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Toddlers and museums don't mix

My son almost pooped inside the late 3rd century "Cupids Riding Dolphins, Surrounded by Marine Creatures" tile fountain from Antioch-on-the-Orontes, Turkey, which is located on the bottom floor of the Princeton Art Museum in Princeton, N.J. OK fine, maybe "almost pooped" is pushing the truth a bit, but he was just out of diapers and had a dash of ... (more)

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Sat Apr 19, 2014

The Alternative Press

Former Scotch Plains Schools Business Administrator Will Speak at...

Learn how South Hunterdon's four school boards worked together for six years to create one unified school district, at Courage to Connect New Jersey's fourth-annual statewide seminar on Friday, May 2 from 8 a.m. to 12 Noon.

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TheAlternativePress.com

NJ Walks for TS Honored by State Legislature

Aside from her schoolwork and extracurricular activities, she's a Youth Advocate for the New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome .

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Examiner.com

Decades of failure and horror exposed in Wayne State dog heart experiments

By court order, The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine obtained extensive information and canine health records from Wayne State University through the Michigan Freedom of Information Act.

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Fri Apr 18, 2014

Courier News

Students learn importance of trees at Arbor Day celebration in Montgomery

Tree City flags and signs are proudly on display as the township celebrates Arbor Day and its designation as a Tree City, a title it has held for more than 20 years.

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Patch.com

Footlighters to Perform Avenue Q May 2-17

The Burlington County Footlighters conclude the 2013-14 season with a performance of Avenue Q at The Playhouse in Cinnaminson May 2-17.

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NJ.com

Princeton Univ. students who received meningitis B vaccine are recruited for research study

PRINCETON -- Princeton University students who received a previously unapproved meningitis vaccine in response to a campus outbreak are being recruited to participate in a study of the vaccine's impact.

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Daily Record

Shining a light onNorman Rockwell

N orman Rockwell is having another moment in New Jersey this spring. The Newark Museum is hosting "American Chronicles: The Art of Norman Rockwell" through May 26 and the Yankee Doodle Taproom inside the Nassau Inn in Princeton is presenting "A Norman Rockwell Easter" buffet under the glow of the establishment's 1935 Rockwell mural, "Yankee ... (more)

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NJ.com

Princeton Regional Chamber president to take medical leave

The Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce President & CEO Peter Crowley speaks during their annual luncheon in Princeton on Thursday, November 7, 2013.

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Thu Apr 17, 2014

SBWire

Simple Fix Inc. Services Now Installing Garage Doors for Homes in New Jersey This April

Depending on the age of a house, garage doors will experience wear, become outdated, or look beat up.

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Refrigerated & Frozen Foods

Tyco Expands Global Center of Excellence, Streamlines Global Integrated Security Systems

Tyco, Princeton, N.J., expanded its Global Center of Excellence in Birmingham, Ala., so that multinational companies can streamline and standardize their security systems around the world.

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Memeorandum

Newly Insured in 2014 Represent About 4% of U.S. Adults

Newly Insured in 2014 Represent About 4% of U.S. Adults - Half of newly insured obtained health insurance through exchanges - PRINCETON, NJ - Four percent of Americans are newly insured this year, reporting that they have health insurance now but did not last year.

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The Jersey Journal

Mercer County has seen $12 million in Sandy aid from FEMA

On Earth Day last year, The Hun School of Princeton sent 525 students to four communities impacted by Hurricane Sandy to aid in rehabilitation efforts.

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Wed Apr 16, 2014

The Huffington Post

Income Inequality Institute Will Pay Paul Krugman $25,000 Per Month

OCTOBER 13: Princeton Professor and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman smiles after a champagne toast in his honor following a press conference to announce his winning the Nobel Prize October 13, 2008 in Princeton, New Jersey.

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Town Topics

IAS Amends Plans For Faculty Housing After DRCC Ruling

The Institute for Advanced Study has amended its plans for faculty housing on land adjacent to the Princeton Battlefield in response to a January 15 ruling by the Delaware and Raritan Canal Commision .

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Town Topics

Alexander Street Task Force Takes Next Step

At its meeting April 7, Princeton Council voted unanimously to pass a resolution allowing the Alexander Street University Place Task Force to apply for federal funding.

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Town Topics

Hamilton Jewelers Selected To Provide University Gifts

Hamilton Jewelers has been selected as the exclusive resource for Princeton University's Employee Service Recognition Program.

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Town Topics

Labyrinth Books Hosts Reading of Keeley's New Novel About Princeton's Megabuilders

Labyrinth Books and Wild River Review will present a reading by local author and Princeton Professor Emeritus Edmund Keeley from his new novel, , which is set in present-day Princeton.

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Princeton's New Schools Superintendent Wants to "Hit the Ground Listening"

PRINCETON'S NEW SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS: Steve Cochrane, at his desk in the administrative offices of Princeton Public Schools on Monday, has been meeting with people and groups within and beyond the school district since he replaced Judy Wilson as superintendent in January.

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The Garden Club of Princeton Marks French Market Centennial

Back in an earlier era, The Garden Club of Princeton's French Market was stocked with truckloads of blooms brought by gardeners from estates in and around the town.

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