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Victoria Runci of Howell has been placed on the Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, Pa., dean’s honor list for outstanding academic achievement in the Spring 2021 semester. Delaney Lindquist of Howell was named to the Cazenovia College, Cazenovia, N.Y., dean’s list for the Spring 2021 semester. Montclair State University, Montclair, held 16...
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Good Grief graduates newest class of grief support volunteers

The newest class of volunteers graduated on July 26 after completing a 4-day program at Good Grief’s Princeton Family Support Center. PHOTO COURTESY OF GOOD GRIEF. In response to growing demand for programs to support grieving children and families, New Jersey-based Good Grief is ramping up training of volunteer facilitators for its peer support programs in the fall.
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Middlesex County, NJPosted by
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Former adult day care workers convicted of endangering disabled adults

The last of five former Broadway Respite and Home Care employees has been convicted. for offenses involving the abuse of two adults who attended daycare at the. On Nov. 12, 2019, following a presentation to a Middlesex County Grand Jury by Assistant Prosecutor Russell Curley, Kenitra Hicks, 36, was indicted along with Asia Lunn, 24, Kieasha Morgan, 25, both of New Brunswick, Hugo Lorenzo, 27, of North Brunswick, and Janella Allen, 32, of Elizabeth.
Burlington County, NJPosted by
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Burlington County celebrates first fire academy graduation since start of COVID-19 pandemic

Burlington County Commissioner Deputy Director Dan O’Connell speaks to fire 2021 fire academy graduates during Wednesday’s ceremony at the Burlington County Emergency Services Training Center in Westampton.PHOTO COURTESY OF BURLINGTON COUNTY. 2 / 8. Robert Tharp, Delaware River and Shore Region State Fire Coordinator and retired Deputy Chief of the...
East Brunswick, NJPosted by
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Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, East Brunswick Library team up for Volunteer DayRutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, East Brunswick Library team up for Volunteer Day

After receiving their white coats, first-year Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School students teamed up with East Brunswick Public Library for Volunteer Day on July 20.PHOTO COURTESY OF EAST BRUNSWICK LIBRARY. 2 / 2. After receiving their white coats, first-year Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School students teamed up with...
Mercer County, NJPosted by
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Dr. Nigahus “Nick” Karabulut

Dr. Nigahus “Nick” Karabulut prominent infectious disease, internal medicine, and addiction medicine specialist passed away peacefully in his home in Pennington, New Jersey surrounded by his family on July 21, 2021. Born in Istanbul, Turkey, he was the eldest son of the late Donik and Hayguhi Karabulut. He is survived...
ObituariesPosted by
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Robert Kemp Riley

Bob Riley loved his family and his friends and thrived on supporting and celebrating his family’s successes. He was a golfer, Life Master in bridge, published author, and talented musician. He enjoyed all music (particularly jazz) and theater, politically incorrect jokes and intense debate. He was smart, funny, and competitive; proud yet self-deprecating and happy to share the things he most enjoyed.
Hackensack, NJPosted by
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Hackensack Meridian JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute opens new medical program for young children on autism spectrum

A new medical rehabilitation program for young children ages 2-5 with autism spectrum disorders has opened at Hackensack Meridian JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute. The You & Me Autism Program for Young Children, part of the JFK Johnson Pediatric Rehabilitation Department, provides one-on-one Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) in addition to group activities. Speech therapy and occupational therapy can also be provided.
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Gov. Murphy signs legislation supporting veterans, service members

Gov. Phil Murphy has signed legislation (S-278, S-956, and S-961) into law which supports New Jersey veterans and service members and grants them easier access to higher education, expands access to the disabled veterans’ property tax exemption, and establishes an annual grant program within the Troops to College Program to recognize institutions of higher education that offer extensive veteran programs and services.
Millstone, NJPosted by
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Issuance of bonds will fund improvements in Millstone Township

MILLSTONE – Municipal officials in Millstone Township are appropriating $1.17 million toward road, park and vehicle improvements. On July 21, the members of the Township Committee introduced a bond ordinance that will, if adopted, provide the $1.17 million appropriation. The ordinance authorizes the issuance of $825,550 in bonds or notes to finance part of the appropriation.
Princeton, NJPosted by
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Local girls honored for building community

Emmy Stenull, Allie Martin, and Alexandra Kasimatis of “3 Helping Hands” gathered together. PHOTO COURTESY OF JUNIOR LEAGUE OF GREATER PRINCETON. Helping Hands hand painted pots with sprouts and handwritten notes. PHOTO COURTESY OF JUNIOR LEAGUE OF GREATER PRINCETON. D&R Greenway is celebrating Emmy Stenull, Allie Martin and Alexandra Kasimatis...