Despite the threat of scattered morning showers, East Windsor Township and Hightstown teamed with the Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association for its 10th annual stream cleanup Saturday, April 23.
HIGHTSTOWN - The Hightstown Environmental Commission was looking to jazz things up a little bit with a new logo. And fifth-grader Jimin Kim had the answer.
East Windsor Township Mayor Janice S. Mironov recognized the elementary school winners of the East Windsor Township Earth Day Recycling Poster Contest at the April 19 council meeting.
EAST WINDSOR – Mayor Janice Mironov spent the afternoon with local third graders discussing the importance of Arbor Day and delivered tree saplings for the students to take home Monday afternoon at the Perry L. Drew School.
EAST WINDSOR – The Township Council recognized the East Windsor Regional School District Hightstown High School After Prom Committee in honor of April being proclaimed Alcohol Awareness Month during its meeting on April 19.
EAST WINDSOR – Local middle school students will be hosting a flea market Saturday, April 30, to benefit families impacted by domestic violence and abuse.
Hightstown High School’s environmental awareness club Project Green joined members of the community April 23 at a pro-conservation rally in front of Peddie Bridge.
Christian Sherwin, a graduating senior at Hightstown High School, has been named one of 689 semifinalists in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program.
East Windsor Mayor Janice Mironov will deliver the annual State of East Windsor Township Address on Thursday, May 5, at a luncheon event at the Holiday Inn East Windsor, 399 Monmouth Street.
Robbinsville Superintendent of Schools Steven J. Mayer was remembered Friday as a devoted husband and father whose Christian faith guided his life right up to the moment he was killed on an early morning run earlier this week.
It was a sea of flowers and candles Tuesday evening at a candlelight vigil to honor the life of Robbinsville School Superintendent Steven Mayer, who was killed earlier that day after being struck by a car while jogging.
BOSTON – He battled warmer than usual temperatures, a headwind and pain in his feet, legs and hips, but Hightstown High School alum Jeremy Klapper managed to finish his fourth Boston Marathon Monday.
Hightstown High School’s Mercury robotics team will be competing in the world championships next week after placing second in the FIRST Mid-Atlantic district championship last weekend at Lehigh University in Pennsylvania.
EAST WINDSOR – The Township Council unanimously adopted its 2016 municipal budget for $21.5 million Tuesday night, which calls for no increase in the municipal tax rate for the third year in a row.
HIGHSTOWN – The Borough Council unanimously adopted an ordinance amending and revising its “Projecting Signs” general ordinance during its Monday night meeting.
The American Red Cross encourages eligible donors to make an appointment to give blood and help save lives in honor of World Red Cross and Red Crescent Day.
HIGHTSTOWN – The Borough Council introduced an ordinance regarding the licensing of massage parlors, bodywork and somatic therapists during Monday night’s meeting.
Passover services will be held Saturday, April 23, at 9 a.m. There is no service on the night of the first Seder. The Sunday service is at 9:30 a.m. Services also will be held April 28 at 6 p.m., April 29 at 9:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., and Yizkor will be recited at Sabbath services on April 30.
East Windsor Township will have “Operation Medicine Cabinet” from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 30, with a drop box at the Police/Court Building.
HIGHTSTOWN – Organizers of the Hightstown-East Windsor Memorial Day Parade are seeking help finding World War II veterans in order to keep its tradition going.
The 2016 East Windsor Regional School District’s Elementary Science Fair was held on February 25, 2016 at the Melvin H. Kreps Middle School. Approximately 100 science projects representing four elementary schools were submitted, judged, and available for public viewing.
HIGHTSTOWN – The borough council discussed updating its Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance after recently being contacted by the Federal Emergency Management Agency and New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection during its meeting on April 4.
Six local artists will display their works at The Hickory Corner Branch of the Mercer County Library System from May 4 through June 26 during normal library hours.
Cody Madden has committed to play football at Rowan University. He is pictured with his mom, Vikki Hilton, mentor John Nicola, coach Ethan Jeros and some unidentified friends.
Cassandra Morris has committed to run track at Stevenson University in Maryland. She is pictured with her mother Kathy Morris, sister Alex Morris, coach Don Hess and coach Samantha Biondi.
Hightstown High School athlete Jessica DeDomenico has committed to play softball at Rowan University. She is pictured with her parents, Christine and Gregg DeDomenico, coach Kayla Soles and trainer Lisa Merrill.
Hightstown High School baseball player Jacob Simon has announced his commitment to continue his playing career at The College of New Jersey. Pictured with Jacob are his parents Suzanne and Fred Simon and Athletic Director Jim Peto.
