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Students fire bottle rockets, launch gliders during New Jersey Science Olympiad

EDISON - Students from 27 middle schools and 27 high schools all over New Jersey participated in the 28th annual state final of the...

Hightstown officials close municipal offices to public

While there have been no reported cases of coronavirus in Hightstown, municipal officials are not taking any chances and have closed Borough Hall to...

Three governors announce regional approach to combatting COVID-19

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy, New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont have announced a regional approach to combatting the...
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Governor announces new restrictions effective at 8 p.m. on March 16

As announced by Governor Phil Murphy's office in the last hour, after 8 p.m. today, March 16, all non-essential businesses must close, including but...
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Middlesex County declares State of Emergency in response to COVID-19 outbreak

Middlesex County Freeholder Director Ronald G. Rios and the Board of Chosen Freeholders have declared a county-wide state of emergency in response to the...

Students can win tickets to New Jersey Lottery Festival of Ballooning through PNC Bank...

The New Jersey Lottery Festival of Ballooning and PNC Bank are inviting New Jersey students in grades 2-12 to take part in the 17th...

Central Jersey Top 10: Final boys’ basketball rankings

The scholastic basketball season has come to an end due to the world-wide coronavirus. The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association ruled on March 12...

Central Jersey Top 10: Final girls’ basketball rankings of the season

The scholastic basketball season has come to an end due to the world-wide coronavirus. The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association ruled on March 12...
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Jewish Family Services remains open in Milltown and Monroe as crisis center

  Jewish Family Services is a social services agency dedicated to serving the community, particularly in times of great need. Its team is continually monitoring...

Northeast and Middle Atlantic leaders exploring strategies to reduce emissions

By Huck Fairman Recently, NOAA reported that this January was the hottest month in 141 years of record keeping---and that this year may well be...

Princeton Public Schools to go to remote learning

The Princeton Public Schools will move ahead with remote learning beginning on March 16 for a two-week period in response to the growing spread...
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Mercer County declares state of emergency due to COVID-19

A county-wide state of emergency has been declared for Mercer County to help coordinate efforts to stem the spread of coronavirus by Mercer County...

Cranbury Planning Board denies variance for riparian zone encroachment

Toll Brothers has been denied a variance by the Cranbury Planning Board to alter the riparian zone buffer on a proposed age-restricted residential community. During...

Princeton schools slated for early dismissal March 12 and 13 to prepare for COVID-19

The Princeton Public Schools will have back-to-back early dismissal days on March 12 and March 13 so teachers can prepare for remote instruction, if...

Cranbury school administrators prepare for possible order from state to close

Cranbury School administrators are developing plans for remote class instruction in case of a potential school closing due to the novel coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19). The...

Mercer Green Fest postponed; tentative new date is May 30

The 14th annual Mercer Green Fest, set for March 14 at Rider University's Student Recreation Center in Lawrence Township, has been postponed. The event has...

Coffee with the Mayor is set for March 14 in Cranbury

Residents who want to discuss Cranbury Township issues with the mayor can do so again at the ‘Coffee with the Mayor’ event on March...
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Middlesex County College, New Jersey City University allow business student transfers

Middlesex County College (MCC) recently signed an articulation agreement with New Jersey City University (NJCU) regarding students to easily perform a transfer. The agreement will...
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