Somerset County residents affected by Super Storm Sandy can help improve recovery efforts by taking health survey
Somerset County Freeholder Deputy Director Mark Caliguire, liaison to the county Health Department, encourages residents who were affected by Super-Storm Sandy to take a short health and well-being assessment.
Montgomery Township will hold a scoping meeting on Tuesday, March 11, at 7:00 p.m. at the Township’s Municipal Offices, located at 2261 Van Horne Road, Belle Mead, New Jersey.
Mercer County Wildlife Center, which accepted and treated 2,300 birds, mammals and reptiles in 2013, is holding orientations for new volunteers at the facility in Hopewell Township.
The Hopewell Harvest Fair Board of Trustees wishes to congratulate the staff, Board of Trustees, and Friends of the Hopewell Public Library, on one hundred years in Hopewell Borough.
Lawrence Township Public Schools (LTPS) is one of 50 schools and districts named as a national finalist in the 2014 National Schools of Character (NSOC) program. The Character Education Partnership (CEP), a national advocate and leader for the character education movement, notified LTPS of this distinction last week.
The Hopewell Township Police Department is accepting applications for the position of Patrol Officer.
Please be advised that Ewing Township has established a phone line for citizens/businesses who may want to provide assistance to those affected by the tragedy that occurred on March 4 in Ewing.
Lawrence Township Public School District Superintendent Dr. Crystal Edwards has answered many frequently asked snow day questions.
In an effort to promote healthy communities and lifestyles, EmPoWER Somerset is partnering with the Somerset County Wellness Committee to sponsor the “5K Race to Wellness” for county residents.
Montgomery Township Police Department will utilize a new communications service, effective March 1 that allows us to send important, valuable community information directly to residents using the latest technology.