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Mason Gross student’s 360-degree dance video project brings Princeton Battlefield to life

Before starting on her Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in dance at Rutgers University–New Brunswick’s Mason Gross School of the Arts, Merli V. Guerra had...

Man enters occupied hotel room, charged with burglary

A Trenton man who entered a hotel room at the Residence Inn on Route 1 while a family was asleep inside the room has...
PHOTO COURTESY OF HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF PRINCETON

Tour four historic Princeton homes virtually, room by room

The Historical Society of Princeton (HSP) will present its first-ever virtual house tour from May 15 through June 15. This signature event will feature...
PHOTO COURTESY OF THE PENNINGTON SCHOOL

Former Pennington School trustee is first Black to serve as chair of the Council...

A member of the Pennington School Board of Trustees from 2017 until March 2021, Cecilia Rouse was sworn in as chair of the Council...

Common calendar, Packet papers, April 9

Ongoing The Anshe Emeth Community Development Corp (AECDC) Central Jersey Diaper Bank is collecting baby clothing sizes newborn-2T, diapers and books. Donations can be picked up...

Investigation into West Windsor apartment fire could last for days

An investigation into the April 7 fire that destroyed 24 apartments at the Avalon Watch rental apartment complex, leaving its occupants homeless, will likely...

Two dozen families left homeless after apartment fire in West Windsor

A fire of unknown origin destroyed an apartment building and left 24 families homeless after it raced through Building 8 on Taylor Court in...
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Princeton Health Department will use art as a way to turn residents away from...

Work for a new COVID-19 vaccine art campaign designed to encourage vaccinations and inspire hope is already underway in Princeton. The campaign is being spearheaded...

PHS freshman says district has to do better to address Asian hate

The Princeton Public School District has to do better to address Asian hate in the schools. That's the message Princeton High School freshman Oliver Huang...

Princeton Junior School expands

The historic William Phillips Tavern sits in a hollow on a narrow section of road that was part of the King's Highway - today's...
Photos courtesy of West Windsor Arts Council

West Windsor Arts honors volunteers during National Volunteer Week 

When West Windsor Arts’ staff reviewed the list of volunteers for the past year of shutdowns and pivots, they didn’t expect to come up...
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Penn Medicine Princeton Health begins vaccinating school employees

Penn Medicine Princeton Health and school nursing staffs across Central Jersey are teaming up to vaccinate school employees against COVID-19 as school districts return...

South Brunswick township manager transfers to Princeton as municipal administrator

Bernard Hvozdovic Jr., Esq., has been selected to serve as the new municipal administrator in Princeton, leaving South Brunswick after 10 years. The official appointment...

East Windsor man charged with impersonating a police officer, possession of child porn

An East Windsor man has been charged with impersonating a police officer and possession of child pornography, according to the West Windsor Police Department. The...
PHOTO COURTESY OF C.C. SULLIVAN MARKETING FIRM

Former Masonic temple transformed into mixed-income development

The new mixed-income development 30 Mac, which opened its doors in Princeton last summer, has been fully occupied for months now — tenants have...

Common calendar, Packet papers, April 2

Ongoing   Hopewell Theater's reopening plans will focus on ensuring the comfort of patrons. Staff members are collaborating with health officials and industry professionals to create a...
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Dashield honored on retirement as Princeton administrator

If Princeton Municipal Administrator Marc Dashield thought he could retire very quietly, he was sadly mistaken when current and former Princeton Council members and...

U Text. U Drive. U Pay.

Law enforcement officers will be cracking down on distracted drivers during April as part of New Jersey’s UDrive. UText. UPay. Enforcement campaign. Through the entire month,...
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