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Health Department ready to administer Pfizer vaccine to children ages 5-11

Princeton children ages 5-11 will be able to receive the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)’s recent approval of...
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Spotswood High School reports that 11 students test positive for COVID-19 after homecoming dance

SPOTSWOOD - On Oct. 9, 386 students from Spotswood High School attended a homecoming dance, an annual tradition to mark the new school year....

Hopewell Township confirms 79 cases of COVID-19 since late August

The Hopewell Township Health Department has reported that there have been 79 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the township since Aug. 28. Currently, a large...
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Montgomery health officer reports increase in COVID-19 cases; stresses importance of vaccinations

As Pennington and Hopewell Borough residents enter the fall months of 2021, Montgomery Township Health Officer Stephanie Carey warned that her department has seen...

Edison man charged in Paycheck Protection Program scheme

An Edison man was charged related to his alleged role in fraudulently obtaining $1.3 million in federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans and Economic...

Hopewell Township experiences increase in COVID-19 cases

Hopewell Township Health Officer Dawn Marling warned Hopewell Township Committee members and the public of a consistent high level of COVID-19 transmission currently in...

Mercer County continues vaccine pop-up clinics

Mercer County’s vaccine pop-up clinics will be ongoing through at least October. The clinics are will be available from Sept. 3 to Oct. 1. Each...

School district gets $20K grant for STEAM kits

Aiming to help students make up for lost time, the Lawrence Township Education Foundation presented a $20,389.80 grant to school district officials for special...

South Brunswick prepares for beginning of 2021-22 school year

SOUTH BRUNSWICK - Superintendent of Schools Scott Feder repeatedly notes that the South Brunswick School District has learned to "pivot" and pivots well. Much of...
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South Brunswick to hold vaccine clinic on Aug. 27

Through a partnership with Penn Medicine Princeton Health, South Brunswick Mayor Charlie Carley announced a vaccination clinic at the South Brunswick Wellness Center on...

Princeton Health Department reports breakthrough cases with increased COVID-19 case count

As summer winds down, Princeton has been experiencing an increase in positive COVID-19 cases, with breakthrough cases in Princeton having been more than 50%...

Princeton Public Schools prepare to return to school ‘safely’

As the Princeton Public School District gears up for the first day of full-time, in-person learning on Sept. 9, Superintendent of Schools Carol Kelley...
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Cranbury School District plans to keep several safety protocols for 2021-22 school year

As the Cranbury School administration prepares to enter the 2021-22 school year the district will continue to maintain several safety protocols implemented during the...
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Princeton Muni Transit provides free bus rides from Palmer Square

For Libby Zinman Schwartz, restoring the free public transit bus - formerly known as the Princeton FreeB, but now known as Princeton Muni Transit...
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Face mask issue raised at Lawrence school board meeting

The battle between the masks and the mask-nots in school is not over, as some parents urged Lawrence Township Public Schools officials to buck...
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Monroe vaccination rates exceed state averages in every category

MONROE – According to the latest vaccination reports forwarded by Middlesex County from the State of New Jersey Department of Health for the week...
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Metuchen district’s Safe Return to School plan paves way for return to in-person classes

By Gloria Stravelli Correspondent METUCHEN – The school district’s top official outlined plans for the return of students and staff to classes on Sept. 9, which...
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New Bordentown superintendent addresses mask mandate for upcoming school year

The 2021-22 academic year is less than a month away and new Bordentown Regional School District Superintendent Trudy Atkins is looking forward to seeing...
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