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  • By Mike Morsch, Packet Media Group
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As Jen Moore was walking along the race route of the recent Poconos Run for the Red marathon near mile marker 19, she mentioned to a couple of friends that the runners at that point of the race looked haggard and were starting to labor.

  • By John Tredrea, Special Writer
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The rain held off falling from a sky that had been overcast most of last Thursday (June 18), and so Hopewell Valley Central High School was able to hold its graduation in the most desired spot — Ackerson Field, the turf athletic field on the high school grounds, instead of indoors.

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  • By Anthony Stoeckert, Packet Media Group
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Nine years ago, the people who run Palmer Square had the idea of hosting a “Girls Night Out” promotion, inviting women to come to the square to dine, shop and take advantage of sales and promotions hosted by various stores.

PRINCETON -The public is invited to a meeting Thursday about hospital transportation, at the Henry Pannell Center. The meeting will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. In particular, municipal officials are looking to hear from people who either use or know people who use the 655 bus to Universit…

A vandal spray-painted graffiti on several large boulders within the Mountain Lakes Preserve, off Mountain Avenue. The incident was reported at 11:15 a.m. April 30. 

The New Jersey Conservation Foundation, Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association and Friends of Princeton Open Space have asked the Third Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia to stop construction immediately of the Transcontinental Pipe Line Company’s Leidy Southeast Expansion Project.

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