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By TAPINTO HORSES STAFFApril 23, 2018
MILLSTONE TOWNSHIP, NJ— Some Standardbreds in imminent danger of shipping to slaughter were returned to their former owners, but others await help.
Since Friday, April 20, of the 21 horses weighed and tagged to ship for slaughter:
Mr. Mystic N was helped by his past owner, Eric Goodell, and trainer Joshua Green, and is being returned to Goodell.
Jeremy Sharky was helped by Linda ...
By BRENDA NEMCEKApril 23, 2018
WARREN, NJ - The Warren Lions Club launched its first packing event for Operation Shoebox New Jersey on Saturday at the Warren Middle School. Members of the community participated in this special event to assemble the gift packages to be sent to our troops. The cost of shipping these boxes to the troops is funded by donations from the Warren Lion’s club, other organizations, and ...
By BRENDA NEMCEKApril 22, 2018
WARREN, NJ - Prom season has started. On Friday night, the Watchung Hills Regional High School Junior Semi-Formal was held at the Pines Manor in Edison.
Promposals and preparations are done and it was time to enjoy a night of pictures, dancing, and most importantly, making memories.
For many parents, the 2018 ...
By TAPINTO SOMERVILLE STAFFApril 22, 2018
SOMERVILLE, NJ – The Immaculate Conception School hosted a “Blue Mass” Friday morning at Immaculate Conception R.C. Church to honor the men and women of law enforcement.
The mass was attended by all students and staff in the K-8th grade school, with more than 100 members of law enforcement, including Somerset County Prosecutor Michael H. Robertson.
The annual mass was also ...
By SHANNON REGANApril 22, 2018
WARREN, NJ - Did you know that horseshoe crabs have been around for 450 million years, and they consist of blue blood that contains remarkable antibacterial properties?
Life science classrooms at Warren Middle School were transformed into aquatic learning environments on Friday, April 13, thanks to some very cool sea creatures from the Wetlands Institute. Aquarist Shelby Schmeltzle, ...