home surrounded by his loving family. He was born on July 1, 1927 in Middletown, NY.  He lived in Warren Township, NJ since October of 2016, moving from Lebanon, NJ where he…

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Peggy Nosal, age 86

Obituary Peggy Nosal, age 86 years, died on Sunday, January 14, 2018 at her home in Kingwood Township, NJ, under the caring watch of Hunterdon Hospice and her loving and devoted family. A complete life legacy reflecting on this wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend will be forthcoming. A…

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Richard J. Krauter, age 77, of Asbury

Obituary of Richard Krauter Richard J. Krauter, age 77, of Asbury NJ, passed away Friday, January 12, 2018 at home.  Richard was born on October 3, 1940, in Elizabeth, NJ. He is the son of the late Richard and the late Kay (Rutkowski) Krauter. He is a graduate of Thomas Jefferson…

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Mildred Allen, age 93

Obituary for Mildred Allen Mildred Allen, age 93 years, formerly of Maplewood, NJ, died Monday, January 15, 2018, at Atrium Post Acute Care, Princeton, NJ. Born in Newark, NJ, January 11, 1924, she had resided in Maplewood, NJ most of her life. Mildred was formerly a Manager with a real…

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Obituary for Lorenzo Giliberti

Upper Black Eddy, PA – Lorenzo Giliberti went to be with the Lord on January 12, 2018. He was born on February 22, 1927 in San Michele di Serino Italy, the son of Orazio and Lucia (Vitale) Giliberti. Lorenzo served in the Italian Army during the 1950’s as corporal. His…

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Winifred C. (Post) Shoffstall, age 95

Winifred C. (Post) Shoffstall, age 95, passed away on Tuesday, January 9, 2018 at the Hunterdon Care Center, Flemington, NJ. Winnie was the daughter of the late Raymond and Naomi (Shelly) Gee. She was born in the Germantown neighborhood of Philadelphia, PA where she lived until moving with her family…

HUNTERDON’S PETERSON BECOMES ASSEMBLY ASSISTANT WHIP

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 12, 2018 CONTACT: Press Office / 609-847-3400 Assembly Republicans announce leadership team   TRENTON, N.J. – Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick (R-Union) announced the following: Ronald Dancer, District 12, Deputy Republican Leader Amy Handlin, District 13, Deputy Republican Leader David Wolfe, District 10, Deputy Republican Leader…

PERRYVILLE TROOPERS BUST CAR BURGLAR

Those who burglarize cars like them unlocked. Unlocked cars make for an easy, quiet entry. Unlocked cars allow burglars to rummage through your car, stealing loose change and anything of value that you may have inadvertently left inside, with little inconvenience. And although at the end of the day, it’s…

HUNTERDON COUNTY CAR OF THE DAY 2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack S

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SHOPLIFTING WITH COKE AND HEROIN – not well thought out

Archer & Greiner PC   a full-service regional law firm http://www.archerlaw.com/   @ approximately 3:17 PM – Police arrested Rodolfo A. Porras-Romero, age 28 of Somerville, NJ and Colin E. Harrison, age 23 of Manville, NJ and charged each with shoplifting from Kohl’s on Rt. 202. Police were initially called…

HUNTERDON Fugitive of the Week

  DONTE SPENCE Last known address:  Allentown, PA Age 20 Black Male 5’10”, 165 lbs. Brown Eyes Black Hair Donte Spence has been charged with distribution of Heroin in Hunterdon County by the Hunterdon County Prosecutor’s Office Narcotics Task Force. Donte has been indicted on said charge on 11/30/2017. There…

RESTAURANT REVIEW NEKTAR NEW HOPE

8 WEST MECHANIC ST NEW HOPE, PENNSYLVANIA  (267) 743-2109 IT’S AMAZING THAT IS TOOK SOMEONE SO LONG TO RENOVATE ON OF THESE BUILDINGS ALONG THE CANAL AND MAKE IT A FINE EATERY. NEKTAR QUITE SIMPLY IS FANTASTIC. THE DESIGN WITH LARGE OPENING WIDOWS THAT LOOK UPON THE CANAL, THE FALLS, THE…

