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Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey chair receives prestigious national award

Bruce G. Haffty, MD, associate vice chancellor for cancer programs and chair, radiation oncology at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey (RCINJ), has been...

Hackensack Meridian Health Joins #FitForTheFrontLine Challenge for healthcare workers

Hackensack Meridian Health is joining medical centers across the United States to start a country-wide movement of physical activity to honor and support frontline health care workers...

North Brunswick Food Bank open May 28; T-shirt sales extended through May 31

The Township of North Brunswick was advised of one new positive COVID-19 case on May 27. There are now 878 residents who have tested...

Community Bulletin Board: the North and South Brunswick Sentinel (for May 27)

Editor's note: In light of recent events related to coronavirus, some organizations have decided to cancel their upcoming programs. Please check the status of...

South Brunswick has lowest week of COVID-19 increases

The South Brunswick Office of Emergency Management is now providing weekly updates of positive COVID cases in the township. Last week, the township saw the...

Moose lodge in South Brunswick seeks assistance

SOUTH BRUNSWICK - In South Brunswick, the Loyal Order of Moose is active in the local community by supporting the PBA, Salvation Army, food banks...

North Brunswick fifth-graders learn about conservation through virtual Stokes at Home trip

As the 2019-20 school year comes to the end, a highlight for fifth-graders is the planned trip to Stokes State Forest in Sussex County....

Former Merck official talks about potential COVID-19 vaccines

The former president of the Merck Vaccine Division of Merck & Co. believes that despite ramped-up efforts to develop a vaccine against COVID-19, scientists...

Green investments critical to strong economy

By Michele S. Byers The coronavirus hit hard, infecting more than 1.5 million residents in the United States and triggering the worst economic crisis since...

Police investigate fatal crashes in North and South Brunswick

Police are investigating two fatal crashes, one in North Brunswick and one in South Brunswick, over the holiday weekend. Two people - Michael Santana, 24,...
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Nominate a Purple Heart hero for national recognition

The National Purple Heart Honor Mission is opening the nomination process for its 2021 Purple Heart Patriot Project. This multi-day salute to service will bring together Purple...
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S.T.A.R.T. bulldozes barriers to recovery for New Jersey’s pregnant and parenting

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, The Center for Great Expectations has increased access to mental health and recovery services in two of its...
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New Jersey Foundation for Aging to host free webinar series about aging during COVID-19

The New Jersey Foundation for Aging (NJFA) is hosting a free webinar series on “Learning from COVID-19: Lessons from Experts in the Field of...
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NAMI NJ continues webinar series with talk on how to stay ‘senior-tough’ during COVID-19...

NAMI NJ (National Alliance on Mental Illness) will continue its webinar series with a presentation by Dale L. Ofei-Ayisi at 1 p.m. on May...

Business leader seminar focuses on a drug-free workplace

New Jersey business leaders interested in maintaining a safe, healthy and drug-free workplace are invited to participate in a free statewide webinar on Legal Issues...
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North Brunswick Township Education Association supports students

PHOTOS COURTESY OF BETH PASSNER The North Brunswick Township Education Association placed signs and banners around town to honor its students and graduates, plus donated...
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Fellowship in Prayer donates to local nonprofits for COVID-19 relief

Fellowship in Prayer recently made multiple donations to support local efforts in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Nine organizations have each received $2,500 to support...
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