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Letter to the Editor: Native pollinator gardens

To the Editor, You have the key to unlock the tool chest to rejuvenate and save the most basic foundation needed to support human life. “And...
Scott Jacobs

Three candidates vie for three open seats on Cranbury’s school board

When Cranbury residents head to the polls in November they will elect the three candidates to fill the three open seats on the Cranbury...

A home energy assistance program is available for residents in Mercer County

Residents in Mercer County that are in need of home energy assistance can apply for help through a state program operated by the county. The...

Four candidates battle for two seats on Cranbury Township Committee

Four candidates in Cranbury are running for two open seats on the Cranbury Township Committee in the general election on Nov. 5. The four candidates...

Princeton High football continues to strive for its first win

The Princeton High School football team, in its quest for a victory, has not stopped battling each week to overcome opponents. The Little Tigers, who...

Family Resource Network opens new facility in East Windsor

The Family Resource Network (FRN) announced the official opening of its new facility located at 50 Millstone Rd, Building 300 Suite 201, East Windsor. The...

Princeton Eye Group announces benefit concert at Hopewell Theater

Singer Songwriter Jill Sobule will headline a benefit concert at the Hopewell Theater on Nov. 12  at 7 p.m. Proceeds from the concert will benefit the...

12th Man TD Club unveils latest player of the week honors

The 12th Man TD Club of Robbinsville has selected the players of the week for week five of the high school football season. The...

Central Jersey Top 10: Notre Dame holds down No. 1 spot despite pressure from...

Notre Dame High School is still the No. 1 football team in the Central Jersey Top 10, but the Shore Conference and Greater Middlesex...

Cranbury Public Library officials vie for state funding for a new library

Cranbury Public Library officials are ready to continue the process of securing funds for a stand-alone public library in town. As of now, officials have...

The State We’re In 10/11: Massive bird losses should be ‘a rallying call to...

By Michele S. Byers Bird watchers all over New Jersey have been feeling something amiss. "I see lots of backyard birds like cardinals and robins, but...

Solutions 10/11: Preserving a neighborhood environment

By Huck Fairman This column has mostly reported on environmental challenges and responses, local, regional and global. The town of Princeton, and its institutions, have been...

Baxter Construction receives two Master Design Awards from “Qualified Remodeler” magazine

For the third consecutive year, Baxter Construction has been recognized for outstanding achievement in "Qualified Remodeler’s" Master Design Awards contest. Two local projects of historical significance...

Burlington Mercer Chamber of Commerce to hold networking event

Burlington County business professionals and locals alike are invited to participate in a networking event this month. The Burlington Mercer Chamber of Commerce will serve...

Cranbury Arts Council brings Halloween spirit to festival

Cranbury families will experience another year of frights and scares through the arts council’s Halloween festival. On Oct. 19, the festival on the Cranbury School's...

12th Man TD Club selects players of the week for week four

The 12th Man TD Club of Robbinsville has selected the players of the week for week four of the high school football season. The...

Mercer County Sheriff to collect unused, expired prescriptions

Mercer County Sheriff Jack Kemlar announced the opportunity to dispose of unneeded and expired prescription drugs during the National Drug Take-Back Day on Oct....

Central Jersey Top 10: Notre Dame rises to No. 1 as Mater Dei falls

The Mater Dei Prep football team held onto the No. 1 spot in the Central Jersey Top 10 for the last three weeks of...
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Trenton Punk Rock Flea Market: Halloween Edition!

Sun, Oct 20 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Trail and Treat Bike Ride

Sun, Oct 20 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Haunted River Walk

Thu, Oct 24 - Sat, Oct 26 7:00 pm - 9:15 pm

Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

Thu, Oct 24 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Halloween Ghost Tour & Cemetery Visit

Fri, Oct 25 12:00 am

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