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Charity shields homeless during Sandy

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To make food bags in the dark for complete strangers staying in motels is one of the projects that people working at Home Front did during Hurricane Sandy. Many of Mercer County’s homeless and low income families were helped by the organization during the recent storm. According to HomeFront’s website, their mission is “to end…

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Library offers escape from hurricane

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After discovering that the Princeton Public Library still had power on Tuesday, Oct. 30, the day after Hurricane Sandy moved through New Jersey, the Communications Director Tim Quinn, the Associate Director Peter Bromberg, and the Executive Director Leslie Burger opened the library in an effort to help out the community. Almost immediately they assembled Team…

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A case of the diesels: gas station causes damage during Sandy

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During Hurricane Sandy, the high demand on gasoline for cars and generators caused gas stations to overflow with customers, which ultimately prompted Governor Chris Christie to order gas rationing for many NJ counties. Unfortunately for some New Jerseyans, the rush for fuel caused a mix-up at the pumps and they received diesel rather than unleaded…

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Gas lines long, tempers short

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Several long lines of cars stretched down the intersection of Route 27 and Allston Rd in the Kendall Park section of South Brunswick Township on Wednesday Oct. 31, all destined for the BP gas station at the corner. Another line of people with gas cans stood on the BP’s premises waiting to get gas for…

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Hurricane Irene flooding complicates first day of classes

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  Following Hurricane Irene West Windsor Township was in a state of emergency Sunday August 28 through Wednesday August 31.  That weekend was also the fist week of classes for Mercer’s Fall 2011 Term.  While classes were cancelled on Saturday, August 27 and Sunday August 28, Mercer reopened Monday. “Every class is important,” said President…

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