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Sollami served seven terms as Mercer County freeholder

A seven-time Mercer County freeholder has passed away. “It is with great sadness that I learned today of the passing of Freeholder Paul Sollami, Jr....
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Financial show host promoted to PCTV Board of Trustees

Princeton Community Television (PCTV) announced that Deborah J. Frazier, a leading wealth management advisor at Hightower Advisor Services, has been elevated to the Board of...

Princeton opts out of marijuana licenses – for now

Princeton has joined the growing number of New Jersey towns that are opting out of permitting the sale, cultivation, manufacturing and distribution of cannabis...

Princeton school board to consider bond referendum

Faced with leaky roofs, deteriorating siding and worn-out mechanical equipment, Princeton Public Schools officials are mulling over a maintenance bond referendum and may reach...
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SPRAB reviews plans for a new Princeton University Health Services building

Princeton University has proposed a project that would construct a more than 76,000-square-foot University Health Services building on campus. The university presented plans for the...

Greater Princeton Youth Orchestra announces new music director, partnership with Westminster Conservatory

The Greater Princeton Youth Orchestra (GPYO) announced the appointment of Jessica Morel as the orchestra’s music director, effective immediately. Morel hails most recently from the...

Warby Parker to open new store in Palmer Square on July 17

Warby Parker is opening a new store dedicated to optical needs and vision care in Princeton on July 17. The Palmer Square location will carry...

Common calendar, Packet papers, July 16

Ongoing       Princeton Girlchoir and Princeton Boychoir are auditioning new choristers for the 2021-22 season. Any child entering grades 3-12 this fall is welcomed. Both choirs are programs...

Princeton schools continue search for school security coordinator

Princeton school district officials are continuing the search for the newly created position of coordinator of school security operations. The district recently interviewed two candidates...
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Princeton Health donates surplus supplies

Penn Medicine Princeton Health has donated a cache of personal protective equipment (PPE) and supplies to police and other first responders, social service agencies,...
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Montgomery Township opens asphalt path along Skillman Road

With a snip of the scissors, Montgomery Township Mayor Devra Keenan formally opened a two-mile-long asphalt path that runs along Skillman Road and Burnt...

New assistant principal at Princeton High School

Stephanie Greenberg, who has served as the Princeton Public Schools supervisor of Humanities for grades 7-12, has been named to be one of three...
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Planning Board hearing for Prospect Avenue application will continue in September

Princeton University representatives will return to the Princeton Planning Board in September to complete a public hearing on a proposal to demolish three Victorian...

Princeton police cracking down on distracted driving

The Princeton Police Department will be on the lookout for distracted drivers for the next two weeks, beginning July 12, in an effort to...

Common calendar, Packet papers, July 9

Ongoing   Through Sept. 30, Somerset County residents can apply with the Somerset County Office on Aging and Disability Services to receive $30 worth of farmers’...

Two suspects arrested in grandparents bail scam

Quick thinking by a resident of The Elements at West Windsor age-restricted development led to the arrest of two scam artists who tried to...
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Humbert Street townhouses approved by Planning Board

The developer of a proposed three-unit townhouse development at 23-25 Humbert St. was given the green light to go ahead by the Princeton Planning...

Four artists selected for Princeton public art campaign encouraging COVID-19 vaccinations

A Princeton COVID-19 Vaccine Public Art Campaign is using artwork from four local artists to promote COVID-19 vaccinations for Princeton residents unwilling to receive...
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