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Princeton-based actress featured in upcoming Manhattan rom-com

Vivia Font, on and off longtime Princeton resident and lecturer at Princeton University, will be featured in the Manhattan set romantic family comedy “Love,...
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Public health employees encouraged to discuss emotional and mental health during COVID

A support group for public health employees will be held at 4 p.m. Thursdays in December. The open discussion will focus on the importance of...

Monmouth County officials announce testing site expansion, provide COVID-19 updates

Monmouth County officials have announced the expansion of the county’s COVID-19 free testing program and provided COVID-19 updates. “Beginning on Dec. 8, the county will...

Millstone Township planners approve construction of warehouse

MILLSTONE - The Millstone Township Planning Board has approved an applicant's proposal to consolidate three lots into one lot and to construct a 132,930-square-foot...

NAMI Hearts & Minds presentation focuses on wellness for those with mental illness

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Hearts & Minds is a presentation focusing on inner and outer wellness for people living with a mental...

Rutgers leading coronavirus therapeutic clinical trial that focuses on cases with mild symptoms

  Researchers are investigating a potential treatment for people recently diagnosed with SARS-CoV-2 who have no or mild symptoms   Rutgers is leading a clinical trial assessing the...

Examiner Datebook, Dec. 2

• The reunion committee for the Allentown High School Class of 1980/81 is starting to form and would like any members of the class...

Allentown council takes first step in creating administrator’s position

ALLENTOWN - Members of the Allentown Borough Council have introduced an ordinance that, if adopted, will create the new position of borough administrator. Council President...

What’s valuable about New Jersey’s forests?

By Michele S. Byers In the not-so-distant past, the value of forests was based on the timber generated from logging. Forests without commercial timber potential...

Examiner News Briefs, Dec. 2

With the 2020 coronavirus pandemic remaining an issue and municipal meetings continuing to be held in a virtual setting, the Township Committee in Millstone...

YMCA of Greater Monmouth County annual holiday gift drive goes virtual

The YMCA of Greater Monmouth County’s Counseling and Social Services team has kicked off its annual Adopt-A-Family holiday gift drive and this year it...

Millstone ordinance establishes cost to township for emergency services

MILLSTONE - Government officials in Millstone Township have established the fees the municipality will be charged by the Millstone Township Fire District in a...

Freeholders: Let counties, towns regulate sale, use of marijuana

The Monmouth County Board of Freeholders has passed a resolution which urges members of New Jersey's Legislature to allow counties and municipalities to regulate...

Gov. signs laws to bring changes to the use of body worn cameras by...

Gov. Phil Murphy has signed two pieces of legislation into law (S-1163 and A-4312) which concern the use of body worn cameras by members...

Princeton resident reunites with fellow Mouseketeers to record holiday album

One of "The All-New Mickey Mouse Club" cast members from the 1990s has reunited with her fellow Mouseketeers to record a special holiday album. "Why?...

Monmouth County Library will present programs during December

The Monmouth County Library is bringing in December and the holiday season with gardens, chocolate and music, for fun and recreation, as well as book...
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Daniel’s Law, named after North Brunswick man killed by crazed lawyer, protects privacy of...

Gov. Phil Murphy signed legislation (A1649) which protects the home addresses and telephone numbers of judges, prosecutors and law enforcement officers from public disclosure.The...

High school students invited to enter substance use prevention messages through original music

High school students are invited to enter their substance use prevention messages through their original music as part of the music and song writing...
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