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Art to Lend a Helping Hand

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul in Princeton will launch a charity art exhibition of paintings and photographs by award-winning regional artist Rhoda Kassof-Isaac on Thursday, September 15,...

Opportunities

AuditionThe Roxey Ballet is holding auditions for dancers ages 4 through 18 on Saturday, September 10, for “The Nutcracker” at Canal Studios, 243 North Union Street, Lambertville. Registration ...

Remembering My Experience in the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001

It is now the 15th anniversary of September 11th. Fifteen years. And yet I remember every detail and emotion of that tragic morning as if it were just yesterday....

9/11 Memorials

The website for the national 9/11 memorial, www.911memorial.org, includes a registry of more than 1,000 memorial sites that commemorate the lives lost on September 11, 2001. As the...

In Indian Culture, Divorce Involves the Whole Family

Most divorce lawyers would never dream of calling the parents of the couple in to have a role in the proceedings, but to Supti Bhattacharya, right, it’s an occasional...

On the Move

#b#Leaving Town#/b#Allied Barton Security Services, 4270 Route 1 North, Monmouth Junction.Allied Security, a company that provides security services as well as background checks and investigations, based in King of...

To the Editor

#b#Let’s End Big Money’s Role in Politics#/b#Represent.Us/Central NJ is celebrating a great year — and we’re not done yet. In 2016 two more towns — South Brunswick in April...

Investor May Block Bank Merger

The Investors Bank merger with the Bank of Princeton, announced in May, could be blocked by a shareholder. Investors Bancorp announced in a September 1 SEC filing that businessman...