THESE GALS WERE A MESS – DRINKING WHILE DRIVING LEADS TO ASSAULT ON OFFICER

THE LAW OFFICES OF JOHN W. THATCHER ESQ. 39 Main Street Clinton @ approximately 9:50 PM – Police arrested Victoria V. Paul, age 24 and Jamila L. Paul, age 23, both of Raritan Township and charged each with offenses following a motor vehicle stop on Voorhees Corner Road. Victoria was…

THIS WEEKS HUNTERDON COUNTY SHERIFF SALES

http://co.hunterdon.nj.us/sheriff/SALES/sales.pdf   YOUNG AND PEREZ 3586 ROUTE 22 WEST Certified Workers’ Compensation Specialists and Dedicated Litigation Lawyers http://www.youngandperez.com/

HUNTERDON COUNTY REAL ESTATE LISTING OF THE DAY 37 Main St Clinton Town,

  https://www.weichert.com/72717676/ “37 MAIN STREET” a Historic Brick office building form the turn of the century. The mortgage company entrance is on Main St. Two additional units enter from brick walkway, with individual doors. The units are all flex style in that they can be interconnected all the way from…

MAN GETS DUI FOR CRASH IN WALMART LOT WITH COCAINE

R. E. KROLL ASSOCIATES, LLC CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT http://www.rekrollassociates.com/   @ approximately 4:09 PM – Police arrested Matthew L. Dambach, age 26 of Readington Township, and charged him with driving under the influence of alcohol following a single vehicle crash in the parking lot of Walmart on Rt.31. Police were…

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Employment Opportunity TOWN OF CLINTON – Public Works

THE CLINTON HOUSE SERVING THE FINEST STEAKS AROUND http://www.theclintonhouse.com/ The Town of Clinton (Hunterdon County) is seeking an individual to assist in the operation, maintenance and repair within the Department of Public Works, Division of Water and Roads.  Under supervision, the successful applicant will be required to repair roads and…

SUSPENDED DRIVER POPPED FOR DUI OPEN CONTAINER AND HANDCUFFS? wonder what she was using those for?

Dr. Thomas l. Weyman, DMD PA – Clinton Cosmetic dentistry with a gentle touch www.tomweyman.com   @ approximately 1:01 AM – Police arrested Tiffany D. Larison, age 40 of Croydon, PA and charged her with driving under the influence of alcohol following a motor vehicle stop on Rt. 31. Larison…

LETTER NJ Transit Tries to Push Through a Dirty Deal to Ferry Company

NJ Transit Tries to Push Through a Dirty Deal to Ferry Company   In a last minute move, the NJ Transit Board of Directors is trying to push through a vote on purchasing the Union Dry Dock property in Hoboken. They want to then lease the company to NY Waterway…

Refine Day Spa is proud to welcome Dr. Shilpa Renukuntla

https://www.facebook.com/RefineDaySpaNJ   Cosmetic Rejuvenation: Improving The Look, Feel, And Health Of Your Skin… Refine Day Spa is proud to welcome Dr. Shilpa Renukuntla to our team. Dr. Renukuntla is a board certified surgeon who recently completed her fellowship in facial plastics and reconstructive surgery. Dr. Renukuntla will be providing consultative…

MAN TRIES TO CROSS DIVIDED HIGHWAY – illegal u might have been due to the WEED

BALIC WINE SHOP CLINTON https://www.balicofclinton.com/   @ approximately 11:18 PM – Police arrested Scott Soares, age 30 of New Bedford, MA 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. Soares was initially stopped…

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Richard J. Krauter, age 77, of Asbury NJ

