Savoring Bernardsville: An Insider's Guide to 3 Exceptional Modern American Dining Spots
In this article, we explore three of the finest establishments serving modern American cuisine in Bernardsville. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below!
Savor the Flavors: Top 3 Modern American Restaurants in Somerville
In this article, we're exploring three contemporary American cuisine spots in Somerville. Have you had the chance to savor any of these culinary delights yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
NJ animal control officer arrested: Dying dog was found in garbage bag
MAHWAH — A township man who owns a kennel and works as an animal control officer has been arrested on animal cruelty charges. Richard A. Dubarton III, 57, was taken into custody on Feb. 22, following an investigation that began with the discovery of a near-death dog near a dumpster, northjersey.com and other outlets report.
Somerville High School Students Portray Universal Teenage Struggles on Stage in "Mean Girls: High School Version"
SOMERVILLE, NJ - Based on the popular 2004 movie and the 2018 Broadway musical, "Mean Girls: High School Version" will be performed by members of the Somerville High School Drama Club and Music Department this weekend. The show is about Cady Heron, who has just moved from Africa and is trying to find her way in a new high school, facing the universal teenage struggles of fitting in, making friends, and dealing with the consequences of her actions. "It is a high-energy, funny, and thought-provoking show about the perils and triumphs of high school,"" according to Nicole Zivkovic, director. Shows are at 7 p.m. Friday, March 7, Saturday, March 8 and Sunday, March 9 in the Somerville High School auditorium, 222 Davenport St. Tickets can be purchased online ahead of time at https://shsdrama.ticketleap.com and if available, at the door - cash only.
300-year-old pub in NJ is closing — could come back better than ever
MENDHAM — New Jersey’s oldest continuously running restaurant, according to the owners, is closing its doors next month, but don’t worry, it’s not for good. The Black Horse Pub, located at 1 W. Main Street in Mendham opened its doors in 1742 and has been in existence for nearly 300 years.
9 of the Most Miserable Towns in the US are in New Jersey
For such a small state, the Garden State, we have several miserable towns that made the "big" list of the most miserable towns in America. There are different factors that heraldweekly.com put together through the United States. These factors range from crime rate, median income, commute time, and more. In...
N.J. nonprofit overcomes building fire, gets back to serving those in need
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- A New Jersey nonprofit that was gutted by fire last week is already back to feeding its community.The Fish, Inc. food bank in Piscataway caught fire on Wednesday, but volunteers didn't wait to get back up and running.Like most moms, Shantelle Cherry is trying to find food her kids will love. She has been getting groceries at Fish, Inc. for 17 years."I'm a single mom of six kids. This pantry has always made the difference between me being able to put a balanced meal on the table and me saying, 'Okay, we have to limit it because...
Teen serving as Mormon missionary dies in NJ
🚨 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints said the teen died early Saturday. 🚨 A cause of death for Jared Chappell, 19, has not been determined. A 19-year-old serving as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints died early Saturday morning at their Morristown Mission but questions remain about his death.
Weekend Roundup: Kim wins Sussex, Warren; Murphy takes Union
If you’re like David Cruz and decided to take the weekend off while five county organizations made endorsements in the hotly-contested race for U.S. Senate — that’s okay if politics isn’t your job — here’s a rundown on a busy few days in New Jersey politics.
Plainfield BOE Commissioner Sarah Virgo Announces 3rd Ward City Council Candidacy
PLAINFIELD, NJ — On Monday, Plainfield Board of Education Commissioner Sarah Virgo announced her candidacy for Third Ward City Council, where she will run in the June 4 Democratic Primary. Incumbent Charles McRae received the endorsement of the Plainfield Democratic City Committee on Saturday morning, meaning there are now two candidates vying to represent the Third Ward. “I am running for City Council because I believe in a Plainfield where we make it possible for working-class families to thrive; where we prioritize affordable and accessible housing, we ensure public safety, and we invest in sustainable improvements that benefit Queen City residents, not developers,”...
Horse Rescued From Creek In Hunterdon County: Whitehouse Rescue Squad
At 12:34 p.m. the Whitehouse Fire Company and Whitehouse Rescue Squad were alerted to the scene. The adverse weather made conditions difficult for first responders, but they were able to get the horse out of the creek and down the embarkment, rescuers said. Members placed blankets on the horse to...
