The stands have been crowded for the Red Devils Football four winning games this season, but let's hope fans don't get too spoiled and forget to cheer on the Red Devils in green. This Friday's game left Somerville trailing by 46 points by the end of the night.
Bargain hunters snapped up such finds as childrens' raincoats and boots on the first day of the fall rummage sale in Far Hills to benefit the Basking Ridge-based Visiting Nurse Association of Somerset Hills. But Sunday remains the day when shoppers can find deep discounts on what's left.
The League of Women Voters of Somerset County with the Ridge High School Empowerment for Political Participation (REPP) will again host a forum with Bernards Township Board of Education Candidates, scheduled with the four candidates seeking three positions on the school board this November. The forum, to be held at Ridge High School on Monday, Oct. 14, will feature comments by the candidates, to be followed by questions from the public.
Sure, the weather's been drop-dead gorgeous, but the Basking Ridge Patch posted a picture of a perfectly blue sky that was overhead the day of the hurricane that struck this area in late August 2011. The township is taking steps to prepare for the next storm, disaster and/or power outage, and here are some steps that residents also should take.
Don't even try arguing with these kids. The Ridge Forensics Club, which includes debaters and other public speakers has been a success story for the previous 12 years. Recently, even before the state season began, Ridge Forensics started their 2013-2014 season by taking the first place team championship title at the 21st annual Yale University invitational. Ridge had last won first place at the event in 2010.
"Inspired by LOve," a fundraiser for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society inspired by Ridge senior field hockey player Lauren Heaslip, brought in close to $3,000 at an ant hockey competition and fundraiser held Monday night at Ridge. The fundraiser was spearheaded by the coaches and Ridge High School's Girls Field Hockey Team. Meanwhile, senior athletes from Ridge teams had as much fun as little kids "battling" it out with giant ant hockey sticks.