Obituary of Richard Krauter Richard J. Krauter, age 77, of Asbury NJ, passed away Friday, January 12, 2018 at home.  Richard was born on October 3, 1940, in Elizabeth, NJ. He is the son of the late Richard and the late Kay (Rutkowski) Krauter. For almost 59 years, Rich was employed by Jay R. Smith MFG. CO., Member of Morris Group International.  Throughout his career at Jay R. Smith, Rich advanced from…

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Dorothy B. Curry, age 76 of Whitehouse Station

Obituary of Dorothy Curry Dorothy B. Curry, age 76 of Whitehouse Station, NJ, died peacefully at home on Friday, January 12, 2018. Born in Newark, NJ, she was the daughter of the late John and Nellie Bizik. Dorothy lived in Livingston and Chester before moving to Whitehouse Station 17 years…

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Rosemary Black 1925 – 2018

Obituary of Rosemary Black Rosemary W. Black of Oneonta, NY, passed away peacefully on January 9, 2018. The daughter of Regina (Ford) and Paul Westman, she was born in Somerville, NJ in 1925; one of the first babies born at Somerset Hospital.  Rosemary grew up in Somerville, attended Somerville High…

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Irene D. Storr 73

Obituary for Irene D. Storr Irene D Storr died suddenly after a brief illness on Jan 11, 2018 at age 73 surrounded by her loving family. She was the loving mother of Richard J Storr and Suzan J Storr; sister of Olga Y Nethers, Francisca C Leistra, and Grace S…

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Donald R. Gordon, age 79 years, of Franklin Township

Obituary for Donald R. Gordon Donald R. Gordon, age 79 years, of Franklin Township, NJ, died Tuesday, January 9, 2018 at the Hunterdon Medical Center, Raritan Township, NJ. Born in Plainfield, NJ, December 24, 1938, son of the late Donald L. and Ruth McCandless Gordon, he had formerly resided in…

HAMPTON BORO MAN ARRESTED FOR 1ST DEGREE AGGRAVATED SEXUAL ASSAULT

Hunterdon County Prosecutor Anthony P. Kearns, III, Chief of Detectives John J. Kuczynski and New Jersey State Police Washington Station Commander Lt. Daniel Dalrymple announced that a joint investigation by the Hunterdon County Prosecutor’s Office Special Victims Unit and the New Jersey State Police Washington Barracks has led to the…

HUNTERDON COUNTY CAR OF THE DAY 2014 BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo 328i xDrive

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Hunterdon County Towns of Clinton and Califon Looking to Reduce Electricity Rates for Residents

Officials in the Borough of Califon and Town of Clinton are in the process of pursuing a way to reduce electrical costs for their residents through a Government Energy Aggregation (GEA) program. The towns will be among 50 other municipalities throughout the state who have adopted similar successful programs in…

IN HUNTERDON Local Chefs Duel for the Best Soup Continues…..

The Rotary Clubs of Hunterdon County are promoting their Eleventh Annual Hunterdon County Soup Cook-Off on Monday, February 26, 2018 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…

121 Upper Kingtown Rd, Franklin Twp open this sunday 1 – 4

http://www.lindaoswaldrealestate.com/homes-for-sale/121-Upper-Kingtown-Rd-Franklin-Twp-NJ-08867-222423825   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! Almost 5000 sf – 2 story foyer with curved staircase, Cherry Eat- in kitchen with granite breakfast bar, large island, 6 burner 2 oven Garland…

IN FLEMINGTON Author to Reveal Secrets of America’s Great Sports Stadiums

– With the Super Bowl just over the horizon, sportswriter Rafi Kohan will speak at the Flemington Jewish Community Center about his new book, The Arena: Inside the Monuments of American Sport, on Sunday, January 28, at 1 pm. Kohan will give insights into what goes on behind the scenes…

RVCC First Two-Year School In US To Reach Carbon Neutrality

Raritan Valley Community College is the first two-year institution of higher education in the country to reach a significant environmental milestone: carbon neutrality. Carbon neutrality is defined as having no net emissions after minimizing the carbon footprint as much as possible and offsetting the remaining emissions. “For over a decade,…

