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‘Addams Family’ will bring love, laughs to Allentown

By Matthew Sockol Correspondent ALLENTOWN - Preparations for a production of "The Addams Family" are underway at Allentown High School. The musical will be performed on Feb....

Millstone officials salute Pop Warner squads

By Matthew Sockol Correspondent MILLSTONE - The achievements of two Millstone Township youth football teams have been recognized by municipal officials. Mayor Bob Kinsey, on the behalf...

Four Redbirds wrestlers move on to region tourney

By Wayne Witkowski Unbeaten Allentown High School 160-pound wrestler Jordan Rugo repeated as NJSIAA District 25 champion and sealed a return to the Region VII...
Eric Sucar

‘Winter blues’ may signal seasonal disorder

By ANDREW MARTINS Staff Writer Waking up during a cold winter morning can be difficult. The idea of leaving the warm confines of a comfortable bed,...

Red Cross announces Blood Donor App

The American Red Cross has launched a first-of-its-kind Blood Donor App that allows users to schedule blood donations, track their total donations, earn rewards...

Young composers invited to write a song by March 15

  The Princeton-based chorus VOICES is sponsoring the Young Composers Project, designed to stimulate playing with musical sounds and words. Children ages 5 through 12 are invited to...

What homeowners want from a remodel

2016 looks to be a stronger year for home remodeling, buoyed by homeowners seeking immediate satisfaction as well as a return on investment down...

Donors thanked for supporting new safe house

The agency, 180 Turning Lives Around, recently held a recognition event to thank the major donors and community supporters of a new safe house...

Residents’ voices carry weight in town hall

In a recent letter to the editor, a local resident opined that while it is generally difficult for citizens to get the ear of...

College slates information session on automotive training programs

LINCROFT -- Residents interested in a career in automotive service and technology are invited to a free information session at 7 p.m. March 9...

Don’t abandon domesticated ducks, geese

Every year, domesticated ducks and geese are found abandoned in ponds and lakes. All domesticated animals are dependent on humans for food, water, shelter,...

Champions of safe driving can be nominated for an award

Any individual or organization that has worked tirelessly to promote the proven principles of New Jersey’s Graduated Driver License (GDL) program can be nominated for...

Littlefield sets sights on return to indoor MOC

By Wayne Witkowski Alden Littlefield hardly looked like he has missed virtually the entire indoor track and field season throwing the shot put for Allentown...
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Foundation to host Casino Night on Feb. 20

MILLSTONE - The Millstone Township Foundation for Educational Excellence will host its fourth annual Casino Night fundraiser on Feb. 20 at 6 p.m. at...
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Vote on Millstone fire budget set for Feb. 20

By Matthew Sockol Correspondent MILLSTONE - On Feb. 20, residents will be asked to vote on the 2016 budget put forth by the Millstone Township Board...

Seniors appreciate gifts, dinner from scouts

The Millstone Township seniors would like to thank the Girl Scouts and the Girl Scout leaders of Millstone Township for the Christmas dinner they...

Action can be taken to halt planned pipeline

For the past year, hundreds of citizens from Bordentown to Upper Freehold Township have spent countless hours and sleepless nights organizing, attending town meetings,...

Examiner Datebook, Feb. 18

• Center Players, 35 South St., Freehold, will present Neil Simon's Chapter Two at 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and at 2 p.m. Sundays...
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