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The Metlar-Bodine House Museum reopens

The Metlar-Bodine House Museum is reopening after months of closure due to COVID-19.   Discover Piscataway’s exceptional 354-year-old back story told in a docent-led tour. Learn...

Learn about invasive species and the pandemic

The Sierra Club NJ-Central Group will present a lecture, “Invasive Species and the Pandemic: Thinking of Nature as a Body,” at 6:30 p.m. Nov....

Springpoint residents give communities high marks for pandemic response

In a recent independent survey, residents of Springpoint Senior Living gave their communities high marks for the response to the COVID-19 health crisis, with...

Election update

Election update: There have been no updates provided by the Mercer County Clerk's Office since Wednesday. Follow for continuing election coverage.

Virtual happy hours include discussion on St. Michaels Preserve, Aunt Chubby’s in Hopewell

D&R Greenway will hold free virtual happy hours via Zoom. Experience Dr. Elisabeth Kloner’s stories about the 13 acres of East Amwell land in her...

Common calendar, Packet papers, November 6

Editor's Note: Please call before attending any event. As of press time, certain restrictions were still in place due to the coronavirus outbreak.     Mondays &...

Blood drives scheduled across Central Jersey

The American Red Cross has scheduled the following blood drives:   American Red Cross Blood Donation Center – Central New Jersey 707 Alexander Road, Suite 701, Princeton...
Scott Jacobs

Highland Gathering to celebrate Irish and Scottish culture on Nov. 8

American Highlander Kilts will hold a Highland Gathering from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 8 in the parking lot outside the store, 186...

Marijuana group says legalization question has been approved by N.J. voters

An organization that advocates for the legalization of marijuana is asserting New Jersey voters approved a public question in the Nov. 3 election which...

Gov. Murphy signs bill banning single-use paper and plastic bags

Gov. Phil Murphy has signed S-864 - which prohibits the use of single-use plastic bags and paper bags in all stores and food service...

Election results: Lawrence Township Board of Education

There were elections for three, three-year seats on the Lawrence Township School Board on Nov. 3. The results listed here reflect what has been posted...

Eldridge Park students will witness life cycle of garden plants thanks to ed foundation...

Hoping to encourage little thumbs to become green thumbs, Janssen Pharmaceutical has donated $3,000 to the Eldridge Park School - through the Lawrence Township...

Stark & Stark lawyer honored with NJBIZ ‘40 under 40’ Award

Stark & Stark announced that shareholder Bryan M. Roberts, Esq., has been honored by NJBIZ as a recipient of its prestigious 40 under 40...

Dawn to Dusk relay raises thousands of dollars for Boys & Girls Clubs of...

The Yazid family of Princeton organized a unique fundraiser, an all-day relay style run/walk that took place from sunrise to sunset. On Nov. 1, Dr....

The Trail at Princeton Pike approved

The Trail at Princeton Pike townhouse and apartment development, planned for a 35-acre site at the end of Lenox Drive in the Princeton Pike...

Indigenous Chamoru poet will read selections via Zoom

A reading by award-winning indigenous Chamoru poet Dr. Craig Santos Perez, and Program in Creative Writing seniors Paige Allen, Lucy Chuang, Maya Eashwaran, Vail...

‘Sing for Today’ collaboration with Princeton University taps into energy of the election

Princeton University Concerts and the University Musical Society of the University of Michigan have released the first installment of a new digital initiative conceived...

Common calendar, Packet papers, Oct. 30

Editor's Note: Please call before attending any event. As of press time, certain restrictions were still in place due to the coronavirus outbreak.     Mondays &...
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