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Planning Board to wrap up public hearing on Humbert Street development

The would-be developer of a three-unit townhouse development on Humbert Street - a small, one-way street off Wiggins Street - may find out whether...
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Local rally pushes back against antisemitism

Antisemitic incidents remain high in New Jersey and across the country, according to a report by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL). The organization reports that even...
Eric Sucar

Official flag decommissioning ceremony set for June 23

An official flag decommissioning ceremony will be held at 6 p.m. June 23 at Veterans Park, Klockner Road entrance, Hamilton Township. Rain date is...
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Princeton Symphony Orchestra, The Princeton Festival merge

Princetonā€™s two leading non-profit music organizations,Ā Princeton Symphony Orchestra (PSO)Ā andĀ The Princeton Festival, completed a strategic merger under the legal entity of Princeton Symphony Orchestra, Inc. The...

Common calendar, Packet papers, June 18

Ongoing   Mercer County Community CollegeĀ has opened registration for in-person summer Tomato Patch program, its dance, theater, vocal and visual arts programs at Kelsey Theatre. Read full...

New name chosen for Princeton school, but debate ensues

After months of discussion and study, Princeton school district officials have settled on Princeton Middle School as the new name for the grades 6-8...

Children, community will rally against antisemitism today (June 17) in Princeton

Children will recount their recent experiences involving acts of intimidation, harassment and vandalism amid a rising tide of antisemitism at a public rally in...
PHOTO COURTESY OF THE JEWISH CENTER

Princeton’s Jewish Center begins construction of accessible bimah

Construction began at The Jewish Center in Princeton as a new bimah is being built for the sanctuary. The bimah sits in the front or...
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Montgomery EMS among finalists for Land Rover award

Montgomery Emergency Medical Services was named a finalist among first responder organizations in the Land Rover Defender Above and Beyond Service Awards. The Belle Mead...

Princeton math whiz creates video based on combinatorial proofs, wins prize from MoMath museum

  High schooler Amy Wang from Princeton proved that math is more than just numbers when she recently won the runner up Steven H. Strogatz...
PHOTO COURTESY OF THE HUN SCHOOL

Hun School’s Doctors Without Borders Club aids in COVID-19 vaccination distribution plan for South...

When The Hun School's Doctors Without Borders club sees a need for something, they spring into action. In years past, that has taken the form...

Two ordinances address redevelopment of housing near Princeton Shopping Center

The Princeton Council has adopted a pair of ordinances that set the standards for two proposed affordable housing developments next to the Princeton Shopping...
PHOTO COURTESY OF CATHERINE HOGAN

Montgomery church listed on National Register of Historic Places

Mount Zion African Methodist Episcopal Church, the home of the Stoutsburg Sourland African American Museum (SSAAM) in the village of Skillman, Montgomery Township, was...

West Windsor police look for armed robbers

Police are looking for three men who robbed two people at knifepoint as the victims were walking on a pedestrian trail in Mercer County...

Princeton’s mobile vaccine clinics deliver shots to hard-to-reach residents and workers

Through a mobile vaccine program, the Princeton Health Department is bringing the COVID-19 vaccine on the road to Princeton residents. Mobile vaccine clinics have been...
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Princeton ceremony salutes American flag

Every June 14, Americans across the United States observe Flag Day to commemorate the adoption of the countryā€™s national flag. In Princeton, the annual Flag...
PHOTO COURTESY OF ARTS COUNCIL OF PRINCETON

Arts Council of Princeton partners with Princeton Shopping Center to create muralsĀ 

The Arts Council of Princeton (ACP) and Princeton Shopping Center announced a new series of murals as part of a new public art initiative...
PHOTO COURTESY OF FORSGATE COUNTRY CLUB

Camp Forsgate summer day camp is open to children of members and non-members

Camp Forsgate at Forsgate Country Club is a summer day campĀ filled with activities for youngsters ages 5-10.Ā  The camp is open to children of...
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