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Cranbury police officers, residents will meet for National Night Out

The Cranbury Police Department’s National Night Out event is returning to Village Park after being canceled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. National Night...

Laura Wooten’s Law will require civics to be taught in middle school

If there is one thing that defined Laura Wooten, it was her unwavering dedication to the election process in her community and in the...

Common calendar, Packet papers, July 23

Ongoing   Rise is collecting donations of backpacks and school supplies for local students of all ages from elementary school to high school that will be...
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Cranbury Township prohibits outdoor storage of deicing materials

Members of the Cranbury Township Committee have adopted an ordinance prohibiting the outside storage of deicing material. Mayor Mike Ferrante, Deputy Mayor Barbara Rogers, Township...
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Lawsuit filed to prevent mandatory masks in schools

Aiming to prevent re-imposing mandatory mask-wearing when students head back to school in September, a group of parents and students is suing Gov. Phil...
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A ‘small town summer’ takes place in Cranbury

Already underway, Summer Recreation Camp has returned for children and families in Cranbury after being canceled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The 2021...

Middlesex County makes it easy to find healthy foods with new interactive map

Finding fruits and vegetables just got a whole lot easier thanks to Middlesex County’s new Accessing Healthy Foods interactive map. This tool helps county residents...

Common calendar, Packet papers, July 16

Ongoing       Princeton Girlchoir and Princeton Boychoir are auditioning new choristers for the 2021-22 season. Any child entering grades 3-12 this fall is welcomed. Both choirs are programs...
Photo courtesy of Laura Zurfluh

Indivisible Cranbury rally focuses on voting rights

Indivisible Cranbury's Deadline for Democracy tabling event produced 65 signatures for petitions to show support for two voting rights before Congress. Attendees signed petitions to...

Cranbury Township prohibits recreational cannabis businesses

After months of discussion and debate, members of the Cranbury Township Committee voted unanimously to adopt an opt-out ordinance prohibiting all recreational cannabis businesses...

New assistant principal at Princeton High School

Stephanie Greenberg, who has served as the Princeton Public Schools supervisor of Humanities for grades 7-12, has been named to be one of three...

Cranbury police officers to wear body cameras

Cranbury Police Department officers are now outfitted with body-worn cameras. The announcement was made by Chief of Police Michael Owens in a quarterly report released...

Middlesex College, Jewish Family Services receive funding to provide resources to juvenile detention centers...

Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal highlighted an effort by the Juvenile Justice Commission (JJC), in conjunction with the Governor’s Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention...

Common calendar, Packet papers, July 9

Ongoing   Through Sept. 30, Somerset County residents can apply with the Somerset County Office on Aging and Disability Services to receive $30 worth of farmers’...

Indivisible Cranbury to hold local rally on voting rights

The U.S. Supreme Court’s recent 6-3 decision, which upheld two of Arizona’s election laws from 2020, has prompted a voting rights rally this weekend...

‘Moth-ers’ ‘shine a light on’ 10th observance of moths in their local habitats

National Moth Week (NMW) is marking its 10th year July 17-25 with a call to young people around the world to learn about and...
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Cranbury Princeton students receive scholarships from Cranbury Lions Club

The Cranbury Lions Club has selected five Cranbury students for its annual scholarships program. During the first in-person dinner meeting after the pandemic in June,...
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Celebrate Patriotism Month with storytimes, activities, play performances

The Arts Institute of Middlesex County is presenting, promoting and supporting a multitude of arts and culture events, exhibitions and shows throughout July that...
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