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Middlesex County-wide food drive assists 1,500 families
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Middlesex County-wide food drive assists 1,500 families

Middlesex County Food Organization and Outreach Distribution Services (MCFOODS), in conjunction with the Community FoodBank of New Jersey (CFBNJ)...

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Homdel officials affirm need for affordable housing project
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Homdel officials affirm need for affordable housing project

HOLMDEL - In a 3-0 vote, the Township Committee has taken a step toward satisfying Holmdel's obligation to provide opportunities for the...

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Woodbridge reports three, two and zero new COVID-19 cases over the weekend, Woodbridge Center Mall is now open
News 5 days ago
Woodbridge reports three, two and zero new COVID-19 cases over the weekend, Woodbridge Center Mall is now open

Woodbridge reports three, two and zero new COVID-19 cases over the weekend,... WOODBRIDGE - The township reported five new cases over a three-day...

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Lincoln Equities Group acquires Bristol-Meyers Squibb's Hopewell campus
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Lincoln Equities Group acquires Bristol-Meyers Squibb's Hopewell campus

Bristol-Meyers Squibb (BMS) is no longer the owner of its Hopewell campus after selling the property to real estate firm Lincoln Equities Group....

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Larken Associates negotiates lease with NYC-based marketing firm for temporary office space in Princeton
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Larken Associates negotiates lease with NYC-based marketing firm for temporary office space in Princeton

Larken Associates has negotiated an 800-square-foot short-term lease with a New York City-based marketing and consulting firm at their Montgomery...

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Woodbridge new COVID-19 cases remain in single digits, township cracking down on sale/possession of illegal fireworks
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Woodbridge new COVID-19 cases remain in single digits, township cracking down on sale/possession of illegal fireworks

Woodbridge new COVID-19 cases remain in single digits, township cracking down on... WOODBRIDGE - The township reported nine new cases in a two-day...

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Classic, Red Brick One- and Two-Story Medical and Office Buildings for Lease in NJ

Montgomery Commons offers dental, medical and office space for lease, conveniently located on Apple gate Drive off Route 206 in Montgomery, NJ....

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South Brunswick officials 'begrudgingly' rezone properties for affordable housing
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South Brunswick officials 'begrudgingly' rezone properties for affordable housing

SOUTH BRUNSWICK - Members of the South Brunswick Township Council "begrudgingly" adopted an ordinance rezoning areas of the town for affordable...

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Marlboro board will consider plan for housing, commercial uses at Route 79 site
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Marlboro board will consider plan for housing, commercial uses at Route 79 site

MARLBORO - An application that proposes the construction of 105 housing units and two commercial buildings on Route 79 between Buck Lane and...

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Special Feature: Princeton Government Responds to Community During COVID-19
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Special Feature: Princeton Government Responds to Community During COVID-19

Princeton Government Responds to Community During COVID-19 PRINCETON - "During this crisis we are not going to get everything right. We are trying...

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YMCA partners with local agencies to distribute meals, food supplies during pandemic
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YMCA partners with local agencies to distribute meals, food supplies during pandemic

The YMCA of Greater Monmouth County pivoted immediately when its facilities shut down in March as the COVID-19 crisis started. The gym floors,...

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Manalapan officials propose to create zones for affordable housing
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Manalapan officials propose to create zones for affordable housing

MANALAPAN - The Township Committee is expected to conduct public hearings on three ordinances that will, if adopted, help Manalapan meet its...

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Woodbridge new COVID-19 cases remain low, township farmer's market opens June 27
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Woodbridge new COVID-19 cases remain low, township farmer's market opens June 27

WOODBRIDGE - The township reported six new cases in a two-day period, which bring the total number of cases to 2,093, according to Mayor John...

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COVID-19 testing broadly available in Middlesex County

Middlesex County has compiled a comprehensive directory of COVID-19 testing facilities throughout its 25 municipalities to ensure that all...

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Special Feature: COVID-19 Brings Charity to the Forefront in Princeton
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Special Feature: COVID-19 Brings Charity to the Forefront in Princeton

PRINCETON - Before COVID-19, the Princeton Mobile Food Pantry regularly served about 300 food insecure households with groceries and essential...

