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Warren Township Committee Appoints Mayor and Deputy Mayor for 2018

January 6, 2018

WARREN, NJ - Warren Township has a new mayor and deputy mayor for 2018. Mayor Carolann Garafola nominated longtime township Committeeman Victor Sordillo for mayor and chairperson of the township committee and Sordillo nominated Gary DiNardo  for the position of deputy mayor and vice chairperson of the township committee at the committee’s Thursday, Jan. 4 reorganization ...

Former Somerville Mayor Takes Oath as County Freeholder; Governor-Elect Swears In Peter as County Clerk

SOMERVILLE, NJ – Brian Gallagher, former mayor of Somerville, was sworn to a three-year term as a Somerset County Freeholder during the board’s annual Reorganization meeting Friday at the historic Somerset County Courthouse.

Democrat Steve Peter, former Somerville Borough Council president, was sworn in to a five-year term as Somerset County Clerk by fellow Democrat and ...

Delayed Opening in Warren, Watchung Hills District and North Plainfield: Watch for Black Ice, High Winds and Downed Trees

WARREN, NJ - Warren Township, Green Brook, Long Hill, Watchung, and Watchung Hills Regional High School have all made the call to have a delayed opening Friday, due to inclement weather and poor road conditions. 

North Plainfield Schools also have a delayed opening. All schools will open at 10 a.m.

In Warren the schedule is as follows:
ALT 10:10 ...

More Road Closures in Warren, Green Brook and Surrounding Area, Conditions Worsening, Meetings Cancelled

WARREN, NJ - Weather conditions have closed some more roads as a blizzard is hitting our area and conditions are deteriorating. The Watchung Hills Board of Education meeting has been cancelled. The Watchung Boro council reorganization meeting scheduled for Jan 4 is postponed until noon Sat Jan. 6 at Boro Hall 

As of 1 p.m. the scheduled meeting of the Warren Township ...

Winter Storm Closes Roads, More Closures and Delays

WARREN, NJ - Weather conditions have closed some roads in the area and necessitated other closures and delays as a blizzard is hitting our area.

Hillcrest Road, Washington Avenue and Warrenville Road are closed due to weather conditions until further notice, police advised.

A blizzard warning remains in effect until 7 p.m. Thursday along the Jersey shore and for portions of ...

It's Official: Closings, Cancellations and Delays for Snow Day in Warren and Watchung Hills Sending District

WARREN, NJ - Warren Township, Green Brook, Long Hill, Watchung, and Watchung Hills Regional High School have all made the call to cancel school and all after school activities on Thursday, Jan. 4.

The Watchung Hills Board of Education meeting will be held as scheduled at  7 p.m. 

All 10 Somerset County Library branches will be closed until 1 p.m. due to weather. Stay safe at home ...

Warren Prepares for Winter Storm and Possible Bomb Cyclone

WARREN, NJ - A winter storm warning is in effect for our area and most of New Jersey and parts of New York and Connecticut, the National Weather Service advised on Wednesday. 

Snow is expected to start late Wednesday evening and continue on Thursday. Projected snow totals are variable depending on how the system moves, but up to a foot of snow or more is ...

NJ Governor-Elect Phil Murphy Visits Somerville for Jan. 5 Somerset County Freeholders Reorganization

SOMERVILLE, NJ - New Jersey Governor-elect Phil Murphy will attend the Jan. 5 Somerset County Freeholders reorganization meeting for the ceremonial swearing-in of Somerset County Clerk Steve Peter.

The meeting begins at 3 p.m. Friday, Jan. 5 in the historic Somerset County Courthouse, 35 East Main St.

Peter, a borough resident and former president of the Somerville Borough Council, was ...

Warren’s Year in Review: A Look Back at the Top Stories of 2017

WARREN, NJ -  From accolades for Warren Township and Watchung Hills to saying goodbye to friends and continuing to search for the missing, as we close the chapter on 2017, take a look back at the top stories of the year:

 

A Life Saved in Warren: Board Recognizes Two WHRHS Students for Saving a ...

Sheriff Extends Thanks for Toy Donations

SOMERVILLE, NJ – The Somerset County Sheriff’s Office recently collected toys on behalf of the ninth annual “Toys for Tots” campaign. 

“I am overjoyed by the response of our county residents, workers and businesses that opened their hearts to support this year’s “Toys for Tots” collection,” said Sheriff Frank J. Provenzano.  ...

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