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Multicultural conference will address cultural humility and mental health

The NAMI NJ (National Alliance on Mental Illness) 2020 Virtual Multicultural Conference, based on the themes of cultural humility and mental health, will be...

Municipal court changes allow for case resolution without in-person appearance  

Members of the public can now ask a prosecutor to review their matters and may be able to resolve their case without having to...

Upper Freehold resident retires from teaching position at college

Sue Kozel of Upper Freehold Township, a professor of history, has retired from Mercer County Community College, West Windsor. Her last teaching semester was...

Contract awarded for repairs to Allentown municipal annex

ALLENTOWN – The Borough Council has awarded a contract to Trenton Roofing and Siding to replace the roof on the Allentown municipal annex. Council members...

County clerk advises residents to apply for passports well in advance

Monmouth County Clerk Christine Giordano Hanlon is advising residents to apply for passports well in advance of any planned travel because the U.S. Department...

Dept. of Agriculture announces instructions about unsolicited seeds packages

The New Jersey Department of Agriculture has received reports of individuals receiving unsolicited seeds through the mail from China. Unsolicited seeds could be invasive, introduce...

Hello Kitty Cafe Truck to stop by Menlo Park Mall on Aug. 1

The Hello Kitty Cafe Truck will stop by the Menlo Park Mall, Edison, near the Jersey Strong entrance, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Aug....

Democratic legislators want K-12 school year to begin with all-remote learning

New Jersey Assembly Democrats Mila Jasey, Pamela Lampitt and Joann Downey have announced they are planning to introduce legislation that would - if passed...

Millstone officials revise fee schedule for development applications

MILLSTONE - Municipal officials have adopted an ordinance that revises the fees that are charged for development applications in Millstone Township. The ordinance was adopted...

Monmouth freeholders announce program to assist businesses, nonprofits

Monmouth County Freeholder Director Thomas A. Arnone has announced Monmouth County CARES, the Coronavirus Economic Assistance Grant Program for small businesses and nonprofits. “The freeholders...

Allentown council members commend police officer

ALLENTOWN - The Borough Council has commended Allentown Police Department Detective Anthony Rando for a professional achievement. During a recent meeting of the governing body,...

Jackson police break up party that drew 700 people to home

JACKSON - Police officers from Jackson and several other municipalities broke up a house party that attracted an estimated 700 individuals to a home...

Monmouth freeholders oppose exclusive use of mail-in ballots for Nov. election

The Monmouth County Board of Freeholders has unanimously passed a resolution opposing the exclusive use of mail-in ballots for the Nov. 3 general election...

RISE seeks donors for back-to-school drive

A backpack full of new school supplies seems like a small thing, but to a child, it spells a fresh start for the new...

Examiner Datebook, July 29

• Millstone Township officials have reported that Monmouth County is announcing a COVID-19 related grant program for local business operators that will reimburse them...

Examiner On Campus, July 29

Boston University, Boston, Mass., has named Millstone Township residents Srinidhi Baile, Julia G. Diaz and Riley E. McDonald. to the dean's list for the...

Community supports MCSPCA with donations following rescue of 61 dogs

Individuals and business operators have responded by making more than $65,000 in donations and offering their services as groomers and foster dog parents after...

Republicans’ objection to $10B borrowing plan to be heard in state Supreme Court

The justices who sit on the New Jersey Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on Aug. 5 from attorneys representing Gov. Phil Murphy and...
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