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The Top Ten Weekend Events in Somerset County

February 17, 2017

WARREN, NJ - If you’re looking for something close to home to do this weekend, The Top Ten Events in Somerset County, NJ may have something for you. 

Weekend Top 10: 

1. Veteran Focused Program: More Than A Game, USGA Museum

2. Middlebrook Bus Tour, Somerset County 

3. Woodworking Show, Garden State Exhibit Center

4. Black History Celebration ...

Warren Township Committee Declares March Whole Child Month

WARREN, NJ - March is now the month of the "Whole Child" in Warren, as proclaimed by the Warren Township Committee at its meeting on Thursday, Feb. 16.

Warren Township School's Superintendent Dr. Matthew Mingle and Warren Township Board of Education president Tia Allocco received a plaque with the proclamation at the meeting from Deputy Mayor Vic Sordillo. 

The Warren ...

Somerset Patriots National Anthem Auditions Set For Saturday, March 11

February 17, 2017

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The Somerset Patriots, along with Magic 98.3 FM and WCTC 1450 AM will host National Anthem Auditions on March 11 from 12:00 Noon to 4:00  p.m. at the Bridgewater Commons Mall. 

The event will be a fundraiser designed to benefit Operation Shoebox New Jersey, an all-volunteer organization dedicated to collecting donated supplies to ship care packages to U.S.

Warren's Unique Twist on Charitable Giving

WARREN, NJ - As part of a multi-week character education project, students at Warren Middle School turned a canned food drive into an artistic tour de force.

Sixth graders first viewed the documentary “Hunger in America” last month, before discussing the importance of empathy and volunteerism. The entire school community collected approximately 1,000 cans of food, which were ...

Next Steps after Warren Township Planning Board Votes Unanimously to Recommend Redevelopment Zone for King George Inn

February 15, 2017

WARREN, NJ - In case you missed it, with a room full with supporters of the King George Inn, the Warren Township Planning Board voted, 10-0, to recommend the property be designated as a non-condemnation area in need of redevelopment at their meeting on Monday night. 

Many of the supporters wore Burger King crowns revised to say, “Save the KGI." At the time of the ...

Warren Township Planning Board Votes Unanimously to Recommend Redevelopment Zone for King George Inn

WARREN, NJ - With a room full with supporters of the King George Inn, the Warren Township Planning Board voted, 10-0, to recommend the property be designated as a non-condemnation area in need of redevelopment at their meeting on Monday night. 

Many of the supporters wore Burger King crowns revised to say, “Save the KGI." At the time of the meeting, a petition to ...

Attention Warren Commuters: Downed Trees and Wires Take Down Service on NJ Transit

WARREN, NJ - Service on NJ Transit's Morris and Essex line was shut down Monday by two separate incidents caused by high winds. 

The Gladstone branch remains suspended due to a downed catenary wire after a tree fell on power lines around 6:30 a.m. near Bernardsville station.

Service on the Morris and Essex line was restored after a tree fell ...

"Go, Dog. Go!": Warren Students Read to Therapy Dog Angus

February 20, 2017

WARREN, NJ - Angus, a 20-month-old certified therapy dog from Creature Comfort Pet Therapy in Morris Plains, visited Mount Horeb School on Friday, Feb. 3, eagerly listening to first graders read a passage from a book of their choice as part of a monthly partnership to encourage young readers.

Teacher Denise Kennedy used a PTO grant to pair the youngsters with a therapy dog ...

Warren Celebrates 100 Days of School

WARREN, NJ - Warren Township Schools marked the 100th day of school with celebrations, kindergarten students creating a traditional 100th day project and other students writing about what it might be like to be a centenarian and then dressing the part.

 

Woodland first grade teachers Anita Brower and Dorothy Stolfi welcomed ...

Next Steps after Warren Township Planning Board Votes Unanimously to Recommend Redevelopment Zone for King George Inn

February 15, 2017

WARREN, NJ - In case you missed it, with a room full with supporters of the King George Inn, the Warren Township Planning Board voted, 10-0, to recommend the property be designated as a non-condemnation area in need of redevelopment at their meeting on Monday night. 

Many of the supporters wore Burger King crowns revised to say, “Save the KGI." At the time of the ...

