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CRANBURY: New Jersey Indivisible worried about Chemours/DuPont bill

To the editor: We the undersigned represent six New Jersey Indivisible groups with a membership of 3,000 active and concerned voters. We are writing to...

THE STATE WE’RE IN: Say cheese! Remote cameras aid wildlife research

A dozen years ago, wildlife experts were sure that the fisher – a member of the weasel family – was long gone from New...

Middlesex, Princeton chambers partner for global business trade event

The Middlesex County Regional Chamber of Commerce will partner with the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce for a global business trade event featuring trade...
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Workshop to address deer-resistant gardens

  The Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Middlesex County will present “Deer Resistant Gardens with Native Plants" from 10 a.m. to noon on June 9 at...

Middlesex County College president to retire

EDISON - Joann La Perla-Morales, president of Middlesex County College (MCC), will retire as president effective June 30, capping a 50-year career in higher education. “Dr....

Cranbury committeeman calls for civility in wake of civil rights decision

At the May 14 township committee meeting, a proposal for Civil Rights Commission and the alternate operating name of a Human Relations Commission was voted...

Parade coordinator puts all the pieces in place for Memorial Day event

For Phyllis Johnson, organizing the local Memorial Day parade is a labor of love. Johnson, the wife of Cranbury Mayor Glenn Johnson, coordinates a parade...

Cranbury Teacher of the Year finds reward in educating youngsters

Michael Simonelli has known for a while that he would be a teacher one day. Sitting at an outdoor table at Teddy’s Restaurant on a...

THE STATE WE’RE IN: Begone, single-use plastic bags!

Look around and you’ll see plastic bags everywhere: tumbling along roads, washed up on beaches, caught in tree branches, and clogging rivers, streams and...
Photo by Philip Sean Curran

Residents express concerns about continuing to accept Cranbury students in Princeton

The Princeton Public Schools Board of Education is facing increased public scrutiny about potentially renewing the send-receive relationship it has with Cranbury. Residents, including a...
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Register now for Senior Citizens Law Day

The New Jersey State Bar Foundation will be the host to a panel of experts for Senior Citizens Law Day on June 5 at the New...

Jersey Knights Soccer has openings on rosters

The Jersey Knights Soccer Club has a few opportunities available in age groups 2007 Boys-U12, 2005 Girls-U14 and 2004 Girls-U15. The club has a structured soccer program...

Cranbury Township Committee rejects call to create civil rights commission

The Cranbury Township Committee this week declined to create a civil rights commission, despite calls from some residents saying such a municipal board is...

Cranbury official asks residents to step forward as volunteers

Cranbury has a challenge attracting members of the public willing to volunteer to serve on municipal boards, a township official said May 14. Township Committeeman...

Young victim in Cranbury hit and run urges officials to take action

Cranbury officials need to take steps to slow down traffic in town, said the local girl who was struck and injured by a hit-and-run...

Prevention Education Summit to discuss legalization of marijuana

The 16th annual Middlesex County Prevention Education Summit will be held from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., June 15, at the Middlesex County Fire...
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