Primary races produced no shocking results but did yield some interesting analyses as Highland Park voters gear up for the November general election. READ MORE
Brandon Cox of Franklin Township pleaded guilty to kidnapping and aggravated sexual assault in the attack of the woman on February 19, 2017 on Harper Avenue in Highland Park. READ MORE
The local races are uncontested in the June 6 primary in Highland Park, but the race for governor is very much contested. So everyone should exercise – and exercise his or her right to vote.
HP Educational Foundation hosts its annual fundraiser on June 3, as a way to build support for several creative academic projects for HP students of all ages. READ MORE
New Jersey’s celebrated Highland Park Farmers Market, a project of Main Street Highland Park, is turning 21 this season and is in better shape than ever thanks to support from St. Peters Healthcare System. READ MORE
“Sgt. Pepper” 50th Anniversary Celebration concert will take place at 6 p.m., Thursday, June 1, Pino’s.
The all-ages show is free to ages 18 and younger, $10 for everyone else. READ MORE
Officials celebrate a new law mandating state reimbursement of school district for costs incurred from testing the schools drinking water for lead. READ MORE
Special shout-outs go to the first five overall winners: Elliott Mason, Ethan Bull, Peter Tilton, Erik Lopez, and Jonah Silverman – with times less than 17.33 minutes. The youngest person with the best time was eight-year-old Rubin Hersh at 23 minutes. READ MORE
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The students at the HP Middle School explored issues of diversity, difference, race, community, and respect on Diversity Day, May 4, featuring more than 45 workshops and conversations with renowned community leaders. READ MORE
Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office sends a clear message to prom-goers: dance, eat, be merry, and be sober, especially when driving. READ MORE