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Unity Bank Holds Pumpkin Decorating Contest

Unity Bank Holds Pumpkin Decorating Contest

There’s still time to enter Unity Bank’s Pumpkin Decorating Contest for a chance to win a $25 VISA gift card. Pumpkins can be decorated in any way, including carving and painting. Once they are decorated, contestants should take a picture of them and then upload the picture by Oct. 27 to the contest Web page […]

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FR&A Pictorial: Snyder’s Farm Kicks Off Annual Fall Festival

FR&A Pictorial: Snyder’s Farm Kicks Off Annual Fall Festival

The sand box of summer has given way to the corn pit of autumn. Dual corn pits are just two of the attractions offered by Snyder’s Farm on South Middlebush Road during its third annual Fall Festival. The festival runs 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekends through Oct. 25. Face painters, a water slide, […]

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The Arbors New Dog Park Benefits Residents, Second Chance For Animals

The Arbors New Dog Park Benefits Residents, Second Chance For Animals

The new dog park at the Arbors at Franklin Township is a benefit for the complexes’ residents, but its opening Sept. 26 benefitted a township organization dedicated to help give homes to pets. The dog park, located off Baier Avenue, is an effort to “make it possible for apartment-dwellers to have pets in their homes,” […]

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Home Helpers Celebrates 10th Anniversary With New Services

Home Helpers Celebrates 10th Anniversary With New Services

Home Helpers and Direct Link of Somerset is celebrating its 10th anniversary by introducing two new concierge services. Home Helpers and Direct Link of Somerset provides non-medical in home care, personal emergency response systems, vital sign monitoring, and medication management services to seniors, new and expectant mothers and any adult requiring continuing and recuperative care. […]

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Hamilton Street Advisory Committee Talks Safety, Creates Three Committees

Hamilton Street Advisory Committee Talks Safety, Creates Three Committees

The Hamilton Street Advisory Board at its Sept. 8 meeting created three committees members hope will foster the group’s work. The committees formed were marketing, safety and zoning, although no one volunteered to chair the marketing committee. Member Dean Adi suggested the committees be formed so that work in those certain areas could be fast-tracked, and not […]

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Hamilton Street Advisory Board Begins Its Task Of Invigorating Business District

Hamilton Street Advisory Board  Begins Its Task Of Invigorating Business District

It still needs one more member to be fully constituted and its budget has not yet been approved, but the newly minted advisory board tasked with helping revitalize the Hamilton Street business district is well into its work. The body, known as the Hamilton Street Business Advisory Board, has met monthly since the spring. In […]

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La Bonbonniere ‘Kid’s Day’ Raises Money For Soup Kitchen

La Bonbonniere ‘Kid’s Day’ Raises Money For Soup Kitchen

Township children got a chance to show off their inner cake designer and help a local charity at the third annual La Bonbonniere Kid’s Day Aug. 3. For a $5 donation, children aged 4 to 12 were given an apron, a chef’s hat and all the materials they needed to decorate a cake, which they […]

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Somerset Eye Care Expands With Second Village Office

Somerset Eye Care Expands With Second Village Office

Somerset Eye Care has opened its second office in the township with the acquisition of Lens ‘N Eye at 1727 Route 27. The former owners, Drs. Jim Kelley and Hinda Liebeskind, are retiring in Florida, according to a release about the acquisition.  The practice will carry the Somerset Eye Care name. The new office will […]

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McCarrick Care Center Wins Joint Commission Accreditation

McCarrick Care Center Wins Joint Commission Accreditation

The Margaret McLoughlin McCarrick Care Center on Dellwood Lane recently became one of only six nursing care centers in the state to be accredited by the Joint Commission, the nation’s leading accrditor of health care institutions. Joint Commission standards focus on “key patient-care processes that contribute to improved outcomes for all patients and residents in […]

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Three Rutgers Plaza Businesses Hold Fundraiser For Second Chance For Animals

Three Rutgers Plaza Businesses Hold Fundraiser For Second Chance For Animals

Venus Jewelers in Rutgers Plaza, Easton Avenue, went to the dogs and cats – and a Guinea pig – May 17 as part of a three-store fundraiser to benefit Second Chance for Animals. Second Chance is the organization that staffs and funds the Franklin Township Animal Shelter. Venus, Ashley’s Hallmark and La Perle Spa & Salon partnered […]

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