A Yoga Gift for Athlete of the Month

September 29, 2022

A Gift for Athlete of the Month

A note from Honor Yoga Flemington’s Assistant Manager Christina Flanagan

“Starting in October 2022, Honor Yoga Flemington will be selecting an Athlete of the Month based on Tap Into Flemington's Athlete's of the Week. The Athlete chosen will receive a complimentary month of yoga for themselves and their household family. Honor ...

Hypnosis Workshop Monday October 10th at Honor Yoga

Barry Wolfson has formal training in both counseling and hypnotherapy. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Rutgers University and a Master of Science degree in Counseling from Upsala College.

Mr. Wolfson has run the Hypnosis Counseling Center for over 30 years, offering programs in over 35 NJ, PA, and FL adult schools. He has also been a consultant to the State of New Jersey, serves on the ...

An Interview with an Inspiring Yoga Teacher, Alexandra Salas

What inspired you to want to experience a yoga teacher training?

Yoga has been a part of my life for many years, but I always wanted to learn more and go deeper in the practice. Finally, a couple of years ago, I was in a place where I was able to focus on this personal goal, and it has been very rewarding. 

What then prompted you to dive into an Aerial Yoga teaching ...

Want to be a better lawyer and mediator? Take an improv class!

September 17, 2022

Improvisational guru and Improv Olympics director Del Close once noted, “Every interpersonal situation has a solution in which everyone wins.”

The former teacher of such notable comedians/comedy writers as John Belushi, Tina Fey, Gilda Radner and Adam McKay was talking about improvisation.

However, he might as well have been talking about mediation.

The five major ...

FirstEnergy Drone Safety Game Takes Flight

Teens and tweens typically view drones as fun-to-use, exciting toys. With more youngsters taking to the skies, it is important they know that a drone is a real aircraft that may pose serious risks if used near power lines or other electrical equipment. 

To help educate young pilots and their parents, FirstEnergy has teamed up with a game developer to create The Drone Safety Zone, a ...

National Preparedness Month: Act Today, Stay Safe Tomorrow

Each September is National Preparedness Month, a time to shine a light on the importance of preparing for emergencies before they happen. 

One of the most common emergencies is severe weather, which can cause tree damage, broken poles, downed power lines and sometimes even lengthy power outages. While Mother Nature can be unpredictable, each of us can take steps to minimize the impact the ...

FirstEnergy Named Top Utility for Economic Development by Site Selection Magazine for Fourth Year in a Row

FirstEnergy Corp. (NYSE: FE), parent company of Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L), has been named by Site Selection magazine as one of the nation's leading utilities in promoting economic development for the fourth year in a row, helping to attract nearly 22,000 new jobs and $5.4 billion in third-party corporate facility investment in its six-state service area in ...

NJEDA to Create Offshore Wind Workforce and Skills Development Grant Challenge

TRENTON, NJ - Opportunities to develop job skills for careers in New Jersey’s growing offshore wind industry are coming to residents across the state, particularly those in New Jersey.s Overburdened Communities,

Approved earlier this month by the NJEDA’s Board, the $3.725 million Offshore Wind Workforce and Skills Development Grant Challenge (Grant Challenge) will offer grants to ...

NJEDA To Open Food Security Planning Grant Program Application September 27

TRENTON, NJ - The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) announced that it will open applications for its $1.5 million Food Security Planning Grant Program on Tuesday, September 27. This competitive program offers grants ranging from $75,000 to $125,000 to municipal governments, county governments, and redevelopment agencies to develop plans to improve food ...

NJEDA to Host Main Street Micro Business Loan Program Virtual Information Session

The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) is hosting a webinar for one of its new programs -- the Main Street Micro Business Loan -- to provide low-cost financing to New Jersey micro businesses in need of working capital to support future business operating expenses.

The Main Street Micro Business Loan will offer financing of up to $50,000 to eligible micro businesses in New ...

Alan B. Handler: New Jersey Supreme Court Justice

October 3, 2022

Alan B. Handler served as a New Jersey Supreme Court Justice from 1977 until 1999.​ ​ Justice Handler was born in Newark, New Jersey, in 1931. He attended Newark Academy and then Princeton University, graduating with a B.A. degree from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs in 1953. After receiving an LL.B. degree from Harvard Law School in 1956, he entered private ...

