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Cranbury formally introduces ordinance for EDAC to become commission

The Cranbury Township Committee will make a final decision later this month on whether the Economic Development Advisory Committee (EDAC) becomes a commission. The township...
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Princeton Festival names interim executive director

The Princeton Festival has appointed Becky Brett, an award-winning leader of festivals in the performing arts and humanities, as its interim executive director. Brett will...
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Vaccine mega-site opens at convention center in Edison

Middlesex County and RWJBarnabas Health officials joined New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy in opening the Middlesex County Regional COVID-19 Vaccine Mega-Site in Edison on...
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Right at Home of Central New Jersey forms non-profit to ‘Smash Out’ Alzheimer’s

Smash Out Alzheimer’s Foundation has been established as the official charity of Right at Home of Central New Jersey. For many years, Beth Sholom, owner...

Common calendar, Packet papers, January 15

Ongoing Every first and third Saturday through April, the West Windsor Community Farmers Market is held outdoors, rain, snow or shine, from 10 a.m. to...

Gov. Murphy implements new policies for 2020-21 school year

Gov. Phil Murphy has signed Executive Order No. 214 to affect the following changes for the 2020-21 school year in the Garden State: • Waiver...
Rebecca Nowalski

Watson Coleman tests positive for COVID

U.S. Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-12th Congressional District) has tested positive for COVID-19, following the Jan. 6 demonstrations at the Capitol Building in Washington,...

Cranbury Board of Education members re-elect Callahan and Chivate to top spots

Karen Callahan will continue to serve as president of the nine-member Cranbury Board of Education in 2021. She was re-elected when board members voted unanimously...

Change at water treatment plants will affect customers in Mercer, Middlesex, Somerset counties

As part of an annual maintenance program for its water distribution system, New Jersey American Water will temporarily change the water treatment process from...
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Middlesex County commissioners outline priorities for 2021

The Middlesex County Board of County Commissioners shared their vision for the county in 2021. That vision focuses on initiatives and programs that position...
PHOTO COURTESY OF JEWISH FAMILY SERVICES OF MIDDLESEX COUNTY

Café Europa volunteers bring lunch, performances to Holocaust survivors

For many Holocaust survivors, getting out of the house and staying connected to the community was tough enough before the pandemic. Café Europa, a...
Rebecca Nowalski

Middlesex County College announces name change

Middlesex County College is transforming to Middlesex College. The college’s Board of Trustees approved the name change in October, which took effect Jan. 1. A public...

Common calendar, Packet papers, January 8

Ongoing While decorating for the holidays is a tradition, too often strings of burnt out or damaged holiday lights end up being tossed out with...

Red Cross teams with NFL to urge blood and plasma donation during National Blood...

The American Red Cross and the National Football League are teaming up this January, during National Blood Donor Month, to urge individuals – especially...
Photo by Philip Sean Curran

Ferrante becomes Cranbury Township’s new mayor

When the Cranbury Township Committee convened for its annual reorganization meeting committee members elected Mike Ferrante as the township’s new mayor. Ferrante was elected mayor...
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Chelsea communities to receive COVID-19 vaccine

Vaccinations are available for residents and staff of Chelsea Senior Living communities. Receiving the vaccine will be voluntary. However, Chelsea founder and CEO Herb Heflich...
PHOTOS COURTESY OF FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF CRANBURY

Skeet’s Pantry aids families facing issue of food insecurity

Across New Jersey the state has seen an increase in food insecurity since the coronavirus pandemic began to hit residents in 2020. Feeding America, a...

Common calendar, Packet papers, January 1

Ongoing While decorating for the holidays is a tradition, too often strings of burnt out or damaged holiday lights end up being tossed out with...
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