Hunterdon Regional Cancer Center earns the 2015 Women's Choice Award as one of America's Best Hospitals for Cancer Care.
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On November 15, 2008, Roman Jewelers in Flemington held a fundraiser for the Hunterdon Regional Cancer Center at their store in Renaissance Plaza. This event featured jewelry by Italian designer Roberto Coin and live music by Strawberry Fields (part of the cast from Beatlemania on Broadway).
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Hunterdon Medical Center earns the 2015 Women's Choice Award as one of America's Best Hospitals for Obstetrics.
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Hunterdon Women's Imaging Center Features Leading-edge technology in a tranquil environment. Visit Us: http://www.hunterdonhealthcare.org/womensimaging Or Give us a call: 855-488-2934
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Hunterdon Radiology provides a full line of comprehensive diagnostic radiology studies. We are located at 1 Dogwood Drive in Annandale, NJ. For more information, call 908-735-4477 or visit hunterdonradiology.com.
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State Senate President Steve Sweeney visits HUMC Cancer Center
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On August 26, 2014, at a press conference in Roselle with local officials, Senate President Steve Sweeney discussed the need to put more money in the New Jersey Transportation Trust Fund.
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The Center for Advanced Pain Management at Hunterdon Medical Center offers patients comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach to chronic pain. Learn More: http://www.hunterdonhealthcare.org/painmanagement
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December 26, 2011... ...waves calmly crashing ashore. Seagulls having a good time. One doesn't like when I get too close and decides to fly away.
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NJCEED - October 2, 2012 (Transcript Below) Governor Christie: It is a really impressive place, and the regional cancer center here is an extraordinary asset to the people of this community, and you can tell from walking around and talking to them, I got a chance to meet with some patients, and the one thing that was absolutely universal was how much they love this place, how warm it is and how kindly they believe they're treated. And for folks going through cancer treatment, that sense of kindness and warmth from the place where you have to go through this treatment, is a significant asset that you can't put a dollar value on, that we know makes an extraordinary difference. I also got a chance to speak to a couple of folks who have been through the program and are on the other side now, and are fine, are healthy, and that's always great to see. That's what we're shooting for. The Cancer Education and Early Detection Program, New Jersey CEED, is an important part of filling that gap between Medicaid patients and insured patients. There's always a gap of folks there who don't fall into either category, and we shouldn't allow those folks to go without early detection and screening, because we know not only will it help to save lives, which first and foremost is what we're all about, but in the long run it saves money too, so we can detect these folks early, we can get them less invasive, less extensive treatment to deal with the problem they have, and that's going to save money in the long run for the system because they won't have to go through all of that other treatment. So it makes sense to make this investment, not only from a health-care perspective but from an economic perspective also.
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At a town hall meeting in Keansburg, NJ to discuss his "Sandy Bill of Rights," New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney, D-Gloucester, Cumberland and Salem, says the focus should not be on partisan finger-pointing, but rather about helping New Jersey families recover from the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy.
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New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a 2016 Republican presidential candidate, on Tuesday nominated as state Treasurer an executive of a research firm whose founder was instrumental in guiding Ronald Reagan's supply-side economic theories. Christie tapped Ford M. Scudder, the chief operating officer of Nashville-based economic research and consulting firm Laffer Associates, to replace Andrew Sidamon-Eristoff, who left the administration in July. Arthur Laffer, the firm's founder, is sometimes called the father of supply-side economics and advised former U.S. President Ronald Reagan, as well as former U.K. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, on fiscal policy. Scudder's nomination comes as New Jersey struggles with ballooning public pension costs, a more sluggish economic recovery than neighboring states and a nearly insolvent transportation fund. Wall Street credit rating agencies rank the state the second lowest in the nation, behind only Illinois. "The unique approach Ford brings will help build on my administration's approach to responsible management of the state's finances and prudent oversight of taxpayer funds," Christie said in a statement. "I look forward to his insights on fiscal and tax policy solutions that will continue growing our economy and bringing much-needed relief to the burden shouldered by New Jersey taxpayers," Christie said. Scudder and Laffer together have penned opinion pieces advocating for Reaganesque public fiscal policies. In the Wall Street Journal in 2012, they wrote that the U.S. "cannot have a prosperous economy when government is overspending, raising tax rates, printing too much money, overregulating and restricting the free flow of goods and services across national boundaries." Scudder's family history in the Princeton, New Jersey area dates back to the 1600s, Christie's statement said. The state Senate, run by Democrats, must approve Scudder's nomination. New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney said he had concerns about Scudder's nomination. "He is deeply tied to a failed economic philosophy that treated working people and the poor with disdain," Sweeney said in a statement. "We should disown the trickle-down, Laffer philosophy and invest in the people of New Jersey in ways that extend economic opportunities to everyone."
