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MERCER COUNTY: K-9 units throughout county get newly unveiled training facility

Rebecca Nowalski Ewing Township Mayor Bert Steinmann. (Photo by Rebecca Nowalski)

COLLEGE CONNECTION: Where to get an MBA for an (almost) guaranteed job

Submitted Content At the end of 2016, 70 percent of last year’s high school graduates were enrolled in college, according to statistics by the U.S....

THE STATE WE’RE IN: Is the elusive bobcat here to stay?

Submitted Content Bobcats are New Jersey’s only native wildcat. But they’re not wild about people! Just ask Tyler Christensen, a photographer and wildlife researcher who...

PRINCETON: Hawes set for football return in Sunshine game

By Bob Nuse, Sports Editor Matt Hawes had his senior football season at Princeton High cut two weeks short by a knee injury. But Hawes will...

Big boy bike

Photo by Rebecca Nowalski D.J. Fama, 5, of East Windsor, was among the children who enjoyed a "truck-a-thon" June 17 in the Cranbury School parking...

CAMPUS CORNER for the week of 6/30/17

The following students have been named to the University of Delaware Dean's List for the Spring 2017 semester: Adam Klein of Cranbury; Alexa Kutz of...

PRINCETON: Curtis still chasing Olympic dream

By Bob Nuse, Sports Editor Kelly Curtis loves to compete. The long-time Princeton resident was a standout in track and field at Springfield College, where she...

CRANBURY: Gourgaud Gallery to feature ‘Digital Alchemy’ exhibit

The Gourgaud Gallery will feature the free exhibit "Digital Alchemy" by Phillip McConnell from July 9 through July 28. "Digital Alchemy is a project is...

PRINCETON: School board, teachers union agree on two-year contract

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer The Princeton School Board approved a two-year-contract with the teachers union Tuesday, ensuring labor peace through the end of...

PRINCETON: PNRA/Mercer rowers excel at Youth National Championships

The Princeton National Rowing Association’s Mercer Rowing Club had six boats turn in impressive performances at the 2017 USRowing Youth National Championships at Nathan...

PRINCETON: Summer basketball league gets ready for its for 29th season

By Bob Nuse, Sports Editor The Princeton Recreation Men’s Summer Basketball League begins the final season of its third decade with a bit of a...

Cranbury Public Library project put out for bid

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer The new public library passed another milestone with the project put out to bid to find a contractor to...

CAMPUS CORNER for the week of 6/6/17

Middlesex County College Students Named to Dean’s List A total of 1086 students were named to the Dean’s List for the Spring 2017 semester at...

SOLUTIONS: World of EVs is rapidly developing and improving

By Huck Fairman Princeton inaugurated its first Electrical Vehicle (EV) charging station June 14 in the Spring Street Garage, a facility open to all once...

PRINCETON: Hare takes place with state’s top runners

By Bob Nuse, Sports Editor Will Hare knew the competition at the state Group IV track and field meet would be tough. But the Princeton...

Gold medal writing: Cranbury School’s Elaina Phillips fueled by desire to try again and...

By Mike Morsch, Regional Editor Last year, Cranbury School student Elaina Phillips approached English teacher Elizabeth Grimaldi with a request: Elaina had written a piece...

CRANBURY: Teacher of the Year Linda Weber heard the calling, and answered it

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer Linda Weber parks in the same spot each morning outside Cranbury School, where she is a fifth-grade teacher. She arrives...

A berry, berry good festival (with multiple photos)

The annual Cranbury Strawberry Festival was held June 3 at the First Presbyterian Church of Cranbury. The event, which featured strawberries, cake, ice cream,...
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