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FHS Class Of 1987 Shares Memories At 30th Reunion

FHS Class Of 1987 Shares Memories At 30th Reunion

Smiles and hugs were plentiful June 23 at the Franklin High School Class of 1987’s 30th reunion. The event, held at PJ Cavanaughs in the Holiday Inn on Davidson Avenue, drew alums from as far away as Ohio and Florida. Organizers Wendy Styles-LaFortune and Trisha Chavis started working on the reunion last October. “We had […]



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Spring Hills Somerset Residents Celebrate National Pink Day With Games, Food

Spring Hills Somerset Residents Celebrate National Pink Day With Games, Food

It was Pink Day at the Spring Hills Somerset Assisted Living center June 23, complete with various types of Pink Flamingos. Center staff dressed in pink – as did some of the residents – and residents were treated to games and musical entertainment. There was a Pink Flamingo toss – in which a player had […]



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Girl Scout Troop 66339 Says Goodbye To Its Graduates

Girl Scout Troop 66339 Says Goodbye To Its Graduates

Submitted by Linda Darby. Last year this time we were preparing for an unforgettable seven-day trip to Costa Rica with 18 girls and 11 Moms from GSHNJ Troop 66339. As of Tuesday June 20th  2017,  all 18 seniors have graduated from high school. They hail from eight different high schools (FHS, Groton(MA), Hun, North Hunterdon, […]



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Residents, Officials, Seek Answers To Stop Violence

Residents, Officials, Seek Answers To Stop Violence

Township police have made headway in investigations into 18 shooting incidents that occurred in the 4th Ward over the Spring, a group of about 150 residents was told June 15. Township Chief of Police Lawrence Roberts told the group assembled at the First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens that “numerous” arrests have been made in […]



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Quail Brook Senior Center June Schedule

Quail Brook Senior Center June Schedule

625 New Brunswick Rd., Somerset, NJ 08873 (732) 563-4213 Open Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – 4:00 p.m. All programs begin at 11:00 am unless otherwise listed. Table Tennis (Ping Pong) – Monday – Friday. Take a ‘shot’ at being a tournament master by playing Single or Doubles games. This competitive game has been an […]



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Eagle Court Of Honor Held For Jeffrey Kinghorn

Eagle Court Of Honor Held For Jeffrey Kinghorn

Township resident Jeffrey Kinghorn received his Eagle Scout award May 21 during an Eagle Court of Honor ceremony. Kinghorn is a member of Boy Scout Troop 600, chartered by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. The Court of Honor was held in the church’s building in East Brunswick. Kinghorn, who is 18 […]



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Food Collection Bags Being Distributed For ‘Curbing Hunger Month’

Food Collection Bags Being Distributed For ‘Curbing Hunger Month’

Submitted by Somerset County Public Information. Somerset County recycling crews are delivering colorful collection bags now for the annual Curbing Hunger Month food drive in June. If your container is at the curb on your recycling pickup day between May 15 and 26, you’ll receive two bags. “But don’t worry if you don’t get one […]



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Photos & Video: West African Community Throws Itself A Party

Photos & Video: West African Community Throws Itself A Party

The township’s West African community showed its pride May 20 with a parade and festival. Headed by its Grand Marshall, state Assemblyman Joe Danielsen (D-17) and Marshall, Mayor Phil Kramer, the parade set off from Sts. Peter & Paul Church and made its way up Hamilton Street for several blocks. Danielsen, Kramer, other members of […]



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Domenick Andreini Becomes Latest Eagle Scout For Troop 113

Domenick Andreini Becomes Latest Eagle Scout For Troop 113

Domenick Andreini knew he wanted to be an Eagle Scout from practically the moment he became a Boy Scout. “I knew my first Eagle Court of Honor, I saw, I believe, Tim Dillon up there on that stage with his family, that I wanted to be there with my family,” he said. Andreini got his […]



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Republicans Use Horse Race Fundraiser To Help Fund November Races

Republicans Use Horse Race Fundraiser To Help Fund November Races

Township Republicans were finally able to hold their annual horse race-themed fundraising party, although the race had to change. Party faithful gathered May 19 at the home of Ken and Dayna Lemieux for the Preakness Race “Fun-Raiser.” The event is normally tied to the Kentucky Derby, but bad weather forced a rescheduling. Members of the […]



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