Day: February 11, 2020

Robbinsville Boys Basketball Clinches Valley Division With Win Over Steinert

February 11, 2020

ROBBINSVILLE, NJ (MERCER)–The Robbinsville boys basketball team clinched the Valley Division 2019-2020 title tonight with their win against Steinert. Final Score 53-38

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Hightstown Boys Basketball Clinch Colonial Division With Win Against Notre Dame High School In OT

February 11, 2020

HIGHTSTOWN, NJ (MERCER)–The Hightstown boys basketball team are the 2019-2020 Colonial Division Champions after their win against Notre Dame tonight at home. Final Score Hightstown 67 Notre Dame 64 in overtime.

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Allentown’s Police Officers ask for your support in SNOWBOWL 2020 for the Special Olympics on March 7th.

Allentown’s Police Officers are once again raising money to play in the SNOWBOWL on March 7, 2020.  The SNOWBOWL is a Law Enforcement football tournament, which raises money that is donated to the SPECIAL OLYMPICS.  This event is held at the New York Giants Stadium, also known as the Met Life Stadium.  Our Officers will once again team up with Officers from both the Eatontown Borough and Pemberton Borough Police Departments to support of the SPECIAL OLYMPICS. We are asking seeking donations for this wonderful cause. 

To make a donation visit this website,, to access the Jersey Shore Enforcers webpage.  If you scroll down the page and look to the right, you find my name, Christopher Poss, listed. Click on that name.  You will see a red donate tab. Click it. You can donate any amount you wish. As a team, the Jersey Shore Enforcers need to raise $1,100.00 by March 5, 2020 in order to participate in this event. We are grateful for any help and support you can provide.   Donations may also be made by writing out a check out to the SPECIAL OLYMPICS and mailing it or dropping it off to the Allentown Borough Police Department at 8 North Main Street. The Allentown Police Department will issue one check to the SPECIAL OLYMPICS for the Jersey Shore Enforcers Team.

If you are a business owner, we have sponsorship opportunities available. Please consider making a donation and giving us your logo for our team t-shirt or sweatshirt.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at 609-259-3492.  Again, we appreciate all of your support as we attempt to raise funds for the SPECIAL OLYMPICS. 


Officer Christopher Poss
Allentown Police Department

Senior Wellness Event on February 19th at 10AM at the Allentown First Aid Squad Building.

ALLENTOWN, NJ (MONMOUTH)–A FREE Senior Wellness Program is being offered by the Allentown Senior Committee and the Visiting Nurse Association of Central Jersey. The event will take place on Wednesday, February 19th from 10AM to 12PM at the Allentown First Aid Squad Building. This event is also open to all seniors ages 55 and older who reside in Monmouth County. A nurse will be available to answer your questions about health care.

For 40 years, the VNA Senior Wellness Program has been helping older adults achieve and maintain their highest level of health and well-being.  VNA nurses provide individualized health and wellness assessments and disease prevention and detection coaching so older adults can focus on living life to their fullest. You can speak with a nurse in your neighborhood about: cardiovascular assessment, medication review and education, nutrition and diet, disease specific education, depression screenings, assessment of appropriate health screenings, community resources, flu vaccines, and educational talks on most health topics. 

For more information about the Senior Wellness Program please contact: Leanora Chojnowski, RN, at 856-619-4445.