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Writer questions ‘benefits’ of Creationism

Some may be unaware, but there is a renewed effort to have “Creationism” taught in...

League calls on citizens to become involved

According to the Pew Research Center, no matter what your party affiliation, there is equal...

Resident: Gov. Murphy has impressive accomplishments

While having lunch with a friend, she asked what Gov. Phil Murphy has done for...

Your Turn: Police cannot continue to treat minorities as inferior

Recently, the world witnessed a murder trial involving former police officer Derek Chauvin who was...

Your Turn: Jewish Federation in the Heart of New Jersey stands with those in Israel

The Jewish Federation in the Heart of New Jersey released the following statement regarding the...

LOOSE ENDS 5/14: Community Police Initiative

By Pam Hersh The bulletin board in Small World Coffee on Witherspoon Street is actually an...

Solutions: State moves toward eliminating single-use plastics

Many are aware of the problems plastics cause in our environments. They threaten, and indeed...
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Opinion: Try something new and put out a bird feeder

It’s spring, which means warm weather, long days and blooming flowers. It also means that...
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Opinion: ‘Thank you’s for remembrance of Mayor Marchand ‘barely scratch the surface of gratitude’

Phyllis Marchand - our mother/wife - thrived on interacting with the people of Princeton in...

On Campus: Taylor Feniello

University of Alabama student Taylor Feniello was named to the Dean’s List for the Fall 2020 semester.  Since graduating from South River High School...

In the Service: U.S. Army Specialist Allen Henry Pashley

U.S. Army Specialist Allen Henry Pashley, son of Dorothy Pashley of Sayreville and Allen Pashley of Sayreville, was awarded the Army Achievement Medal in...

On Campus: Constance Callahan Fiocco

Constance Callahan Fiocco of East Brunswick graduated from Robert Wood Johnson Medical School on May 18. She will be attending Robert Wood School Medical...

Old Bridge Parks and Recreation launches Intergenerational Pen Pal program

The Old Bridge Parks and Recreation Department has launched an Intergenerational Pen Pal Program where local children are partnered with Silver Linings at Old...

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