Home Newswire Page 69

Newswire

PRINCETON: Council members get committee assignments

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer Mayor Liz Lempert and the Princeton Council will have the following committee assignments for 2017:, Mayor Lempert: Personnel Committee;...

Lawrence High to honor its military alums

By Lea Kahn, Staff Writer Mirroring the military Wall of Honor at the Lawrence Township Municipal Building, school district officials are considering creating a similar...

WEST WINDSOR: Peter Mendonez elected Township Council president

By Lea Kahn, Staff Writer WEST WINDSOR — Despite some jockeying for the position by Township Councilman Hemant Marathe, Township Councilman Peter Mendonez was elected...

WEST WINDSOR-PLAINSBORO: Two veteran school board members sworn in

By Lea Kahn, Staff Writer Two veteran school board members and a newcomer were sworn into office at the West Windsor-Plainsboro Regional School District's annual...

PLAINSBORO: Two sworn in to seats on Township Committee

By Lea Kahn, Staff Writer PLAINSBORO — Township Councilmen David Bander and Edmund Yates were sworn into office for three-year terms on the Township Committee...

MONTGOMERY: Three sworn in on school board

By Lea Kahn, Staff Writer Three Montgomery Township residents were sworn into office at the Montgomery Township Board of Education's annual reorganization meeting Tuesday., Dharmesh...

CRANBURY: A transition in leadership – David Cook sworn in as new mayor

By Vita Duva, Correspondent David Cook was appointed and sworn in as the new mayor during Cranbury Township Committee's reorganization meeting Jan. 3,, "Cranbury is...

CRANBURY: ‘Nature’s Beauty’ exhibit to be featured in January at Gourgaud Gallery

The Gourgaud Gallery will present an exhibition titled “Nature’s Beauty” from Jan. 8 through Jan. 27., As the main theme the artists are asked...

HIGHTSTOWN: The top stories of 2016 (With multiple photos)

A really old time capsule once again saw the light of day, the Camden & Amboy Railroad Right-of-Way Site was recognized as an historic...

EAST WINDSOR: Three longtime township employees retire

By Michael V. Crismali, Correspondent East Windsor Township said goodbye at its annual reorganization meeting to three dedicated and long-term township employees, including Police Chief...

Hightstown council members sworn in

Photo by Rebecca Nowalski Hightstown had its reorganization meeting and swearing-in ceremony of council members Steven Misiura, left, and Denise Hansen on Jan. 1 at the Hightstown...

EAST WINDSOR: Janice Mironov appointed mayor for 22nd straight year

By Michael V. Crismali, Correspondent When East Windsor Mayor Janice Mironov asked at Tuesday's annual reorganization meeting if there were any more nominations for the...

POLICE BLOTTER for the week of 1/6/17

The East Windsor Township Police Department initiated the following police reports through Wednesday, December 28, 2016., Anthony Desmond, 23, of East Windsor, was charged...

WHAT’S GOING ON for the week of 1/6/17

Fri., Jan. 6, Movie: "The Hollars" (2016) at 2 p.m. at the Hickory Corner Branch, Mercer County Library, 138 Hickory Corner Road, East Windsor....

HOPEWELL TWP: Zoning officer retires, town crier named

By Frank Mustac, Contributor Officials recognized the township's community development coordinator, Robert Miller, who retired after 19 years of employment with the municipality., Mr. Miller...

SOMERSET COUNTY: Park Commission collecting discarded Christmas trees for recycling

The Somerset County Park Commission will be accepting natural Christmas trees for recycling from Monday, Dec. 26, 2016 through Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017., Somerset...

PRINCETON: Princeton’s Koch is living her dream

By Bob Nuse, Sports Editor Shannon Koch was a sophomore in high school when she realized what she wanted to do with her life., “I...

MONTGOMERY: County title gets MHS track off to fast start

By Bob Nuse, Sports Editor The Montgomery High track and field team knows it is a long journey from the beginning of the indoor season...
Manalapan
overcast clouds
64.5 ° F
67.3 °
61.9 °
84 %
1.9mph
97 %
Mon
75 °
Tue
78 °
Wed
77 °
Thu
75 °
Fri
75 °

Newsletter

Subscribe and receive your local news, sports, events and more delivered to your inbox.

Subsribe