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HOPEWELL VALLEY: Four high schoolers named to top regional music ensembles

A group of musically-inclined teenagers from Hopewell Valley Central High School will begin the new year with more recognition after they were selected to...

HILLSBOROUGH: Discussion addresses achievement gap in schools

By Andrew Martins, Managing Editor A discussion on the finer details of race, economic backgrounds and how well pupils perform in a school setting kicked...

PRINCETON: Stuart hoops encouraged by quick start

By Bob Nuse, Sports Editor Justin Leith would have loved to have had his Stuart Country Day School girls basketball team come away with a...

PLAINSBORO: North hoops flashes potential

By Bob Nuse, Sports Editor The West Windsor-Plainsboro High North boys basketball team came into the season knowing the potential was there to be a...

LOOSE ENDS: Princeton resident David Saltzman played a special Christmas music concert at the...

By Pam Hersh Although a self-described “not great” piano player, as far as technique, he is known among friends, family, and several Princeton residents as...

HOPEWELL TWP: Municipality starts year with hiring spree to fill open positions

By Frank Mustac, Contributor The municipality is actively seeking hires to fill open positions on the township's staff., “We have advertised for several different positions,”...

WEST WINDSOR: Bachner game is Saturday

The West Windsor-Plainsboro High School ice hockey team will take on Pennington on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the Lawrenceville School in the program's...

HILLSBOROUGH: Runners ring in the new year in fundraising bid for ‘Project Graduation’

By Andrew Martins, Managing Editor Starting the new year on the right foot took a literal meaning for nearly 530 people on an unseasonably New...

PRINCETON: Exit interview with outgoing school board president – ‘It’s the right time to...

By Erica Chayes Wida, Packet Media When Andrea Spalla’s son, Benjamin, entered Community Park Elementary School in 2005, the new-to-Princeton mom volunteered to shelve books...

No need, no support for PennEast pipeline

To the editor:, I was driving home from work the other day when I passed one of the numerous “Stop PennEast” yard signs that...

HILLSBOROUGH: High school boys swim team shooting for success

By Justin Feil, Contributor Matt Sanders is hopeful the Hillsborough High School boys swim team still has enough firepower to be contenders even after the...

MERCER COUNTY: Municipalities to share costs of legal fees in affordable housing trial

By Frank Mustac, Contributor Several municipalities in Mercer County, including the Hopewell Township, are collectively paying for legal fees for their joint affordable housing trial.,...

HOPEWELL TWP: Police hunting for suspect in New Year’s Eve chase

Police are searching for the identity and whereabouts of a man who led officers on a chase through multiple municipalities on Saturday, Dec. 31.,...

HILLSBOROUGH: Carl Suraci selected as Mayor, Gloria McCauley as Deputy Mayor

By Andrew Martins, Managing Editor Optimism and congratulations were abound earlier this week, as officials elected Carl Suraci and Gloria McCauley to serve as Hillsborough's...

PRINCETON: Patrick Sullivan elected president of school board

By Erica Chayes Wida, Packet Media Patrick Sullivan was elected president of the the Princeton Board of Education at the board's organization meeting on Tuesday...

PRINCETON: Mayor Lempert takes oath of office, pledges to focus on local business and...

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer, Princeton Mayor Liz Lempert took the oath of office Tuesday to begin another...

Holocaust awareness groups express concern over surge in hate crimes

Karen Rapolla By KAREN RAPOLLA, Staff Writer, The Center for Holocaust, Human Rights, and Genocide Education (Chhange) at Brookdale Community College (BCC) in Lincroft recently...

CENTRAL JERSEY: Early maneuvering in the 16th legislative district could prove interesting

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer Politics in the 16th legislative district, a four-county-area spanning parts of Central Jersey that includes Princeton, could be turned...
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