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Hillsborough HS Teacher Publishes Fellowship Project

December 13, 2018

HILLSBOROUGH, NJ -- “American Painting, Poetry, Progress, and Prose in the Nineteenth Century” by Hillsborough High School Social Studies teacher Robert Fenster has been published.

The project is the culmination of research following his month-long Reese Teacher Fellowship at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, AK.

Fenster was awarded the prestigious and ...

Somerville HS Choir Hosts Choral Concert at United Reformed Church Dec. 14

SOMERVILLE, NJ - “The Somerville Caroling Festival,” sponsored by the Somerville and Ridge High School Music Departments and featuring the choirs of several local high schools will take place on Friday, Dec, 14th at 4 p.m. in the 600-seat sanctuary of United Reformed Church,100 W Main St.

Choirs from Somerville High School, Mount Saint Mary Academy, Hunterdon Central High ...

Bill Would Create NJ Innovation Portal for Students, Researchers

TRENTON, NJ – Aiming to make New Jersey’s technology and innovation resources more readily available and easily accessible for college students, a bill creating the New Jersey Technology Innovation Portal has cleared the Assembly Science, Innovation and Technology Committee. 

            “There is a sense of ...

Dictionaries Donated by Hillsborough Rotary Help Manville Third-Graders to Define Meaning of Charity

MANVILLE, NJ - Continuing with one of its longest running annual traditions, members of the Rotary Club of Hillsborough distributed free dictionaries to Manville’s third-graders at the Roosevelt School  on Friday, Dec. 7, ensuring that all Hillsborough and Manville children will have easy access to a tool that will serve them well throughout their academic careers.

The Rotarians ...

Somerville School Superintendent: No Threats Credible

SOMERVILLE, NJ - A nerve-wracking week filled with false rumors that had the entire Somerville High School community on edge has ended, with Superintendent of Schools Dr. Tim Teehan once again reaching out to students, teachers and parents to reassure them that all threats of violence have been investigated and that there is no credible evidence to back up the threats.

Somerville Police and ...

Rumors Persist, Somerville Police, School Officials Reassure Nervous Students, Parents

SOMERVILLE, NJ - Schools Supt. Dr. Timothy Teehan continues to battle rumors while trying to ease the concerns of students, parents and staff regarding threats of violence that have been directed at individual students and Somerville High School by phone and online social media platforms over the past week.

Somerville Police have deemed the rumors unfounded, according to Teehan.

Teehan sent ...

Robert Wise Re-elected Chair of RVCC Board of Trustees

BRANCHBURG, NJ - Robert P. Wise of Clinton Township has been re-elected chair of the Raritan Valley Community College Board of Trustees. The Chair was re-elected to a one-year term during the Board’s reorganization meeting, held Dec, 4.

Caren Bateman of Readington was chosen to continue serving as the vice chair from Hunterdon County, and Tracy DiFrancesco Zaikov of Watchung was chosen ...

Hillsborough College Student Recognized for Emergency Assistance

EAST STROUDSBURG, PA.-- Several students from East Stroudsburg University, including Alyssa Rogusky, a public health major from Hillsborough, N.J.; have been recognized by the University's Council of Trustees for their quick action to provide both CPR and AED intervention to an individual who experienced sudden cardiac arrest during a workout in the Mattioli Recreation Center on Sept.

Update: Somerville Schools Superintendent Provides Timeline of Phone Calls, Instagram Messages

SOMERVILLE, NJ - Superintendent of Schools Dr. Timothy Teehan has released the following update and timeline concerning the phone calls and Instagram messages received by some Somerville High School students over the weekend and on Monday:

The Somerset County Prosecutor's Office and Somerville Police Department are conducting an investigation into the incidents

Dear Staff, Students, ...

Threatening Phone Calls, Instagram Posts Target Somerville HS Students


SOMERVILLE, NJ – The Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office and borough police detectives are investigating a series of phone calls and Instagram posts received by Somerville High School students over the weekend that threatened each of them with bodily harm.

“It’s an active investigation,” said Somerset County Prosecutor Michael H. Robertson.

Somerville ...


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