TONIGHT AT THE CLINTON HOUSE LORENZO BRANCA

  http://www.lorenzobranca.com/music-performance-schedule/    

TONIGHT AND TOMORROW AT BUCKS COUNTY PLAYHOUSE – COMEDY NIGHT

Bucks County Comedy January 12, 2018 at 8pm and January 13, 2018 at 8pm Headliner: Ron Feingold Feature: Missy Grynkiewicz Join Comedians Ron Feingold and Missy Grynkiewicz for another night of laughs at Bucks County Playhouse! RON FEINGOLD has been on stage since age 10. He got his musical theatre…

THIS WEEKEND AT THE PATTERNBURG HOUSE

12 Friday, January 12, 2018, 1 events Camo & Roadkill 13 Saturday, January 13, 2018, 1 events Bulldog Mack

THIS WEEKEND AT AMERICAN SPIRITS RT 173

http://www.americanspiritsroadhouse.com/  1/12: Bulldog Mac (9pm) 1/13: Joshua Branson-Album Debut (7pm) / Babyface Finster (9pm)

TONIGHT AT JOHN AND PETERS NEW HOPE JONAH LLOYD & FRIENDS TOMORROW THE REAL FUGITIVES

Making Musical History Since 1972 THE REAL FUGITIVES, an original rock n’ roll band from the Philadelphia area, is made up of a group of like minded musicians with diverse and varied expertise, gained through many years of live and studio performance. The band has one major purpose: To bring…

Sphericality’s “Ladies Open House” in Flemington on 1/20 to Benefit NAMI

Flemington, NJ (January 12, 2018) – Sphericality, a boutique fitness studio in downtown Flemington, invites women in the community to celebrate the new year with a day of free classes and prizes on Sat., Jan. 20 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Sphericality will also be raising money for NAMI…

LETTER – Space bill supporting New Jersey farmers on Governor’s desk

Assemblyman Parker Space’s legislation helping New Jersey farms be more competitive and profitable is in the hands of Gov. Christie. The bill (A3732/S2822) authorizes the establishment of food hubs – or food incubators – where farmers can collectively promote their sales, marketing, branding and profitability. It was approved by the…

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Sunday Afternoon Winter Hike January 21 in Readington

READINGTON TOWNSHIP OPEN SPACE HIKE on the Hill and Dale Preserve Near Oldwick, NJ With Members of the Readington Township Open Space Advisory Board Sunday, January 21, 2018 1:00 PM – 3:30 PM Meeting Time: 1:00 PM Meeting Location: Hill and Dale Wildlife Sanctuary Parking Lot North Side of Parsonage…

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Lulu Mae Skinner, 83

Lulu Mae Skinner   Lulu Mae Skinner, 83 of Flanders, NJ died on Monday January 8, 2018 in Kindred Hospital New Jersey – Morris County. She was born in Phillipsburg, NJ on August 8, 1934 the daughter of the late Harry Thomas Nunn Sr. and Stella (Allen) Nunn and was a…

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Larry Hollander, age 77

Obituary Larry Hollander, age 77 years, of Jeffersonville, PA, died on Tuesday, January 9, 2018 at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA. Born in the Bronx, NY, December 16, 1940, son of the late Benjamin and Lilia Brummel Hollander, Larry had resided in Jeffersonville for the past thirty-two years, having…

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Nancy Irene Wanjiru Ngaruiya, age 56

Obituary Nancy Irene Wanjiru Ngaruiya, age 56 years, of Dover, DE, passed from her earthly home to her heavenly home on Wednesday, January 3, 2018 in the Hunterdon Medical Center, Raritan Township, NJ, surrounded by her loving family after a valiant one year battle against pancreatic cancer; a battle which…

