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CHARTER DAY 2021 is officially CANCELLED.

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I'm looking for a good photo of Peapack Gladstone Former Mayor Mary Hamilton
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Little Bernardsville drone art.
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The search to nominate New Jersey's most iconic diner is underway. POST DINER NAME, CITY, AND FAVORITE ORDER.

We'll put the top 10 to a vote to crown a champion to be added to the New Jersey Historic Village wooden keepsake series. https://www.mrlocalhistory.org/new-jerseys-most-iconic-diner/
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1924 - Bernardsville Approved to Incorporate and Separate from Bernards Township. On this day in Somerset Hills history, on March 6,1924 Bernardsville is approved to incorporate and Separate from Bernards Township. Bernardsville is approved by the State Legislature to incorporate as a borough by an Act by the New Jersey Legislature on March 6, 1924, from portions of Bernards Township, based on the results of a referendum that was held then by the township residents on April 29, 1924.
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1704 - Jacobus Vanderveer Jr. Builds a House in Bedminster. On this day in Somerset Hills history, on March 6, 1704 Jacobus VanDerVeer Jr. was born Mar. 6 1704 in Flatbush, Kings Co, Long Island, New York. Son to Jacobus VanDerVeer born in Flatbush, NY and Grandson to Cornelius Janse VanDerveer from Wemeldinge, Zeeland near Veer North Holland (Netherlands) who came to New Amsterdam in 1659. 317 years old in 2021!https://www.google.com/calendar/event?eid=aG1iYnRuZzZjMzhkNHFxY2l2aW81dGZldTRfMjAyMTAzMDYgcTN2N2E0MDQzZTZia2U2cWFzNW02bXZjcG9AZw

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Residents of Cranford: Nominate Cranford Canoe Club to New Jersey and National Historic Registries - Sign the Petition! https://t.co/DBboY8z5ER via @Change https://t.co/GkdORoQIdY mrlocalhistory photo

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Who doesn't love a good snowstorm? I don't. Check out the history of snow in the Somerset Hills in New Jersey - https://t.co/dMlEUlRWfT https://t.co/Jsoqyh2Uo3 mrlocalhistory photo

PREVIEW HELP - Just wrote a fun story. See if Bernards Township people feel the same way. The story.....The 3 greatest historical moments in Basking Ridge history. Am I correct? It was really fun to write. https://t.co/gpQQWqDDgr https://t.co/tTvdBETtfY mrlocalhistory photo

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