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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...

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...
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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...

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...

Voters to cast ballots on Princeton Public Schools bond referendum

Princeton voters will be asked to approve a $17.5 million bond referendum in a special election Jan. 25 to replace leaky roofs and outdated...
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Prospect Avenue Historic District proposed

The Princeton Planning Board has endorsed a recommendation to create the Prospect Avenue Historic District, centered on the undergraduate eating clubs that line Prospect...
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Man rescued from train tracks by West Windsor first responders

A man who had fallen onto the railroad tracks at the Princeton Junction Train Station narrowly escaped death after rescuers scooped him up and...
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Two families left homeless after duplex fire in West Windsor

Two West Windsor households have been left homeless after a fire destroyed the Millstone Road duplex house in which they were living. When a police...

West Windsor police blotter

A Trenton man was charged with shoplifting for taking $354 worth of steaks from Wegmans at 240 Nassau Park Boulevard without paying for them...
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Executive director of Historical Society of Princeton had ‘tremendous impact’ during tenure with organization

Izzy Kasdin, who has served as the executive director of the Historical Society of Princeton (HSP) since May 2016, will step down from the...
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Princeton University seeks approval for plans to improve Dillon Gym

Princeton University is planning to expand and upgrade the Dillon Gymnasium. Renovations such as improved space for strength and conditioning would take place internally for...

New Jersey Film Festival Spring 2022

The Rutgers Film Co-op/New Jersey Media Arts Center, in association with the Rutgers University Program in Cinema Studies, presents the New Jersey Film Festival...

Common calendar, Packet papers, January 14

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...
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Health Department expects a tough January for COVID-19 cases in Princeton

COVID-19 cases continue to surge in Princeton during January as the municipality joins others across the state in navigating the increase in cases. January is...

Gov. Murphy signs legislation requiring age-appropriate school security drills

Governor Phil Murphy has signed legislation (A-5727/S-3726) into law which requires school security drills to be age-appropriate and to prevent unnecessary traumatization of children. Among...
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Former Montgomery mayor one of first Muslims sworn in to New Jersey Legislature

Former Montgomery Township Mayor Sadaf Jaffer received the oath of office from Speaker Pro Tempore Benjie Wimberly to become a member of the New...
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