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History of the Holocaust course completed by area educators

NEW BRUNSWICK/PISCATAWAY - Fourteen educators from across New Jersey participated in an intensive professional development course on the history of the Holocaust at Rutgers. Now...

State Theatre holds Partners’ breakfast

NEW BRUNSWICK - The State Theatre New Jersey will hold a Partners’ Breakfast on Wednesday, July 27, from 8 a.m. -9:45 a.m. This free networking...

Carteret hires new police officers

CARTERET - Mayor Dan Reiman and Councilwoman Susan Naples announced the addition of 14 new officers to the Carteret police department. Of the new officers,...

New caregiver support group for those under age 75

    PRINCETON - Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Greater Mercer County has announced a new Caregiver Support Group for those under the age of...

Area blood drives being held

New Jersey Blood Services is conducting blood drives which are open to the public. The following drives are scheduled: Monday, Aug. 1, New Brunswick Donor Center,...

Memorial Fund President makes statement on police fatalities

Below is a statement in response to the July 17 Louisiana officer fatalities by Memorial Fund President and CEO Craig W. Floyd: WASHINGTON — Today,...

Five historic flags in ‘Seeing Stars’ exhibit moving to other museums

HIGHLANDS -- The new "Seeing Stars" exhibit at the Twin Lights Museum has been setting attendance records thanks in large part to the “wow"...

Oasis Church to celebrate racial unity with service, concert and picnic

PLAINFIELD -- In response to the recent shootings in Dallas and Baton Rouge and rising racial tensions in communities, Oasis Church is inviting local community...

Over 50 area restaurants to celebrate ‘Eat Drink Local Week’

The fifth annual "Eat Drink Local Week," which celebrates the bounty of New Jersey farmers and the culinary skills of dozens of the state’s most...
Rebecca Nowalski

Jehovah Witnesses hold convention in Trenton

TRENTON - Jehovah’s Witnesses will hold its  2016 'Remain Loyal to Jehovah!” Conventions in countries around the world (JW.ORG) and the public is invited to...

Arts in the Park coming to Highland Park

HIGHLAND PARK - Main Street Highland Park is seeking artists, vendors, and sponsors for our 12th annual Arts in the Park street festival, juried...

Adoptees can apply to access birth records

TRENTON -- In the second phase of implementing New Jersey’s new adoption law, the Department of Health has made forms available for adoptees to...
Eric Sucar

Special events and markets celebrate arrival of Jersey peaches

GLASSBORO -- Finally, after the vagaries of spring weather, New Jersey’s own locally grown peaches are hitting the markets, and the New Jersey Peach...

East Brunswick welcomes Park Chateau Estate and Gardens

EAST BRUNSWICK -- The owners of catering facilities, Nanina’s in the Park and The Park Savoy Estate, have announced their newest endeavor in catering excellence...
Eric Sucar

Something sweet in Plainsboro

PLAINSBORO TOWNSHIP - Here's something sweet for a summer treat! The township of Plainsboro will be holding not one, but two more dancing and dessert...

Hindu festivals now listed on BOE religious excused absences

In its recently adopted resolution "The List of Religious Holidays Permitting Student Absence from School," the New Jersey State Board of Education (NJSBE) listed...

National Officers Memorial Fund honors fallen Dallas police

WASHINGTON - As dawn broke over our country, we were left to witness the aftermath of a horrific tragedy. In a matter of hours,...

NJ DOH provides tips to avoid heat exhaustion and stroke

“Illnesses caused by excessive heat can require hospitalization at times and even be a life-threatening condition,” said Health Commissioner Cathleen D. Bennett. “In extremely...
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