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Business Alliance Of Franklin Township Debuts At Hand & Stone Event

Business Alliance Of Franklin Township Debuts At Hand & Stone Event

The nascent Business Alliance of Franklin Township was introduced June 14 at a wine and cheese event hosted by Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa in the Crossroads at Somerset center on Elizabeth Avenue. The event was attended by township business owners and others, who were treated to chair massages, skin analyses and raffles. […]

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Unity Bank’s James Hughes Elected To Trade Organization Board

Unity Bank’s James Hughes Elected To Trade Organization Board

Submitted by Unity Bank. Unity Bank President and CEO James A. Hughes has been elected to the Federal Delegate Board of the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA), which represents nearly 6,000 community banks nationally. “I am honored to be elected the New Jersey delegate to ICBA,” Hughes said. “It gives me a chance to […]

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NMR Natural Medicine & Rehabilitation Opens Franklin Practice

NMR Natural Medicine & Rehabilitation Opens Franklin Practice

  NMR Natural Medicine & Rehabilitation, a medical practice dedicated to alleviating pain with non-invasive methods, held the grand opening of its office at 399 Campus Drive on May 18. Founded by Drs. Vince Sferra, Arun Kandra and Jeremy Cohen, the practice’s philosophy “is based on utilizing non-narcotic options and creating an awareness that there […]

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Lupin Celebrates Opening Of First U.S. Manufacturing Plant

Lupin Celebrates Opening Of First U.S. Manufacturing Plant

An India-based manufacturer of generic pharmaceuticals on May 9 celebrated the opening of its first U.S. manufacturing plant, which happens to be located in the township. Lupin Limited leadership and staff gathered outside the company’s Campus Drive facility to witness a ribbon-cutting and hear comments from the company’s president and CEO, as well as U.S. […]

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Unity Bank Donates $2,500 To Adult Day Center Of Somerset County

Unity Bank Donates $2,500 To Adult Day Center Of Somerset County

Submitted by Unity Bank. Unity Bank recently donated $2,500 to the Adult Day Center (ADC) of Somerset County to underwrite the expenses of its Caregiver Support Group. The donation will underwrite operational expenses for the support group, which has been part of ADC programming for 18 years. “Unity Bank is committed to supporting vital community […]

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Pierce Street Bagel Cafe Is A Family Affair

Pierce Street Bagel Cafe Is A Family Affair

It’s all about family for Barbara Sabani, the owner of the new Pierce Street Bagel Cafe in the Shoppes at Pierce Street. Family helped her decide to offer bagels, family helps her out in the cafe, and her family heritage will soon play a part in her overall menu. “I’ve always taken care of people […]

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Flemington Subaru, Hunterdon Healthcare Partner In ‘Subaru Share the Love!’ Campaign

Flemington Subaru, Hunterdon Healthcare Partner In ‘Subaru Share the Love!’ Campaign

Submitted by Flemington Car and Truck Country. Flemington – Flemington Subaru, proud member of the Flemington Car and Truck Country Family of Brands, announced today the results of its 2016/2017 Subaru Share the Love Campaign which raised money for national charities as well as a designated “hometown charity.” Tim Morley, General Manager of Flemington Subaru; […]

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Garden State Exhibit Center Closing, 6th Ave. Electronics Plans To Move In

Garden State Exhibit Center Closing, 6th Ave. Electronics Plans To Move In

The Garden State Exhibit and Convention Center on Atrium Drive will soon close its doors, but the building will not be vacant for long. The online retail store 6th Avenue Electronics will purchase the building and plans to move its Schoolhouse Road warehouse into the 72,000-square-foot space, according to an application filed with the township’s […]

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Regal Bank To Purchase New Millennium Bank’s Township Branch

Regal Bank To Purchase New Millennium Bank’s Township Branch

Regal Bank will purchase the Elizabeth Avenue branch of New Millennium Bank, the institutions announced Feb. 13. According to a press release about the deal, it is anticipated that Regal will assume about $32 million in deposits from New Millennium, a figure subject to the actual value of deposits at the time of closing. The […]

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Township Technology Company Receives Emmy For Fiber Optic Cable Innovations

Township Technology Company Receives Emmy For Fiber Optic Cable Innovations

A global technology company with a laboratory in the township was recently presented with a technology and engineering Emmy Award. OFS, based in Norcross, Ga., was given the award for “contributions toward the pioneering invention and deployment of fiber optic cable,” according to a press release from the company. OFS’ award recognizes the “unique, groundbreaking […]

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