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The Fund for Women and Girls awards more than $250,000 to local nonprofits

The Princeton Area Community Foundation’s Fund for Women and Girls has awarded more than $250,000 in grants to local nonprofits this year. The fund hosted...

Gov. announces additional $60M to fulfill pipeline of small business grant applications  

Gov. Phil Murphy has announced a commitment of at least $60 million in additional Coronavirus, Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding to...

Atlantic Hub Business Briefs, Nov. 4

OceanFirst Bank N.A., the wholly owned subsidiary of OceanFirst Financial Corp., has announced the appointment of Eric K. Mason as Senior Vice President and...
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Poll Hero Project offers opportunity to work in-person elections

By MADELEINE MACCAR The Sun In less than two months since its founding, the Poll Hero Project (PHP) has encouraged more than 15,000 high school and...

Colts Neck K-8 schools will begin new year on Sept. 8

COLTS NECK - The Colts Neck K-8 School District will offer a hybrid model of in-person and remote instruction and an all-remote model of...

National Museum of Mathematics appoints local resident as distinguished visiting professor  

The National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath) appointed of Rutgers University math professor and MoMath's dean of Academic Content, Dr. Alex Kontorovich, as MoMath’s distinguished visiting...
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Food drive in Rumson-Fair Haven helps Lunch Break serve those in need

Throughout his young life, Liam Horan and his family have made donations to Lunch Break in Red Bank. It is an important cause to...
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A Celebration of Song and Dance in Hopewell

By Rebecca M. Hersh Bring your friends, family, voice, instruments and tapping feet out on March 22 to experience a traditional Celtic “cèilidh” with live...

HEALTH MATTERS 2/14: STDs On the Rise: Prevention is Key

By Rachael M. Sampson, M.D. Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are on the rise in the United States, with more than 2.4 million combined cases of...

McCarter Theatre presents ‘Pan’ with flutist Claire Chase

The McCarter Theatre in Princeton is presenting a community participation performance with flutist and MacArthur fellow Claire Chase in "Pan." "Pan", which is an evening-length...

Holmdel High students eligible for scholarship

Newman Springs Dental Care is offering one $500 scholarship for a Holmdel High School graduating senior planning a career in health care. This includes medicine,...

Update on serious crash on Route 1 in West Windsor

The driver of a sport utility vehicle that left the road and struck a utility pole on Route 1 South at Washington Road on...

Marie-Antoinette Pinard

On Wednesday, December 4, 2019, Marie-Antoinette Pinard transitioned to heaven. Antoinette’s journey began in St. Marc Haiti, her place of birth. Mrs. Pinard attended...
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On the Road 11/29: 2020 Toyota Corolla XSE

By Peter Perrotta If it’s true – like the old song says – that 50 million Frenchmen can’t be wrong, then can 46 million Toyota...
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Mater Dei Prep gets redemption over RBC to advance to fourth straight state final

It was the opportunity that the Mater Dei Prep football team had been waiting for since the end of last season. A chance to...
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East Brunswick gymnastic team thrived this season

The East Brunswick High School gymnastics team finished off its  "amazing season" with a strong showing at the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association...
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Reilly, Bottino lead list of CBA student athletes on signing day

 Christian Brothers Academy had a total of 10 student athletes sign letters of intent to play at the college level during National Signing Day...
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South Brunswick’s Polam leads Middlesex County cross-country runners

 Vidhur Polam continued to add some hardware to his terrific 2019 fall season for the South Brunswick High School boys' cross-country team in the...
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