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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...

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...

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...
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National Tree Company opens new facility in East Windsor

National Tree Company is opening a new facility in East Windsor after signing a lease with property owner Dermody Properties to occupy an entire...
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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...

East Windsor Regional students will be in school for first time since March 2020

East Windsor Regional School District students will be back in the classroom in person - using the hybrid instructional model - beginning Jan. 19,...
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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...

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...

Hightstown Borough Council officially welcomes new members

Two newly-elected Hightstown Borough Council members were sworn into office and an outgoing councilman was honored at the Hightstown Borough Council's annual reorganization meeting...
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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...
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Healthcare Heroes Garden at Princeton Medical Center pays tribute to medical staff fighting against...

Penn Medicine Princeton Health has created a Healthcare Heroes Garden to recognize the challenges of 2020 and show gratitude to the medical staff members...
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East Windsor ‘turns on switch’ at new solar panel array

Local officials and company representatives recently turned on the power to the recently completed solar array project at the East Windsor Municipal Utilities Authority...
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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...

Hightstown, East Windsor councils to hold reorganization meetings

The Hightstown Borough Council and the East Windsor Township Council are planning to hold their annual reorganization meetings one day apart, on Jan. 4...

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...

Colonel Hand march canceled amid COVID concerns

Editor's note: This is an update to a story previously published. The Colonel Edward Hand Historic March on Jan. 2 has since been canceled. The...
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