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‘Little Free Libraries’ May Be Coming To Township Parks, Trails

‘Little Free Libraries’ May Be Coming To Township Parks, Trails

“Little Free Libraries” may soon be coming to township parks and trails. The idea to place the small “libraries” in various parts of Franklin was broached by Tara Kenyon – the township’s open space consultant – at the April 17 meeting of the Open Space Advisory Committee. Kenyon’s idea was to place the structures at […]

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East Millstone Residents Gather To Say Good-Bye To Sunrise Creek Deli Owners

East Millstone Residents Gather To Say Good-Bye To Sunrise Creek Deli Owners

For the past decade, regular customers of the Sunrise Creek Deli on Main Street in East Millstone could count on a warm greeting, good coffee, big smiles and tasty Lebanese dishes – among others – when they entered the Main Street deli in East Millstone. Some of that will change as of March 23 when […]

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‘Teen Summit’ Aims To Give Students Tools For Life

‘Teen Summit’ Aims To Give Students Tools For Life

About 125 township teenagers attended the annual Teen Summit on March 10, learning strategies for coping with a variety of issues with which they may deal as they get older. The event, held at Sampson G. Smith School, featured a series of workshops ranging from bullying, to substance abuse prevention, to dealing with teen pregnancy […]

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County Recycling Pickups To Be Delayed

County Recycling Pickups To Be Delayed

Some recycling pickups scheduled for the week of Jan. 1 will be delayed, according to a release from the Somerset County Recycling Division. The Christmas and New Years’ holiday result in a high volume of recyclables, leading to the delays, the release said. Residents can leave recyclables at their curbs and they will be picked […]

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Two Township Residents Among ‘Leadership Somerset’ Class Of 2017

Two Township Residents Among ‘Leadership Somerset’ Class Of 2017

SOMERVILLE –Two township residents are among the 21 members of the Leadership Somerset Class of 2017. Terrene Collins and Tanya Kaplan were among those participating in the Dec. 5 graduation ceremony held at the Somerset County Administration Building on Grove Street, here. Leadership Somerset is an adult community leadership program for people who live or […]

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Queens Bridge To Undergo More Work, Nighttime Closures Planned

Queens Bridge To Undergo More Work, Nighttime Closures Planned

The Queens Bridge between South Bound Brook and Bound Brook will be closed from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. weeknights in December to allow for completion of deck repairs, the state announced Dec. 4. The bridge had been closed from early September through October for repairs to the part of the span that covers the […]

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Citing ‘Erratic, Delusional’ Behavior, State Pulls Somerset Doctor’s Medical License

Citing ‘Erratic, Delusional’ Behavior, State Pulls Somerset Doctor’s Medical License

A pain management doctor with offices in Somerset and East Brunswick was ordered by the state to stop practicing medicine because her behavior poses a “clear and imminent danger to the public health, safety and welfare,” according to the state Board of Medical Examiners. Dr. Sharon Colleen Worosilo, who owns the New Jersey Pain Management […]

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Easton Avenue Water Main Break Must Wait For Repairs

Easton Avenue Water Main Break Must Wait For Repairs

The inability to get a necessary part, coupled with the need for businesses to stay open, has forced the township to leave a broken water main running along Easton Avenue. The main, located on Easton Avenue in the area of the Village Plaza, has been broken since sometime on Nov. 16. Mayor Phil Kramer said […]

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Township Council Honors Bob LaCorte For Volunteer Work

Township Council Honors Bob LaCorte For Volunteer Work

The organizer of the township’s Memorial Day and Veterans’ Day observances was honored Nov. 13 by the Township Council. Bob LaCorte was given a commendation by the council for his “outstanding community service to the township” in donating “hundreds of hours and resources” to the two observances. “When it comes time to get things done […]

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Township Artists Recognized By County, State In Art Shows

Township Artists Recognized By County, State In Art Shows

A township resident took second place recently in the New Jersey Senior Art Show, held at Meadow Lakes Senior Living in East Windsor. Dusik K. Shin’s watercolor, “Brood,” was one of five pieces by Somerset County residents winning awards at the juried show. Shin’s work also was one of four non-professional award winners at the […]

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