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Princeton school board approves budget

The Princeton Public Schools Board of Education adopted its $96.3 million operating budget for 2021-22, following a public hearing at its April 27 meeting. The...

Princeton municipal building may reopen in June

Fourteen months after the Witherspoon Hall municipal building was closed to the public because of the COVID-19 pandemic, steps are being taken to gradually...
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Princeton Montessori provides 300 meals for TASK

The Trenton Area Soup Kitchen (TASK) received a boost in its effort to feed the most in need, when the Princeton Montessori School reached...
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Roundtable conversation discusses if Chauvin verdict will impact future of policing

In the aftermath of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin being found guilty in April on all three counts over the death of George...
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Montgomery girls lacrosse team drops to 2-2 on the season, both losses against Hillsborough

Monday’s Senior Night contest between Montgomery High School and Hillsborough High School saw Montgomery drop to 2-2 on the season. Held on May 3 at...
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Princeton Council waives permit fees for affordable housing units on Bunn Drive

Aiming to help the Princeton Community Housing Development Corp., the Princeton Council has agreed to waive the building permit fees associated with the nonprofit...
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New chapter of National Association of Women in Construction will hold chartering ceremony May...

The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) is chartering a new chapter in the Princeton area. The group of 40 new chapter members met...
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Children from Princeton Montessori help assemble meals for TASK

Princeton Montessori School (PMonts) students and families donated, assembled and delivered 300 bagged meals to the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen (TASK) for the school’s...
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Hun School teacher receives scholarship to pursue master’s in American history

Each year, history teachers across the United States apply for the James Madison Memorial Fellowship, a fellowship established in 1986 by the United States...

Common calendar, Packet papers, April 30

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

Princeton Shopping Center designated area in need of redevelopment, will be revitalized

The Princeton Council has designated the Princeton Shopping Center and adjacent properties as an area in need of redevelopment. The Princeton Council unanimously approved a...
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Princeton resident takes top honors as part of West Point team

A Princeton resident is part of one of two West Point teams that earned first and second place titles at the 2021 Warfighter Innovation...

Mercer County, local officials come together to discuss use of American Rescue Plan federal...

State legislators, Mercer County commissioners, Mercer County mayors and administrators gathered virtually to discuss their aspirations for federal funds from the $1.9 trillion American...

New principal appointed at Princeton High School

Frank Chmiel, the principal of Franklin High School in the Franklin Township Public School District, is the next principal of Princeton High School. Chmiel was...
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Groundbreaking will begin construction of hangar space at Trenton-Mercer Airport

Trenton-Mercer Airport, in conjunction with FlightServ, an airport fixed-base operator (FBO), will hold a groundbreaking ceremony at 10 a.m. April 29 for FlightServ's hangar...

West Windsor police searching for car thief

Police are searching for two men who may have been involved in a car theft and several car burglaries in the Windsor Haven development,...

Canadian teen who called in bomb threat to PU in September has been charged

A Canadian teenager who allegedly called in a bomb threat to Princeton University in September 2020 has been charged with one count of second-degree...
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Public can comment on Trenton-Mercer Airport Environmental Assessment plan

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has cleared Trenton-Mercer Airport to release its draft Environmental Assessment (EA) document for public review, the next milestone in...
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