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Princeton Administrator Marc Dashield, who has held the Municipality of Princeton's top administrative post for six years, will retire early next year. Dashield will be... [Read More]
A collaborative effort through South Brunswick High School (SBHS) is spreading awareness of drug prevention by educating youth in the community about the dangers of... [Read More]
Member of the Township Committee have passed a resolution which designates Freehold Township as a stigma-free community. According to the resolution, a stigma-free community seeks... [Read More]
Allentown High School girls soccer coach Kim Maurer and her players went against the norm most schools followed during 2020 and waited to hold the... [Read More]
Over the years, many of Jackson's old buildings have disappeared: The Red Men's Lodge, the Cassville Church and the Daughter's of Liberty Hall, to note... [Read More]
The Monmouth Regional Chamber of Commerce (MRCC), a nonprofit volunteer organization that serves as a resource leader for businesses and the Monmouth County community, will... [Read More]
The Rutgers Cooperative Extension Water Resources Program decided to come full circle to the place where its very first rain garden was built in 2004... [Read More]
Township officials are taking a look at Old Matawan Road and the Route 35 Laurence Harbor Parkway as areas in need of redevelopment and rehabilitation.... [Read More]
EAST BRUNSWICK–Complete with food, a petting zoo and games, Lightbridge Academy's newest East Brunswick location held its grand opening event to help raise money for... [Read More]
Bordentown family physician Mary F. Campagnolo, MD, MBA, FAAFP, was recently elected to the Board of Directors of the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP),... [Read More]
When thinking about a recipe for the inaugural national recipe contest in the Fresh Cravings Walmart Associate Cookoff, Touraine Jones thought a ramen noodle dish... [Read More]
Gov. Phil Murphy has signed Executive Order No. 192 which he said will provide mandatory health and safety standards to protect all of New Jersey's... [Read More]
MONROE – An employee of the Monroe Township Department of Public Works Road Division tested positive for COVID-19, according to reports on Oct. 28. The DPW... [Read More]
A Monmouth County road that has been the scene of several fatal accidents over the years is still in line for improvements. In late 2019,... [Read More]
The Township Council has plans to create a second off-leash dog park in Jackson. During a meeting on Oct. 27, council President Alexander Sauickie, Vice... [Read More]
Municipals officials in Jackson have placed their stamp of approval on a plan to purchase a 4-acre parcel on Cassville Road and to preserve the... [Read More]
For the fourth time since June 14, South Brunswick has seen its weekly COVID-19 positive cases in the double digits, with 24 new cases reported... [Read More]
Old Bridge officials reported 56 new positive COVID-19 cases over a seven-day period, which brings the total number of cases to 1,557, according to Old... [Read More]
Classic Radio Road Show is now offering radio plays on its new website, www.classicradioroadshow.org On Nov. 14, the group will premiere its production of "Roadside,"... [Read More]
Burlington County's new Minority and Equality Rights Task Force will host its first public forum as part of the group's ongoing review of social justice... [Read More]
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