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Swamp pinks face double threat

By Michele S. Byers In the wooded wetlands of southern New Jersey, tender buds of swamp pink flowers are popping from the ground like stalks...

Online activities will celebrate organ donation through NJ Sharing Network

NJ Sharing Network, the non-profit, federally designated organ procurement organization responsible for the recovery of organs and tissue in the state, will observe National...

Princeton families offer inspiring messages to first responders

PHOTOS SUBMITTED BY SUZY MORRIS The Crotty, Morris and Pomraning families, who live at the intersection of Herrontown Road and Snowden Lane in Princeton, adorned...

Princeton art and music organizations turn to virtual interactions with community residents

Art and music organizations in Princeton are navigating the landscape of closed galleries and cancelled performances during the coronavirus outbreak. Some of those organizations are...

Princeton nonprofits continue operations during coronavirus pandemic

The coronavirus outbreak has Princeton nonprofits making cuts and modifying services. Several nonprofits such as the Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice (BRCSJ), YWCA Princeton...

Voices Chorale NJ: Can We Sing the Darkness to Light?

The members of Voices Chorale NJ will be sharing inspiring music from their previous concerts online to stay connected with their audiences, each other...

Mercer exec: County test site is keeping up with demand

Nearly 300 people who are suspected of having coronavirus have rolled through Mercer County's new drive-through test site since the facility opened in the...
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Princeton emergency medical technician has COVID-19

A Princeton First Aid and Rescue Squad per-diem member has tested positive for COVID-19, the Princeton Health Department announced April 2. The PFARS member began...

Elderly Princeton woman dies of COVID-19

An elderly Princeton woman who may have been infected by a home health aide has become the town's first COVID-19 death, the Princeton Health...
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With families home due to pandemic, fire safety practices are necessary

The New Jersey Fire Sprinkler Advisory Board is offering tips to help people stay safe from fires while they are spending extended periods of...

Taking home building virtual with Design 446

MANASQUAN – In these uncertain times, change is inevitable – globally, nationally, regionally and locally. As businesses both large and small begin to temporarily...

Medical marijuana patients face unavailable medication, long lines at treatment centers during COVID crisis

There are 73,000 patients in New Jersey's medicinal cannabis program, which represents only a small fraction of the number of people in New Jersey...

Three deaths reported in Mercer County as COVID-19 cases continue to rise in Princeton

Mercer County recorded its first deaths from COVID-19 this week, the New Jersey Department of Health announced. Three Mercer County residents have died after contracting...

Princeton school board introduces $95.6M budget for 2020-21

The Princeton Public Schools Board of Education has introduced a $95.6 million operating budget for the 2020-21 academic year. The budget, which was introduced in...

Seventy Mercer County residents seek COVID-19 tests as new testing center opens at Quaker...

In the first full day of appointment-only, drive-through testing for COVID-19, 70 Mercer County residents rolled through Mercer County's new testing center at the...

Mercer County coronavirus cases expected to increase as area testing center opens

The number of Mercer County residents who have tested positive for COVID-19 has continued to climb and reached 249 cases - including 26 Princeton...

Girl Scouts at Home program provides activities for all girls during self isolation period

The Girl Scouts At Home program has launched, presented via new website pages that will direct parents and teachers to tutorials, step-by-step badge programs...
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New Jersey Economic Development Authority approves programs to support businesses during coronavirus outbreak

The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) approved a suite of new programs designed to support businesses and workers facing economic hardship due to...
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