Sports

Girls Basketball: Ridge Upsets North Hunterdon, 47-41

ANNANDALE, NJ - The Ridge girls basketball team rode the hot shooting of Sophie Beneventine to a 47-41 upset victory over North Hunterdon Tuesday night.

Beneventine scored 16 points, sinking three 3-pointers, and Ridge opened a 35-27 lead with a 13-8 showing in the third quarter.

Ava Haiback scored eight points for the Red Devils, who have won two of their last three sandwiched around a three-point road loss to Montville.

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Monthlong Bernards Twp. Art Show Kicks Off with Mayor's Art Awards

March 19, 2017

BERNARDS TWP., NJ - Saturday morning's reception for the 6th annual Bernards Township Community Art Show, to remain in place through April 23 at the Environmental Education Center in Basking Ridge, included the announcement of the Mayor's Arts Awards for 2017.

Art show open daily

The non-juried art show features multiple pieces from 14 township artists ages 16 and up, and ...

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Somerset Patriots Re-Sign LHP Rich Mascheri

March 24, 2017

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The Somerset Patriots have announced that left-handed pitcher Rich Mascheri has been re-signed for the 2017 season.

“I am just really excited to get back to the field for the Patriots,” said Mascheri. “Now that I am finally healthy – and have spent the entire off-season working out and training – I am ready to come in and ...

In Your Community

Atlantic Health System Joins American Cancer Society in Fight Against Colorectal Cancer

Atlantic Health System (AHS), a leading health care delivery network, announced today the organization’s commitment to increase colorectal cancer screening in New Jersey by joining "80 percent by 2018" - a national effort of the American Cancer Society in the fight against the disease. 

Colorectal cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer in both men and women.