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Solutions 10/18: Climate Crisis – A global catastrophe

By Huck Fairman While a majority in this country are rightly focused on investigating our corrupt President and his unprincipled associates, and other citizens are...

The State We’re In 10/18: Energy efficiency crucial for New Jersey’s future

By Michele S. Byers Imagine two light bulbs side by side. One is a 12-watt LED bulb and the other is traditional 60-watt incandescent. When...

Letter to the Editor: Native pollinator gardens

To the Editor, You have the key to unlock the tool chest to rejuvenate and save the most basic foundation needed to support human life. “And...

Letter to the Editor: Berlin Prison correspondence brought to light in Princeton

To the Editor, On behalf of myself and probably most of the overflow crowd at Labyrinth Books on Oct. 11, I would like to sincerely...

Letter to the Editor: Supporting Mia Sacks and Michelle Pirone Lambros for Princeton Council

To the Editor, I write in support of Mia Sacks and Michelle Pirone Lambros for Princeton Council and to urge all eligible voters to exercise...

Princeton organizations come together to restore All Wars Memorial

Fulfilling their pledges, the Garden Club of Princeton, the Princeton chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution and Princeton University have contributed nearly...

A home energy assistance program is available for residents in Mercer County

Residents in Mercer County that are in need of home energy assistance can apply for help through a state program operated by the county. The...

Housing Initiatives of Princeton holds fundraiser to boost programming

Housing Initiatives of Princeton (HIP) is helping families avoid eviction through the organization’s transitional housing and emergency rental assistance program. The program is set to...

Princeton Council awards road work construction contract

The Princeton Council has awarded a contract for $805,213 to Earle Asphalt Co. to replace concrete curbs and sidewalks on Mount Lucas Road and...

Princeton High football continues to strive for its first win

The Princeton High School football team, in its quest for a victory, has not stopped battling each week to overcome opponents. The Little Tigers, who...
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Family Resource Network opens new facility in East Windsor

The Family Resource Network (FRN) announced the official opening of its new facility located at 50 Millstone Rd, Building 300 Suite 201, East Windsor. The...

Princeton Eye Group announces benefit concert at Hopewell Theater

Singer Songwriter Jill Sobule will headline a benefit concert at the Hopewell Theater on Nov. 12  at 7 p.m. Proceeds from the concert will benefit the...

Princeton man facing multiple charges after stabbing

A 21-year-old Princeton man who stabbed an East Brunswick Township man twice in the back and punched an East Brunswick Township woman in the...

12th Man TD Club unveils latest player of the week honors

The 12th Man TD Club of Robbinsville has selected the players of the week for week five of the high school football season. The...
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Central Jersey Top 10: Notre Dame holds down No. 1 spot despite pressure from...

Notre Dame High School is still the No. 1 football team in the Central Jersey Top 10, but the Shore Conference and Greater Middlesex...

Mercer County “Game of the Week” – Lawrence defeats Princeton in Friday Night matchup

Lawrence High School came through with the dominating victory over Princeton High School in this week’s Mercer County “Game of the Week”. The game on...
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Princeton University prof James Peebles receives 2019 Nobel Prize in Physics

James Peebels, a Princeton University professor emeritus and 1962 graduate alumnus, was awarded the 2019 Nobel Prize in Physics for his work regarding theoretical...

Princeton High field hockey looks to finish 2019 season strong

The Princeton High School field hockey team is enjoying a successful fall season. Coaches and players are crediting their winning season on the team’s relentlessness...
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Trenton Punk Rock Flea Market: Halloween Edition!


Sun, Oct 20 10:00 am - 5:00 pm


Trail and Treat Bike Ride


Sun, Oct 20 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm


Haunted River Walk


Thu, Oct 24 - Sat, Oct 26 7:00 pm - 9:15 pm


Mary Shelley's Frankenstein


Thu, Oct 24 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm


Halloween Ghost Tour & Cemetery Visit


Fri, Oct 25 12:00 am



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