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Pulling Some Strings: The Salzburg Marionettes will bring beloved stories to life at McCarter...

By Keith Loria    For more than a century, the Salzburg Marionettes have cast their spell around the world with lavish productions combining Mozart and fairytales...

PRINCETON: Approval given for apartments in Masonic Lodge

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer A former Masonic lodge on Maclean Street will be turned into a 10-unit apartment building, with the developers getting...

MONTGOMERY: School board gets walk-thorough on parts of preliminary budget

By Lea Kahn, Staff Writer MONTGOMERY — Carpet replacements, parking lot light replacements, LED lights in Montgomery High School lecture halls, a pair of 54-passenger...

EAST WINDSOR: Woman admits killing her mother-in-law

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer An East Windsor woman has admitted to authorities her involvement in killing her mother-in-law inside their home on Mozart...

PRINCETON: Appeals court hands Save the Dinky Inc. another defeat

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer A three-judge New Jersey appeals court ruled Wednesday against a group of local residents fighting the relocation of NJ...

PRINCETON: Work on library’s second-floor renovation could start in late April

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer The renovation of the Princeton Public Library could start as soon as late April and take an estimated six...

PRINCETON: Quick thinking by workmen prevent fire from getting out of control

By Lea Kahn, Staff Writer Quick action by workmen prevented a small fire from becoming a larger one in an office building at the 601...

PRINCETON POLICE BLOTTER: Feb. 19

Kate Matheson, 23, of Skillman, was charged with driving while intoxicated following a single-car accident on State Road at 12:11 a.m. Feb. 15. Crystal...

MONTGOMERY: Residents, environmentalists come out in force against pipeline company application

By Lea Kahn, Staff Writer MONTGOMERY — Residents and environmentalists spoke loud and clear — they do not approve of Williams-Transco’s application for permission to...

PLAINSBORO: Voters to choose three fire commissioners on Feb. 20

By Lea Kahn, Staff Writer PLAINSBORO — Township voters will be asked to elect three fire commissioners and to approve the fire district’s proposed $2.13...

PRINCETON: School district mourns death of longtime Riverside Elementary Principal Bill Cirullo (Updated)

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer Bill Cirullo, who died Monday, was remembered for touching the lives of children in Princeton as a teacher, a...

MONTGOMERY TOWNSHIP: Manville man killed in crash that shut down Route 206

A Manville man was killed and U.S. Highway Route 206 was shut down Monday for a period of time because of a two-vehicle crash...

Spectacular show welcomes Chinese New Year at McCarter Theatre

An audience of more than 1,000 helped celebrate the incoming Year of the Monkey at a Chinese New Year Spectacular show at McCarter Theatre. The...

PRINCETON: Prosecutor’s Office says initial probe shows no wrongdoing by officer in arrest of...

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer The Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office said last week that its investigation so far into a traffic stop and subsequent...

Finding musical harmony: Violinists Itzhak and Toby Perlman talk to Princeton University students about...

By Nathan Phan, Special Writer It’s important you really love what you do, and if you are lucky enough to find something that you are...

HILLSBOROUGH: Route 206 near industrial park fire scene hoped to reopen by rush hour...

After closing Route 206 for a portion of Friday afternoon to continue fighting a major warehouse fire, Hillsborough Township police hope to have it...

PRINCETON: Local health officials being proactive against potential spread of Zika virus here

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer The Princeton Health Department is looking to stay one step ahead of the Zika virus should it spread to...

MONTGOMERY: Icy conditions Wednesday result in accidents

By Lea Kahn, Staff Writer MONTGOMERY — Slick road conditions resulted in five accidents during a one-hour period on Wednesday morning, but no serious injuries...
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