Thursday, May 9, 2013
East Windsor Patch has a jobs section
Need a job? East Windsor Patch has hundreds of listings posted just waiting for you to click through and find the right one. Visit http://eastwindsor.patch.com/classifieds/jobs to see all the listings, which are powered by the Indeed.com job search engine, which pulls from employers' sites as well as job listing sites. 1. Search by distance. The default is set to search from within 25 mile of 07753 ZIP code. 2. Search for other ZIP codes using the Where box to isolate another area. The search for jobs in April within 10 miles of East Windsor has more than 2,000 results. Click through the links to learn more about each post.
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
The Small Cities Community Development Block Grant will sponsor a Township Housing Rehabilitation program
Tuesday, April 30
East Windsor Township was awarded a $200,000 Small Cities Community Development Block Grant from the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs in February and the funds will be used to sponsor a Township Housing Rehabilitation program. Through the State grant, East Windsor Township has undertaken a township-wide housing rehabilitation program to assist low and moderate income single family homeowners to make needed home repairs and improvements. The program provides up to $15,000 in funding for qualified approved homeowners, to correct existing interior and exterior health, safety, and code violations in their home. Eligible improvements include replacement or substantial repair of roofs, foundations, heating and electrical systems, …
Monday, April 22, 2013
East Windsor hosted a tree lighting in recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
East Windsor Mayor Janice Mironov, in recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) (April), hosted a tree lighting ceremony with representatives of Womanspace. Participants included Womanspace SAAM Coordinator and East Windsor resident Alison Daks, representatives of Womanspace, members of the Domestic Violence Victims Response Team, Chief of Police James Monahan and Township police officers, Deputy Mayor Alan Rosenberg and Council Member Perry Shapiro. The tree, which sits along One Mile Road outside the East Windsor Police/Court Building, was decorated with teal lights to symbolize the community’s commitment to sexual assault awareness, deterrence and prevention. This year’s theme for the lighting is “Choose Respect.” …
Monday, April 8, 2013
Meetings and more highlight busy week in Hightstown, East Windsor, and Cranbury.
There will be lots to do this week between Cranbury, Hightstown and East Windsor ranging from meetings to community gatherings and more. The Hightstown Planning Board is scheduled to meet tonight at 6 p.m at the First Aid Building. According to the agenda posted on the borough's website the board will discuss an amendment to the Master Plan. It is described as a "New Planning Policy for Route 33 Corridor." They are also scheduled to discuss the Greenway Walking Bridge. The Cranbury Township Council is also scheduled to meet tonight at 7 p.m. There will be a public hearing on the proposed budget for 2013 and the council is also scheduled to adopt the budget. The council is also scheduled to introduce a bond ordinance of $2,027,500 "for …
Thursday, April 4, 2013
There are three seats available on the East Windsor Council for 2014.
The June primaries will be quiet in East Windsor with three Democrats and three Republicans filing to run in the November council elections. East Windsor Deputy Mayor Perry Shapiro, Councilman Alan Rosenberg, and Councilman Hector Duke filed to run for another term on the Democratic ticket. The incumbents will face Republicans Anna Lustenberg, TJ Berdzik and Albert P. Grupper. Independent candidates have until June 4, the date of the primary election, to file a petition to have their names put on the ballot.
Friday, March 29, 2013
Lots to do for people of all ages around East Windsor, Hightstown and Cranbury.
With the possible exception of Easter Sunday, the weather for our area looks beautiful this weekend and there should be plenty for residents to do to keep busy throughout East Windsor, Hightstown and Cranbury. Fish Fry The Hightstown Elks Lodge will hold its final Fish Frydays of Lent before the holiday arrives. The Fish Fry is scheduled for Friday, March 29 at 6 p.m. Easter Bunny Visit The Easter Bunny will be visiting Tavern On The Lake in Hightstown on Friday, March 29 between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. A free slice of pizza will be offered for kids 12 and under. Parents, don't forget the camera! LifeTools Presentation "LifeTools: How to Manage Life Instead of Life Managing You" is being presented at the Twin Rivers Branch of the Mercer County …
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Join Mayor Janice Mironov as she shares the latest news and takes your calls.
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Tuesday, March 26
Did you miss the latest Spotlight on East Windsor? If so, then watch it right here on the East Windsor Patch compliments of Mayor Janice Mironov, who hosts the show. In the most recent episode, Mayor Mironov discuss the 2013 Municipal Budget. Spotlight on East Windsor is a 30-minute television call-in program that is broadcast locally on Comcast channel 27—and throughout Mercer County on Verizon channel 38. On the air for nearly 20 years, the show is “live” every-other-Wednesday at 7 p.m. – with nine rebroadcasts at various times throughout the week. The Rutgers Center for Government Services awarded Spotlight East Windsor the “Best non-web Electronic Entry” in a recent “Municipal Public Information” contest. Follow East Windsor Patch on …
Monday, March 25, 2013
Miss any headlines from last week? Here's our roundup of top news from East Windsor, Hightstown and Cranbury.
A Monroe man who struck a utility pole on Route 130 in East Windsor on Thursday has been pronounced dead, according to police. Robert Wood Johnson Medical Center staff announced that Anthony Saer, 72, died at approximately 12:07 p.m. on Sunday, March 17. Saer experienced a medical event preceding the accident which caused his car to leave the road, hit a utility pole, and overturn. The week of April 21-27 will be declared Hightstown Volunteer Appreciation Week in a resolution to be introduced by Councilman Rob Thibault at the Borough Council’s April 1, 2013 meeting. Councilman Thibault will also present Borough volunteers with personalized Certificates of Recognition and lapel pins, a tradition he started in 2012 to thank volunteers …
Sunday, March 24, 2013
East Windsor Regional School District students had their studies presented in two science fairs, one at Kreps, and another in Mercer County
The 2013 East Windsor Regional School District’s Elementary Science Fair was held on Feb. 26, at the Kreps Middle School. Approximately 35 science projects representing four elementary schools were submitted, judged, and available for public viewing. Awards were announced as part of the evening’s festivities. The science fair is an academic competition designed to challenge students to rigorously apply science process skills and content knowledge in order to investigate scientific questions of their own choosing. Participants also experience the importance of practicing science ethics and responsibility on a personal level. Each participant is required to have an adult sponsor, complete a research protocol, and include a science …
Friday, March 22, 2013
Looking for things to do in the East Windsor, Cranbury and Hightstown area? Here's our roundup of weekend events.
Afternoon Movie: Flight at Hickory Corner Branch of the Mercer County Library. Denzel Washington stars as an airline pilot who miraculously crash lands his plane after a mid-air catastrophe, saving nearly everyone on board. Rated R Friday at 2 p.m., Free. First-ever Karaoke Night at Teddy's Restaurant. Bring out your inner superstar. Step up to the microphone and show the world how talented you are. Whether it's singing your favorite Bruce Springsteen song or any other artist you like, this is your night to shine. Friday at 6 p.m., Free A talk, "The African American Experience in Cranbury" at Cranbury Public Library. Peter Wise will speak about Agnes Wilson, a prominent African-American woman and her part in the development of Cranbury…