Warren Township Planning Board Votes Unanimously to Recommend Redevelopment Zone for King George Inn

WARREN, NJ - With a room full with supporters of the King George Inn, the Warren Township Planning Board voted, 10-0, to recommend the property be designated as a non-condemnation area in need of redevelopment at their meeting on Monday night. 

Many of the supporters wore Burger King crowns revised to say, “Save the KGI." At the time of the meeting, a petition to ...

Petition to Save Warren's King George Inn Circulates

WARREN, NJ - A petition is being circulated to "Save the King George Inn."  The cover photo for The Warren Township Community Facebook Forum now features a photo of the Inn and residents are mobilizing to attend the next meeting of the Warren Township Planning Board on Feb. 13. 

The meeting is held at 7:30 p.m. at the Municipal Court House Building on Mount Bethel Road ...

Next Steps after Warren Township Planning Board Votes Unanimously to Recommend Redevelopment Zone for King George Inn

February 15, 2017

WARREN, NJ - In case you missed it, with a room full with supporters of the King George Inn, the Warren Township Planning Board voted, 10-0, to recommend the property be designated as a non-condemnation area in need of redevelopment at their meeting on Monday night. 

Many of the supporters wore Burger King crowns revised to say, “Save the KGI." At the time of the ...

Delayed Opening in Warren: Watch for Black Ice, High Winds and Downed Trees

WARREN, NJ - Warren Township Schools and Watchung Hills Regional High School will have a delayed opening Monday due to inclement weather and poor road conditions. 

The snow is over, however freezing overnight temperatures have left roadways slick with black ice and the National Weather Service has issued a a High Wind Watch through Monday afternoon.

In Long Hill ...

Weather Service Issues Advisory for Warren for Combination of Ice and High Winds

WARREN, NJ - A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for the Warren area until noon Sunday. A coating to several inches of snow, sleet and freezing rain are expected to hit the area, according to the National Weather Service. In addition a High Wind Watch is in effect from late tonight through Monday afternoon.

At 6 a.m. Sunday, the temperature in Warren ...

Rutgers Football Players Assist at Operation Shoebox New Jersey Packing

February 18, 2017

MANVILLE, NJ  - More than 300 volunteers helped Operation Shoebox New Jersey commemorate its 12th anniversary Saturday by packing  1.200 personal care packages that will be shipped to United States military personnel stationed around the world.

Several members of the Rutgers football team came to help, as did several other groups, including the Boy Scouts, Troop 193; Girl Scouts, a ...

Warren's Unique Twist on Charitable Giving

WARREN, NJ - As part of a multi-week character education project, students at Warren Middle School turned a canned food drive into an artistic tour de force.

Sixth graders first viewed the documentary “Hunger in America” last month, before discussing the importance of empathy and volunteerism. The entire school community collected approximately 1,000 cans of food, which were ...

Next Steps after Warren Township Planning Board Votes Unanimously to Recommend Redevelopment Zone for King George Inn

February 15, 2017

WARREN, NJ - In case you missed it, with a room full with supporters of the King George Inn, the Warren Township Planning Board voted, 10-0, to recommend the property be designated as a non-condemnation area in need of redevelopment at their meeting on Monday night. 

Many of the supporters wore Burger King crowns revised to say, “Save the KGI." At the time of the ...

Warren Township Planning Board Votes Unanimously to Recommend Redevelopment Zone for King George Inn

WARREN, NJ - With a room full with supporters of the King George Inn, the Warren Township Planning Board voted, 10-0, to recommend the property be designated as a non-condemnation area in need of redevelopment at their meeting on Monday night. 

Many of the supporters wore Burger King crowns revised to say, “Save the KGI." At the time of the meeting, a petition to ...

Warren's Woodland School Students Say “Cheese” to a Healthy Heart

February 20, 2017

WARREN, NJ - Woodland School raised $650 for the American Heart Association.

Woodland School’s fifth grade Service Club and teacher Christina Beekman Brink held a “Photo Booth” fundraiser with backgrounds and props on Feb. 8-10, raising $400 for the American Heart Association.

Woodland School Nurse Harriet Stambaugh collected an additional ...

Warrenbrook Senior Center Closes in Anticipation of Storm, No Meals on Wheels

WARREN, NJ - The Warrenbrook senior center and senior centers operated by the Somerset County Office on Aging and Disability Services will be closedThursday, Feb. 9, in anticipation of Winter Storm Niko: Quail Brook, Hillsborough, Montgomery and the Senior Wellness Centers in Bernards and Bridgewater.

