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SCOTT FRIEDMAN

Spirit of Princeton plans virtual Memorial Day wreath-laying ceremony

Although the Spirit of Princeton’s annual Memorial Day Parade, originally scheduled for May 23, has been cancelled, the Spirit of Princeton organization nevertheless will...
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Mercer County moves COVID-19 testing site in anticipation of mall reopening

Mercer County's appointment-only, drive-through COVID-19 testing site has been relocated from the parking lot at the Quaker Bridge Mall in Lawrence Township to a...
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Mercer County Correction Center offers COVID-19 update

Eight inmates and four staff members at the Mercer County Correction Center in Hopewell Township have tested positive for COVID-19, but no COVID-19 deaths...

Fund for Women and Girls expedites grant to Latin American Legal Defense and Education...

The Latin American Legal Defense and Education Fund (LALDEF) has received an expedited payment of $25,000 from a multi-year grant from the Fund for...

Burlington County CIT coordinator will discuss dealing with law enforcement during a mental health...

NAMI NJ (National Alliance on Mental Illness) and AACT-NOW (African American Community Together NOW) will hold a webinar, Successfully Dealing With Law Enforcement During...

Glittering jewels of the sky

By Michele S. Byers This time of year, New Jersey is popping with color from blooming flowers and shrubs and beautiful songbirds. One of the...
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New Jersey DEP denies permits sought for NESE pipeline project; Williams Company has no...

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) rejected the permits sought by Williams Transco to build its Northeast Supply Enhancement (NESE) Project, which...

theCoderSchool Montgomery opens virtually during COVID-19 crisis

TheCoderSchool Montgomery is unveiling its newest location virtually in June. The school – whose motto is “Learn to code. Change the world.” – plans to...

Health Matters 5/15: Diabetes and COVID-19

By Sandra Byer-Lubin, R.D., C.D.E. Managing diabetes and controlling blood sugar when you’re sick can be more difficult than it is at other times. You...

NAMI NJ webinar series offers information on crisis planning, dealing with law enforcement

The NAMI NJ (National Alliance on Mental Illness) webinar series continues with Crisis Planning for Families from 1-2 p.m. on May 20. The webinar will...

Seven of Princeton’s COVID deaths deemed ‘probably positive expired’

Nearly two dozen Princeton residents have died of COVID-19 complications since the first death was announced April 2, the Princeton Health Department reported May...

Children ages 11 and older invited to webinar on coping with anxiety due to...

Princeton Family YMCA will host A Family Conversation: Coping with Anxiety in the Age of COVID-19 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. on May 20. The webinar is...

New TV show will focus on business community in Mercer County

The Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber will launch a TV show featuring businesses and prominent figures of Mercer County this month. The show is being developed...

Healthcare workers, caregivers invited to attend virtual support group meetings

New Jersey Hope and Healing, through The Mental Health Association in New Jersey in collaboration with the New Jersey Department of Human Services’ Division...

Support organ donation through NJ Sharing Network 10th anniversary walk on May 17

NJ Sharing Network, the non-profit organization responsible for the recovery of organs and tissue for nearly 4,000 New Jersey residents awaiting lifesaving transplants, celebrates...

Interim superintendent named in Princeton

A retired superintendent of schools and adjunct professor at Gwynedd Mercy University has been tapped to serve as the interim superintendent of schools while...

PTAC spotlights Free B bus service during discussion on public transit

Princeton’s Public Transit Advisory Committee discussed the reopening of public transit during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic in a meeting on May 12. Currently, Princeton’s Free...
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Teens fundraise for iPads so hospitalized COVID-19 patients can communicate with loved ones

Five Central Jersey high school students have started their own initiative, Students Supporting Central Jersey, dedicated to facilitating safe communication between COVID-19 patients and...
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