Hundreds of Luminaries are Part of 'Thursday Night Holiday Lights'

December 14, 2017

FLEMINGTON, NJ - Holiday lights, horse drawn carriages, vintage fire truck rides, visits from Santa and the famed “Paw Patrol,” and live music will all be featured here tonight.

They are part of “Thursday Night Holiday Lights,” a program sponsored by Flemington Community Partnership with help from community volunteers and organizations.

The events happen today from 6 ...

Cust's Union Hotel Plan Moves Forward; 'Substantial Economic Windfall,' He Says

FLEMINGTON, NJ – Jack Cust’s Courthouse Square project, which includes redeveloping the Union Hotel and surrounding properties, remains on track.

Borough Council voted Monday night to approve a revised redeveloper agreement with Cust and to adopt his redevelopment plan.

The vote was taken despite the concerns of Councilperson Susan Peterson, who sought to table the ...

Catholic University Joins Cust's Union Hotel Plan

FLEMINGTON, NJ - Georgian Court University has signed a letter of intent to open a location in Jack Cust’s downtown improvement project – called Courthouse Square - and could be open for classes as soon as fall, 2019.

That’s what the private, Catholic university President Dr. Joseph Marbach told local business leaders at a press conference this morning. The school is based in ...

This Season, Thursday Nights Are Special in Flemington

FLEMINGTON, NJ –Holiday lights, horse drawn carriages, vintage fire truck rides, visits from Santa and the live music will take center stage in Flemington this month on Thursday nights.


“Thursday Night Holiday Lights” is a program sponsored by Flemington Community Partnership (FCP) with help from dozens of community volunteers and ...

Court Orders Flemington's Union Hotel to be Sold at Auction

FLEMINGTON, NJ – Officials here have often bemoaned the condition of the slowly deteriorating Union Hotel. When pressed for questions about what the borough might be able to do to slow or prevent its further decay, officials note that it’s privately owned by a previous would-be hotel redeveloper, complicating Borough Council’s authority to act.

But a Superior Court order ...

Alternative Plan Emerges for Flemington's Union Hotel

FLEMINGTON, NJ – Officials here are expected to consider Jack Cust’s plan to redevelop the Union Hotel and its surrounding properties on Dec. 11 and – because Cust’s Flemington Center Urban Renewal, LLC is the borough’s designated redeveloper for the project – many expect Borough Council to approve the plan.

But the plan gets a shrug from Raritan Township ...

First Look: Hunterdon's Organic Market

READINGTON, NJ – A new 25,000 square-foot all-organic farm market is expected to open here next spring.

Profeta Farms is located on the farm’s property on Route 202 south, at the corner of Summer Road.  

The market will feature freshly picked, farm-grown organic vegetables, as well as organic meat, eggs and dairy products from pigs, cows and chickens humanely pasture-raised ...

Flemington Suburu's Annual Campaign 'Shares the Love' with Hunterdon Healthcare

RARITAN TWP., NJ – Flemington Subaru, part of the Flemington Car and Truck Country Family of Brands, is proud to announce the return of Subaru of America’s Share the Love campaign. 

Beginning today and continuing through Jan. 2, 2018, with every purchase or lease of a new Subaru, customers will have the opportunity to select from a list of organizations to receive a $250 ...

Election Triggers 'Re-Set' in Flemington's Union Hotel Development Plan

FLEMINGTON, NJ – Most of the public attending Monday night’s Borough Council meeting expected a debate. After all, the agenda called for council to vote on an ordinance that would accept Jack Cust's plan to redevelop the Union Hotel and its surrounding properties.

But last week’s election ended with newcomer Betsy Driver and Michael Harris defeating council incumbents Kim ...

Institute for Supply Management to Meet at Lone Eagle

FLEMINGTON, NJ – The New Jersey affiliate of the Institute for Supply Management will hold its November dinner meeting at Lone Eagle Brewing here on Thursday, Nov. 9.

Those attending will receive an in-depth brewery tour at 6 p.m., followed by a catered dinner upstairs at 6:30  and ending with brewery co-owner Bob King presenting on the brewery supply chain at 7:30.

Admission is ...

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