PHILLIP SEAN CURRAN, Staff Writer

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Somerset County approves purchase of Hillsborough Golf and Country Club

A collaboration among the Somerset County Board of County...

‘Thinking Day on the Air’

Cranbury Girl Scouts explored everything radio when they participated...

‘Jenn is the perfect person to lead the organization’

Jennifer Rogers is adding a new title to her...

‘Pennington is a good fit’

Pennington's search for a new borough administrator has come...

‘We turn hunger into hope’

Hunger is real and the need to provide food...

Cranbury Education Foundation’s annual craft show set for a 26th year

Exhibitors will once again showcase their latest work and...

Business owners strike back at Princeton parking changes

By Philip Sean Curran Staff Writer The Princeton Council begins 2019 responding to a backlash to a new parking system municipal officials introduced in the fall. The...

Community leaders focus on ways to assist Princeton’s neediest residents

By Philip Sean Curran Staff Writer Mayor Liz Lempert said it is “especially challenging” to be poor and living in Princeton where there is “so much...

Princeton first aid squad breaks ground on new Mount Lucas Road headquarters

By Philip Sean Curran Staff Writer Construction of a new headquarters for the Princeton First Aid and Rescue Squad will begin this month in time for...

County will try out paper ballots at one Princeton polling location on Dec. 11

By Philip Sean Curran Staff Writer Voting machines that will see voters use paper ballots will be tested during the Dec. 11 Princeton Public Schools bond...

Princeton voters approve $26.9M school referendum

By Philip Sean Curran Staff Writer A $26.9 million facilities referendum for the Princeton Public Schools was approved by voters on Dec. 11 in a vote...

Bridge replacement expected to cause traffic tie-ups in late 2019

By Philip Sean Curran Staff Writer Two bridges and a culvert along Alexander Street/Road in West Windsor and Princeton will be replaced in 2019 in a...