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Trenton artist to display work for Analog Surrealism exhibition at JKCG Gallery

The James Kearny Campus Gallery recently announced a solo exhibition featuring work by digital contemporary artist Phillip McConnell. The exhibition titled Analog Surrealism is curated...

Suspect at-large for sexual assault near D&R Canal sought in previous Bridgewater assault

Authorities are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying an individual believed to be involved in an aggravated sexual assault that occurred in the area...

Princeton police blotter

The manager of a Palmer Square West store reported that someone passed off a counterfeit $20 bill in making a purchase Oct. 9. A Meadowbrook...

West Windsor police blotter

Someone entered an unlocked car parked in an unlocked garage at a residence in the Windsor Hunt development, and stole the victim's wallet Oct....

Planning Board to hold special meeting on Princeton Shopping Center plan

The Princeton Planning Board will hold a special meeting Oct. 26 to wrap up the public hearing on Princeton (Edens) LLC's application to build...

Four candidates vie for three seats on Princeton school board

Princeton voters will have a choice from among four candidates vying for three open seats on the Princeton Public Schools Board of Education when...

Common calendar, Packet papers, Oct. 15

Throughout October The Burlington County Farmers Market will continue weekly from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays through October at the Burlington County Agricultural Center...

Local museum creates educational Black history resources for New Jersey schools

Stoutsburg Sourland African American Museum (SSAAM) board member Kevin Burkman delivered a detailed, poster-sized map of Black history sites in the Sourland Mountain region...

Setnicky retires from Princeton First Aid and Rescue Squad

Hanging in the window in Frank Setnicky's office at the Princeton First Aid and Rescue Squad, there is a colorful set of interlocking rings...

St. Lawrence Rehab, nursing homes to be sold

The St. Lawrence Rehabilitation Center and its associated nursing and assisted living facilities have been put on the block for sale - but none...

Planning Board recommends Franklin Avenue as area in need of redevelopment

The Princeton Planning Board has recommended that the Franklin Avenue parking lot and the Franklin Terrace and Maple Terrace rental housing developments should be...

N.J. municipalities will shine a light on metastatic breast cancer on Oct. 13

METAvivor Research and Support announces the launch of the third annual global landmark campaign, #LightUpMBC, to shine a light on the importance of awareness...

U.S. Justice Department will examine threats against school officials

The New Jersey School Boards Association (NJSBA) is reporting that on Oct. 4, the U.S. Department of Justice directed the FBI and U.S. Attorneys’...

Common calendar, Packet papers, Oct. 8

Ongoing FEMA has closed some of its Disaster Recovery Centers (DRC), established last month to assist residents and businesses whose property was damaged by Tropical...

Murphy administration unveils youth mental health resource website

Gov. Phil Murphy and members of his administration have announced a new web tool - covid19.nj.gov/youthhelp - that is designed to link parents, youths...

Hun School unveils performing arts, STEM centers

The Hun School celebrated the grand opening of its new Breen Performing Arts Center and DAYLO STEM Center. The $9 million project transformed the western...

Democrats running unopposed for seats on Princeton Council

When voters cast their ballots to fill two open seats on the Princeton Council, the choices on the ballot will include incumbent Princeton Councilwoman...

Princeton Planning Board considers development at Princeton Shopping Center

The Princeton Planning Board is expected to take action on an application to build a 200-unit rental apartment building on a portion of a...
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