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Hamilton Street Business Named USPS Partner To Replace Franklin Blvd. P.O.

Hamilton Street Business Named USPS Partner To Replace Franklin Blvd. P.O.

A Hamilton Street retail shipping business has been chosen by the United State Postal Service for a Village Post Office, a move area residents hope will mitigate the loss of the Franklin Boulevard post office. Skylight Logistics, 873 Hamilton St., began offering some postal service products last week, according to Kari Osmond, the district director […]

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Anew Wellness Seeks To ‘Innovate’ Mental Health Industry

Anew Wellness Seeks To ‘Innovate’ Mental Health Industry

Changing the way in which mental health services are delivered is the goal behind a recently opened facility on Davidson Avenue. Anew Wellness, 270 Davidson Ave., opened its doors in December 2014 to offer treatments for adolescents and adults suffering from mental and behavioral issues, and also those whose problems are exacerbated by drug addiction. The […]

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Job Fair Attracts Hundreds

Job Fair Attracts Hundreds

Hundreds of job seekers descended upon The Imperia on Easton Avenue May 5 for a job fair. The fair, sponsored by state Assemblyman Joe Danielsen (D-17) and the Middlesex County Regional Chamber of Commerce, was “phenomenal,” Danielsen said. “It exceeded our expectations,” he said. Danielsen estimated that between 400 and 500 people visited the nearly […]

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Photo Gallery: Chamber Of Commerce Members Sample Wines At Willow Creek

Photo Gallery: Chamber Of Commerce Members Sample Wines At Willow Creek

Willow Creek Rehab and Care on Easton Avenue was the scene April 23 for the Franklin Township Chamber of Commerce’s 3rd annual Wine and Cheese Tasting. A variety of hot and cold food was offered, as well as a selection of wines supplied by Glendale Liquors of Kendall Park.   The Franklin Reporter & Advocate […]

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Women in Business Golf & Networking Event Scheduled

Women in Business Golf & Networking Event Scheduled

The Somerset County Business Partnership “Women in Business” group has scheduled the 6th annual “Golf and Lunch for Women in Business” on Tuesday, May 5, 2015 from 10:00 A.M. to 1:30 P.M. The event will take place at Basking Ridge Country Club, 185 Madisonville Road in Basking Ridge, New Jersey. From 10:00 a.m. to noon, […]

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Workshop to Increase Global Competitiveness

Workshop to Increase Global Competitiveness

The Somerset County Business Partnership, the regional Chamber of Commerce serving Somerset County, will present the second workshop in a series intended to support member businesses interested in expanding their global presence. On Tuesday, April 28, 2015, the Partnership will convene the Global Special Interest Group (Global SIG) at the Somerset County Business Partnership, 360 […]

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Anytime Fitness Hosts ‘Free Workout Saturdays’ In May

Anytime Fitness Hosts ‘Free Workout Saturdays’ In May

Anytime Fitness in the Franklin Court Shopping Plaza on Hamilton Street is celebrating its first anniversary throughout May by offering free outdoor exercise classes. Called “Free Workout Saturdays,” the classes, designed for people at every fitness level, will start at 10 a.m. in the plaza’s overflow parking lot. “Everyone realizes that exercise is good for you,” […]

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Willow Creek Staff Help Girl Scouts ‘Explore The Magic Of Motion’

A group of township Girl Scouts visited the Willow Creek Rehabilitation and Care Center April 18 to get hands-on lessons in physical and occupational therapies. The scouts – about 23 from various troops in the township – spent the day performing exercises and learning about the equipment used in different therapies. Created by Jazmine Tooles, […]

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Hamilton Street Improvement District Budget Approved By Council

Hamilton Street Improvement District Budget Approved By Council

The Hamilton Street Improvement District’s amended $72,000 budget for 2015 was approved April 14 by the Township Council. There was some dissent expressed by business owners, who said they were frustrated over 10 years of contributing to the SID without any tangible returns. Also dissenting was Mayor Chris Kelly, who cast the lone “no” vote […]

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Township Non-Profits In Running For Donations From Unity Bank

Township Non-Profits In Running For Donations From Unity Bank

Three township non-profit organizations are among 19 in the running to receive up to $2,000 from Unity Bank in the bank’s “Join Forces” campaign. One winner and one runner-up will win in each of four categories, based on the number of votes the organizations receive: youth, housing, arts and animal advocacy. The township organizations participating are: […]

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