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Sunday April 19, 2015

 

Police Blotter May 2015

On March 19, the occupant reported to MTPD that someone had broken into his Plantars Row home in Skillman by smashing the glass in a slidding door. The bedrooms and bathrooms were ransacked, and jewelry was stolen. If anyne has information, please call MTPD at 9080-359-3222.


Somerset County Prosecutor G. Soriano and MTSD Chief Capt. Robert palmer announced the March 25 arrest of a 60-year-old Montgomery man for endangering the welfare of a child/3rd degree possession of child... More

MTSD Art Extravaganza April 16

Montgomery News Feature Story

Artwork from all of the schools on exhibit at MHS. More photos on our Facebook page! Photo©Cliff Moore
 


Prosecutor Says "Murder-Suicide" - But the Sheridan family reject the conclusions

The Somerset County Prosecutor's office has released the conclusion of the investigation into the September 28 deaths of John and Joyce Sheridan, two Skillman resident's found in their burning home. These results, released a full six months after the fatal incident, they say were the result of... More

Transco Revises Pipeline Project, Working With Towns

On April 8, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection issued three permits to Williams Transco for its $650 million natural gas pipeline project spanning over five miles of wetlands in Montgomery Township and part of Princeton. Transco revised its plans in mid-March after initial DEP... More

More Featured News Stories

Is the County Library System broken?

Brian Auger, Administrator of the Somerset County Library System (SCLS), has made big changes to ten of the branches in the system, as well as its... More

Gibraltar Quarry Project Awaits Green Light from DEP

The Gibraltar rock quarry project in the Sourland Mountains, approved by Montgomery Township over the past five months, is dormant as it still... More

April Alcohol Awareness Month Sheds Light on the Misconceptions of Alcoholism

Al-Anon Family Groups provide hope and support for anyone who is troubled by someone else’s drinking. Nevertheless, many avoid help for fear... More

Sheila Walsh to speak at Harlingen Reformed Church

Sheila Walsh is coming to Harlingen Church on Saturday, May 9, from 9 am to 3 pm. Tickets are $35 each and include lunch. Please go to... More

Run (or Walk!) with Rotary on April 26

New Location : Skillman Park!

1-Mile Ramble: 10 AM
5K Run: 10:35 AM
Sunday, April 26th
Skillman Park
Rt. 601, Skillman,... More

Rocky Hill Filmmaker Produced & Directed PBS’ "Twice Born"

Monica Lange of Rocky Hill has been making films for 25 years. Her most recent work, “Twice Born: Stories from the Special Delivery... More

MHS Athlete of the Month - Alex Miller

Here he is, jersey tucked in, spikes on, laces double-knotted, gazing at his target with an undeniably fresh sense of awareness. Atop his head... More

4 Homes Remain at Sharbell's Hillside at Montgomery

Montgomery Township, NJ, April 2015: As the spring season gets under way, things are not far from winding down at Sharbell Development's... More