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Rosemary W. Black

Obituary of Rosemary Black Rosemary W. Black of Oneonta, NY, passed away peacefully on January 9, 2018. The daughter of Regina (Ford) and Paul Westman, she was born in Somerville, NJ in 1925; one of the first babies born at Somerset Hospital.  Rosemary grew up in Somerville, attended Somerville High…

HUNTERDON SHERIFF WARNS OF JURY DUTY SCAM

Sheriff Frederick W. Brown announced that a long running telephone scam seeking payment for false warrants and overdue payments to the IRS has taken a new twist.  This new twist involves a threat of arrest for not appearing for Jury Duty as summonsed. The scam involves a caller stating he…

HUNTERDON COUNTY CAR OF THE DAY 2015 GMC Terrain Denali

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IN READINGTON WOMAN LOSES CONTROL AND STRIKES PEDESTRIAN

On Friday, January 5, 2018 at approximately 0945 hours, the Readington Township Police were dispatched to the area of Pulaski Rd. and Thor Solberg Rd. for a motor vehicle accident involving a struck 44 year old female. Phyllis Castells a 77 year old female from Whitehouse Station attempted to stop…

HIGH BRIDGE FIRE DOUSES CAR FIRE

AHCo was dispatched on Box 46-27 for a vehicle fire as a result of a motor vehicle accident. Deputy Chief 46, Chief 14, Squad 46, Engine 46-2 and Squad 14 (High Bridge Fire) along with Clinton Rescue responded. Frigid temperatures and icy conditions made things difficult but were no match…

PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD WINNERS ANNOUNCED FOR 2017 Festival of Trees

The Red Mill Museum is pleased to announce the winners of the People’s Choice awards for this year’s Festival of Trees!  The eighth annual Festival of Trees is a community event to benefit the Red Mill Museum Village.  This year was a great success!  Almost 1,200 people visited the museum…

GoodWorks Band Teams Up with Hampton Inn to Host Free Event to Help Nonprofits

Local rock band GoodWorks is at it again. This time the band that champions the concept of giving back through music is working with Hampton by Hilton Woodbridge to host a free fundraising showcase event on January 24 to help nonprofits produce affordable special events and fundraisers. The turnkey program…

LETTER – bill regulating drone use gets Assembly approval

Legislation sponsored by Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick criminalizing the use of drones that endanger a person or property received General Assembly approval today.  The bill (AS3370/A5205) makes it a crime to use drones while intoxicated, hunting or conducting surveillance on a prison. “Promoting the safety and privacy of private…

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LETTER – bill requiring health insurers to cover 3-D mammograms heads to the governor

Legislation sponsored by Assemblyman Robert Auth requiring state employee health insurers to provide coverage for 3-D mammograms was approved today by the Assembly. “3-D mammograms are an effective tool in the battle against breast cancer. Studies show that these types of screenings have a higher rate of detection than regular…

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Letter – bill preserving Lake Hopatcong heads to Governor

The Assembly today cleared legislation sponsored by Assemblyman Anthony M. Bucco to preserve and restore the state’s largest freshwater lake. The bill (S2389/A4097), which now moves to Gov. Christie’s desk, dedicates $500,000 annually to the upkeep of Lake Hopatcong.   “This lake is an economic engine with a 38-mile shoreline,”…

LETTER – DiMaio bill protecting volunteer firefighters from forced retirement advances to Gov. Christie

Volunteer firefighters, EMTs and ambulance corps who retire with a state pension will no longer be forced to resign their volunteer positions in our communities under legislation sponsored by Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi and approved today by the Assembly. Also sponsored by Assemblymen Anthony M. Bucco and John DiMaio, the bill…

LETTER – legislation expanding fire safety commission goes to the Governor

Assemblyman Anthony M. Bucco’s bill bringing new perspective to the state fire safety commission was approved today by the Assembly and now moves to Gov. Christie’s desk for consideration. The bill (S3458/A5076) adds four public members to the 23-person commission. It passed the Senate in December.   “The input of…

