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NJSIAA still holding out hope for a spring sports season

The start of the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association high school spring sports season was scheduled to begin on March 25 with both...

Gov. announces additional businesses that may remain open

Gov. Phil Murphy and Superintendent of the New Jersey State Police Col. Patrick Callahan announced an administrative order permitting additional retail businesses to operate...

University officials postpone Rider and Westminster graduations

Rider University administrators have postponed graduation ceremonies for seniors on the university's Lawrence Township campus and for seniors at the Westminster Choir College in...

Lawrence Township officials introduce $50.5M municipal budget

Lawrence Township property owners will see a 2-cent increase in the municipal property tax rate under the $50.5 million budget for 2020 that was...

New Jersey Bankers Association confident system will serve customers

The New Jersey Bankers Association said in a press release it is confident in the banking system and the resiliency of the economy. The...

Resources available to help citizens cope with stress, anxiety caused by coronavirus

With new concepts such as social distancing, quarantine and shelter in place, citizens are at risk for anxiety, depression and extreme levels of stress...

Nature is open in New Jersey

By Michele S. Byers The coronavirus has thrown our lives into pandemonium. Schools and workplaces are closed and you can’t even go to health clubs,...

NAMI-NJ seeks candidates for Board of Trustees

All candidates for the Board of Trustees of NAMI NJ (National Alliance on Mental Illness) must be members in good standing of an affiliate...
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Mercer County reports 40 positive COVID-19 cases as of March 22

The number of positive COVID-19 cases in Mercer County has risen to 40, the New Jersey Department of Health announced March 22. Information gathering is...

Gov. Murphy announces closure of all non-essential retail businesses

To mitigate the impact of COVID-19 and protect the capacity of New Jersey’s health care system for the state’s most vulnerable individuals, Gov. Phil...
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U.S. attorney urges public to report suspected COVID-19-related fraud

U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito of the District of New Jersey urged the public to report suspected fraud schemes related to COVID-19 (the novel coronavirus)...
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Murphy expands restrictions for New Jersey residents

Gov. Phil Murphy announced new restrictions during a press conference on March 21 to address COVID19 concerns. Effective March 21 at 9 p.m., the new...
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BJ’s will open at 8 a.m. for shoppers age 60 and older

Beginning on March 22, all New Jersey BJ's Wholesale Club locations will begin opening one hour early every day for members who are age...
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A pandemic that has impacted all aspects of life

The recent outbreak of COVID-19 is having a trickle down, chain reaction effect on all aspects of life. Emergency response Chief Robert Robinson of the North...

Gov. Murphy announces social distancing measures in face of COVID-19

Gov. Phil Murphy has implemented a series of social distancing measures to mitigate the further spread of COVID-19/coronavirus in New Jersey. The measures will...
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Plans for Improvements to Brunswick Pike revealed in Lawrence Township

Aiming to breathe new life into a one-mile-long stretch of Brunswick Pike, Lawrence Township planning consultants unveiled a concept plan. That plan, which was shared...

Lawrence Township responds to COVID-19 with some closings and schedule changes

Lawrence Township officials have closed the Lawrence Senior Center and are cutting back on the days when the Lawrence Township Municipal Building will be...

Two Lawrence Township residents test positive for COVID-19

Two Lawrence Township residents have tested positive for coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, according to Lawrence Township officials. The Lawrence Township Health Department was notified...
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