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North County News

May 6, 2022

Chants of "My Body, My Choice" were heard over the pounding rain hitting the sidewalk in front of the historic courthouse on Main Street in Flemington late Friday afternoon, as more than seventy students --mostly from Hunterdon Central--- expressed their outrage at the possibility of the 1973 ...

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HUNTERDON COUNTY, NJ - North Hunterdon High School junior Aasha Page was selected to be a New Jersey Governor’s School in the Sciences scholar, one of the most prestigious summer programs for high schoolers in the state. To apply, an individual must be nominated by the high school based on such ...

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“We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we're curious, and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.” Walt Disney If you're looking around at recent Chamber meetings, there may be some new business owners' faces around the room. It's another part of the ...

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Hunterdon Walk In Covid-19 Test Clinic Now Open Located at the Hunterdon Shopping Center 39 Reaville Avenue, Flemington Hunterdon County’s Health Department, in conjunction with Vault Medical Services, is providing a walk in, no appointment necessary, free Covid-19 test clinic at the Hunterdon ...

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This Saturday, March 5th the ACME Screening Room in Lambertville wiil be presenting the documentary film "JULIA SCOTTI: FUNNY THAT WAY", along with a performance by comedian Julia Scotti herself after the film showing, followed by a Q & A panel, with Julia and director Susan Sandler. Ms.

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We have all heard stories about hazing at the hands of fraternities and sororities. Some of us have even experienced such while attending college. This conduct, however, not only affects college-age students but students of all ages, such as those who are part of sports teams or those who are ...

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Cohabitation in New Jersey can be complex and very fact-sensitive.  Our webpage on this subject contains helpful information, articles, and references.  We have also blogged extensively on this issue. Because the law can be ever changing, it is important to be aware of recent developments in ...

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Estate Planning for Blended Families Many families include children from prior spousal relationships. During the lifetimes of both spouses, joint decisions can easily be made regarding family finances that are fair to all concerned. However, issues can arise when one spouse passes away leaving a ...

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Hunterdon Walk In Covid-19 Test Clinic Opens At Noon February 3rd Located at the Hunterdon Shopping Center 39 Reaville Avenue, Flemington Hunterdon County’s Health Department, in conjunction with Vault Medical Services, is providing a walk in, no appointment necessary, free Covid-19 test ...

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Divorce can be very expensive.  It can also be somewhat inexpensive.  While this may seem contrary to my own interests as a divorce attorney, I never want to see a client stuck in a divorce situation that is costing both parties a fortune in attorney’s fees.  Although I believe that experienced ...

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HUNTERDON COUNTY, NJ - The Hunterdon County Vocational School District (Hunterdon Polytech) is set to apply for additional State of New Jersey funding under round 2 of the Secure Our Children’s Future Bond Act, and the Board of County Commissioners recently provided their backing with approval of a ...

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As early as the 1960’s, the New Jersey Supreme Court determined that a public employee's disciplinary history “may be resorted to for guidance in determining the appropriate penalty for the current specific offense.” West New York v. Bock, 38 N.J. 500, 523 (1962).  Progressive discipline may be ...

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Two Delaware Valley High School students have earned the Joy Prescott Humanitarian Award for their commitment to diversity, inclusivity and the pursuit of social justice. They are Rin Gatley, a sophomore from Holland Township, and Hunter Leeds, a senior from Alexandria Township. The award comes ...

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ALEXANDRIA TWP, NJ - The Alexandria Township Committee accepted the land use boards’ recommendation at a joint meeting and unanimously passed a resolution to prohibit medicinal and recreational cannabis facilities in all zoning districts. The resolution has finally shut down a controversial ...

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Speed Skater Kimi Goetz made the very exciting announcement on her Facebook page after her first day of try-outs for the United States Olympics Team: "I’m going to the OLYMPICS!"  Goetz is competing in the Olympic trials in Milwaukee, and her dream of qualifying for a spot on the US Team for ...

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Terra Edenhart-Pepe and Lance Loethen of Stockton are the proud parents of Callum Michael Loethen who was born at 12:09 AM on January 2, 2022 at Hunterdon Medical Center.  Lance Loethen is a Principal at Tract Advisors and Senior Consultant at CDFI Friendly America. Terra Edenhart-Pepe is a GIS ...

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Happy New Year! 2022 Here are eight bits of wisdom my father shared with a note on a New Year’s Day many years ago  (1) Always keep your sense of humor. My dad told great stories, always with a great deal of enthusiasm and joy. The stories were sometimes funny, sometimes moving. He was ...

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HUNTERDON COUNTY, NJ - The Hunterdon County Board of County Commissioners will hold a public hearing Tuesday for the allocation of $5 million to the construction of a new building for the County Vocational School District (Polytech Career & Technical school), on the campus at North Hunterdon ...

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ALEXANDRIA TOWNSHIP, NJ - Over 50 Alexandria Township residents spoke out at Thursday’s land use board meeting against the proposal to build a marijuana cultivation and processing facility on preserved farmland. Although the Land Use Board is considering moving the facility proposed by Altus New ...

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HUNTERDON COUNTY, NJ – The county commissioners approved an economic development grant of $17,000 for Lebanon Borough to cover a majority of costs for engaging a consultant to modernize the borough’s land use ordinances and zoning. With the county grant funding, Lebanon Borough also seeks to ...

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Starting Monday, December 6th, and weekly on Mondays thereafter, the law firm of  Gebhardt & Kiefer, P.C. will be sponsoring the TAPinto section of "Your Law 24/7". Their attorneys will be providing interesting articles filled with important information about law that impacts your life, ...

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In tribute to my dad on Veterans Day, 2021 I share this column. Thank a veteran today. “What did you do in the war, Dad?” That was the question that Miss Connor, my 4th-grade teacher at PS 277 in Brooklyn wanted each kid in our class to ask his/her dad. We had an entire sheet of questions ...

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Flemington Car & Truck Country served the Hunterdon community with "Trunk or Treat" on Halloween. Congratulations to Flemington Subaru the winner of their Halloween Trunk or Treat Contest!  Stop by New Jersey’s Flemington Car & Truck Country Family of Brands today, the leading place to ...

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The Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce is immersed in preparations for their virtual 33rd Business Expo.  The EXPO is set to go virtual on Monday, November 1st and will run through December 31st. The Chamber and businesses and non-profits will produce two-minute-long videos for “Virtual ...

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EAST AMWELL TWP. — Some go for the 4-H animal shows. Others rush to the amusement rides, the Main Stage to see musical acts or the tractor pulls. But for many, the prime reason to attend the Hunterdon County 4-H and Agricultural Fair is the food. As we frequently say, one goes not go to the fair ...

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The Hunterdon County 4-H & Agricultural Fair will take place August 25th through August 29th. For information, schedule and features click here.  The Hunterdon County 4-H and Agricultural Fair will be following any and all current State guidelines pertaining to Covid 19, Click Here to View ...

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The Hunterdon County 4-H and Agricultural Fair will take place from August 25th through August 29th. Click here for information. 

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EAST AMWELL TWP. – Many people took up gardening when the Covid-19 pandemic struck, to give them both an outside but safe activity and produce to eat, when some foods became scarce. Those new gardeners as well as old pros can exhibit their best at the Hunterdon County 4-H and Agricultural Fair, ...

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EAST AMWELL TWP. — The Flemington Speedway Historical Society will once again have a tent full of race cars and memorabilia in their exhibit at the Hunterdon County 4-H & Agricultural Fair, which will be held Wednesday through Sunday, August 25th-29th at the Roger K. Everitt (South County ...

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