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PRINCETON: Historical Society executive director Erin Dougherty to become Flagler Museum director

The executive director of the Historical Society of Princeton will leave at the end of January to become the director of the Flagler Museum...

PRINCETON: Battlefield Society threatens to sue Institute for Advanced Study if regulators don’t step...

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer The dispute over the Institute for Advanced Study faculty housing project this week saw the group fighting the development...

LAWRENCE POLICE BLOTTER for the week of 1/8/16

Michael M. Barry, 29, of Brighton, Mass., was charged with driving under the influence, reckless driving, careless driving, obstructed windshield, consumption of an alcoholic...

PRINCETON: Police warn residents about fake door-to-door solicitations for Crisis Ministry of Mercer County

By Lea Kahn, Staff Writer The Princeton Police Department is cautioning residents to be wary of persons who are knocking on doors and asking for...

WEST WINDSOR: Mayor vetoes controversial parking ordinance amendment

By Lea Kahn, Staff Writer WEST WINDSOR — A controversial ordinance amendment that bans parking on front lawns, which was approved by the out-going Township...

PRINCETON: PCDO vice president Amner Deleon ‘strongly considering’ a run for council

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer A leader in the Princeton Community Democratic Organization said Thursday that he is “strongly considering” running for Princeton Council...

PRINCETON: Historical Society looks to begin anew in its new digs

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer On Quaker Road, a little past the Princeton Friends School, the Historical Society of Princeton is open for business...

WEST WINDSOR: Despite objections, Planning Board OKs day-care center proposal

By Lea Kahn, Staff Writer WEST WINDSOR — Despite neighbors’ objections, the township Planning Board approved an application for a day-care center proposed for a...

MONTGOMERY: Four school board members are sworn in

By Lea Kahn, Staff Writer MONTGOMERY — Four newly elected school board members, including two newcomers and two veteran members, were sworn into office at...

PLAINSBORO: Small fire flames out at Plasma Physics Lab

By Le Kahn, Staff Writer PLAINSBORO — A small fire, caused by an electrical ground fault inside a metal cabinet, was contained to that cabinet...

PLAINSBORO POLICE BLOTTER: Jan. 7

A vandal used a screwdriver to damage the passenger’s side and driver’s side of a 2001 Ford Explorer belonging to a Trenton resident while...

PLAINSBORO POLICE BLOTTER: Jan. 7

Kesley A. Kozinski, 25, of Parlin, was charged with driving while intoxicated, reckless driving, speeding, failure to maintain lane, failure to inspect, possession of...

MONTGOMERY POLICE BLOTTER: Jan. 7

Dritan Asani, 25, of Belle Mead, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for $1,000 from Paterson and on an outstanding warrant for $500 from...

PRINCETON POLICE BLOTTER: Jan. 7[

Deloris Page, 60, of South River, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for $1,000 from Franklin Township Municipal Court following a motor vehicle stop...

PRINCETON: University loses another round in tax exemption lawsuit

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer Princeton University still will have to prove to a New Jersey tax court judge that it deserves its property...

PRINCETON: Battlefield Society takes it case to state DEP commissioner in private meeting

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer The Princeton Battlefield Society on Monday appealed directly to the head of the state Department of Environmental Protection to...

PRINCETON: Mayor gives state of town, says community is inclusive, has strong commitment to...

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer In a speech touching on some of the themes she likely will use in her re-election bid, Mayor Liz...

PRINCETON: Longtime municipal engineer Robert Kiser to retire

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer Municipal engineer Robert V. Kiser, a fixture in Princeton municipal government for the better part of four decades, said...
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