There will be NO Meals on Wheels deliveries on Feb.

Grow a High Yield Vegetable Garden This Season

February 17, 2017

WARREN, NJ - Spend less time and money while growing a bounty of flavorful vegetables this growing season. Increase your harvest, even in small garden spaces, with proper planning and easy care, high yielding vegetables.

A productive garden starts with a plan, but choosing the best vegetables to grow and where to plant them can be overwhelming.

You can break out the graph paper and pencils ...

Weather Causes Power Outage on Warren's East Side

WARREN, NJ - Inclement weather is the stated cause for a power outage affecting the east side of Warren on Monday, JCP&L says.

According to JCP&L at 1:30 p.m., they are awaiting dispatch with expected restoration of power to the majority of affected customers in the Wolf Hill neighborhood by Monday at 11:30 PM

The National Weather Service has issued a a ...

Delayed Opening in Warren: Watch for Black Ice, High Winds and Downed Trees

WARREN, NJ - Warren Township Schools and Watchung Hills Regional High School will have a delayed opening Monday due to inclement weather and poor road conditions. 

The snow is over, however freezing overnight temperatures have left roadways slick with black ice and the National Weather Service has issued a a High Wind Watch through Monday afternoon.

In Long Hill ...

New York Man Arrested with a Kilogram of Cocaine

February 17, 2017

NORTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – Jossie A. Lopez of New York, NY was arrested and charged with 1st degree, possession of cocaine with the intent to distribute, and 3rd degree, possession of CDS (cocaine) in North Plainfield on February 14th.  The cocaine seized has a estimated street value of $80,000, according to the Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office.

Somerset County Prosecutor ...

Online Communications with Girl, 8, Leads to Porn Charges Against Bronx Suspect

SOMERVILLE, NJ –What police describe as sexually-explicit communications on a website between an 8-year-old Franklin Township girl and a Bronx man has led to several pornography charges being filed against the suspect, 31-year-old Efrain A. Martinez of Sampson Avenue in The Bronx.

Somerset County Prosecutor Michael H. Robertson provided the following details:

Franklin Township ...

Cadillac Escalade Stolen, Two Other Vehicles Burglarized in Warren

February 14, 2017

WARREN, NJ -  Three burglaries were reported in Warren on Monday, according to a report released by the Warren Township Police on Tuesday. 

A Tall Oaks Drive resident reported the theft of a 2015 Cadillac Escalade. The investigation is ongoing, police say.

A Smoke Rise Drive resident reported a burglary of an unlocked vehicle. A pair of $100 sunglasses was taken. 

And a ...

Police Explain Low Flying Aircraft in Warren Area

 

WARREN, NJ - Don't be alarmed. 

Expect to see low flying aircraft on the east side of Warren from 4 p.m. - 11 p.m. Saturday for a deer census in the Watchung Mountains, police advised.

 

Hit and Run, Home and Car Burglary Reported in Warren

WARREN, NJ - A hit and run was reported on Wednesday and, over the weekend, a home and a car were burglarized, police said.

Charlotte Brusachi reported a hit and run accident on Mountain Boulevard near the library that occurred on Tuesday. A black SUV left the scene, according to the report.

Police responded to a residential burglary on Morning Glory Road on Feb. 4. The incident ...

Next Steps after Warren Township Planning Board Votes Unanimously to Recommend Redevelopment Zone for King George Inn

February 15, 2017

WARREN, NJ - In case you missed it, with a room full with supporters of the King George Inn, the Warren Township Planning Board voted, 10-0, to recommend the property be designated as a non-condemnation area in need of redevelopment at their meeting on Monday night. 

Many of the supporters wore Burger King crowns revised to say, “Save the KGI." At the time of the ...

Warren Township Planning Board Votes Unanimously to Recommend Redevelopment Zone for King George Inn

WARREN, NJ - With a room full with supporters of the King George Inn, the Warren Township Planning Board voted, 10-0, to recommend the property be designated as a non-condemnation area in need of redevelopment at their meeting on Monday night. 

Many of the supporters wore Burger King crowns revised to say, “Save the KGI." At the time of the meeting, a petition to ...