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Chopped romaine lettuce grown around Yuma, Arizona, is being blamed for the E. coli outbreak that sickened at least seven New Jersey residents and 35 people across 11 states last week. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
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In this video, shot at last week's Building One New Jersey dinner, Senate President Steve Sweeney lays out the reasons why New Jersey millionaires and billionaires should be taxed at a higher income tax rate, particularly in the wake of the destruction caused by Hurricane Sandy, when people who have far less are struggling to rebuild.
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Preceding Governor Christie's State of the State message, NJ Senate President Steve Sweeney addresses the challenges that homeowners, business owners and the entire State are facing in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, and the efforts to rebuild the areas affected by the storm better than before.
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Here is a slideshow of photos from the action in the non-conference contest between West Windsor-Plainsboro South and North Hunterdon in the Coaches vs. Cancer Shootout at Montgomery High School. West Windsor-Plainsboro South got off to a 4-0 start before North Hunterdon fought back with a 12-3 spurt that was capped by a Mike DelSantro three for a 12-7 lead with three minutes left in the first. The Lions then added another six unanswered points including a second DelSantro three for an eleven point lead before West Windsor-Plainsboro South connected on a three pointer to close the gap to 18-11 with a minute to go in the first. North Hunterdon then closes out the first by scoring the last four points for a 22-11 lead heading into the second. The Lions began the second like they ended the first by scoring 8 of the first 10 points including another DelSantro three for a 30-13 lead midway through the frame. The Lions kept its 17 point cushion going into the half. After North Hunterdon opened the third with the first four points, West Windsor-Plainsboro went on an 8-4 run to pull within 17 again at 40-23 with 2:30 remaining in the third. Following another WWP-South score to close the gap to 40-25, the Lions scored 8 unanswered in a little over a minute including two scores by Andrew Berger for a 48-25 lead with 58.5 seconds left in the third. Berger added a follow in the closing seconds of the third for a commanding 50-25 Lions lead heading into the fourth. North Hunterdon led 58-29 at one point in the fourth thanks to the efforts of Paul Woolhouse before West Windsor-Plainsboro South led by Demetrius Worley finished the game on an 18-4 tear for the 62-47 North Hunterdon win.
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Prior to Governor Christie's State of the State address, New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney, D-Gloucester, Cumberland and Salem, discusses the economic hardships that many face in the Garden State today, and why the Governor and his Administration have to work with the Legislature to advance a jobs package to put people back to work and grow the middle class.
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In this video, New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney, D-Gloucester, Cumberland and Salem, talks about his proposal which would require towns to share services when such service sharing agreements can create tax savings for residents, or forfeit State aid.
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This performance will be in the running to represent Groove Dance Competition at the 2017 Industry Dance Awards and Cancer Benefit Show. "The 12 Step Program" performed in Chester, NJ (Early) by Generations Of Dance. Groovecompetition.com IndustryDanceAwards.com
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Earlier this week at the New Jersey Business and Industry Association annual public policy forum held at the Woodbridge Renaissance Hotel, Senate President Steve Sweeney laid out the reasons why business leaders should support a minimum wage increase tied to the rate of inflation.
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On September 25, 2014 at Wynona's House in Newark, Senate President Steve Sweeney held a press conference with state and local officials, and advocates to talk about the need to create a statewide network of Child Advocacy Centers to help children who are the victims of abuse and violence. He tied a blue ribbon outside of Wynona's House to raise awareness of child abuse.
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