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Monmouth freeholders to allocate $10M CARES Act funding to small business community
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Monmouth freeholders to allocate $10M CARES Act funding to small business community

On behalf of the Monmouth County Board of Freeholders, Freeholder Director Thomas A. Arnone has announced that the county will allocate $10 million...

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Accessory apartments will count as affordable housing in Millstone Township
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Accessory apartments will count as affordable housing in Millstone Township

MILLSTONE - Municipal officials have adopted an ordinance which states that accessory apartments developed in Millstone Township will be made...

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Quaker Bridge Mall to reopen fully
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Quaker Bridge Mall to reopen fully

The Quaker Bridge Mall parking lot is mostly empty, but the Simon Property Group is hoping that it will begin to fill, now that Gov. Phil Murphy...

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Hinksons The Office Store organized by Andrew Mangone
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Hinksons The Office Store organized by Andrew Mangone

Our business, Hinksons was purchased by Harold Hinkson from William Sinclair in 1919 just at … Andrew Mangone needs your support for Hinksons The...

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Slow Streets program encourages bicycle, pedestrian safety in Princeton
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Slow Streets program encourages bicycle, pedestrian safety in Princeton

Ten streets scattered throughout the town have been chosen for Princeton's fledgling Slow Streets program, whose goal is to make them safer for...

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Special Feature: Princeton Businesses Struggle to Stay Afloat
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Special Feature: Princeton Businesses Struggle to Stay Afloat

PRINCETON - Lisa Ruddy, the owner of the Princeton Soup and Sandwich Company, said she remembers how fast COVID-19 brought her 16-year-old business...

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Woodbridge new COVID-19 cases fluctuated over the weekend, summer concert series to begin on July 6
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Woodbridge new COVID-19 cases fluctuated over the weekend, summer concert series to begin on July 6

Woodbridge new COVID-19 cases fluctuated over the weekend, summer concert series to... WOODBRIDGE - New COVID-19 cases in the township fluctuated...

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Looking back: 60 years of conservation in New Jersey
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Looking back: 60 years of conservation in New Jersey

It's hard to imagine New Jersey without its strong environmental bent and legacy. Over the past few decades, New Jersey has passed landmark...

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Lands’ End to open new store in Lawrence Township
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Lands’ End to open new store in Lawrence Township

Lands' End is opening its newest retail location at Mercer Mall in Lawrence Township on June 25. In compliance with state and local guidelines, the...

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Vaseful in Princeton celebrates first anniversary of providing employment for people with disabilities
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Vaseful in Princeton celebrates first anniversary of providing employment for people with disabilities

Vaseful in Princeton celebrates first anniversary of providing employment for people with... Vaseful Flower and Gifts in Princeton recently...

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Freehold Township affordable housing issue to be considered June 30
News 2 weeks ago
Freehold Township affordable housing issue to be considered June 30

FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP - Possible action on a proposed ordinance that will help Freehold Township meet its obligation to provide opportunities for the...

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Woodbridge new COVID-19 cases reflect backlog in paperwork, senior centers open for crafts, games June 22
News 2 weeks ago
Woodbridge new COVID-19 cases reflect backlog in paperwork, senior centers open for crafts, games June 22

Woodbridge new COVID-19 cases reflect backlog in paperwork, senior centers open for... WOODBRIDGE - Woodbridge officials reported 16 new positive...

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LOOSE ENDS 6/19: Joe Greene and his company
News 2 weeks ago
LOOSE ENDS 6/19: Joe Greene and his company

I am no Pollyanna, but I discovered several glass-is-half-full aspects of this COVID-19 pandemic. The very clean glass becomes even fuller when you...

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Old Bridge new COVID-19 cases remain low, township loses two more residents
News 2 weeks ago
Old Bridge new COVID-19 cases remain low, township loses two more residents

LD BRIDGE - Old Bridge officials have reported two new positive COVID-19 cases, which bring the total number of cases to 1,057, according to Old...

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Old Bridge new COVID-19 cases under five
News 3 weeks ago
Old Bridge new COVID-19 cases under five

OLD BRIDGE - Old Bridge officials have reported three new positive COVID-19 cases, which bring the total number of cases to 1,055, according to Old...

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