LETTER – bill banning smokeless tobacco from schools advances to Governor’s desk

The use of smokeless tobacco is prohibited on public school grounds by legislation approved today by the General Assembly. Assemblymen David C. Russo and Kevin J. Rooney sponsor the bill (S293/A493) establishing escalating fines for violation of the prohibition. It passed the Senate in May 2016 and moves to the…

LETTER – bill modernizing licensing procedures of professional boards approved by Assembly

State professional boards will process license applications and renewals online under a bill approved today by the Assembly. The bill (A1133), modernizing the filing and processing of applications for professional licenses, is sponsored by Assemblywomen BettyLou DeCroce, Gail Phoebus and Assemblyman Parker Space. “This bill ensures boards make the commitment…

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Daniel Harold Hoffman, age 84, of Tewksbury Twp

Daniel Harold Hoffman Daniel Harold Hoffman, age 84, of Tewksbury Twp., NJ passed away on Tuesday, January 2, 2018 at home. He was born on December 30, 1933 in Everittstown, NJ.  He was a lifelong resident of Hunterdon County and lived in Tewksbury Twp., NJ for the past 62 years….

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Sophie C Geist, 93

Sophie C. Geist   Sophie C Geist, 93, transitioned at her home in Califon NJ on January 5, 2018 with her family by her side.  Growing up during the depression on the family farm in Lebanon taught her the values that carried her through this 13-year battle with Alzheimer’s: love…

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Nancy Ngaruiya, age 56

Obituary Nancy Ngaruiya, age 56 years, of Dover, DE, passed from her earthly home to her heavenly home on Wednesday, January 3, 2018 in the Hunterdon Medical Center, Raritan Township, NJ, surrounded by her loving family after a valiant one year battle against pancreatic cancer; a battle which may have…

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Mary Regina Casey, 94, of Annandale

Obituary of Mary Casey Mary Regina Casey, 94, of Annandale, NJ, formerly of Edison, NJ, passed peacefully on Saturday January 6, 2018 at her home with her children by her side. Mary was born in Philadelphia, PA on September 8, 1923 and was the daughter of the late Francis Gallagher and…

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W. Amwell Twp.: Charles Ruggieri, 66

W. Amwell Twp.: Charles Ruggieri, 66 died Sunday January 7 at the Rolling Hills Care Center. A lifelong resident of W. Amwell Twp., Charlie was a member of St. John the Evangelist R.C. Church. Charlie graduated from South Hunterdon Regional High School, Class of 1970. He attended Mercer County Community…

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Lambertville: Loyde L. Reed 82

Lambertville: Loyde L. Reed 82 died Saturday January 6, 2018 at the Doylestown Hospital. Born in Moatsville, WV Mr. Reed had lived in Lambertville since 1973. He had worked in the maintenance department Johnson and Johnson for 15 years and most recently for Liposome also in the maintenance department. Loyde…

Califon vet honored as Business Person of the Year

HCVSD Names Veterinarian Christina Wilson as its Business Partner of the Year Flemington, N.J. – Hunterdon County Vocational School District proudly recognized Dr. Christina Wilson as its Business Partner of the Year. Dr. Wilson is the owner/operator of Equiheart Veterinary Service, which serves a four-county region from its Califon base. Wilson volunteers…

HUNTERDON COUNTY CAR OF THE DAY 2007 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara

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IN HUNTERDON MAN WANTED FOR ATTEMPTED MURDER SURRENDERS

Hunterdon County Prosecutor Anthony P. Kearns, III, Chief of Detectives John J. Kuczynski, and Raritan Township Police Chief Glenn Tabasko announced that Ciro Perrone, wanted for an attempted murder that took place in the early hours of New Year’s Day, has surrendered.   According to Prosecutor Kearns, “Mr. Perrone surrendered…

