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Institute where Einstein spent his career undergoes major renovations

After nearly a century without major renovations, the building housing offices and library stacks for the Institute for Advanced Study — the independent post-doctoral...
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High school ice hockey season delayed with state’s temporary suspension of indoor sports

The Princeton High School (PHS) and Hopewell Valley Central High School (HVCHS) athletic departments, along with others statewide, are now adapting to Gov. Phil...

NAMI Hearts & Minds presentation focuses on wellness for those with mental illness

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Hearts & Minds is a presentation focusing on inner and outer wellness for people living with a mental...

Cranbury Public Library to receive $2.32 million in state funds for library building project

The Cranbury Public Library Board of Trustees will receive $2.32 million in state grant funding from the New Jersey Construction Bond Act for a...

Rutgers leading coronavirus therapeutic clinical trial that focuses on cases with mild symptoms

  Researchers are investigating a potential treatment for people recently diagnosed with SARS-CoV-2 who have no or mild symptoms   Rutgers is leading a clinical trial assessing the...

Cranbury police chief briefs officials about fatal car crash on Route 130

The Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office and Cranbury Police Department’s investigation of the fatal three-vehicle collision that occurred near the intersection of Route 130 north...
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Middlesex County surrogate announces retirement 

After 28 years of service, Middlesex County Surrogate Kevin J. Hoagland will retire effective Dec. 1. Hoagland was first elected as surrogate in 1992, making...

Common calendar, Packet papers, November 27

Ongoing The Metlar-Bodine House Museum has reopened after months of closure due to COVID-19. Discover Piscataway’s exceptional 354-year-old back story told in a docent-led tour. Learn...
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‘Santa land’ scene in Cranbury creates holiday cheer

Cranbury Township Committeeman James Taylor and his family created a Santa land of inflatables on the family's yard. "We’ve done blow ups for a few...

Democratic Assemblywoman Nancy Pinkin wins county clerk election

EAST BRUNSWICK--Assemblywoman and East Brunswick resident Nancy Pinkin has won 223,186 votes, making her Middlesex County's newest clerk. Republican and South Plainfield Councilman Joseph Wolak...

Gov. signs laws to bring changes to the use of body worn cameras by...

Gov. Phil Murphy has signed two pieces of legislation into law (S-1163 and A-4312) which concern the use of body worn cameras by members...
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Cranbury Township moves ahead with scenic overlay ordinance

Cranbury’s Township Committee introduced a scenic overlay corridor zone ordinance earlier this month, as part of checking off a long-awaited master plan agenda item...

Princeton resident reunites with fellow Mouseketeers to record holiday album

One of "The All-New Mickey Mouse Club" cast members from the 1990s has reunited with her fellow Mouseketeers to record a special holiday album. "Why?...

Common calendar, Packet papers, November 20

Ongoing The Metlar-Bodine House Museum has reopened after months of closure due to COVID-19. Discover Piscataway’s exceptional 354-year-old back story told in a docent-led tour. Learn...

Cranbury Township Committee members weigh in on recreational marijuana

Lawmakers in New Jersey’s state legislature are continuing to work on legislation regarding the legalization of recreational marijuana in the state. However, as of Nov....
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Daniel’s Law, named after North Brunswick man killed by crazed lawyer, protects privacy of...

Gov. Phil Murphy signed legislation (A1649) which protects the home addresses and telephone numbers of judges, prosecutors and law enforcement officers from public disclosure.The...

High school students invited to enter substance use prevention messages through original music

High school students are invited to enter their substance use prevention messages through their original music as part of the music and song writing...
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