September 10, 2016 by Lisa
Flemington bargain hunters, upcyclers and those who just need some “retail therapy” are invited to come to an event that will give them a chance to browse through some of the area’s second hand and vintage stores with vintage expert Bridgett Artise.
The Born Again Vintage Thrifting Trip will [Read more]
August 25, 2016 by James
Flemington Foodies are invited to an event that will give them an opportunity to sample dishes from restaurants throughout the community.
The Flemington Business Improvement District’s (BID) has once again organized Flemington Restaurant Week, which will encourage the public to enjoy meals at different local eateries at a special rate. This year, the event has expanded to include restaurants in the rest of Raritan Township who are members of the BID. A creator of custom drinkware can both design and then produce glasses and other items for use during a special annual event such as this.
Those businesses participating in the week’s activities are expecting reservations to fill up quickly, and it is suggested that those who are interested in trying out a particular establishment should make their reservations early.
They can also enquire to find out what the menu is, what sort of specials are being offered and what its hours of operation are. The prices many of the restaurants will be posting do not usually include the tax, beverage, or the gratuity, and some will only be providing the special pricing on certain days of the event.
The Flemington Restaurant Week will take place from October 31 until November 6. Anyone who would like to find out more or see a list of participating eateries is invited to visit the event’s website.
July 20, 2016 by Lisa
An initiative has been undertaken by Flemington police that will see local children be “ticketed” for practicing safe biking or engaging in other activities in a manner that puts safety first.
The idea, which is has been developed as part of the #SafeSummer program, will see youngsters who are found wearing their helmets while biking, or taking appropriate safety precautions while rollerblading or skateboarding, be given a “ticket” by the police.
The tickets are actually cards that can be redeemed at a variety of local sponsors. A printing company can design and produce items for use in campaigns such as this that can be customized to include any graphics or logos that are desired.
According to Dr. Blood, who is one of the people behind the initiative, the goal is to encourage safe recreation and also to encourage positive interactions between children and the police. She explained that kids respond well to positive reinforcement, which the tickets provide.
Young people from families that cannot afford to purchase a helmet will be presented with a voucher for one, which has been contributed by program’s sponsors. The initiative will run until the end of the summer, and plans are already being made to run it again next year.
More information about the #SafeSummer can be obtained by contacting the Flemington Police Department.
June 18, 2016 by Lisa
Residents of Flemington are invited to put on their dancing shoes and enjoy a night out in support of a local cause.
Hunterdon Helpline will turn [Read more]
May 24, 2016 by Mark
April 5, 2016 by Sarah
March 14, 2016 by Mark
Residents of Flemington will have seen the recent installation of signs that indicate that the project to reconfigure the traffic circle at which Routes 202, 12, and 31 meet has begun.
The revamp, which comes with [Read more]
February 21, 2016 by Mark
Food lovers from the local area and further afield are invited to head out for a taste of local flavor during Flemington Restaurant Week.
A group of [Read more]
January 12, 2016 by James
A grand opening celebration was recently held in Flemington to mark the initial broadcast of the state’s first ever internet TV/radio station.
The station operates out of [Read more]
December 5, 2015 by Mark
A store in flemington recently played host to a group that rescues and rehomes unwanted greyhounds.
Pet Value, located in the [Read more]