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Rider University promises employment or grad school through new program

Rider University launched a new program on April 2 that guarantees undergraduate students who fulfill their responsibilities will obtain an entry-level job related to...

Common calendar, Packet papers, April 2

Ongoing   Hopewell Theater's reopening plans will focus on ensuring the comfort of patrons. Staff members are collaborating with health officials and industry professionals to create a...

U Text. U Drive. U Pay.

Law enforcement officers will be cracking down on distracted drivers during April as part of New Jersey’s UDrive. UText. UPay. Enforcement campaign. Through the entire month,...

Lawrenceville School students create website to navigate COVID-19 vaccine appointments

Dhillon and Shaan Choudhri had not seen their grandparents in about a year. With their parents being healthcare workers, the risk was too great to...

Lawrence Township Education Foundation awards grants

"Spotlight on Coding" teaches second- and third-graders at the Slackwood Elementary School how to use computer coding. "Let's Become an Anti-racist" is a cross-generational community...

St. Baldrick’s fundraiser ‘shaves’ $104,000 off of cancer care costs

When the St. Baldrick's Foundation fundraiser in Lawrence Township went virtual last year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, organizers were unsure whether it would...
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Taft Communications names new CEO

Taft Communications announced the appointment of Ted Deutsch as the firm’s chief executive officer. Concurrent with taking the CEO role, Deutsch also became majority owner...
PHOTOS COURTESY OF KATE GREGORY

NAMI offers multicultural conversations about mental health awareness 

The National Alliance on Mental Illness of New Jersey (NAMI NJ) announced its 2021 webinar series, NAMI NJ Multicultural Conversations. NAMI NJ Multicultural Conversations, sponsored...

Common calendar, Packet papers, March 26

Ongoing   The Hopewell Township Police Department will hold its Youth Police Academy this summer for any Hopewell Valley resident presently completing the seventh or eighth...
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Bridge Academy students continue to help the community

Each year, three local charities are chosen by the Bridge Academy to receive donations. In the past, students have visited these organizations to learn...

Mercer County Military Action Council supports military personnel, their families

Two Mercer County residents with ties to the Armed Forces have founded the Mercer County Military Action Council (MCMAC), a nonprofit organization dedicated to...

Couple charged with child endangerment

A Hopewell Borough man and a Lawrence Township woman have been charged with endangering the welfare of a child after the police found a...

Lawrence Township budget keeps property tax rate flat

The Lawrence Township Council introduced its proposed $49.4 million municipal budget for 2021 - which keeps the municipal property tax rate flat - at...
PHOTO COURTESY OF BILL COLEMAN

Rotary, Elks members help Be Kind group ‘End Hunger’

Community volunteers gathered in small groups at the Hightstown Elks Lodge in East Windsor on March 20 to help package 17,928 meals to fight...

RPM submits revised plans for affordable housing development; zoning board still not satisfied

It's back to the drawing board - again - for RPM Development LLC, the would-be developer of an affordable housing development proposed for a...
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HomeFront wants to set world record for collecting diapers and baby wipes

HomeFront wants to collect 250,000 diapers and wipes by Mother's Day on May 9 so it can land a spot in the Guinness World...

Stark & Stark shareholder named to board of Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice

The Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice (BRCSJ) has welcomed Stark & Stark shareholder Thomas S. Onder, Esq., as a member of its Board...

Mercer County’s proposed 2021 budget calls for flat tax rate

Mercer County Executive Brian M. Hughes has presented to the County Board of Commissioners his administration’s proposed 2021 budget, a $332.2 million spending plan...
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