Petition to Save Warren's King George Inn Circulates

WARREN, NJ - A petition is being circulated to "Save the King George Inn."  The cover photo for The Warren Township Community Facebook Forum now features a photo of the Inn and residents are mobilizing to attend the next meeting of the Warren Township Planning Board on Feb. 13. 

The meeting is held at 7:30 p.m. at the Municipal Court House Building on Mount Bethel Road ...

Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom Holds Jewish, Muslim Vigil to Raise Voices in Prayer

February 17, 2017

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - With the political climate of today, and the concerns over threats of a Muslim registry and reports of hate crimes, one national group is looking to get communication going between all kinds of people - and the group held its first nationwide vigil, with one in Martinsville, Feb. 16.

The Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom held 100 vigils across the country, including one at ...

WHRHS Wrestling: Warriors Take Team Second in NJSIAA District 16; Miller Wins at 120 lbs

February 19, 2017

MILLBURN, NJ - The Watchung Hills Wrestling team took second place in the NJSIAA District 16 Wrestling tournament on Saturday at Millburn High School. The Warriors scored 179 points, just 11 points behind first place Voorhees and 69 points ahead of third place Colonia.

 

The top three wrestlers in each weight class move on to the Region 4 tournament next week at Union High School.

WHRHS Boys Basketball: Warriors Sink Timothy Christian, 70-52

PISCATAWAY, NJ - Dan Pilsbury sunk 22 points to lead Watchung Hills over Timothy Christian on Friday, 70-52.

The Warriors hit 10 unanswered points in the first quarter and took a 32-22 lead into the half. 

Steven Bressler and Gavin DeFuria both sunk 12 points each and combined for seven three-pointers, Noah Allen added nine points, Drew Taylor sunk eight, Brian Leon added ...

WHRHS Girls Basketball: Warriors Defeat Bound Brook, Advance to Somerset County Semis, 71-59

WARREN, NJ -Julia Cunningham scored 23 points and had nine rebounds, four blocks and four assists to lead Watchung Hills over Bound Brook in the quarterfinal round of the Somerset County Tournament on Thursday, 71-59.

 

After falling behind in the first period 14-13, Watchung Hills rebounded in the second to lead 32-29,and pulled away in the third, 53- ...

"Go, Dog. Go!": Warren Students Read to Therapy Dog Angus

February 20, 2017

WARREN, NJ - Angus, a 20-month-old certified therapy dog from Creature Comfort Pet Therapy in Morris Plains, visited Mount Horeb School on Friday, Feb. 3, eagerly listening to first graders read a passage from a book of their choice as part of a monthly partnership to encourage young readers.

Teacher Denise Kennedy used a PTO grant to pair the youngsters with a therapy dog ...

Warren's Woodland School Students Say “Cheese” to a Healthy Heart

WARREN, NJ - Woodland School raised $650 for the American Heart Association.

Woodland School’s fifth grade Service Club and teacher Christina Beekman Brink held a “Photo Booth” fundraiser with backgrounds and props on Feb. 8-10, raising $400 for the American Heart Association.

Woodland School Nurse Harriet Stambaugh collected an additional ...

Warren Township Committee Declares March Whole Child Month

February 16, 2017

WARREN, NJ - March is now the month of the "Whole Child" in Warren, as proclaimed by the Warren Township Committee at its meeting on Thursday, Feb. 16.

Warren Township School's Superintendent Dr. Matthew Mingle and Warren Township Board of Education president Tia Allocco received a plaque with the proclamation at the meeting from Deputy Mayor Vic Sordillo. 

The Warren ...

Warren's Unique Twist on Charitable Giving

WARREN, NJ - As part of a multi-week character education project, students at Warren Middle School turned a canned food drive into an artistic tour de force.

Sixth graders first viewed the documentary “Hunger in America” last month, before discussing the importance of empathy and volunteerism. The entire school community collected approximately 1,000 cans of food, which were ...

WHRHS Wrestling: Warriors Take Team Second in NJSIAA District 16; Miller Wins at 120 lbs

February 19, 2017

MILLBURN, NJ - The Watchung Hills Wrestling team took second place in the NJSIAA District 16 Wrestling tournament on Saturday at Millburn High School. The Warriors scored 179 points, just 11 points behind first place Voorhees and 69 points ahead of third place Colonia.

