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Crackdown on Underage Drinking at Far Hills Races, Somerset County Prosecutor Warns

October 18, 2018

FAR HILLS, NJ – Right before the Far Hill Race Meeting returns this Saturday for another full day of horse racing, partying, and fundraising at Moorland Farm here, the Somerset County Prosecutor's Office has issued a warning that law enforcement authorities and the transit system will again arrest underage consumers of alcohol.  

"In a continued effort to ...

Bernardsville Train Station Lot to Close for 2 Days for Paving

BERNARDSVILLE, NJ - The Bernardsville Train Station parking lot will be closed to all vehicular traffic on Monday, Oct. 29 and Tuesday, Oct. 30  in order to mill and pave the parking lot. All vehicles must be out of the lot by midnight, Sunday, Oct. 28.

The lot will be reopened the evening of Oct. 30.

NJ Transit's scheduled service will remain uninterrupted during this repair ...

Bernardsville Pedestrian Safety Campaign Under Way Downtown

BERNARDSVILLE, NJ - Bernardsville has launched a Street Smart pedestrian safety campaign  this week in the downtown area. 

“This campaign is very important because Bernardsville is a walkable community and one that takes the safety of residents seriously,” Bernardsville Mayor Kevin Sooy said. 

There were 46 crashes in Bernardsville involving cyclists and/or ...

'Donut Boy' Thanks Police for Service to Community

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - Florida 10-year-old Tyler Carach has made it his mission to thank every police officer in the United States for their service and bring them donuts – and his journey took him to Bridgewater this week.

On Sunday, Carach, dubbed “Donut Boy,” visited with Bridgewater Police Chief Al Nicaretta and his officers – as well as a few from Manville, Bedminster ...

Bernardsville Man Surrenders After 3.5-Hour Standoff with Police

BERNARDSVILLE, N.J. - An armed, 28-year-old Bernardsville man surrendered to police Thursday after a standoff that lasted for 3 1/2 hours.

Chief of County Detectives John W. Fodor and Bernardsville Chief of Police Kevin Valentine announced that an approximately 3 ½ hour standoff ended peacefully after a 28-year old Bernardsville resident surrendered to police.
According to Somerset ...

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