Raritan Man Nabbed In Failed Hillsborough Break-Ins: Police
Hillsborough Township police responded to a home on Post Court on a report of a man attempting to open the front door, where a man named Richard Linker tried to break in around 10 p.m. Friday, March 1, local police said. After the front door gambit failed, Linker walked through...
Somerset County home sales for the week of March 3, 2024
11 Witherspoon Lane. $975,000. 21 Hillside Terrace. $465,000. 230 Woods End Drive. $1,040,000. 77 Woodstone Road. $750,000. 155 Woodward Lane #H. $506,000. 55 Larkspur Court #5255. $168,035. 8 Smoke Rise Lane. $701,000. 57 Foxwood Court #9e. $380,000. Bernardsville. 44 Bernards Ave. $646,950. Bound Brook. 230 East St. $400,000. 364 W...
Six Injured In Two-Car Crash In Warren County: State Police
State police responded to County Road 521 North in Hope Township for a crash between a Honda and a Subaru just after 3 p.m., Troy McNair, a spokesman for the New Jersey State Police said. The Honda, operated by a 32-year-old Queens resident and occupied by three passengers was traveling...
Raritan man faces burglary charges
Police charged a 35-year-old Raritan man for numerous offenses including burglary at Posh Court residences on March 1, according to the Hillsborough Township Police Department. At approximately 10:03 p.m., police received a complaint of an unknown male attempting to open the front door of a Posh Court residence. After failing...
Chatham Superintendent Announces Two Additional Full-Day Kindergarten Classes Next Year; 65 Third Graders Move to Lafayette
CHATHAM, NJ -- Chatham Superintendent Michael LaSusa announced that the School District of the Chathams can now offer full-day kindergarten to all families for the next school year at Monday's regular meeting of the Chatham Board of Education held in the CHS Auditorium. "We believe we've arrived at a point where we can offer all families who are interested in it, full-day kindergarten for next year," LaSusa said. So far, there are 207 students registered for full-day kindergarten and the district has room for them all because it has added two additional kindergarten classrooms, one at Southern Boulevard School and one at...
UPDATE: Mountain Ave reopens after crash brings down utility pole, wires
HACKETTSTOWN, NJ (Warren County) — A motor vehicle crash with a downed utility pole and wires has closed a part of Mountain Ave (Route 182) in Hackettstown early Sunday morning, according to police. Both directions of Mountain Ave were are closed between Route 57 and Shelley Drive. Jersey Central...
Alcohol in your ice cream is a thing at these NJ restaurants
Are we just crazy in New Jersey and will try anything? Lately it seems like ice cream is the Wild West. A lawless foodie society where anything goes. We’ve had breweries with ice cream flavored brews. Remember Source Farmhouse Brewery in Colts Neck and their flavors like Vanilla Ice Cream Milkshake IPA or their Creamsicle Ice Cream Milkshake IPA?
Brothers aid Bridgewater crash victim: This week in Central Jersey history, March 4-10
Brothers Joe and John Frechette, both mechanics, one a firefighter and the other an emergency medical technician, pulled Benjamin Carreon of Staten Island from his truck and gave him first aid after a three-car crash happened just outside Midas in Bridgewater. The accident, which occurred on Tuesday, March 9, 1999,...
Two Great Events Happening in Madison This March
MADISON, NJ - Two exciting events are happening this March in Madison. The first is The 2024 Taste of Madison which is being held on Monday, March 18, 2024 at the Madison Hotel beginning at 7pm. There will be chefs from 20 of the area's finest restaurants including 1776 by David Burke, Anita's Baked Wonders, Baba's Bakery and Café, Bottle Hill Tavern, Butter & Jam, Crowley Cupcakes, Charlie’s Aunt, Gary's Wine & Marketplace, Healthy Italia, Indian Kitchen & Grill, Italian Village, Krust Kitchen, Madison Hotel (Rod’s Steak & Seafood Grille & GK’s Red Dog Tavern), Madison Wine & Tap Room, Main...