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DEP offers tips for social distancing when visiting state parks

New Jersey residents visiting state parks, forests and wildlife management areas are urged to follow specific practices to promote social distancing and prevent the...

Princeton public schools continue remote learning

The Princeton Public Schools will continue remote learning for students at least through April 17, Superintendent of Schools Steve Cochrane said on March 24. It...

LOOSE ENDS 3/27: Kevin Wilkes: Commitment to the Paul Robeson Project

By Pam Hersh As COVID-19 was halting all activity in Princeton, architect Kevin Wilkes was doing his best to ramp it up. The construction activity...

Opinion: Stress testing our values

We are writing on behalf of the Princeton Family YMCA to share our story and to assure you that we are doing all that...

Number of COVID-19 cases in Mercer County reaches 82 as of March 25

The number of Mercer County residents who have tested positive for COVID-19 has continued to climb and reached 82 cases - including 14 Princeton...

NJSIAA still holding out hope for a spring sports season

The start of the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association high school spring sports season was scheduled to begin on March 25 with both...

Gov. announces additional businesses that may remain open

Gov. Phil Murphy and Superintendent of the New Jersey State Police Col. Patrick Callahan announced an administrative order permitting additional retail businesses to operate...

University officials postpone Rider and Westminster graduations

Rider University administrators have postponed graduation ceremonies for seniors on the university's Lawrence Township campus and for seniors at the Westminster Choir College in...

Palmer Square publishes update on local business operations

Palmer Square in Princeton released an update on open business hours and delivery options, as Gov. Phil Murphy's stay at home order continues. Open businesses...

Princeton Shopping Center announces businesses open for takeout, delivery and groceries

The Princeton Shopping Center (PSC) highlighted several businesses available for takeout, delivery and grocery services during the COVID-19 pandemic. Businesses open for takeout and delivery...
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Terhune Orchards continues to serve area residents

Terhune Orchards is continuing to serve the Princeton community during the novel coronavirus pandemic. “We have been able to keep up with customer demand. We...

Local response to COVID-19’s apocalyptic economic consequence

To the Editor: Now that governments have imposed total shutdowns to slow the COVID-19 virus infection rate, let us pray that we will have bought...

New Jersey Bankers Association confident system will serve customers

The New Jersey Bankers Association said in a press release it is confident in the banking system and the resiliency of the economy. The...

Resources available to help citizens cope with stress, anxiety caused by coronavirus

With new concepts such as social distancing, quarantine and shelter in place, citizens are at risk for anxiety, depression and extreme levels of stress...

Nature is open in New Jersey

By Michele S. Byers The coronavirus has thrown our lives into pandemonium. Schools and workplaces are closed and you can’t even go to health clubs,...

NAMI-NJ seeks candidates for Board of Trustees

All candidates for the Board of Trustees of NAMI NJ (National Alliance on Mental Illness) must be members in good standing of an affiliate...
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Princeton chicken ordinance approved

Princeton has joined the growing number of New Jersey towns that permit residents to keep chickens in their backyard, thanks to the Princeton Council's...

Mercer County reports 40 positive COVID-19 cases as of March 22

The number of positive COVID-19 cases in Mercer County has risen to 40, the New Jersey Department of Health announced March 22. Information gathering is...
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