Eating at all 11 pizza shops in hillsborough NJ

Eating at all 11 pizza shops in hillsborough NJ

Challenge. Eat once slice of pizza at every pizza place on your town. Can Raf eat one slice at all of them? (correction one of them is Damianis not Giovannis) Bellas 00:24 Lennys 00:43 Joes 1:17 Roman Gormet 2:46 VIctors 3:49 Angelos 4:09 Alfonsos 4:20 Panatierris 5:02 Pizza Brothers 5:25 AMA Pizza 6:22 Damianis 6:53 Not a pizza shop 7:23 Marianas 7:38 Watch a guy who looks like me throw up. Danny Duncan's one of the best youtubers of all time. https://youtu.be/RwX_Xmnu-9o Merch https://gumroad.com/rafismerch

Hillsborough, NJ - OurTown

Hillsborough, NJ - OurTown

Our Town videos are your access to the communities in which we serve. Visit parks, main streets, shops, neighborhoods... and all the sites that make each New Jersey / New York town unique. Sit back, enjoy, and welcome to Our Town. Welcome to Hillsborough, NJ! Our Town videos are an exclusive feature of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

ANN VAN Skatepark Hillsborough NJ 2019

ANN VAN Skatepark Hillsborough NJ 2019

The crew takes a trip to Ann Van Skatepark in Hillsborough NJ on April 27, 2019. DIY style park, with all sort of rails ledges ramps, and halfpipes. MUSIC: WHOA BENZO - Law & Order PRODUCER: @BSMITH.MEDIA on SoundCloud.

Hillsborough the Good Life Season 4 Episode 1

Hillsborough the Good Life Season 4 Episode 1

Here is the Premiere Episode of Season 4 of Hillsborough The Good LIfe. Featuring Duke Farms and many Summer Activities! Please watch and share! Only 10 Minutes! Hillsborough the Good Life Season 4 Episode 1 History of Hillsborough New Jersey www.hillsborough-nj.org 908 356-4313 Hillsborough is a collection of small villages, each of which has left its own imprint on the Townships history: BELLE MEAD BLACKWELLS MILLS FLAGTOWN NESHANIC SOUTH BRANCH Because Clovis-type spear points have been found in Hillsborough, we must believe that early man arrived at least ten or twelve thousand years ago when the mammoth and mastodon still roamed the area. Artifacts of all of the archaeological periods are present, which indicated continuous occupation until historic times. Hillsborough and the surrounding area were first explored by the Dutch in the middle 17th century. At that time the area was occupied by the Unami Indians who were a part of the Lenapi Tribe. Because they spoke the Algonquin language they were considered part of the Algonquin Nation. Records of the Proprietors and Reeds map of 1685 show that large tracts of land were patented to shareholders in the Proprietorship at a very early date. Some of the earliest land transactions found in the records of Hillsborough begin around 1700 and include the names John Royce, Peter DuMont and Hendrik Beekman. Some of this land lies along what is now South Branch River Road. A short time later farms were carved out of a tract patented to Thomas Barker, whose land was along the Millstone River. In 1676 West Jersey, including the area of Neshanic and South Branch, was sold to William Penn. In 1710 a large interior tract, known as the “Harlingen Tract,” was sold to Dutch investors by Peter Sonmans. A parcel of this tract was set aside for a parsonage lot, but was not used until after the Harlingen Church organized in 1727. Grist mills were one of the earliest industries. Records of mills in the Neshanic area go back to 1692 and perhaps earlier. As early as 1746 a mill was recorded along the Millstone River. Hillsboroughs roads got their names from early records, Hillsborough was also known as Hillsbury and although the records are obscure, some believe the Township was named for Lord Hillsborough. Hillsborough received its Charter on May 29, 1771, and officially became Hillsborough Township. Before that date it was known as the “Westering Precinct of Somerset County”.

HILLSBOROUGH NEW JERSEY WORKING HOUSE FIRE 12/30/18 SOMERSET COUNTY

HILLSBOROUGH NEW JERSEY WORKING HOUSE FIRE 12/30/18 SOMERSET COUNTY

The fire on Starview Drive near Amwell Road in Hillsborough Township was reported to police after midnight Sunday morning. Eight occupants inside the home were alerted by the caller. A person found walking nearby is being questioned by the police. 12/30/18.

