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Hunterdon Medical Center Names New President

November 21, 2018

RARITAN TWP., N.J. – Hunterdon Healthcare System, the corporate parent of Hunterdon Medical Center, has named its new President and CEO.

Patrick Gavin will assume his position in January, according to a press release from HHS. He replaces Robert P. Wise, who retired in May. Dr. Robert J. Cody has been serving as Interim President and CEO since then.

Gavin was chosen “after a ...

Grant Program to Spur Economic Growth Approved by Hunterdon Freeholders

FLEMINGTON, N.J. – The county Freeholders have taken another step toward promoting economic development in Hunterdon.

The all-Republican Freeholder board has long been transparent about its support for business. In 2013, the group ordered the creation of the “CEDS” - an acronym for Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy. It is the county government’s blueprint for ...

Mayor-Elect Driver Seeks Downsized Union Hotel Project

FLEMINGTON, N.J. – The vote-by-mail ballots have been counted, the provisional ballots have been tallied, and the net unofficial result in the mayoral race here remains as it was on Tuesday: Councilperson Betsy Driver is the borough’s Mayor-elect, defeating Mayor Phil Greiner.

That makes the Borough Council election results a sweep, with voters choosing Driver and fellow Democrats ...

100 Businesses Preparing for Hunterdon Business Expo

RARITAN TWP., N.J. – The 30th Annual Hunterdon County Business Expo will be held tomorrow, Thursday, Nov. 8.

More than 100 local businesses will be participating, all under one roof at Nex Level Arena, which is located at 426 Case Blvd. here.

Admission is free and open to all. Parking will be available at J. P. Case Middle School, with continuous free shuttle service ...

Small Biz Networking Meetup to Host Janet Kuebler

FLEMINGTON, N.J. - Janet Kuebler will be presenting about "The Most Important Documents for the Stages of Your Life" at the Small Biz Networking Meetup on Tuesday, Nov. 20.

Kuebler’s Right at Home business has been providing care and assistance to elderly and disabled adults in Somerset and Hunterdon counties since 2004.  She has been the managing partner since 2007 and is ...

After Collecting Comcast Complaints, Raritan Township Holds Public Hearing Monday

RARITAN TWP., N.J. – The township’s administrator is racking up complaints by the hundreds.

But they aren’t complaints against Don Hutchins. They’re the complaints the township has collected as part of its residents’ survey about their experiences with Comcast.

A public hearing will be held at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 29 in the Municipal Building off of Route 523 as ...

Local Attorney Joins State-Wide Firm

FLEMINGTON, N.J. – One of the borough’s most experienced attorneys, and whose building is a Main Street landmark, has joined the law firm of Helmer, Conley & Kasselman.

Helmer, Conely has offices throughout the state. Roth will maintain his office and its distinctive sign here, but plans to add his new affiliation on a blade sign.

Roth has deep roots in Hunterdon. A 1962 ...

Hunterdon Freeholders Offer Parking for Union Hotel Plan on Eve of Open House

FLEMINGTON, N.J. – An open house will be held tomorrow at the old Historic Courthouse on Main Street, to allow the public another chance to review plans for the Courthouse Square project.

Jack Cust, whose Flemington Center Urban Renewal, LLC is the designated redeveloper for the Union Hotel and surrounding properties, will be on hand along with members of his team to answer questions, ...

Cust Targets 'False Statements' Against Union Hotel Plan

READINGTON, N.J. – Jack Cust reviewed his plans to redevelop Flemington’s Union Hotel and surrounding properties at a meeting sponsored by the county’s Chamber of Commerce.

Cust’s Flemington Center Urban Renewal, LLC is the designated redeveloper for the properties, which Cust said he’s been working on since 2015.

The project, called Courthouse Square, ...

New Hunterdon County Bar Association President Named

FLEMINGTON, N.J. - Kasia Zielinski is the new president of the Hunterdon County Bar Association. 

She was sworn to the post by Hon. Ann R. Bartlett, a retired judge of the Superior Court in the Somerset/Hunterdon/Warren Vicinage, at the annual installation dinner on Sept. 26.

Zielinski received her Juris Doctor from Rutgers School of Law in Newark. There she worked on a Law Journal ...


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