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Spotswood police implement procedures for answering calls during coronavirus outbreak

SPOTSWOOD - The Spotswood Police Department will be implementing changes to its normal operations due to the coronavirus outbreak: If you and/or a current or...
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Montgomery Township family tested positive for COVID-19

Three members of a Montgomery Township family, including a student at the Montgomery Lower Middle School, have tested positive for coronavirus, the Montgomery Township...

East Windsor Township closes down some activities

While there have been no reported cases of coronavirus in East Windsor Township, officials are not taking any chances and have suspended some activities...

Second Princeton staffer positive for COVID-19

The second of two Princeton University staffers who attended a party in Princeton last month has tested positive for the coronavirus, or COVID-19, according...
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South River police change operations to ensure safety of officers, residents during coronavirus outbreak

The South River Police Department announced changes to the way officers normally operate and interact with the public due to coronavirus in order to...
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South Brunswick student among two who worked party in Princeton; both test positive for...

SOUTH BRUNSWICK - In the afternoon of March 14, the Middlesex County Department of Health notified South Brunswick Office of Emergency Management that two...
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Metuchen adult self-quarantines after testing positive for COVID-19

METUCHEN - A Metuchen adult in their 50s has tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Mayor Jonathan Busch announced through a social media...
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East Windsor schools go to remote learning

The East Windsor Regional School District is moving ahead with remote learning, beginning March 17, for a two-week period in response to the spread...

Howell schools close, will enact remote learning plan

HOWELL - To help slow the spread of coronavirus, schools in the Howell K-8 School District were closed as of March 16 and students...

Jackson schools close; district enacts remote learning plan

JACKSON - In an attempt to help stop the spread of coronavirus, the Jackson School District has closed until further notice and students will...

Princeton mayor declares a state of emergency

Mayor Liz Lempert declared a state of emergency in Princeton because of the potential spread of the coronavirus, resulting in the cancellation of municipal...
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Monroe patient with coronavirus now under home quarantine; township declares local State of Emergency

MONROE - Monroe Township was notified late March 13 by the Middlesex County Department of Health that the first township resident tested positive for...
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Wife tests positive for coronavirus; Edison couple cruised together

EDISON - The wife of a man who tested positive for coronavirus earlier this week also contracted the illness. On March 11, a 74-year-old male...
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Princeton woman tests presumptively positive for COVID-19

A 49-year-old Princeton woman has become Princeton's first presumptive positive case of COVID-19, the Princeton Health Department announced on March 13. The woman's test results...
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Update on coronavirus case in East Brunswick: woman was not living in town when...

EAST BRUNSWICK - The woman who tested positive for COVID-19 was not living in East Brunswick with her family at the time of diagnosis,...
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Husband and wife from Woodbridge test presumptive positive for coronavirus

WOODBRIDGE - Mayor John E. McCormac announced that state health officials advised the Woodbridge Township Department of Health & Human Services that two elderly...
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Students in Milltown Public Schools will learn remotely next week

MILLTOWN - Students in Milltown Public Schools will learn remotely next week in the wake of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Schools Superintendent Stephanie Brown,...
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Students in Monroe Township Schools will learn remotely next week

MONROE - Students in the Monroe Township Schools will learn remotely next week in wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Schools Superintendent Dori Alvich sent...
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