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Akorn Pharmaceuticals Event Turns Into ‘Wall-Breaking’ Of New Space

Akorn Pharmaceuticals Event Turns Into ‘Wall-Breaking’ Of New Space

  Township officials were among the invited guests to what turned out to be a “wall-breaking” Dec. 2 at Akorn Pharmaceuticals. The event was billed as a “meet-and-greet” by Akorn to give officials an idea of the  work that was about to begin in a $7 million project to refit a 15,000-square-foot Veronica Avenue building […]








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Flemington Subaru Participates in ‘Share The Love’ Campaign

Flemington Subaru Participates in ‘Share The Love’ Campaign

Flemington Subaru, member of the Flemington Car and Truck Country Family of Brands, announced today it is participating in the 2016 Subaru “Share the Love” campaign, selecting the Hunterdon Healthcare Foundation (HHF) as their “hometown charity.” HHF is the fundraising organization for Hunterdon Medical Center and supports the medical center’s mission to provide high quality […]








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Somerset Family Physical Therapy Hosts ‘Toys For Tots’

Somerset Family Physical Therapy Hosts ‘Toys For Tots’

Somerset Family Physical Therapy is once again serving as a donation center for the U.S. Marine Corps reserves “Toys for Tots” program. The office’s goal is to collect 200 toys, according to a press release about the event. last year, 100 toys were collected in two weeks. Practice employee Megan Gonzalez, whose husband is a […]








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Township Farmer’s Market In ‘Early Stages’ Of Planning

Township Farmer’s Market In ‘Early Stages’ Of Planning

A market that would feature produce and other products primarily from township farms is in the early planning stages. The market would be located in the field at the corner of DeMott Lane and Amwell Road, at least initially. The market would probably run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays from mid-May or […]








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Township Stop & Shop Customers Donate $3,700 To American Cancer Society

Township Stop & Shop Customers Donate $3,700 To American Cancer Society

A fundraising drive by the township Stop & Shop store to benefit the American Cancer Society netted more than $3,000, the company said. The store raised $3,735 in a two-week period in October through the sale of pink ribbons. The money raised will go toward the ACS’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk. Shop & […]








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Sydney Place Honorarily Renamed For Pat Gianotto, Longtime Hamilton Street Advocate

Sydney Place Honorarily Renamed For Pat Gianotto, Longtime Hamilton Street Advocate

Sydney Place on Nov. 5 was honorably renamed after the late Patrick Gianotto for his efforts in the redevelopment of the Hamiton Street business district. Gianotto, a lifelong township resident and owner of Franklin Electric, died suddenly while on vacation in May. At the time of his death, he was serving as the chairman of […]








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Springhill Suites Brings 100 More Hotel Rooms To Township

Springhill Suites Brings 100 More Hotel Rooms To Township

Rupen Patel was all smiles Oct. 26 as he mingled with guests at the grand opening party for his newest property, the Springhill Suites hotel on Cedar Grove Lane. “It turned out beautiful,” said Patel, who also owns The Imperia on Easton Avenue and Fairfield Inn and Suites on Davidson Avenue. “I couldn’t be happier than […]








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Snyder’s Farm Fall Festival In Full Swing

Snyder’s Farm Fall Festival In Full Swing

The annual fall festival at Snyder’s Farm on South Middlebush Road is in full swing, with warmer-than-normal temperatures greeting the hundreds who showed up Oct. 16. Visitors are taken on a hay ride from the parking lot to the festival site, where they can partake of a variety of games, rides and other attractions. There’s also a […]








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Healthier Somerset to Present ‘The Future of Employee Wellness’

Healthier Somerset to Present ‘The Future of Employee Wellness’

Johnson & Johnson’s Chief Health Officer and Corporate Medical Director Dr. Marcelo Targino will present “The Future of Employee Wellness” at Healthier Somerset’s annual Worksite Wellness Forum on Oct. 24 at the AVE, 199 Pierce Street. Breakfast and networking begin at 8:30 a.m. The program begins at 9:00 a.m. and concludes at 10:30 a.m. The […]








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iHop Restaurant’s Updated Interior Celebrated With Ribbon-Cutting, Cake

The iHop restaurant on Easton Avenue Oct. 14 celebrated its new interior with a ribbon-cutting, cake and free short stacks. Mayor Phillip Kramer was on hand to do the ribbon-cutting honors, as the restaurant’s management and staff looked on. Kramer also cut a large sheet cake, pieces of which were served to surprised customers. Free orders of […]








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