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Deer hunting begins on municipal land

Aiming to cut down on the number of deer roaming in Princeton, the Princeton Council has approved a contract with John Zampini and the...

Thirty Montgomery High School students named National Merit Scholarship semi-finalists

Thirty students of Montgomery High School have been named National Merit Scholarship semifinalists. There were 16,000 semifinalists in the 67th annual National Merit Scholarship Program,...

New cooperative gives local artists a place to create, sell art

Local artists have a new space to create and showcase their work in Princeton with the opening of Princeton Makes. Princeton Makes is an artist...

Opinion: Changing the Landscape project team publishes update on key accomplishments

  Climate change and its consequences began to wash right up to our doorsteps this summer when Mother Nature brought severe storms, tornadoes and significant...

Planning Board to consider two Prospect Avenue applications during Sept. 23 meeting

Princeton University will find out whether the Princeton Planning Board will grant its application for minor site plan approval, which would lead to the...

Alborada Spanish Theatre to present Fiesta de Jerez at Lola’s on Sept. 19

Alborada Spanish Theatre presents its second outdoor Fiesta de Jerez (Grape Harvest Festival) from 4-7:30 p.m. Sept. 19 on the patio of Lola’s Latin...

Common calendar, Packet papers, Sept. 17

Ongoing   Disaster Recovery Centers (DRC) are open to help residents affected by the remnants of Tropical Storm Ida. Representatives from FEMA and the U.S. Small Business...

West Windsor police blotter

A Darby, Pennsylvania, man who had appeared to be homeless and living in front of the Marshall's and Staples stores at the Windsor Green...

Man charged with receiving stolen property for driving stolen car to mall

A Middletown, Pennsylvania, man who was driving a sedan that was stolen from a funeral home has been charged with receiving stolen property, according...

Brandywine Senior Living celebrates grandparents

Brandywine Living at Princeton celebrated National Assisted Living Week Sept. 12-18. The community kicked off the week on Grandparents Day, Sept. 12, with a Wild...

Woman charged with terroristic threats after alleged road rage incident

A case of road rage has resulted in a Trenton woman being charged with issuing terroristic threats and possession of an imitation firearm, according...

Princeton police blotter

A woman reported on Sept. 7 that she had mailed a personal check at the U.S. Postal Service mailbox on Palmer Square East, which...

Car thefts reported in Princeton

A rash of car thefts that occurred throughout Princeton during the first week of September is under investigation by the Princeton Police Department. The first...

Mercer County announces opening of Disaster Recovery Center

Mercer County and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) have opened a Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) at Hollowbrook Community Center in the aftermath of...

Residents want pedestrian safety measures on Rosedale Road after fatality

Following the death of a pedestrian on Rosedale Road last month, residents are calling on the Princeton Council to improve pedestrian safety at the...

Twenty years later, We will never forget: Sept. 11 is remembered with new memorial...

On the site of the Princeton First Aid & Rescue Squad headquarters, a new Sept. 11 memorial stands tall as it honors the lives...

Twenty years later, We will never forget: Former Pennsylvania governor continues to ‘tell the...

Twenty years after United Airlines Flight 93 crashed into a field in rural Pennsylvania on the sunny morning of Sept. 11, 2001, former Pennsylvania...

New Jersey Youth Soccer looks forward to 2021-22 season

New Jersey Youth Soccer (NJYS) and its member leagues have announced a renewed commitment for the 2021-22 season. Through this ongoing relationship, the state association...
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