Cranbury Press

Scott Jacobs

Cranbury Township awards new contract for dredging of Brainerd Lake

Cranbury officials are able to continue with plans to dredge Brainerd Lake later this year after awarding a $3.08 million contract for the project...

Arts Institute of Middlesex County will present programs during Pride Month

The Arts Institute of Middlesex County is presenting a multitude of arts and culture events, exhibitions and shows throughout June, primarily centered around Pride...
Matt Denton

County Corner: D-Day

On the morning of June 6, more than 156,000 Allied troops – consisting of primarily American, British and Canadian soldiers but including troops from...

Common calendar, Packet papers, May 28

Ongoing   The Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber will return to hosting in-person events. The first in-person event on the calendar is June 24’s Business After Business, which...

Jewish organizations hold rallies against antisemitism

Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) was among major Jewish organizations (including American Jewish Committee, The ADL, Hadassah, and the Orthodox Union) who signed...
Photo courtesy of Robert Bolger

Cranbury Republican candidates running unopposed in June 8 primary

With the Republican primary right around the corner, two Republican candidates competing for two seats on the Cranbury Township Committee are running unopposed in...
Photo courtesy of Mike Ferrante

Cranbury Democratic candidates run unopposed in primary on June 8

The upcoming Cranbury Democratic primary in June will feature two candidates seeking to secure two open seats on the Township Committee. The Democratic primary on...

Labyrinth Books to hold book sale May 27-30

Labyrinth Books is holding is spring book sale May 27-30 at the Princeton bookstore, 122 Nassau St. All books and gift items will be discounted. May...

Your Turn: Memorial Day is a time to honor, thank service members for their...

Each year, on the last Monday in May, we celebrate Memorial Day and the unofficial start of summer. We traditionally light up the grill,...

Common calendar, Packet papers, May 21

Ongoing   Princeton Girlchoir (PGC) and Princeton Boychoir (PBC) are now auditioning new choristers for the 2021-22 season. Any child entering grades 3-12 this fall is welcomed. Both...

Rally at Hinds Plaza will call for end to bombing of Gaza

As part of a coalition for justice, Jewish Voices for Peace, American Muslims for Palestine-NJ, Central Jersey Democratic Socialists of America, and Princeton Committee...

SOLUTIONS 5/21: The New Jersey Clean Energy Program

By Huck Fairman New Jersey's Clean Energy Program presented on a Zoom meeting by local Sierra Club member, Kip Cherry and several associates. New Jersey’s Clean...

Concert, Underground Railroad walking tour scheduled in Allentown

ALLENTOWN - Residents of all communities are invited to visit Allentown this summer for a series of special events. “Artist on the Avenue” will be...

Institution celebrates 54th commencement, but first as Middlesex College

It was an historic occasion for Middlesex College: Thursday, May 20, saw the largest class in its history graduate, and the first under its...

Acting principal resigns from Princeton High School

Princeton High School Assistant Principal Jared Warren, who has served as the acting principal at Princeton High School for the past few months, has...

Polos becomes next chairman of Middlesex County Crime Stoppers

The Board of Directors of Middlesex County Crime Stoppers elected H. James Polos as their new chairman at the May meeting of the organization. Polos...

98Strong helps college athletes monetize their name, image and likeness

A changing landscaping is occurring in collegiate athletics as pressure continues to mount on the NCAA about student-athlete’s ability to profit off their name,...

Libraries mark World Day for Cultural Diversity by presenting discussion on combatting Asian American...

AAPI Month: Invisible Wounds - Discussion and Resources on handling Asian American Discrimination will be held at 7 p.m. May 21 by the South...
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