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Princeton Planning Board continues hearing with Lanwin Development Corp.

An attorney for objectors to Lanwin Development Corp.'s proposal to create a 30-lot subdivision at 725 and 823 Herrontown Road and 915 Mount Lucas...

“Portraits of Preservation” exhibit to celebrate over 20,000 acres preserved in central New Jersey

D&R Greenway Land Trust continues the celebration of its 30th year with a new, traveling exhibit, “Portraits of Preservation,” based on watercolor paintings by...

A Chicago based hotel chain buys the property at 20 Nassau Street

The five-story office and retail building at 20 Nassau St. has been sold to Graduate Hotels, a company that develops hotels in college towns...

Old Orchard Village Homeowners Association Inc. suing Princeton

Opponents of a planned 65-unit affordable housing development on the site of the former SAVE animal shelter, on the corner of Mount Lucas and...

Princeton University honors its veterans with service

Princeton University veterans were recognized for their military service during an annual Veterans Day service inside the university’s chapel. This tradition has been organized on...

Coalition for Peace speaker urges the end of nuclear weapons

Mankind has tried to harness and control nuclear energy in both war and peace, but the result has been death and disaster - from...

Princeton community comes together to pay homage to veterans and their service

Princeton’s All Wars Memorial Monument was the site of the town’s 2019 Veteran’s Day ceremony. School children, residents and veterans gathered around the monument on...

Two pastry chefs are honored in culinary tasting event

Food from students and restaurants filled the Mercer County Community College cafeteria for the annual benefit of the Pastry Arts Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship and...

Community Options, Inc. appoints new leader

Community Options, Inc. has chosen a new person to lead it operations in North Jersey. The company, which operates in Princeton and has an office...

Princeton to make intersection improvements with Safe Routes to School grant

With a $674,000 "Safe Routes to School" grant in hand, Princeton officials are poised to make improvements to two key intersections on N. Harrison...

Shake Shack to open first Mercer County location on Nov. 18

Shake Shack announced its first Mercer County location will open in Princeton on Monday, Nov. 18, at 11. a.m. The restaurant is located at...

Lanwin application to come before Princeton Planning Board on Nov. 14

The Lanwin Development Corp., which wants to subdivide a 90.6-acre parcel into 30 building lots, will be back in front of the Princeton Planning...

Westminster Choir College students file suit against Rider University

A group of Westminster Choir College students are suing Rider University in an effort to halt a pending move by the choir college from...

Sacks and Pirone Lambros secure seats on Princeton Council

Democratic Party candidates Mia Sacks and Michelle Pirone Lambros claimed victory in the Princeton Council election for a pair of seats on the governing...

Community Leaders for West Windsor secures three seats on township council

The non-partisan team, Community Leaders for West Windsor, composed of candidates Andrea Sue Mandel, Sonia Gawas and Michael Ray Stevens, defeated incumbent Alison Miller,...

West Windsor-Plainsboro running mates defeat incumbent for two seats on school board

Incumbent Louisa Ho and her running mate Graelynn McKeown defeated incumbent Carol B. Herts for two three-year terms on the West Windsor-Plainsboro Regional Board...

Incumbent Bronfeld returns, while incumbent Stankiewicz loses bid on Princeton school board

Princeton voters returned only one of two incumbent Princeton Public Schools Board of Education members to the school board, choosing a former school board...

Princeton school board elections results are in

Princeton voters returned only one of two incumbent Princeton Public Schools Board of Education members to the school board, choosing a former school board...
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