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Princeton school district to seek bond referendum for siding repairs at three elementary schools

Princeton voters will be asked to approve a $17.5 million facilities referendum in January 2022 to replace leaky roofs at all of the schools...

Princeton Planning Board to review application for 18 apartments on Wiggins Street

The Princeton Planning Board will pick up where it left off on an application to build an 18-unit rental apartment building, attached to the...
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HomeFront panel discussion on COVID-19 impacts

There have always been homeless and hungry families in Mercer County, but the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic has brought it more sharply into...

Princeton police blotter

A 31-year-old Princeton man was charged with driving while intoxicated after he was stopped for speeding on Nassau Street Nov. 24. He was taken...

Man arrested on McCosh Circle with gun, burglary tools

A Philadelphia man has been charged with multiple offenses, including weapons offenses, after he was stopped by police on McCosh Circle, according to the...

Man reportedly grabs woman’s buttocks, runs off

The Princeton Police Department was dispatched to the area of Moore Street and Park Place for a report of a criminal sexual contact around...

Opinion: Princeton community was generous with book sale donations

After a two-year hiatus, the Friends of the Princeton Public Library held another successful annual book sale from Nov. 12-14, and we were delighted...

Common calendar, Packet papers, November 26

Ongoing   The Lawrence Township Junior Baseball & Softball Association opened registration for its Spring 2022 Little League softball and baseball programs for children ages 5-16...
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Bonfire tradition returns to Cannon Green as Princeton University celebrates football team’s season

As a bonfire blazed on Cannon Green, Princeton University students gathered together to celebrate the Princeton football team securing a share of the Ivy...

Supreme Court order lays out framework for future remote and in-person proceedings

The New Jersey Supreme Court has issued an order that provides a framework for future court operations, both now and after the COVID-19 pandemic. While...

Mercer County residents give approval to reallocate funds for increased development of parks and...

Mercer County voters overwhelmingly approved of a county referendum reallocating resources in the Open Space Preservation Trust Fund towards funding increases for park development,...

Mercer County K-9 competes in televised Detection Dog Challenge

The American Kennel Club (AKC) will broadcast its first-ever AKC/USPCA K9 Detection Dog Challenge on ESPN2 on Nov. 28. Only 20 dog teams from across...

Princeton Police Department reports more car break-ins

A spate of car break-ins and thefts has continued to plague neighborhoods across Princeton. The Princeton Police Department set up electronic messaging boards on Mercer...

Department of Agriculture announces $10M distribution for food banks

New Jersey Department of Agriculture Secretary Douglas Fisher has announced that $10 million from American Rescue Plan State Fiscal Recovery Funds is being distributed...

Opinion: Government officials must make decisions in the public interest

I am disappointed by the action of the Municipality of Princeton, or rather its failure to act, in the matter of possible redevelopment on a...

Opinion: TV news is two-dimensional news reporting

Television news broadcasts rarely deviate from a low standard of journalism that provides the who, what, where and how, but rarely the why. What...

Niedergang returns to, Newlin joins Princeton Council

Princeton voters have returned Princeton Councilwoman Eve Niedergang to the Princeton Council and also voted in her running mate, Leighton Newlin, in an uncontested...

Two incumbents, one newcomer will be sworn in to Princeton school board

Two incumbent school board members have been confirmed to return to the Princeton Public Schools Board of Education by Princeton voters, and will be...
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