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The Princeton School District is looking to hire four part-time security “personnel” for Princeton High School, said Superintendent of Schools Stephen C. Cochrane, in comments Friday seemingly at odds with his remarks after last week’s security breach at PHS.

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Montgomery Township taxpayers, already reeling under recent changes in federal tax law capping state and local tax deductions to $10,000 for federal income tax purposes, may be offered some relief at the state level.

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Volunteer docent Virginia Swanagan, above, shows a double pelt mink stole and alligator purse and other historic artifacts while explaining their significance to the development of the town during a tour of the Cranbury Museum Feb. 11. The exhibit “Millinery on Main Street: Mrs. Harder's Hat…

Princeton Council member Lance Liverman no longer indulges his sweet tooth and that means no more munching on Reese’s Pieces — something he used to buy in bulk. His abstinence, however, has no…

February is Black History Month, and various organizations are marking the month with lectures, programs, exhibits and the performing arts. These events promise to educate people about lesser-…

On the cold, windy, dreary February day when Punxsutawney Phil predicted six more weeks of winter, my mind kept drifting to visions of the springtime French Market of the Garden Club of Prince…

The print hanging on the wall of my apartment conveys a joyful scene of a young girl feeding pigeons in the East Pyne courtyard on the Princeton University campus. The artwork with its delicat…

Northfield Bank announced Alexander Balnicki has joined Northfield as a vice president of commercial lending in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Balnicki brings over 17 years of commercial lending experience to Northfield. Balnicki began his career as a loan processing agent with champion mortgage and most recently was the vice president of multi-family lending at Peapack-Gladstone […]

Registration is open for the Metuchen Area Chamber of Commerce’s 26th annual golf outing, which will be held on May 7 at the 18-hole private championship golf course, the Metuchen Golf and Country Club, 244 Plainfield Road, Metuchen. The event serves as the single largest fundraiser for the chamber. For more information, email metuchenchamber@optimum.net or […]

Legacy Treatment Services is offering individualized, accessible mental health care and addiction services in Middlesex County with the opening of an office in the Monmouth Junction section of South Brunswick. The new outpatient facility for the nonprofit human service agency opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony featuring local public officials and organization executives on Feb. 13. […]

CENTURY 21 About Town Realty is pleased to announce Anil Sharma has joined its firm as a sales associate. He will specialize in Residential/Commercial property sales in the Monroe Township and Middlesex County area. “We are thrilled to have Anil join our team,” said Jeanne Libassi of Century 21 About Town Realty. “It’s an exciting […]

The Tractor Supply Co. store in Monroe donated 123 bags of pet food to feed dogs and cats in need of adoption at the Husky House in Matawan. In addition to the pet food donation, Monroe Tractor Supply hosts pet adoption events throughout the year. Visit TSCEventPartners.com or call the store at 609-448-4444 to learn more about working with […]

The Colts Neck Business Association will host its 10th annual business luncheon at Trump National Golf Club, Colts Neck, on March 21. Special guests include former New York Giants punter Jeff Feagles. There will be a silent auction featuring exclusive golf packages, sports memorabilia and more. Vendor displays and networking will start the afternoon, prior […]

Professional and Business Social Network will present a Singles Valentine’s Dance Party and Social on Feb. 10 at Forsgate Country Club, 375 Forsgate Drive, Monroe Township. Hustle lesson at 6:45 p.m. Dance starts at 8 p.m. Admission is $20. A DJ will take requests and spin Top 40 dance tracks of today and yesterday. Singles and […]

By Marilyn Kennedy Melia CTW Features Buying a home is scary. That’s why many home shoppers take time to be sure they find the right place. In 2018, however, fear may actually motivate some to hurry up and buy. If mortgage rates begin to rise this year, as many economists predict, it could drive nervous […]

Major study sees upward spending momentum for home remodeling By Jim Parker CTW Features Property owners as of late steadily set aside more money to fix up or revamp their houses, townhomes and condos. The quarterly increases fluctuate between around 5 and 7 percent, a prominent researcher notes. But those gains are middling compared with […]

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