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Old Bridge schools, Sodexo deliver breakfast and lunch to students in need

OLD BRIDGE - With remote, online learning in place for the indefinite future, the Old Bridge Township Public School District is providing food services...

East Windsor declares state of emergency

EAST WINDSOR - Although there have been no reported cases of COVID-19 in East Windsor, Mayor Janice S. Mironov has declared a state of...

Sayreville coronavirus cases up to six

SAYREVILLE - With an additional COVID-19 case in Sayreville confirmed on March 20, the most recent total count is six. The Office of Emergency Management...

South River Food Bank seeks donations of non-perishables

SOUTH RIVER - The South River Food Bank is seeking donations of non-perishable food items to help meet the increased need for assistance. The items...
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A pandemic that has impacted all aspects of life

The recent outbreak of COVID-19 is having a trickle down, chain reaction effect on all aspects of life. Emergency response Chief Robert Robinson of the North...

Monmouth County signs emergency declaration; extends restriction for public access through April 3

The Monmouth County Board of Freeholders held a press conference on March 20 to announce the signing of a Monmouth County Emergency Declaration. “Our top...
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Opinion: Being outdoors could help reduce COVID-19

To the Editor: We got the hand-washing messaging down: Do it and do it for 20 seconds. We got the social proximity rules knocked: Avoid. But what...
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Riverside teacher has tested positive for COVID-19

A teacher at Princeton's Riverside Elementary School has tested positive for COVID-19, Princeton Health Officer Jeffrey Grosser announced March 19. The teacher, who does not...
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Fifth Princeton resident confirmed to have coronavirus

A fifth Princeton resident has been confirmed to have contracted COVID-19, Princeton Health Officer Jeffrey Grosser said March 19. The individual is a close contact...
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Four members of family succumb to coronavirus

Four members of the same family with ties to Freehold have died of the coronavirus. As of March 23, the individuals who have died are...

Outbreak of novel coronavirus hits home in Metuchen with passing of former council member

METUCHEN - The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has hit home with the passing of former Councilman Richard Weber, Mayor Jonathan Busch said in a...

University security officer claims he was fired over coronavirus transport disagreement

A former Princeton University security officer is claiming he and one other former security officer were fired after they refused to transport potentially contagious...
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Sayreville announces three additional coronavirus cases

SAYREVILLE - Mayor Victoria Kilpatrick received notification that Sayreville has three additional confirmed cases of COVID-19. The total is now five as of March 19. "Please...
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Middlesex County College responds to coronavirus; part-time staffer tests positive

Middlesex County College (MCC) has taken a number of steps recently to combat the spread of coronavirus, including: Instituting additional cleaning and disinfecting protocols...
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Cranbury’s officials address plan for municipal operations during outbreak

Members of the Cranbury Township Committee have modified municipal operations to enhance social distancing in regard to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. The decision was...
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Third resident from South Brunswick tests positive for COVID-19

SOUTH BRUNSWICK - On March 19, South Brunswick officials were notified that a third resident has tested positive for COVID-19. The woman in her 70s...
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Two new positive COVID-19 cases reported in Edison; total is now 10

EDISON - Ten total positive COVID-19 cases have been reported in Edison, after two more were announced in the afternoon of March 19. The cases...
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Kosher Meals on Wheels continues to serve community in wake of COVID-19

MILLTOWN - In the midst of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the Kosher Meals on Wheels program "will run as normal as possible for...
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