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Mercer County Library to feature Lawrence Hopewell Trail photos

The Lawrence Hopewell Trail (LHT) as captured by Ewing Township photographer Susan Jacobsen will be on display at the Mercer County Library Branch Headquarters...

Two foundations award grants to nonprofit organizations

Finding a steady job that pays well is a challenge. And for individuals who have been released from jail it can be almost impossible. There are...

YWCA Princeton’s Breast Cancer Resource Center receives grant from Janssen Pharmaceuticals to provide free...

YWCA Princeton’s Breast Cancer Resource Center (BCRC) received a grant from Janssen Pharmaceuticals to support its Transportation Program, which provides free rides to and...

Volunteers honored for contributions to East Windsor

Seventeen East Windsor Township residents were honored for their volunteer service on the township's advisory boards and committees at the East Windsor Township Council's...

Montgomery Township seniors learn to better protect themselves from potential scams

Senior citizens nationwide are targeted more frequently by financial fraud and scams, resulting in billions lost each year. According to a Senate Special Committee report...

Mironov elected to 25th consecutive term as East Windsor mayor

Three of the four newly reelected East Windsor Township Council members were sworn into office for four-year terms, and the mayor and deputy mayor...
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Hightstown rallies to top WWP North in boys’ hoops

Senior leadership was the key to help the Hightstown High School boys’ basketball team battle back in the final three minutes to earn its...

East Windsor to hold food drive on Jan. 31

Aiming to fill the pantry shelves at RISE and St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church, East Windsor Township officials urge residents to donate food...
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Mercer County Superior Court to hear motion to dismiss Westminster Choir College suit

A motion to dismiss Westminster Choir College students' lawsuit to block Rider University's plans to move the school from its Princeton campus to the...

Hightstown and East Windsor prepare for government reorganization

New Year's Day will be busy in Hightstown Borough and East Windsor Township when newly elected officials in the two municipalities will be sworn...

Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Greater Mercer County announces new mobile pantry

On Jan. 30, Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Greater Mercer County (JFCS) will reveal its new Mobile Food Pantry to the community. The process...

West Windsor man indicted again for county burglaries

A West Windsor Township man who was previously indicted for burglarizing homes in Princeton and Lawrence, West Windsor, Hopewell and Robbinsville townships, has been...
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Hun School alumna crowned Miss America 2020

Camille Schrier is standing a bit taller tonight as she balances a glittering crown bestowed upon her head as Miss America 2020 in Uncasville,...

East Windsor awarded grant for road improvements

Exeter Road and surrounding streets will be repaved, thanks to a state grant that has been awarded to East Windsor Township. East Windsor Township has...

East Windsor announces 2018 Firefighters of the Year recipients

Two veteran East Windsor Township volunteer firefighters have been named the 2018 Firefighter of the Year by their respective volunteer fire companies. Evan Dorfman, who...
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At First Bank, personal banking begins with family

As a community bank, First Bank’s focus on meaningful relationships has become a tribute to an endearing father-son relationship, encapsulating years of fatherly words,...

Holmdel woman wins TV at Central Jersey Holiday Shopping Bazaar

The Holiday Shopping & Craft Bazaar event at iPlay America in Freehold Township was held on Dec. 8 by Newspaper Media Group and centraljersey.com....

Local organizations to rally in Princeton against Trump

"Nobody Is Above the Law," a rally in Princeton, demanding President Donald Trump to be impeached and removed from office will take place later...
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