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July 01, 1991
Sharon GoldbrennerHAMILTON TOWNSHIP, N.J.Goldbrenner, 30, Trenton State's women's field hockey and lacrosse coach, guided both teams to Division III national titles in 1990-91. In six years at the school, Goldbrenner...
May 26, 1980
Wheels into Somerville, N.J. pretty much as it does in small towns across the land, with a gusto lost to big cities. Rags wave, bands play, Boy Scouts march and the fire engine gleams, a hearty endorsement of...
May 26, 1980 | Sarah Pileggi
Somerville is a quiet town of 13,300 souls, the sort of place that probably saw its best years in the closing decades of the last century, when there were trolley tracks on Main Street and lofty elms for shade in the...
June 20, 1966
John Aschen, a 20-year-old bookkeeper from The Bronx, set a new American 50-mile bicycling record as he won the Tour of Somerville (N.J.) race in one hour 59 minutes 29.4 seconds over Alan Bell of Somerville, who...
June 15, 1964
Hans Wolf of Ozone Park, N.Y., pedaled out of a pack of 166 starters to win the 21st annual Tour of Somerville (N.J.) 50-mile bicycle race in the record time of l:59:43.9 and became the first cyclist in the U.S. to...