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By LINDA SADLOUSKOSMarch 17, 2018
BERNARDS TWP., NJ - An attorney for Community Investment Properties, which previously proposed building 235 homes as well as commercial space on the defunct Millington Quarry, approached the Township Committee this week asking for another look at scaled-back version of the proposal that would reflect input that residents and ...
By TAPINTO HORSES STAFFMarch 17, 2018
NEW YORK CTY, N.Y. — St. Patrick’s Day will be very special for Liam Picco, 15, the grandson of St. Patrick’s Day Parade Grand Marshal Loretta Brennan Glucksman, as Liam rides up Fifth Avenue with his Grandmom, his good friend, Hansom Carriage Driver Stevie Hand and Samson, a black Percheron.
“Samson is my favorite horse. I like going on the carriage rides through ...
By GENE ROBBINSMarch 16, 2018
BERNARDS TWP., NJ - March Madness? Not quite. But the boys’ basketball team at William Annin Middle School was applauded Monday night at the Board of Education meeting.
Team members were introduced and given certificates after a season that saw them win the Central Jersey Junior School Athletic Association League ...
By PATTI VERBANAS/RUTGERS TODAYMarch 16, 2018
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - As climate change increases the risk to trees from severe storms, insects, diseases, drought and fire, a Rutgers University study highlights the need for improved safety in tree-care operations.
According to findings published in the American Journal of Industrial Medicine, workers employed by tree care experts and licensed arborists were more likely to receive ...
By TAP INTO BASKING RIDGEMarch 15, 2018
BERNARDS TWP., NJ - The Bernards Township Parks & Recreation's seventh Annual Community Art Show, "Inspired by Nature," is scheduled to open with a reception at 11 a.m. this Saturday. The 2018 Mayor's Arts Awards will also be presented at the reception.
The non-juried art exhibit is scheduled to run from March 17 through April 22, at the Somerset ...
By MALIK A. LYONSMarch 15, 2018
SOMERSET, NJ - The Franklin Township School district turned a national tragedy into a teachable moment for the community.
"The kids did an excellent job, well planned, a great lesson in democracy, I am really proud of them," Superintendent of Schools, Dr. John Ravally said. "It is a teachable moment, one of our main missions is to promote active citizens. Citizens that are ...
By ROD HIRSCHMarch 15, 2018
SOMERVILLE, NJ – Hundreds of Somerville High School students participated in the National School Walkout Wednesday morning to pay their respects to the 17 victims of last month’s mass shooting at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. and to draw attention to the issue of students' safety while in school.
The students gathered outdoors on the track in front ...