 

The top three wrestlers in each weight class move on to the Region 4 tournament next week at Union High School.

WHRHS Boys Basketball: Warriors Sink Timothy Christian, 70-52

PISCATAWAY, NJ - Dan Pilsbury sunk 22 points to lead Watchung Hills over Timothy Christian on Friday, 70-52.

The Warriors hit 10 unanswered points in the first quarter and took a 32-22 lead into the half. 

Steven Bressler and Gavin DeFuria both sunk 12 points each and combined for seven three-pointers, Noah Allen added nine points, Drew Taylor sunk eight, Brian Leon added ...

WHRHS Girls Basketball: Warriors Defeat Bound Brook, Advance to Somerset County Semis, 71-59

WARREN, NJ -Julia Cunningham scored 23 points and had nine rebounds, four blocks and four assists to lead Watchung Hills over Bound Brook in the quarterfinal round of the Somerset County Tournament on Thursday, 71-59.

 

After falling behind in the first period 14-13, Watchung Hills rebounded in the second to lead 32-29,and pulled away in the third, 53- ...

Sea Turtle Recovery Center Officially Opens at Turtle Back Zoo

February 18, 2017

WEST ORANGE, NJ – On Friday, Feb. 10, Essex County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo, Jr. opened the Prudential Sea Turtle Recovery Center at Essex County's Turtle Back Zoo.

Essex County is partnering with the non-profit Sea Turtle Recovery to operate the facility, which will nurse cold-stunned or injured turtles back to health so they can be released back into ...

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Cadet Capt. Patrick Jackson accepts Cadet Command of Lone Eagle, CAP

February 20, 2017

Cadet Capt. Patrick Jackson accepted Cadet Command of the Lone Eagle Composite Squadron, Civil Air Patrol (CAP), from  Cadet Capt Brendan Hennessey Rose at a February 8 ceremony at the Scout Cabin, Peapack-Gladstone, NJ. Cadet Capt. Brendan Hennessey Rose, of  Basking Ridge, was thanked for his previous service as Cadet Commander and will continue as Cadet Advisor.

It’s a wrap for Moms Helping Moms 3rd Annual Snow Ball

The Moms Helping Moms Foundation held its 3rd Annual Snow Ball Gala on Saturday, January 28th at the Shackamaxon Country Club in Scotch Plains, NJ.  Moms Helping Moms provides low income families with baby essentials like diapers, wipes, and clothing.  The Foundation partners with social workers and other local organizations in New Jersey to assist thousands of ...

Shopfunding for a Cause. This week's spotlight: Jenny’s Hope Rescue

Jenny’s Hope Rescue was founded in honor of Jenny, an adopted adult puppy mill rescue dog. As a puppy mill pup, bred over and over again, her health was precarious.  Her owners knew Jenny was very sick, but there was a great chance of survival and a very happy life filled with the love she never knew. With some care, dollars spent, and lots of love, Jenny lived a healthy, wonderful ...

Obituaries

Peter S. Piro, Sr., 72, of South Plainfield passed away on Sunday, January 19, 2014 at Robert Wood ...
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PEAPACK NJ - Memorial arrangements have been announced for the late Bedminster Police Chief Meyer.
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WARREN, NJ -  Mildred Grace Tagman, age 44, died on Thursday, October 29, at Newark Beth ...
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Jack Cooper, of Edison, formerly of Woodbridge and North Brunswick, died July 12, 2015, at the New ...
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David C. Bird, who went missing on January 11, 2014, after going for a walk near his home in ...
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Weather Causes Power Outage on Warren's East Side

February 13, 2017

WARREN, NJ - Inclement weather is the stated cause for a power outage affecting the east side of Warren on Monday, JCP&L says.

According to JCP&L at 1:30 p.m., they are awaiting dispatch with expected restoration of power to the majority of affected customers in the Wolf Hill neighborhood by Monday at 11:30 PM

The National Weather Service has issued a a ...

Warren Municipal Offices Close for Move to new Town Hall

WARREN, NJ - The new Warren Town Hall opens for employees on Monday, Feb. 13,  however, it will be closed to the public Monday and Tuesday in order to allow staff to unpack boxes that were transported from the old Municipal Building by the moving company over the weekend .

The new building will open to the public on Wednesday, February 15, at 8:30 ...

