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July 2, 2022

Lambertville Mayor Andrew Nowick Presents to Hunterdon County Commissioners [photo display]

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LAMBERTVILLE, NJ - During the board of education meeting June 27, South Hunterdon Regional School District (SHRSD) Superintendent Anthony Suozzo outlined the latest developments regarding the lawsuit brought by members of the West Amwell Township Committee and other residents on the ...

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WEST AMWELL, NJ - West Amwell residents will gather Tuesday at the South Hunterdon Regional High School auditorium for a second part of a planning board meeting where a cannabis cultivation application will be heard. During the planning board meeting in May, Green Medicine NJ (GMNJ) presented ...

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WEST AMWELL, NJ - On Wednesday, the razor-thin vote margin of 1,773 to 1,771 in the South Hunterdon referendum vote was upheld by Judge Michael F. O’Neill in Hunterdon County Superior Court. O’Neill sided with the defendants, the South Hunterdon Regional School District and the Hunterdon County ...

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WEST AMWELL, NJ - In a Friday ruling, the judge in Hunterdon County Superior Court upheld a decision by the Hunterdon County Board of Elections regarding the eligibility of ballots in November’s South Hunterdon Regional School District (SHRSD) referendum vote, and maintained the current vote in ...

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LAMBERTVILLE, NJ - A Ewing man was arrested and charged with terroristic threats, according to a release from the Lambertville Police Department. John O'Halloran, 72, was arrested May 23 at 6:40 p.m., and charged with making terroristic threats. A court date was set for June 1. Patrolman ...

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KINGWOOD, NJ - On May, 21 2022, a Memorial Day ceremony was held in Kingwood Township at the Veteran’s Memorial located at Kingwood Elementary School.   After spending the morning placing flags on veterans’ graves throughout the township, Mayor Maureen Syrnick, Deputy Mayor Tom Ciacciarelli and ...

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The New Hope Arts Center, Government Officials, and Board members of the organization gathered to officially unveil long-awaited renovation rendering plans by architect Ralph C. Fey.   The nonprofit facility further announced the institution’s $750,000 capital campaign launch, “Elevate ...

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The best Jewish comedians, and a dinner nosh. You'll laugh till you plotz! Saturday May 21st! Catskills on the Delaware - comes to THE BORSCHT BELT - STOCKTON, NJ  Doors Open 7pm Show: 8pm CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS MIKE EAGEN's television appearances include Caroline's Comedy Hour ...

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For this installment of TAPinto You!, Contributor Steve Chernoski interviews Amy Coss of Sojourner on Bridge Street and Bill Linderman who had run Shad Fest’s music main stage over the past couple decades. Bill is now on the operations committee of Shad Fest. Amy is chair of the Greater ...

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LAMBERTVILLE, NJ - Lambertville City Council President Julia Taylor and councilman Wardell Sanders have not filed to run in the June 2022 Democratic primary, and confirmed that they will step down from city council when their terms are up in December. “After 15 years serving the City of ...

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What Is Shad Fest 2022? This year’s Shad Fest, April 23 and April 24 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., features the region’s finest artists and crafters featuring everything – jewelry, ceramics, furniture, apparel, accessories, home décor, and more! This is a rain or shine event. New to the year are ...

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For Season 2 of the video series, "TAPInto You!," host Steve Chernoski interviews Liz Pacelli, who is the VP of the Greater Lambertville Chamber of Commerce and is the co-owner of Sister Cities Tours. Pacelli gives a preview of Shadfest 2022 including the new Locals Lane, Home & Garden Square ...

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LAMBERTVILLE, NJ - About 40 Lambertville and local residents came together to support trans rights March 31, International Transgender Day of Visibility, holding signs in support at the four corners of Bridge and Union streets during the morning and evening rush. Demonstrators displayed signs in ...

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LAMBERTVILLE, NJ - Gwenn Seemel has certainly made a few headlines in her circles. Seemel, formerly from Long Beach Island, and originally from Portland, OR, moved to Lambertville a few weeks ago with her partner. Seemel is a contemporary painter who releases her works under free ...

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LAMBERTVILLE, NJ - Several New Jersey and Pennsylvania organizations joined forces in a United for Ukraine gathering Wednesday evening, marching along the Lambertville-New Hope Free Bridge. Attendees were encouraged to wear blue and yellow, the colors of the Ukrainian flag, in support of the ...

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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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WEST AMWELL, NJ - A ruling came down March 4 on a lawsuit by residents of West Amwell versus the Hunterdon County Board of Elections, the county clerk and the South Hunterdon Regional School District. Judge Michael O’Neill, of Hunterdon County Superior Court, ruled in favor of the school board’s ...

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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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On March 1st, Lambertville resident, Shannon Ogurkis, BSN, RN, received the Daisy Award for Hunterdon Healthcare.  The award is part of the DAISY Foundation’s program to recognize the clinical skill and the compassion nurses provide to patients and families every day. Shannon received the award ...

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LAMBERTVILLE, NJ - Almost 100 people gathered at the Philip L. Pittore Justice Center Feb. 23 to listen to two cannabis business applications in front of the Lambertville City Planning Board. The meeting began unusually with planning board attorney Evan Crook cautioning members that there was ...

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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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LAMBERTVILLE, NJ - In accordance with an announcement from Gov. Phil Murphy, South Hunterdon Regional School District Superintendent Anthony Suozzo announced Monday that students, staff and visitors will no longer be required to wear masks in schools as of the middle of March. Murphy announced ...

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LAMBERTVILLE, NJ - A judge has dismissed charges that the South Hunterdon Regional Board of Education allegedly illegally used taxpayer funds to promote the recently passed referendum. On Thursday, a decision came down from Judge Michael O’Neill in Hunterdon County Superior Court accepting a ...

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LAMBERTVILLE, NJ - Ten parents met at South Hunterdon Regional High School Jan. 27 to participate in a district safety and security forum. Superintendent Anthony Suozzo began by introducing Marlon Webb of On the Mount consulting. Webb is an army reservist, law enforcement officer and chief ...

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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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LAMBERTVILLE, NJ - Mayor Andrew Nowick addressed the city Thursday in his first State of the City address, discussing the past and looking ahead to recovery for the future. Below is his address in its entirety: I’ve been thinking about this speech for a couple of weeks now. I’ve always ...

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LAMBERTVILLE, NJ - A Lambertville man has been charged with invasion of privacy and evidence tampering, according to a release from Lambertville City Police Department Lt. Robert Brown. Ryan O'Leary, 24, was charged with fourth degree invasion of privacy and fourth degree evidence ...

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