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Detectives ID suspect accused of endangering teen; may be connected to other criminal sexual...

The Princeton Police Department received a report of a 16-year-old victim on Witherspoon Street that was grabbed from behind on June 16.  After an...

Three candidates vie for two Democratic nominations for Princeton Council during July 7 primary

In otherwise low-key Democratic and Republican party primary contests set for July 7, Princeton's registered Democratic Party voters will be asked to choose from...
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Mercer County coalition tries to bridge equity gap through environmental programs

A local Mercer County coalition has been working to bridge the equity gap in the county through new experiences with nature and the outdoors. The...
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Capital Health will open primary care facility in Princeton

The building that housed the former offices of The Princeton Packet will become the new home for a Capital Health primary care facility next...
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Local grant program to aid Princeton businesses during COVID-19 pandemic

Even as a statewide reopening moves forward, small businesses in Princeton continue to grapple with the economic toll of the coronavirus pandemic. Through the Princeton...
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Cochrane leaves Princeton schools

Becoming an educator - much less serving as a superintendent of schools - was the last thing on Steve Cochrane's mind as he sat...

Medical debt paid in full by Princeton Alliance Church

Princeton Alliance Church (PAC) partnered with RIP Medical Debt to pay off $1.75 million in medical debt throughout Mercer and Middlesex counties. Because of PAC’s...

NAMIcon two-day virtual event will focus on mental health wellness

NAMIcon is a virtual event planned for July 13-14 that will focus on mental health wellness. NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) is committed to...

Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Mercer announces new leadership

The mission of the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Mercer is to partner with individuals, families and community organizations to help them achieve their...

Opinion: Mercer County Community College offers safe ways to make education decisions

COVID-19 has dramatically and quickly altered the way we live, work, communicate, socialize and enjoy ourselves. It certainly changes the way higher education delivers...

What #Black Lives Matter and COVID have taught me about being a teenager in...

A few days ago I watched my friends graduate from high school, on my computer screen. The speeches were pre-recorded, the montage of the...

New Jersey is home to aquatic and semi-aquatic mammals

By Michele S. Byers You’re walking near a stream or a lake and suddenly catch a flash of a small, sleek creature with dark, glossy...
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Montgomery Township’s Horn graduates from U.S. Merchant Marine Academy

Russell H. Horn, son of Charles G. Horn and Robin L. Higgins-Horn, of Montgomery Township, recently graduated from the United States Merchant Marine Academy...

Research magazine reports breakthroughs from Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory over past year

From fresh insight into the capture and control on Earth of fusion energy that drives the sun and stars, to the launch of pioneering...

Opinion: False accusations of racism inhibit the struggle for equality

While there is justification for removing Woodrow Wilson's name from Princeton University buildings, there is a glaring hypocrisy in the university's handling of racially...

Learn how to go out and feel safe during COVID

Now that businesses are reopening and people are starting to resume their normal routines after being quarantined for months, it is important to know...
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Princeton University removes Woodrow Wilson’s name from campus

The Princeton University Board of Trustees has voted to remove Woodrow Wilson's name from the School of Public and International Affairs. The school at the...
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Larken Associates negotiates lease with NYC-based marketing firm for temporary office space in Princeton

Larken Associates has negotiated an 800-square-foot short-term lease with a New York City-based marketing and consulting firm at their Montgomery Commons office campus located...
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