Instead of going away to camp (which just isn’t possible this year), sign up for one of the Basking Ridge virtual summer camps taking place in July and August. One fee per household per session. Make summer camp a family affair.
Over Memorial Day weekend, we saw business and beach restrictions ease up a bit. Governor Murphy officially lifted the state’s stay-at-home order earlier this week. Just last weekend, the Bernardsville Farmers Market officially opened for business this year. But even with an end to the stay-at-home order, restrictions at the market remain in place for […]
This global pandemic affected millions of people in a very short amount of time. Employers furloughed workers when COVID-19 restrictions came into play. Record numbers of people have filed unemployment claims since mid-March. Local food pantries experienced an influx of families and individuals seeking help to supplement their meager food supplies. The Red Cross Club […]
COVID-19 dominates our 24-hour news cycle. WHO declared the outbreak as an official pandemic. The president just announced a ban on travel into the US from Europe (the UK excluded). Yesterday, Freeholder Director Robinson announced that no cases of the virus have been reported in Somerset County so far. With all of the frenzy surrounding […]
Thieves use any tools at their disposal to try to scam money out of you. With the increased usage of doorbell cams, we see them in action as they nab packages right from our doorstep. Identity thieves target online shoppers during Christmastime as well. In February 2018, we told you about a wire fraud scam […]
Searching for someplace to beat the heat this summer? Then I have good news for you. The Pleasant Valley Pool is now open for business in Basking Ridge! That’s right. From now until September 2nd, this public pool remains open for tons of summertime fun with the family. Pleasant Valley Pool in Basking Ridge Why […]