Fire Leaves Families Homeless+Car Burglary: Central Jersey Today

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Hello, Central Jersey readers. Here are a few stories you might not want to miss today:

  1. Duplex Fire Leaves Two Families Homeless In Mercer County: Police: Two families were left homeless after a fire destroyed a residential duplex in West Windsor, police said.

  2. Overnight Car Burglaries Reported In Mercer County: Police: Several car break-ins were reported early Monday morning in West Windsor, police said.

  3. COVID Vaccine Mega Site At Bridgewater Commons Evacuated: Video: A portion of the Bridgewater Commons was evacuated, specifically the new COVID vaccine mega-site, on Tuesday afternoon.

  4. 1st Bald Eagle Egg Of 2022 Arrives At Duke Farms: The first Bald Eagle egg of 2022 has arrived at Duke Farms in Hillsborough. The egg was spotted on Monday at 3:37 p.m. on Duke Farms' Eagle cam which live streams the nest 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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This article originally appeared on the Princeton Patch

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