Warrenbrook Senior Center Closes in Anticipation of Storm, No Meals on Wheels

WARREN, NJ - The Warrenbrook senior center and senior centers operated by the Somerset County Office on Aging and Disability Services will be closedThursday, Feb. 9, in anticipation of Winter Storm Niko: Quail Brook, Hillsborough, Montgomery and the Senior Wellness Centers in Bernards and Bridgewater.

There will be NO Meals on Wheels deliveries on Feb.

Rutgers Football Players Assist at Operation Shoebox New Jersey Packing

February 18, 2017

MANVILLE, NJ  - More than 300 volunteers helped Operation Shoebox New Jersey commemorate its 12th anniversary Saturday by packing  1.200 personal care packages that will be shipped to United States military personnel stationed around the world.

Several members of the Rutgers football team came to help, as did several other groups, including the Boy Scouts, Troop 193; Girl Scouts, a ...

New York Man Arrested with a Kilogram of Cocaine

NORTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – Jossie A. Lopez of New York, NY was arrested and charged with 1st degree, possession of cocaine with the intent to distribute, and 3rd degree, possession of CDS (cocaine) in North Plainfield on February 14th.  The cocaine seized has a estimated street value of $80,000, according to the Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office.

Somerset County Prosecutor ...

The Top Ten Weekend Events in Somerset County

WARREN, NJ - If you’re looking for something close to home to do this weekend, The Top Ten Events in Somerset County, NJ may have something for you. 

Weekend Top 10: 

1. Veteran Focused Program: More Than A Game, USGA Museum

2. Middlebrook Bus Tour, Somerset County 

3. Woodworking Show, Garden State Exhibit Center

4. Black History Celebration ...

NJ DOT Gets Green Light to Complete Route 206 Bypass

HILLSBOROUGH, NJ – He’s got the land; he’s got the design; he’s got the necessary permits – and finally, he’s got the money - $50M or more.

He’s ready to go.

George Worth, Project Manager of the stalled Route 206 Bypass project for the NJ Department of Transportation, met with residents at the municipal building Wednesday to answer questions and ...

Fred's Beach Haven Diner Reopens Tomorrow for Breakfast and Lunch

February 17, 2017

BEACH HAVEN, NJ - Fred's Beach Haven Diner, located at 305 North Bay Avenue in Beach Haven, will reopen tomorrow, February 17, for breakfast and lunch from 6:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

The diner will only be open on Friday, Saturday, and Sundays through the end of March.

Monday February 20, it will also be open for President's Day. 

Starting in April, Fred's will be open 7 days ...

"Go, Dog. Go!": Warren Students Read to Therapy Dog Angus

February 20, 2017

WARREN, NJ - Angus, a 20-month-old certified therapy dog from Creature Comfort Pet Therapy in Morris Plains, visited Mount Horeb School on Friday, Feb. 3, eagerly listening to first graders read a passage from a book of their choice as part of a monthly partnership to encourage young readers.

Teacher Denise Kennedy used a PTO grant to pair the youngsters with a therapy dog ...

Registration Opens for Warren's Summer Fun; New for 2017 Register and Pay Online

WARREN, NJ - Registration is open for Summer Fun at Warren Township Schools, and new this year, registration can be done online and credit cards are accepted.

Summer Fun is a school district-hosted summer program through which children can attend remedial classes and enrichment classes. The program will be held this year at Angelo L. Tomaso School, located at 46 Washington ...

‘Shipwrecked’ Rollicks Along at Dreamcatcher Theatre

SUMMIT, NJ – You may be in for a high seas adventure if you visit “Shipwrecked! An Entertainment, The Amazing Adventures of Louis de Rougemont (as Told by Himself).”

This 90-minute play by Donald Margulies has plenty to keep you entranced. Margulies has won just about every theatre award possible for such plays as “Time Stands Still” and “Dinner with ...

The Ripper's Time by Mark R. Vogel

The Ripper's Time by Mark R. Vogel (CreateSpace Independent Publishing, 2016)

 

What if we could turn the clock back to 1888, knowing what we know about profiling the characters of serial killers, DNA evidence, analysis of fibers left behind at a crime scene, and lifting fingerprints from surfaces that once were deemed impossible to obtain? Would we be able to identify capture, and ...