LINDA OSWALD OF WEICHERT REALTORS PRESENTS 121 Upper Kingtown Rd, Franklin Twp

http://www.lindaoswaldrealestate.com/homes-for-sale/121-Upper-Kingtown-Rd-Franklin-Twp-NJ-08867-222423825 Linda Oswald loswald@weichert.com 908-763-9525 View Other Listings Description for 121 Upper Kingtown Rd Franklin Twp., NJ 08867 Custom built home on 9+ acres! Almost 5000 sf – 2 story foyer with curved staircase, Cherry Eat- in kitchen with granite breakfast bar, large island, 6 burner 2 oven Garland stove and…

IN HUNTERDON MAN ARRESTED FOR DISTRIBUTION OF MARIJUANA WAX

Hunterdon County Prosecutor Anthony P. Kearns, III, Chief of Detectives John J. Kuczynski, and Readington Township Police Chief Joseph Greco announced that a joint investigation by the Hunterdon County Prosecutor’s Office Gangs, Guns, & Narcotics Task Force, the Hunterdon County Prosecutor’s Office K9 Unit and the Readington Township Police Department…

DESTINATION REVIEW – EASTON – THE LAFAYETTE INN IS AN OASIS ON COLLEGE HILL

HTTP://WWW.LAFAYETTEINN.COM/ EASTON PENNSYLVANIA HAS BECOME A DESTINATION SPOT FOR DINERS WITH MANY FINE RESTAURANTS POPPING UP ALL OVER THE DOWNTOWN, INCLUDING   OAKHTTP://THEHUNTERDONCOUNTYNEWS.COM/AS-EASTON-BECOMES-A-DESTINATION-POINT-OAK-LEADS-WITH-WAY-TREMENDOUS-NEW-RESTAURANT-2/ AND STOKE     HTTP://THEHUNTERDONCOUNTYNEWS.COM/NEARBY-WEEKEND-FALL-TRIPS-REVIEW-EASTON-STOKE-HAS-DELICIOUS-FLAVORS-FROM-EVERY-DIRECTION/ AS WELL AS THIRD AND FERRYHTTP://THEHUNTERDONCOUNTYNEWS.COM/3RD/  WITH MORE REVIEWS COMING IN THE NEXT FEW WEEKS. NOW EASTON IS NOT FAR FROM CENTRAL JERSEY, YOU CAN…

HUNTERDON COUNTY MOST WANTED JONATHAN ALEXIS

Last known address:  Sayerville, NJ Age 28, Black Male Brown eyes and black hair 5’5″ 135 lbs Johnathan Alexis was found guilty of Burglary in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. A bench warrant was issued on June 13, 2016 when he violated the terms of his probation.

HUNTERDON BUSINESS PERSON OF THE DAY Richard P. Cushing is a trial and municipal lawyer gklegal.com

Richard P. Cushing Phone: 908-735-5161 Fax: 908-735-9351 rcushing@gklegal.com Download vCard PRIMARY AREA OF PRACTICE Richard P. Cushing is a trial and municipal lawyer who practices primarily in the areas of complex litigation, land use matters,employment law, and the representation of public entities, corporations and insurance companies. REPRESENTATIVE EXPERIENCE Representation of Individuals…

THIS WEEKS HUNTERDON COUNTY SHERIFF SALES

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200 CLUB OF HUNTERDON COUNTY NOW ACCEPTING NOMINATIONS FOR VALOR & MERIT AWARDS – DUE MARCH 1st

The 200 Club of Hunterdon County is now accepting nominations for its Valor & Merit Awards program.  This annual event is held to recognize those Municipal police officers in Hunterdon, members of the New Jersey State Police who serve Hunterdon County, Hunterdon County volunteer firefighters and first aid squad members,…

LETTER – Nuclear Subsidies Bill Dead Again: Victory for Ratepayers and Renewables

The bill for nuclear subsidies, S3560 (Sweeney/Smith), has been held from the Senate today and most likely on Monday as well. The Assembly will not be listing it at all. These means that the bill will not be voted on during this session. The bill supports Chris Christie’s negotiations to give PSEG subsidies for their nuclear plants in New Jersey….