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Princeton voters approve school bond referendum

Princeton voters overwhelmingly approved a $17.5 million bond referendum to replace leaky roofs and outdated HVAC (heating ventilation and air conditioning) units at all...

MCT Diving Championship: Lawver wins second boys diving championship; Williamson becomes new girls diving...

Hun School senior Rowland Lawver repeated as boys diving champion and Notre Dame High School sophomore Violet Williamson became the newest girls diving champion...

Health Department sees decline in new COVID-19 cases in Montgomery

When the new year arrived Montgomery Township’s Health Department experienced a rapid surge in COVID-19 cases throughout Montgomery and Rocky Hill. New cases slightly increased...

Princeton Cannabis Task Force evaluates pros, cons of retail sale of cannabis

The Princeton Cannabis Task Force is mulling over whether a community meeting to discuss cannabis could be held, if a community organization or institution...

Princeton police blotter

Someone smashed the driver's side window of a Walker Drive resident's car and reportedly rummaged through the glove box, but nothing was reported missing....

Cause of Wiggins Street fire still undetermined

The cause of a fire on Jan. 10 at 37 Wiggins St. that left three families homeless has not been determined, according to Michael...

PSRC seeks to restart in-person programming during February

Princeton Senior Resource Center (PSRC) has extended its temporary halt to in-person programming into late February. PSRC aims to return to in-person programming on Feb....

Montgomery driver escapes injury when car leaves road

A 19-year-old Skillman man escaped injury when his 2016 Ford Escape left the road and landed in a wooded area of Sunset Road between...

Montgomery police blotter

A 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee belonging to a Colfax Road resident was reported stolen from the victim's driveway Dec. 29. The Jeep was unlocked...

Pine Hill man charged with criminal mischief

A Pine Hill man was charged with criminal mischief and driving while intoxicated following a crash on Route 1 at Washington Road, according to...

Planning Board approves Princeton University’s expansion of Dillon Gym

Princeton University has been granted approval by the Planning Board to renovate and expand Dillon Gym on the university’s campus. The Planning Board approved the...

SOLUTIONS 1/21: Good news with the bad

By Huck Fairman While COVID-19 continues to spread rapidly, if not entirely predictably, segments of the nation are making progress in dealing with other health...

Morven Museum & Garden closed for renovations

Morven Museum & Garden is temporarily closed for renovations. “If you have been on site over the past 18 months, you may have noticed restoration...

Seniors celebrate National Penguin Day with visit from feathered friend

  A live penguin presentation by Jenkinson’s Aquarium celebrated National Penguin Day on Jan. 20 at Brandywine Living Princeton, a senior community located on the...

Common calendar, Packet papers, January 21

Ongoing East Windsor residents can volunteer for appointment to various township boards and committees, including the Clean Communities Advisory Committee, Commission on Aging, East Windsor...

Opinion: Princeton Community Works will ‘Share it Forward’

I know many of us feel discouraged that what we had hoped for in 2022 has still not happened. However, it is incredibly important that...

Princeton police blotter

A 38-year-old Hamilton Township man was charged with possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose following a road rage incident on Paul Robeson...

Princeton Council introduces ordinance to regulate parking at leased lot

The Princeton Council has introduced an ordinance that sets the regulations for permit parking for business employees in a parking lot at the former...
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