Duke Farms Hillsborough NJ

Duke Farms Hillsborough NJ

Duke Farms Hillsborough, NJ

Black River GP9 752 Working Hillsborough NJ

Black River GP9 752 Working Hillsborough NJ

The last stop of the day on April 11th was at Hillsborough NJ to find BR&W 752 working. This is probably the best EMD in the trip state area due to its Nathan P3, great sounding bell, original torpedoes on top, and the amount it smokes. Sadly, the engine only works a huge industrial area and doesn't go on the main. This is located near the NS Lehigh Line, CP Sully.

Hillsborough 7 Hunterdon Central 4 | HS Baseball | Raiders Go Yard Three Times

Hillsborough 7 Hunterdon Central 4 | HS Baseball | Raiders Go Yard Three Times

visit jerseysportszone.com for high definition video highlights and features from NJ high school sports

Hillsborough Township, NJ - 2018 Memorial Day Parade and Garden of Honor Ceremony

Hillsborough Township, NJ -  2018 Memorial Day Parade and Garden of Honor Ceremony

History of Hillsborough New Jersey www.hillsborough-nj.org 908 356-4313 Hillsborough is a collection of small villages, each of which has left its own imprint on the Townships history: BELLE MEAD BLACKWELLS MILLS FLAGTOWN NESHANIC SOUTH BRANCH Because Clovis-type spear points have been found in Hillsborough, we must believe that early man arrived at least ten or twelve thousand years ago when the mammoth and mastodon still roamed the area. Artifacts of all of the archaeological periods are present, which indicated continuous occupation until historic times. Hillsborough and the surrounding area were first explored by the Dutch in the middle 17th century. At that time the area was occupied by the Unami Indians who were a part of the Lenapi Tribe. Because they spoke the Algonquin language they were considered part of the Algonquin Nation. Records of the Proprietors and Reeds map of 1685 show that large tracts of land were patented to shareholders in the Proprietorship at a very early date. Some of the earliest land transactions found in the records of Hillsborough begin around 1700 and include the names John Royce, Peter DuMont and Hendrik Beekman. Some of this land lies along what is now South Branch River Road. A short time later farms were carved out of a tract patented to Thomas Barker, whose land was along the Millstone River. In 1676 West Jersey, including the area of Neshanic and South Branch, was sold to William Penn. In 1710 a large interior tract, known as the “Harlingen Tract,” was sold to Dutch investors by Peter Sonmans. A parcel of this tract was set aside for a parsonage lot, but was not used until after the Harlingen Church organized in 1727. Grist mills were one of the earliest industries. Records of mills in the Neshanic area go back to 1692 and perhaps earlier. As early as 1746 a mill was recorded along the Millstone River. Hillsboroughs roads got their names from early records, Hillsborough was also known as Hillsbury and although the records are obscure, some believe the Township was named for Lord Hillsborough. Hillsborough received its Charter on May 29, 1771, and officially became Hillsborough Township. Before that date it was known as the “Westering Precinct of Somerset County”.

Mom Of NJ Teen Killed By Punch Seeking To Make A Change

Mom Of NJ Teen Killed By Punch Seeking To Make A Change

Sadly, Jared Colon's life ended far too soon after the Hillsborough, New Jersey teen was assaulted at his home, punched in the neck and tragically died. Now, his mother, Beth Colon, is just trying to go on without him and she says that it's the hardest thing she's ever had to do. “He was my world. Everything I did, I did for him,” she shared. The fight started over a disagreement concerning a dirt-bike trail. A local boy has since been arrested in Jared's murder. However, Colon says the Somerset County prosecutor's office hasn't told her much because the suspect is a minor. While Colon knows that there is nothing that can bring her boy back, she is grasping at what she calls the next best thing. “I'm really hoping to affect positive change. A couple of his friends said I'll never throw a punch again and I've looked at them and said ‘you make that promise to me' because if that prevents one kid from getting hurt, whether it ends in a death or a broken jaw or anything, it will be worth it because we helped and made a positive change in our society,” she said. http://www.my9nj.com/story/26745779/mom-of-nj-teen-killed-by-punch-seeking-to-make-a-change

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