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Lawrence Township public schools go to online learning

The Lawrence Township Public School District will move ahead to a virtual/remote learning environment beginning on March 16 in response to the threat posed...

Hopewell Township modifies township operations due to coronavirus

To increase social distancing, Hopewell Township has made modifications to the township operations. The township announced the modifications on March 13, with the changes scheduled...
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Online, remote learning awaits public school students in wake of pandemic

Public schools in Edison, Metuchen and Woodbridge are taking necessary precautions and steps in wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Edison Schools Superintendent Bernard F....
PHOTOS COURTESY OF CHRISTINE SULLIVAN

Jewish Family Services remains open in Milltown and Monroe as crisis center

  Jewish Family Services is a social services agency dedicated to serving the community, particularly in times of great need. Its team is continually monitoring...
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Manalapan resident hospitalized with coronavirus

MANALAPAN - Deputy Mayor Susan Cohen, who serves as Manalapan's public information officer, has reported the township has one presumptive positive case of COVID-19,...

Princeton Public Schools to go to remote learning

The Princeton Public Schools will move ahead with remote learning beginning on March 16 for a two-week period in response to the growing spread...
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NJSIAA cancels remaining boys’ and girls’ basketball state tournaments due to coronavirus

The hardwood has seen its last high school basketball action in the state of New Jersey for this season. The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic...
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Mercer County declares state of emergency due to COVID-19

A county-wide state of emergency has been declared for Mercer County to help coordinate efforts to stem the spread of coronavirus by Mercer County...
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Princeton residents exposed to COVID-19 are improving

Two of the nine Princeton residents who had complained of symptoms of coronavirus after being exposed to it at a party in Princeton have...
PHOTO COURTESY OF JFK MEDICAL CENTER

Hackensack Meridian Health announces visitation restrictions for 30 days

    As situation surrounding COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) continues to evolve and changes occur rapidly, Hackensack Meridian Health (HMH) is restricting visitation across all of its...
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Cornavirus postpones South Brunswick boys’ basketball state semifinal

The South Brunswick High School boys' basketball team will not play its NJSIAA Group 4 semifinal against Atlantic City High School on March 12...
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Area events canceled due to coronavirus concerns

Editor's note: In light of recent events, some organizations have decided to cancel their upcoming programs. Please check the status of any event before...

Arts Council of Princeton postpones Communiversity until October

The Arts Council of Princeton is postponing Communiversity until October in response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. The decision by arts council officials had...
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Allentown events cancelled; URFSD schools closed March 12

ALLENTOWN - Mayor Thomas Fritts has announced that two events scheduled to be held during March in Allentown have been cancelled in the face...
Photo courtesy of Princeton Folk Music Society 

Princeton Folk Music Society cancels Joe Jencks concert

Princeton Folk Music Society's board has decided to cancel Joe Jencks concert on March 20. The concert cancellation is due to concerns about the novel...
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St. Baldrick’s headshaving fundraiser is victim of COVID-19

The annual St. Baldrick's Foundation fundraiser, set for March 14 at Amalfi's Kitchen & Bar at 146 Lawrenceville-Pennington Road, has been canceled at the...

East Brunswick superintendent closes schools after confirmed coronavirus case

    EAST BRUNSWICK--With state officials confirming a case of coronavirus (CONVID-19) in East Brunswick, Superintendent Victor Valeski announced schools will be closed until March 15. On...

Princeton schools slated for early dismissal March 12 and 13 to prepare for COVID-19

The Princeton Public Schools will have back-to-back early dismissal days on March 12 and March 13 so teachers can prepare for remote instruction, if...
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