“Remembering Somerville, New Jersey”

Present day Somerville has lots to offer both residents and visitors from eclectic dining choices to quaint shopping and quiet tree lined residential streets scattered with architectural interest. Now a new book offers some insight into Somervilles’ historic past. 

"Remembering Somerville, New Jersey" is a collection of Somerville-oriented columns written by Jessie Havens for the Messenger Gazette weekly newspaper. Havens, a Montgomery resident, wrote about Somerville, Somerset County and New Jersey history for a 25-year period for the newspaper.

The book — edited by Linda Barth — is available for $19.99 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the first-floor service window at Borough Hall.

Philip Decker, chairman of the borough Historical Advisory Committee, also said those interested can reserve a copy by e-mailing the committee at historicadvisory@somervillenj.org or via regular mail. The committee asks that those interested include their name, address and telephone number.

Reserve a copy via regular mail using the following address: Philip J Decker, chairman, Somerville Historic Advisory Committee, Somerville Borough Hall, 25 West End Ave., Somerville, NJ 08876.


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