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Hillsborough Comic Makes You Laugh for a Cause

November 12, 2018

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - Johnny Lombardi, aka "Gemini," is the comedic version of a one-man band.

He can do it all – depending on his mood and the audience, Lombardi will kibitz with the crowd, fire off one-liners, dazzle with his magic or bring life to a family of sharp-tongued ventriloquist dummies.

A veteran headliner at Atlantic City’s casinos, Lombardi’s also got a ...

'Lights of Love' Returns to HMC

RARITAN TOWNSHIP, NJ – A 31-year-old Hunterdon tradition is set to return.

It’s the Lights of Love Tree Lighting ceremony, which will be held Wednesday, Dec. 5 from 4:15 to 5:15 p.m. at Hunterdon Medical Center.

HMC is located at 2100 Westcott Dr., just off Route 31 here.

The event is hosted by Hunterdon Medical Center Auxiliary, which gathers family and friends and brightens ...

Somerville: Immaculata Students Share Smart Phone Expertise with Seniors

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - A few dozen senior citizens at Centerbridge II are a lot “smarter” about their phones, thanks to an innovative program run through Immaculata’s Campus Ministry Program. 

Recently, a few Immaculata High School students, accompanied by title Rich Grieshaber, IHS coordinator of Outreach Programs, left the Somerville campus to visit the senior ...

Somerville: Adopt-A-Family Program Provides Thanksgiving Meals

SOMERVILLE, NJ - There’s still time to donate to the ninth annual Adopt-A-Family program to will help provide Thanksgiving meals for needy families. The 2018 donation form can be found at http://bit.ly/2018AdoptAFamily The postmark deadline is Nov. 17.

“We often hear that people want to help others within their own community,” said Somerset County Freeholder Patricia L.

Somerville: Cancer Patients Receive "Pink Out" Gift Bags

SOMERVILLE, NJ – In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the sixth annual Pink Out initiative, managed by the Somerset County Public Works Department, recently collected 270 comfort gift bags for donation to patients battling an illness.

The gift bags, containing both fun and practical items, were presented to patients and their caregivers at The Steeplechase Cancer Center at Robert ...

Somerville: CROP Walkers Step Up, Step Out on a Brisk Sunday to Feed the Hungry

SOMERVILLE, NJ - Bundled up against the brisk wind and 47 degree temperature, members of several Central New Jersey congregations joined together Sunday afternoon to participate in the 44th annual CROP Hunger Walk hosted by the United Reformed Church on Main Street.

Carry multi-colored balloons, members of First United Methodist Church of Somerville, North Branch Reformed Church, ...

Enterprising Hillsborough Students Ship Clothing to Villages in India

 

HILLSBOROUGH, NJ - Rohan Singh and Ritik Gupta, seniors at Hillsborough High School are helping impoverished populations in some of the most underprivileged parts of Southeast Asia by tutoring  younger students, cleaning out their closets and asking others to do the same.

Through their nonprofit charity organization “Coaching to Contribute,” Rohan and Ritik have ...

Far Hills Race Meeting Launches Pari-mutuel Betting

FAR HILLS, NJ - It's one of the major social and sporting events in New Jersey's horse country, and beyond.

The Far Hills Race Meeting, due to return to Moorland Farm this Saturday, Oct. 20, will also bring something new to the party this year, with the launch of pari-mutuel betting.

Some things never change, however. The Hunt will again draw some of the world's best ...

Somerville Church Sponsors 44th annual CROP Hunger Walk Oct. 21

SOMERVILLE, NJ - United Reformed Church, “The Church on Main Street” will sponsor the 44 th Annual CROP Hunger Walk on Sunday, Oct.  21st beginning 1:30 p.m. on Main Street in front of the church.

CROP Hunger Walks are interfaith events sponsored by Church World Services and take place in 1,500 communities across the United States and in more than 30 countries worldwide.

Somerville Agencies Seek Thanksgiving Meal Donations

SOMERVILLE, NJ -The ninth annual Adopt-A-Family program needs donors to help provide Thanksgiving meals for needy families.

The 2018 donation form can be found at http://bit.ly/2018AdoptAFamily

“We often hear that people want to help others within their own community,” said Somerset County Freeholder Patricia Walsh. “This is a perfect way for residents to earmark donations ...

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