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MONTGOMERY: Williams-Transco hits a snag during natural gas pipeline installation

By Lea Kahn, Staff Writer MONTGOMERY — Williams-Transco has resumed work on the remaining section of its new natural gas pipeline that runs through the...

PRINCETON: Council may rezone Thompson tract of land in exchange for open-space acres

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer The Princeton Council sounded willing on Monday to rezone a large tract of land owned by the family of...

Princess Tales: Disney on Ice’s ‘Dare to Dream’ is coming to Trenton

By Anthony Stoeckert    Taylor Steele’s father once told her a story about her being in kindergarten when the kids in her class were asked what...

MONTGOMERY: Graham, Trzaska to lead Township Committee in 2016

By Lea Kahn, Staff Writer MONTGOMERY — Promising to put the best interests of Montgomery Township first, Township Committee member Patricia Graham was chosen to...

PRINCETON POLICE BLOTTER: Jan. 13

Michelle Mahon, 36, of Hamilton Township, was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia (two hypodermic syringes) and on an outstanding warrant for $124 from...

PLAINSBORO POLICE BLOTTER: Jan. 13

Andrew R. Parag, 23, of West Windsor, was charged with possession of less than 50 grams of marijuana after he was stopped on Grovers...

PRINCETON: Department of Environmental Protection deals blow to Battlefield Society on wetlands issue

The state Department of Environmental Protection said Wednesday that tests found no wetlands in the area where the Institute for Advanced Study intends to...

WEST WINDSOR: Free collection of electronic waste ends immediately for township residents

By Lea Kahn, Staff Writer WEST WINDSOR — Township residents who want to get rid of their old television sets, computers and related equipment will...

PRINCETON: Alarms in two homes scare off would-be burglars

By Lea Kahn, Staff Writer Would-be burglars who tried to enter a home in the Hodge Road neighborhood and a home on Lawrenceville Road apparently...

PRINCETON: Homeless felon pleads guilty to robbing local bank

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer A homeless felon with a long rap sheet that includes more than 10 prior convictions pleaded guilty on Monday...

PRINCETON: Jules Thin Crust pizza to open Witherspoon Street restaurant

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer John Ordway’s customers from central Jersey always would ask when the Pennsylvania businessman would bring his organic thin-crust pizza...

PRINCETON: Town to purchase vacant land that will increase size of Princeton Ridge Preserve

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer Princeton will acquire 20.4 acres of vacant land between Mt. Lucas Road and Route 206 next month for $4.4...

WEST WINDSOR: Driver loses control of minivan, crashes into solar panels at Mercer County...

By Lea Kahn, Staff Writer WEST WINDSOR — Several solar panels at Mercer County Community College’s solar panel field took a hit when a Cranbury...

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...
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