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PRINCETON: Packet Media Group and Broad Street Media form a new company

PRINCETON, NJ – March 11, 2016 – The Princeton Packet Inc. (Packet Media Group) and Broad Street Media LLC announced today that they have...

Students celebrate reading in annual tribute to Dr. Seuss

By Amy Batista, Special Writer The Cat in the Hat visited Perry L. Drew Elementary School last week. And the students were engaged and excited...

HIGHTSTOWN: High school students prepare for ‘Urinetown,’ a different kind of musical

By Amy Batista, Special Writer HIGHTSTOWN - Theatergoers are invited to a satirical comedy musical about greedy corporations, politics, social themes and to join the...

EAST WINDSOR: Township OKs resolution to privatize dispatch services

By Amy Batista, Special Writer EAST WINDSOR – The township council unanimously passed a resolution dissolving its township communication dispatch services and awarded an agreement...

EAST WINDSOR: Theater downsizes to make room for urgent care facility

By Amy Batista, Special Writer EAST WINDSOR – The Town Center Plaza Shopping Center has been seeing some renovations and new businesses over the past...

EAST WINDSOR: The Brothers Genthe share a passion for community volunteerism

Really, what are the chances? Outwardly, the two men could not appear to be more different. One is very tall, sporting a shaved head...

Getting the jump on heart disease

Submitted photo Ethel McKnight Elementary School has been celebrating Health Heart Month with its annual “Jump Rope for Heart” fundraiser. The students have been completing...

EAST WINDSOR: Nominations being accepted for Sylvia Weiss senior volunteer award

East Windsor Township is accepting nominations for the annual “Sylvia Weiss Senior Citizen Award for Outstanding Service as a Volunteer.” The award is to recognize...

EAST WINDSOR: Township to host first-ever 5K walk/run for autism awareness

By Amy Batista, Special Writer EAST WINDSOR – The Township Recreation Commission will be hosting its first-ever 5K/Walk/Run for Autism Awareness and Research and are...

HIGHTSTOWN: Ex-borough police officer Glen Moore busted for DUI

A former Hightstown police officer, who faced unspecified charges filed by the borough in 2007 and was suspended with pay and later dismissed as...

MONROE TOWNSHIP: Home health aide charged with stealing $93,000 from patient

A home health aide worker was arrested March 4 and charged with allegedly stealing approximately $93,000 from one of her patients. Debra Allen, 54, of...

POLICE BLOTTER for the week of 3/11/16

The East Windsor Township Police Department initiated the following police reports through Wednesday, March 2, 2016.  Officers responded to Royal Plaza at 8:23 a.m....

WHAT’S GOING ON for the week of 3/11/16

Sat., March 12  New Kid: NJ Theater Alliance Stages Festival, Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Plumsted Branch of the Ocean County Library, 119...

HAMILTON: East Windsor teen struck and killed by New Jersey Transit train

By Lea Kahn, Staff Writer HAMILTON — An 18-year-old senior at Notre Dame High School in Lawrence Township was killed Sunday night when he was...

EAST WINDSOR: Community gets a chance to sparkle at ‘Shining Star’ gala

By Amy Batista, Special Writer EAST WINDSOR – Mayor Janice Mironov issued a proclamation recognizing April as the Month of the Young Child and kicked...

HIGHTSTOWN: Students DARE to be heard at program’s graduation

By Amy Batista, Special Writer HIGHTSTOWN – Students were taught the skills needed to avoid involvement in drugs, gangs and violence, and with that knowledge...

EAST WINDSOR: Bike, pedestrian study results revealed

By Amy Batista, Special Writer EAST WINDSOR – The township presented some of the preliminary findings from a recent Bicycle and Pedestrian Study, which recommended...

HIGHTSTOWN: Tickets still available for ‘Empty Bowls’ event

HIGHTSOWN - The Hightstown Cultural Arts Commission is teaming up with eight local eateries for an “Empty Bowls” event, which will be from 6...
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