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Somerville: Immaculate Conception School Hosts Blue Mass to Honor Police

March 25, 2017

SOMERVILLE, NJ - The students, staff and faculty of Immaculate Conception School will host the III annual Blue Mass tribute to police officers on Friday, March 31.

Police officers are invited to assemble at 9:45 a.m. in the vestibule of the school at 41 Mountain Blvd., along with the honor guard on the front lawn.

A procession of students and the police officers will proceed to the ...

Bernards To Host Another Expired and Unused Medications Drive-Through

BERNARDS TWP., NJ - In what has become a popular method for residents to empty their medicine chests of expired, unused, and unwanted medications that could become dangerous in the wrong hands, the township will again hold its drive-through dropoff for these drugs on this Saturday, March 25.

The anonymous, convenient collection of drugs for safe disposal is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 1 ...

Police: P-G Man Had One Pound of Pot in his Benz

SOMERVILLE NJ - The Somerset County Prosecutor's Office Narcotics Task Force has arrested a Peapack-Gladstone man, and charged him with possession with intent to distribute one pound of marijuana, according to Prosecutor Michael H. Roberston.  Endri Zenelaj, 23, was charged with two offenses after a Task Force investigation, the prosecutor's office said.

According to ...

Keep The Fire Hydrants Clear

When clearing away the snow, don't forget to clear snow at least three feet in every direction from your nearest fire hydrant.

Clear a path from the hydrant to the street as well. 

Clearing the snow now can save precious time should the fire department need to respond to a neighbor in need. 

 

[Updated] 'Roads Slick'; Bernards Twp. Committee Meeting Canceled; Library, YMCA, Schools Closed in Tues. Snowstorm

BERNARDS TWP., NJ - Mayor Carolyn Gaziano decided on Tuesday morning to cancel Tuesday night's Township Committee meeting, which had been scheduled for 8 p.m. Items on the agenda, including the budget introduction, have been moved to the scheduled March 28 meeting, township officials said. 

Township and contractor plows are out and will continue to keep up with the snow, Pat ...

Prosecutor's Office: Traffic Stop Nets 11 Pounds of Marijuana and Two Suspects

SOMERVILLE, N.J. – An early-morning traffic stop in Warren led to the arrest of two suspects from West Virginia and the seizure of 11 pounds of marijuana, according to Somerset County Prosecutor Michael H. Robertson.

Police arrested Lloyd M. Thatcher, 30, of Grant Avenue and Casey L. Dillow, of Palisades Drive, both located in Morganville, W. Va., according to Robertson, who ...

Warren Residents Report Airbag Thefts, Criminal Mischief and Identity Theft

WARREN, NJ - Warren residents reported airbag thefts, criminal mischief and identity theft on Wednesday and Thursday, according to reports released by the Warren Township Police.

Three airbags were reported stolen on Wednesday- two within an hour of each other from different residences on Independence Boulevard around noon and one from a Liberty Corner Road residence around 5 p.m., police ...

Long Hill's Country Farms Reports Armed Robbery, Police Seek Suspect

MILLINGTON, NJ - The Long Hill Township Police Department is actively investigating an armed robbery, according to a post on their Facebook page.

The Country Farms convenience store located at 87 Division Avenue in Millington, was reportedly robbed at gunpoint on Saturday at approximately 8:20 pm, police said.

The armed suspect is described as a male, Caucasian, ...

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