Taxpayers’ investment will be protected and two remaining Somerset County solar projects will be able to move forward under a global settlement of litigation that had stalled the initiative for several years.
The Somerset County Board of Chosen Freeholders and the Somerset County Improvement Authority each voted this week (Feb. 24) to approve the county’s participation in the settlement, which will end Somerset County’s role in the legal proceedings.
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Going home after the sledding Photo©Cliff Moore
Saturday March 28th from 7-9pm at the Montgomery Upper Middle School Auditorium.
Girl Rising is a groundbreaking feature film (rated PG-13) that has already been seen by millions. This film spotlights the stories of nine unforgettable girls born into unforgiving circumstances. The film... More
PRINCETON, NJ: This week, the Princeton Family YMCA launches “Project Jump Shot”, a $30,000 capital campaign to upgrade the Dodge Gymnasium which was constructed more than 40 years ago, in 1972. For generations, the Dodge Gym has been a center of activity in town, with... More
Princeton Pro Musica will present “A Festival of Choirs” on March 14, 2015 at 8:00pm in the Princeton University Chapel. The Princeton... More
Free pilot program in conjunction with Literacy Volunteers of Somerset County
(Somerset County, NJ: February 20, 2015) Literacy Volunteers... More
Rt. 518 eastbound will be open evenings and mornings past the Canal into Franklin Tow nship until 9 am and after 4 pm. It will be open 24 hours a... More
On Jan. 13, MTPD and MEMS were dispatched to a three-car accident at Rt. 518 near Research Rd. at 5:22 pm. An eastbound 44-year-old Princeton... More
Every other year, Montgomery High School (MHS) students have the opportunity to go to Germany during the summer. They are immersed in the German... More
At Orchard Farm Organics, Montgomery Township's first certified
organic farm, on Cherry Hiil Road, the groundhog has predicted a long
With potential for a $35 million bond referendum for capital improvements by next year, Montgomery Public Schools took a first step to bringing... More
The Montgomery Business Association will be holding the first meeting of the year on March 25 at 8 am at the Elks Cliub on Rt. 518. Mayor... More