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Rowan University and Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) have recently enriched their partnership to create more opportunities for students who seek careers in growing... [Read More]
Children with special needs in Burlington County will have a new opportunity to safely participate in a family-fun Halloween activity, coinciding with a partnership between... [Read More]
Behind Stuart Country Day School, the private girls school nestled in a wooded section of Princeton, math and economics teacher Sean Malloy recently came face... [Read More]
Like many eclectic businesses in Bordentown City, Gail Force Winds is a new, intimate shop that offers a variety of handmade goods. The business, which... [Read More]
Plenty of treats, but no tricks, will be on hand for bicyclists young and old who take part in the Lawrence Hopewell Trail's annual Trail... [Read More]
If Charlie Gallagher needed to know anything more about the character of his Princeton High football team, it was on full display last Friday night. [Read More]
As Election Day approaches, chances are most Cranbury residents might have seen a Michael J. Ferrante lawn sign, shaken Jay Taylor's hand or spoken to... [Read More]
The efforts of roughly 40 local volunteers for a beautification project at Woodfern Elementary School came to fruition, addressing some key areas around the building... [Read More]
Operation Medicine Cabinet, which aims to collect unwanted medicine, will be open for business at the East Windsor Township Police Department/Municipal Court building at 80... [Read More]
Daniel J. Dart has been a regular at Princeton Public Schools Board of Education meetings this year, someone who is looking to go from an... [Read More]
Princeton officials plan to reconstruct Bank Street next summer, in a project that also will see the first phase of renovating historic Nassau Street. The... [Read More]
By Jimin Kang Contributor Professor Allan Sly, 36, was in his office when he received a call from the MacArthur Foundation congratulating him on his... [Read More]
Despite continuing opposition from some parents, Lawrence Township Public Schools officials are standing firm in their decision to employ a handful of security personnel who... [Read More]
The developer of a proposed warehouse on Princess Road, Lawrence Township, next to the Kramer Beverage Co. warehouse, will have to wait until the end... [Read More]
Eight Lawrence Township residents who are vying for four seats on the Lawrence Township Public Schools Board of Education will make their case at a... [Read More]
To the editor: In an October 3 letter, Rev. Moore urged voters who care about peace to vote for Senator Bob Menendez. I disagree. Senator... [Read More]
To the editor: I am writing to urge Princeton voters to join me in voting for Brian McDonald for Board of Education, ballot position #5.... [Read More]
Shore Regional High School advanced all the way to the NJSIAA Group 1 girls' tennis tournament championship on Oct. 18 at Mercer County Park in... [Read More]
Holmdel High School won its fifth straight NJSIAA Group 2 girls' tennis tournament championship on Oct. 18 at Mercer County Park, West Windsor. Holmdel beat... [Read More]
Princeton University Concerts has been celebrating its 125th season. Each year, musicians from all over the globe visit Princeton University, where they perform. Their work... [Read More]
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