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Princeton University students robbed at gunpoint

Police are on the lookout for two suspects who robbed three Princeton University students at gunpoint on campus in the early morning hours of...
PHOTO COURTESY OF PETER BRESLOW CONSULTING & PUBLIC RELATIONS

Princeton Farmhouse will combine ‘feel of New England farm compound with a Princeton aesthetic’

Max Hansen, the Bucks County chef/owner of Max Hansen Caterer, has purchased a property that will become the future headquarters of his catering operation...
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Mercer County bike drive supports Boys & Girls Clubs

The Mercer County Park Commission and Mercer County Planning Department worked together to organize a bike drive to benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs...

Common calendar, Packet papers, April 16

Ongoing   Saint Peter's University Hospital in New Brunswick has launched the Substance Abuse and Addiction Loss Support Group for families who are coping with loss due...

Princeton police blotter

A Jefferson Road resident was scammed out of $2,950 in an online scheme in which she emailed back and forth with someone who she...
PHOTO COURTESY OF D&R GREENWAY LAND TRUST

French ambassador to U.S. will join D&R Greenway’s celebration of land preservation

The French ambassador to the United States, Phillipe Etienne, will join D&R Greenway Land Trust’s annual celebration of land preservation. The event will feature Point...

New Princeton administrator officially appointed

The Princeton Council has unanimously approved hiring South Brunswick Township Manager Bernard Hvozdovic Jr. to replace former Princeton Municipal Administrator Marc Dashield, who retired...
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Project for mixed-use building at Griggs Corner receives approval from Planning Board

Palmer Square Management LLC has received final approval from the Princeton Planning Board to develop a 24-space metered parking lot into a mixed-use building. The...
PHOTO COURTESY OF THE JEWISH CENTER OF PRINCETON

Jewish Center of Princeton plants daffodils in remembrance of children killed during Holocaust

Members of The Jewish Center of Princeton gathered outside their building on April 11 for a memorial ceremony to remember the 1.5 million children...
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Paul Robeson remembered in Princeton for his achievements, activism

The life and achievements of Paul Robeson were center stage this month in Princeton as residents in the area celebrated his life through a...
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Hun School students apply engineering instruction to create electric scooter

“Water filtration systems, recycling, concrete pouring, paper origami, the electrical grid, electric cars. The principles of engineering are happening around us every day and...
PHOTO COURTESY OF ARTIS SENIOR LIVING ON PRINCETON JUNCTION

Artis Senior Living creates director’s role

Artis Senior Living of Princeton Junction has created a new position, Director of The Artis Way Experience. Christina Mueller has been appointed to monitor, support...
PHOTOS COURTESY OF KATE GREGORY

NAMI offers various support groups to aid with mental health

 The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) New Jersey chapter will offer the following support groups this month: The NAMI Family Support Group meets at...

West Windsor police blotter

An undisclosed amount of cash was reportedly stolen from a Rabbit Hill Road residence after a burglar entered the house and ransacked it March...
PHOTO BY KATHY CHANG/STAFF

Forum addresses racism, defunding police, injustice

Blacks have made some strides in overcoming racism since the Civil Rights movement in the 1960s, but more needs to be done to bridge...
PHOTO COURTESY OF EMILY HAUZE/SINDHI FOUNDATION

Sindhi Foundation’s walk for freedom passes through Milltown, Princeton

The Sindhi Foundation’s 350-mile Long Walk for Freedom, Nature and Love began in New York City at the United Nations headquarters and will continue through...
PHOTO COURTESY OF MERCER COUNTY

Mercer County awarded $88K DEP Pay$ to Plug grant to install electric vehicle charging...

Ownership of electric vehicles (EVs) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles is growing by the year, and with an eye toward that trend, Mercer County...
ANDREW HARRISON/STAFF

Hilltop Park improvements on hold as turf field debated

The fate of proposed improvements to Hilltop Park, which would have included a synthetic turf athletic field and new field lighting, has landed squarely...
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