Lisa Shetler is a huge Beatles fan. She saw Elvis in concert a couple of times and Tom Jones live a half dozen times. She’s seen The Moody Blues, Pat Benatar and Neil Sedaka and she’s liked them all.
Another big loss is coming to the Twin Rivers library. Nancy Demme who has worked for the Mercer County Library System for more than 25 years, almost 24 of those years as the children’s librarian at The Twin River’s Branch, will be retiring on April 1,2016.
Government and business leaders will give overviews on the state of the economy at the 11th annual Mercer County Economic & Technology Summit on Tuesday, March 8.
WEST WINDSOR -- Woodmont Properties, a commercial and residential developer, has announced the implementation of a $10 million renovation for 400 Alexander Park.
Jean Robinson of Volition Wellness Solutions was elected president of the Montgomery Business Association on Jan. 13 at its annual election of board officials.
WEST WINDSOR — Creative Marketing Alliance (CMA), a full-service marketing firm located in Princeton Junction, has been recognized as the Outstanding Small Business of the Year by the MIDJersey Chamber of Commerce.
Fourteen women entrepreneurs from this area were honored by the Hopewell Valley Community Bank (HVCBank) on Dec. 3, in recognition of National Women in Business Month. The event was held at Mrs. G’s in Lawrence.
HAMILTON - More than 150 leaders of non-profits from throughout South Jersey learned how to become better leaders and improve the culture within their organizations to create happier, more fulfilled employees at the Second Annual Southern New Jersey Not-For-Profit Conference on Oct. 28.
Five business leaders were recognized last night for their contributions to the Princeton area business world at the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Business Leadership Awards Gala at the Tournament Players Club Jasna Polana on Wednesday, Dec. 2.
LAWRENCE — Demolition began Nov. 30 at Terhune Orchards to make room for a new 3,500-square-foot building that will house a larger production facility for Terhune Orchards Winery. Ground should be broken for the project soon.
PRINCETON JUNCTION -- Locally owned YogaSoul has announced its expansion in its effort to make yoga accessible to everyone by providing a welcoming space for connection and community.
Adnan Shamsi, a representative of MassMutual Metro NY, a general agency of Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co. (MassMutual), will host a seminar on “Retirement Success & Signs of a Good Decision” at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 3, at TigerLabs, 252 Nassau Street, Princeton.
Flemington Subaru, member of the Flemington Car and Truck Country family of dealerships, has announced it is participating in the 2015 Subaru Share the Love Campaign selecting the Hunterdon Healthcare Foundation (HHF) as its “hometown charity.” HHF is the fundraising organization for Hunterd…
Hazen Medical Spa in Princeton held its grand opening Oct. 8 and donated all the proceeds from the event to Womanspace. The event, which featured demonstrations by owner and operator Dr. Jill Hazen, tours of the medical spa and refreshments, raised $2,000 for Womanspace. Attendees paid $25 f…
Board-certified dermatologists, Dr. Jennifer Rajan and Dr. Lusia Yi announce the opening of their new dermatology practice, Alliance Dermatology Associates, in Lawrenceville. Alliance Dermatology Associates will specialize in medical and cosmetic dermatology for the skin, hair and body.
Monday Morning Flowers and Balloon Co. Will be hitting the streets of downtown Princeton on Wednesday, Oct. 7, handing out hundreds of bouquets to residents to help brighten their week, as part of the 'Petal It Forward' program, in partnership with the Society of American Florists (SAF). 'Pe…
Hamilton Jewelers will donate 10 percent of all ecommerce sales for the month of October to the YWCA Princeton’s Breast Cancer Resource Center (BCRC). All sales made through www.hamiltonjewelers.com will be applied towards the contribution.
After a successful inaugural year, The Mercadien Foundation, in collaboration with several community partners, moves the Money$peak competition for Mercer County students into its second year. It will be available in area high schools and youth organizations countywide this fall and spring.
HOPEWELL -- Tobias Design, specializing in fine cabinetry designs for kitchens and baths, has been awarded the Influencer badge and the Recommended badge by Houzz, the leading platform for home remodeling and design. This is the second year that Tobias Design has been recognized by Houzz; pr…
The two leaders of the firm JZA+D have been honored as Entrepreneurs of the Year by a regional economic group.
The Princeton Regional Convention and Visitors Bureau and Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce will host its first annual Toast to Tourism Awards, scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 15, from 8 to 10 a.m. at Grounds for Sculpture. The ceremony will include an introduction from Lt. Governor Kim Gu…
Creative Marketing Alliance (CMA), a full-service public relations and marketing firm based in Princeton Junction, welcomed several local interns this summer.
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