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‘Every Pride is someone’s first Pride’

Princeton Pride will be a "celebration of queer joy" this Saturday when people gather together to march in...

Common Calendar, Packet Papers, June 21

Burlington, Mercer, Middlesex, and Somerset counties New Jersey Blood Services (NJBS), a division of New York Blood Center, which provides blood for local patients, is looking for a few good...

Flag Day

Courtesy of the Bordentown Historical Society Bordentown Historical Society recognized Flag Day on June 14.

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Emerging artists took center stage at Hopewell Theater

"Canvases + Confections" was not just an event that showcased established artists but also those emerging. The event served as a fundraiser for the 17th...

Lawrence High School assistant principal appointed to supervisor post

Lawrence High School Assistant Principal Damien Bariexca has been named as the new K-6 STEAM (science technology engineering art and math) supervisor. Bariexca was appointed...

Hopewell Borough use federal funds for improvements to public works facility

Hopewell Borough is appropriating approximately $200,000 from American Rescue Plan (ARP) federal funds towards the improvements and repairs to the borough's Department of Public...

Nursing facility fined for inadequate staffing

The Lawrence Rehab & HCC/The Meadows at Lawrence, formerly known as St. Lawrence Rehabilitation Center and Morris Hall, has been fined $69,000 by the...

Kathryn Moffett Turner

Kathryn Moffett Turner passed away in her home in Newington, Connecticut, on June 4, 2024, surrounded by family and with much love. She is survived...

‘Princeton Public Schools has failed’

The May 9 walkout by Princeton High School (PHS) students to the now-disbanded pro-Palestinian/anti-Israel encampment at Princeton University continues to reverberate in the Princeton...

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