ACG New York Women of Leadership Summit

The ACG New York Women of Leadership together with ACG Connecticut, ACG Philadelphia and ACG New Jersey will bring together women in the middle market deal-making community for a day focused on networking and knowledge sharing. In it's fourth year, The Summit will focus on a variety of key issues influencing current markets and offer the perspectives of women leaders about how to be positioned for future success. After a content packed afternoon beginning with a keynote luncheon and a series of breakout panels, the program will end with an evening networking cocktail reception.

As ACG WOL prides itself on being the premier forum for women finance professionals, the Summit is designed as the must attend event to take the pulse on what to expect in 2016. We expect 200+ women finance professionals in attendance. 

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DATE: January 19, 2017
TIME: 12:00pm to 6:00pm
LOCATION: Convene Midtown East, 730 Third Avenue, NYC

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Thu, January 19
12:00 pm — 6:00 pm
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The ACG New York Women of Leadership together with ACG Connecticut, ACG Philadelphia and ACG New Jersey will bring together women in the middle market deal-making community for a day focused on networking and knowledge sharing. In it's fourth year, The Summit will focus on a variety of key issues influencing current markets and offer the perspectives of women leaders about how to be ...

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Franklin Township Weekly Police Blotter

April 13, 2017

Post Date: 04/13/2017 5:00 PM

Franklin Township Weekly Police Blotter - 04/05/2017-04/11/2017

04/05/2017

Criminal Mischief:  A Business on Arlington Avenue reported that during the overnight hours, an unknown suspect spray painted the gate to the business ($50) and spray painted a vehicle in the parking lot ($600).

Burglary/Theft:  A Business on Easton Avenue reported that ...

Raritan Township Employee Quits After Car Dealer Kalafer Complains

April 17, 2017

RARITAN TWP., NJ – The township’s Zoning and Property Maintenance inspector quit his job after Flemington Car & Truck Country’s founder and Chairman Steve Kalafer complained that the inspector threatened his automobile dealership chain with fines for alleged zoning violations.

Michael Pessolano wrote that the company could be fined for the allegations, which include ...

South Brunswick Files Suit To Vacate Judge’s Affordable Housing Rulings

SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ – The township is suing retired Middlesex County Superior Court Judge Douglas Wolfson to throw out his affordable housing rulings last year that could bring almost 3,000 Council On Affordable Housing (COAH) units to the municipality.

According to the 67-page complaint filed on March 28, the township seeks Wolfson’s rulings and opinions vacated due to his ...

Raritan Township Employee Quits After Car Dealer Kalafer Complains

April 17, 2017

RARITAN TWP., NJ – The township’s Zoning and Property Maintenance inspector quit his job after Flemington Car & Truck Country’s founder and Chairman Steve Kalafer complained that the inspector threatened his automobile dealership chain with fines for alleged zoning violations.

Michael Pessolano wrote that the company could be fined for the allegations, which include ...

South Brunswick Files Suit To Vacate Judge’s Affordable Housing Rulings

SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ – The township is suing retired Middlesex County Superior Court Judge Douglas Wolfson to throw out his affordable housing rulings last year that could bring almost 3,000 Council On Affordable Housing (COAH) units to the municipality.

According to the 67-page complaint filed on March 28, the township seeks Wolfson’s rulings and opinions vacated due to his ...

Murdered Woman Identifed as Mother of Stabbing Suspect

April 20, 2017

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The homicide victim in Monday's stabbing in a home on Washington Valley Road in Martinsville has been identified as Helen Litwornia, according to Somerset County Prosecutor Michael Robertson.

Robertson said the 61-year-old victim was the mother of defendant Michael Litwornia.

According to Robertson, an autopsy was performed by the New Jersey Northern Regional ...

Somerset Sheriff's Office Arrests 31 Parents Owing $433,714 in Child Support

 

 

SOMERVILLE, NJ  – A three-day sweep of individuals charged with being delinquent in making child-support payments led to the arrest of 31 parents owing a total of $433,714, according to Somerset County Sheriff Frank J. Provenzano.

The operation involved more than 34 Sheriff's Officers, operating in teams, who served outstanding warrants and made ...

Franklin Township: 'Buy One, Bring One Fridays' Food Drive - April 21

SOMERSET, NJ - Freeholder Patricia Walsh announced residents wishing to donate food for Somerset County families and individuals in need can do so this Friday at the Franklin Township Municipal building. 

“There are many people here in Somerset County, including children, who go to bed hungry,” Freeholder Walsh said in an announcement. “You can help by donating to ...

Murdered Woman Identifed as Mother of Stabbing Suspect

April 20, 2017

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The homicide victim in Monday's stabbing in a home on Washington Valley Road in Martinsville has been identified as Helen Litwornia, according to Somerset County Prosecutor Michael Robertson.

Robertson said the 61-year-old victim was the mother of defendant Michael Litwornia.

According to Robertson, an autopsy was performed by the New Jersey Northern Regional ...

Somerset Sheriff's Office Arrests 31 Parents Owing $433,714 in Child Support

 

 

SOMERVILLE, NJ  – A three-day sweep of individuals charged with being delinquent in making child-support payments led to the arrest of 31 parents owing a total of $433,714, according to Somerset County Sheriff Frank J. Provenzano.

The operation involved more than 34 Sheriff's Officers, operating in teams, who served outstanding warrants and made ...

Raritan Township Employee Quits After Car Dealer Kalafer Complains

April 17, 2017

RARITAN TWP., NJ – The township’s Zoning and Property Maintenance inspector quit his job after Flemington Car & Truck Country’s founder and Chairman Steve Kalafer complained that the inspector threatened his automobile dealership chain with fines for alleged zoning violations.

Michael Pessolano wrote that the company could be fined for the allegations, which include ...