Check out the Bedminster Farmers Market

The Bedminster Farmers Market is an amazing family-friendly opportunity to build a greater sense of community for all residents to have healthy food options and learn the importance of maintaining land for agricultural uses. The market is located in River Road Park in Bedminster, every Saturday from 9am-1pm. It runs from the first week of June until the last week of October.

Girl Scout Hosts Softball Expo as Part of Gold Award

Katie Rygiel, a girl scout, local Hillsborough High School student and varsity softball player, chose to do her Gold Award Project about softball education. Part of her project is the Softball Expo, an event sponsored by the Hillsborough Recreation Department, entitled Why Softball? The event, to be held on Saturday, August 10th, will be run by Rygiel with help from the Hillsborough Recreation Department, the Hillsborough High School Varsity Softball team and the Top Gun Fastpitch Organization. At the event, girls can participate in drills that teach different skills, but are also fun and enjoyable.

HBA Holds 2nd Annual Restaurant Week

The Hillsborough Business Association will hold the second annual Hillsborough Restaurant week, Tuesday, August 20 through Sunday, August 25th. Participating Hillsborough restaurants will have the opportunity to showcase creative cuisine for local residents and foodies from all over.

“Once Upon A Time in Hollywood” Reflects on Filmmaking Past

Quentin Tarantino’s newest film “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” came to theaters Friday, July 26 and impressed audiences and critics everywhere. A few highlights of the movie include a cast chock full of A-list actors, the first on-screen partnership between Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt, and dialogue rich with clever one-liners. The movie has only been out for a week and has already made a whopping 45 million dollars, making it Tarantino’s biggest opening weekend yet.

Meet Connor Leoni: Class President of the Class of 2019

Leoni’s high school career didn’t just revolve around being class president though, he also played for the football team, was involved in student council, and worked at Smoothie King on top of taking classes. We sat down with Leoni to talk about his roles in student government and football, his hopes for his college career, and what he will miss about Hillsborough.

Somerset County 4-H Fair Returns Again

Somerset County’s 4-H Association will be hosting its annual 4-H Fair from August 7 to August 9. The fair will be open each day from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., and will be located at North Branch Park at 355 Milltown Road in Bridgewater. The 4-H fair is a great opportunity for both adults and children to get more invested in their community,  and have some wholesome family fun.

The Lion King Brings Back Childhood Memories at a Cost

25 years after the release of the original, animated classic, Disney updated the story for a new generation as a computer-animated version. While many fans of the original are skeptical, the film is an altogether must-see for a family-friendly time. It brings a familiar crowd back to the theaters and allows them to delve into their childhood selves.

Somerville Cruise Nights Celebrates 30 Years!

Somerville is celebrating 30 years of hosting the largest cruise night on the east coast this year. Individuals from far and wide drive their vintage, custom and futuristic vehicles to downtown Somerville to show spectators jaw-dropping works of machinery. Be sure to visit Somerville’s Cruise Nights every Friday night from now until Labor Day from 6:00 p.m. - 9:00p.m.!

Rutgers Business School Hosts Weeklong Camp

Rutgers Business School (RBS) spearheaded a week-long intensive camp led by Ron Richter, a professor at RBS for high school students interested in a future in the business world. Whether it be accounting, financing, or marketing, multiple opportunities were presented to students to help them get started in the field.

New Transportation Cuts for Hillsborough Public Schools

Due to transportation cuts, middle school students living 2 miles or less from Hillsborough Middle School and high school students living 2.5 miles or less from Hillsborough High School will not be provided courtesy busing for the next school year. With courtesy busing being previously provided to all residential students, this transportation update brings new alterations to students’ morning schedules, as many will now have to find rides or walk to school.