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Former IBEW union hall becomes new office location for Rise

Rise, a nonprofit providing social services in the Hightstown/East Windsor area, celebrated the grand opening of its new home office location with a ribbon...

New facility will house Robbinsville, Hightstown police departments

Robbinsville Township Mayor Dave Fried and Hightstown Borough Mayor Lawrence D. Quattrone announced a historic shared services agreement to construct a new police station...

East Windsor school board has three-way race for two open seats

Two incumbent school board members are fending off a challenger in a three-way race for the two open seats on the East Windsor Regional...

East Windsor man charged with possession of drug paraphernalia

A 25-year-old East Windsor man is facing charges of possession of drug paraphernalia and motor vehicle violations after police were called to investigate a...

East Windsor police blotter

A single car crash on Route 33 resulted in charges of driving while intoxicated, reckless driving and careless driving being filed against a 35-year-old...

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...

Hightstown man convicted for random roadside slaying of Freehold woman

A Monmouth County jury has returned guilty verdicts on all charges against a Hightstown man who shot and killed a local woman as she...

Three seats up for grabs on East Windsor Township Council

East Windsor voters will have some choices to make in deciding who will represent them on the East Windsor Township Council for the next...

East Windsor police blotter

A 28-year-old Puerto Rico woman who was stopped by police for speeding on Route 133 Oct. 1 was charged with driving while intoxicated, reckless...

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 - - that is designed to link parents, youths...

Three candidates vie for two seats on Hightstown Borough Council

Three candidates - two Democrats and one Republican - are vying to fill two open seats on the Hightstown Borough Council in the Nov....

East Windsor adds two officers to police force

Mayor Janice S. Mironov administered oaths of office to new police officers, Juan Polanco and Aaron Edler, who fill police department vacancies resulting from...

East Windsor police blotter

A 51-year-old Trenton man was charged with hindering apprehension, obstructing the administration of law, being an unlicensed driver and driving while his license was...

Marty’s Place is teaching senior dogs new tricks

On a 25-acre section of property in Upper Freehold Township, aging dogs live out the rest of their years at a sanctuary called Marty’s...

Common calendar, Packet papers, Oct. 1

Ongoing   Disaster Recovery Centers (DRC) are open to help residents affected by the remnants of Tropical Storm Ida. Representatives from FEMA and the U.S. Small Business...
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