Bob Flisser: Medal Winner with Dragon Boat Relentless Team

Bob Flisser went on to win a gold medal with the Relentless Dragon Boat team in Hartford in the summer of 2022. 

Dragon boat racing started in ancient China, 2000 years ago. The modern sport began in Hong Kong in 1976 and came to the US in 1983. Today there are national and international competitions around the world.

In his day job, Bob Flisser has been a computer trainer since the ...


Delaware Valley Regional High School’s Brian Smith strives to teach more than literature and journalism, and that’s why he is the Hunterdon County Teacher of the Year.

That distinction was awarded to Smith in August by the N.J. School Boards Association in partnership with the state Department of Education.

Smith graduated from Del Val in 2005 and joined the faculty in 2011.

Will New Jersey's Federally-vaccinated Economy Have a Relapse?

NEW JERSEY — There’s no doubt that the federal COVID-19 and Biden Administration infrastructure aid fortified New Jersey’s economy along with that of most other states.

When the Legislature passed New Jersey’s record $50 billion state budget last June, it was as if the state had just simply rolled up its sleeve to get multiple COVID-19- like budget ...

Hunterdon Central's Molloy, Catanzarite and Molloy: Athletes of the Week.

September 29, 2022

Three victories at first singles propelled the Hunterdon Central girls' tennis team to a 4-1 team triumph over Bridgewater-Raritan earlier in September.

Faye Molloy, Elle Catanzarite and Kyla Molloy were the singles winners for the Red Devils (2-4). We congratulate the three as Athletes of the Week. 

FIRST SINGLES: Faye Malloy (HC) def. Jessica Kozyra, 7-6, 6-2

Upcoming Events

Thu, October 6, 7:00 PM

Presbyterian Church Parish House, Flemington

Hunterdon Garden Guild Meeting


Sat, October 8, 8:00 PM

Brook Arts Center, Bound Brook

Comedian Bobby Collins


Mon, October 10, 7:00 PM


Board of Education Meeting

Hunterdon County Reporting 24 New COVID Cases, 1 New Fatality

October 4, 2022

HUNTERDON COUNTY, NJ - Hunterdon County is reporting 24 new daily COVID cases as of Monday, bringing the total to 27,253.

The county is reporting one new fatality, bringing the total to 232, between the ages of 31 and 102.

The breakdown of towns is as follows:

Alexandria Township – 853 cases, 4 deaths
Bethlehem Township – 823 cases, 6 deaths
Bloomsbury ...

Hunterdon County Reporting 87 New COVID Cases Since Friday

HUNTERDON COUNTY, NJ - Hunterdon County is reporting 87 new COVID cases since Friday, bringing the total to 27,229 as of Sunday.

The county is not reporting any new fatalities, keeping the total at 231, between the ages of 31 and 102.

The breakdown of towns is as follows:

Alexandria Township – 853 cases, 3 deaths
Bethlehem Township – 821 cases, 6 ...

Hunterdon County Reporting 29 New COVID Cases, as of Wednesday

HUNTERDON COUNTY, NJ - Hunterdon County is reporting 29 new daily COVID cases, bringing the total to 27,142 as of Wednesday.

The county is not reporting any new fatalities, keeping the total at 231, between the ages of 31 and 102.

The breakdown of towns is as follows:

Alexandria Township – 851 cases, 3 deaths
Bethlehem Township – 819 cases, 6 ...

Annandale Resident Earns Girl Scout Gold Award

September 25, 2022

ANNANDALE, NJ - Annandale resident Amanda Greenhalgh has earned her Girl Scout Gold Award by installing Little Free Libraries at two state parks.

Greenhalgh partnered with the New Jersey Parks Department to build and install them at two parks, fully equipped with a variety of literature, including bilingual books.

The Little Free Library is designed as a "take a book, return a ...

Varsity Soccer: North Hunterdon defeats Phillipsburg

PHILLIPSBURG, NJ - Phillipsburg High School freshman reserve Joseph Firetto was only on the field for two minutes before he helped the Stateliner boys soccer team get off to a roaring start against North Hunterdon on Thursday.

On the first scoring opportunity of his varsity career, Firetto hit the back of the net from 15-yards out after a pass from senior Liam Hall to give P’burg a 1-0 ...


Delaware Valley Regional High School’s Brian Smith strives to teach more than literature and journalism, and that’s why he is the Hunterdon County Teacher of the Year.

