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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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Share My Meals appoints board members

The Princeton-based non-profit Share My Meals Inc. announced two new members to its Board of Trustees, Karen Lemon and Diana Pecina. Share My Meals is...
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Princeton University receives second major application approval for East Campus

Princeton University is able to move forward with the proposed construction of a new soccer stadium and practice field on campus. The university received approval...

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...
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Brandywine residents receive Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine

PHOTOS COURTESY OF STEPHANIE GABER CVS Pharmacy has partnered with Brandywine Living at Princeton, located in South Brunswick, as the clinic provider for the Pfizer-BioNTech...
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Residents to resume testimony for proposed hotel project at 20 Nassau St.

The Princeton Zoning Board will continue hearing testimony from the public before it makes a decision on whether to approve the 20 Nassau St....

Penn Medicine Princeton Health names new CEO

The University of Pennsylvania Health System has named James Demetriades CEO of Penn Medicine Princeton Health. He will begin his new role on March...

Hun School students’ business venture combines love for honey, dogs

Over the course of the last year, Laila Palmer and Gabby Issa, Hun School Class of 2021 and 2018, respectively, have navigated starting a...

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...

Princeton schools return to hybrid learning

Princeton school district officials will bring students back into the classroom for hybrid learning on Jan. 19 - one week later than they had...
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Frisby elected chairman of Mercer County Commissioners

Samuel Frisby has been elected the new chair of the Mercer County Board of Commissioners for 2021. After the swearing in of Commissioners John Cimino...
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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,...
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OrangeTwist offers non-invasive aesthetic treatments at new location in Princeton

OrangeTwist announces its 16th location with the opening of OrangeTwist Princeton, located at MarketFair. This marks OrangeTwist’s bi-coastal expansion with its first East Coast location. OrangeTwist’s...
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Princeton Junction teen receives President’s Volunteer Service Award for time spent with Special Olympics

A Pingry School student has received the President’s Volunteer Service Award, established in 2002 to honor individuals whose service positively impacts communities in the...
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Princeton puts plans in place to control deer population

Aiming to keep the deer population under control, Princeton's annual deer management program is under way. As it has done for several years, the Princeton...

Consultant will assist Princeton officials search for new administrator

The search for a new municipal administrator for Princeton has been launched, following the Princeton Council's decision to award a contract to a Cranford-based...

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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