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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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Township Resident Named Trustee Of Rutgers Business School Alumni Association

Township Resident Named Trustee Of Rutgers Business School Alumni Association

A township resident has been appointed a trustee of the Rutgers Business School Alumni Association (RBSAA). Kenneth Hitchner, manager of public relations and social media at Creative Marketing Alliance (CMA), a full-service marketing firm located in Princeton Junction, will join the board as co-chairman of the communications committee. In his new position, Hitchner will advise RBSAA on […]

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Investors Bank Donates $10k To Franklin Youth Initiative

Investors Bank Donates $10k To Franklin Youth Initiative

The Somerset branch of Investors Bank continued its sponsorship of the Franklin Youth Initiative with a $10,000 grant. The donation was announced at the March 24 Township Council meeting. Deputy Mayor Kimberly Francois thanked ban officials who showed up to the “check” presentation, noting that Investors has been the “sole corporate sponsor” of the youth […]

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Dr. Haddad of Advanced Dental Arts Is Bronze Sponsor Of NJ Walks For TS Fundraiser

Dr. Haddad of Advanced Dental Arts Is Bronze Sponsor Of NJ Walks For TS Fundraiser

Dr. Joseph Haddad of Advanced Dental Arts of Somerset has signed on as a Bronze Sponsor of the second annual NJ Walks for TS at Princeton on Sunday, March 29. NJ Walks for TS is a day of fun, awareness, acceptance and advocacy, according to a press release about the donation from the New Jersey […]

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Candy Patriarch Michele Ferrero Dies On Valentine’s Day

Candy Patriarch Michele Ferrero Dies On Valentine’s Day

Michele Ferrero, patriarch of the international company that bears his name and makes Tic-Tac candies and Nutella hazelnut spread, died in Monte Carlo on Valentine’s Day, according to published reports. His family’s company has its United States’ headquarters on Cottontail Lane in Somerset. Michele Ferrero was 89. He died at his home in Monaco, according to […]

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First Bank Donates Record Amounts Of Time And Money To Communities

First Bank Donates Record Amounts Of Time And Money To Communities

First Bank branches – including the branch at DeMott Lane and New Brunswick Road in Somerset – donated a record amount of time and money in 2014 to the communities that they serve, according to findings released today from the company’s corporate citizenship program. First Bank tracks “corporate giving” to ensure that its philanthropy grows along […]

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New Company Aims To Reduce Employees’ Stress About Child, Parent Care

New Company Aims To Reduce Employees’ Stress About Child, Parent Care

Providing employees of small- and medium-sized business with peace of mind when emergencies strike is the mission of a new company co-founded by a township woman. Creative Backup Care Options co-founder and CEO, Bernadette Fusaro, and her Colorado-based partner, Tracy Cutler, are parlaying their experience in the industry to bring a backup care benefit to […]

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Milton Anderson Promoted At Barnabas Health

Somerset resident Milton Anderson has been named chief human resources officer at Barnabas Health of West Orange. In his new position, Anderson will be responsible for corporate human resources and will provide oversight of all Barnabas Health hospital and affiliate human resources departments, according to a release about the appointment. “Barnabas Health welcomes Milton to […]

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Township Resident Wins PSEG Volunteerism Award

Township Resident Wins PSEG Volunteerism Award

A township woman has won a volunteerism award for her work with the township Pop Warner organization. Janine Wright, an IT contract manager for PSEG, recently received the company’s Recognizing Excellence in Volunteerism award. Wright became involved in the Pop Warner program when her children began playing, according to a release on the award. During […]

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