That distinction was awarded to Smith in August by the N.J. School Boards Association in partnership with the state Department of Education.

Smith graduated from Del Val in 2005 and joined the faculty in 2011.

NBA Player to Speak on Addiction at South Hunterdon Regional

October 2, 2022

LAMBERTVILLE, NJ - A former Division I athlete and NBA basketball player will be visiting South Hunterdon Regional High School Oct. 11 to do a presentation related to substance abuse and addiction.

Chris Herren will be visiting the school to do the presentation for students in grades nine through 12 during the school year, followed by a free presentation in the evening for the community at 7 ...

County Commissioner Board Approves Proclamation for Childhood Cancer Awareness month, Supporting St. Baldrick’s Event

HUNTERDON COUNTY, NJ - The board of county commissioners approved a proclamation noting Sept. 25 as Childhood Cancer Awareness Day.

During September 2022, by resolution of the county commissioner board, the Historic Courthouse is being lit up in gold in honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness.

The month-long commemoration will be highlighted by this year’s Children’s Hospital of ...

Hunterdon County Commemorates 9/11 with Ceremony [photo & video display]

Hunterdon County Commemorates 9/11 with Ceremony [photo display]


October 4, 2022

Flemington , NJ  -  Small Biz Networking Group always s on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at our new venue, Marinelli’s located  at  505 Rte 12 , Flemington, NJ with a great 3 course lunch for $25.  This Meetup has been in existence for over 12 years, and Founded  and Organized by Julie Parker, and it still is ...

Expect the Unexpected

September 30, 2022

 To The Editor:

I'm reaching out with hopes to make other Clinton Township residents aware and to learn from our oversight. Never assume anything and, more importantly, make friends with your small engine mechanic. You'll need it!

After the summer drought we all experienced, we didn't have to mow our lawn as frequently as usual.  When the much needed rain arrived the ...

Congressman Malinowski Delivers for Flemington

To the Editor:

I met Tom Malinowski in 2018 when we were both running for office. Tom would go on to win his race to represent CD7, which includes Flemington, in Congress and I won my race to become mayor of the borough.

Over the four years since, I have come to know a man who is dedicated to the district and works over time to make sure his constituents are well-represented. Never has a ...

Sheriff Brown Warns About Increase in Scams, Including Hurricane Ian Targeting

October 4, 2022

HUNTERDON COUNTY, NJ - Hunterdon County Sheriff Frederick Brown offered updates on his office’s activities regarding the increase in scam alerts where Hunterdon County residents have either been victims or targets of scammers.

With Hurricane Ian having destroyed parts of Florida and South Carolina this past week, and its remnants having impacted New Jersey’s weekend weather, Brown ...

Hunterdon County Health Department to Hold COVID-19 Bivalent Booster Dose Clinic

HUNTERDON COUNTY, NJ - The Hunterdon County Health Department will be hosting a COVID-19 bivalent vaccine booster dose clinic Oct. 5, from noon to 2 p.m. inside Building #1 at the Route 12 County Complex in Flemington.

In mid-September the county received doses of the new bivalent COVID-19 vaccine, and planned to offer this vaccine at the upcoming county clinics.

Hunterdon County ...

Hunterdon Chamber of Commerce and TAPinto Flemington to Cosponsor Candidate Forums for Flemington Borough

Thomas Jefferson said, "An educated citizenry is a vital requisite for our survival as a free people."  

In the spirit of those wise words from Jefferson, TAPinto Flemington and the Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce are co-sponsoring Candidate Forums for the residents of Flemington for the candidates running for the positions of ...

Somerville HS Robotics Team Co-Hosts Tech Expo at Bridgewater Commons

September 24, 2022

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The Somerville High School Robotics team is one of four from central New Jersey high schools that will host the Raritan Valley Science and Technology Showcase at the Bridgewater Commons mall on Oct. 1-2,

The other robotics teams are from Hillsborough High School, Bound Brook High School and Hunterdon Central in Flemington.

The expansive showcase will feature displays on ...

Festival's New Brunswick Performance Dedicated to 'Jazz Angel' This Weekend

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – They’ll be a touch of the blues at this weekend’s Central Jersey Jazz Festival.

The three-day celebration spanning four towns will be dedicated to Steve Jones, one of the driving forces behind the event during its 10-year history, who passed away in 2021.

Jones served as the President and CEO of Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJUH) and ...