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Mercer County Sheriff to collect unused, expired prescriptions

Mercer County Sheriff Jack Kemlar announced the opportunity to dispose of unneeded and expired prescription drugs during the National Drug Take-Back Day on Oct....

Mary Tanner Lecture Series set for Oct. 13 in Lawrence Township

Influenza epidemics occur regularly, but the 1918 flu pandemic was devastating and unlike anything the world had experienced - and ultimately led to the...

Luring accusations are unfounded

Reports of an attempted child luring involving two 16-year-old girls on Witherspoon Street have been deemed to be unfounded, according to the Princeton Police...

Princeton Folk Music Society spotlights Beppe Gambetta’s return

After more than 30 years, acoustic guitarist Beppe Gambetta is returning to the Princeton Folk Music Society to perform his blend of folk music. Born...

Waldorf School of Princeton uses a holistic approach to education

The Waldorf School of Princeton is celebrating 100 years of specialized education with thousands of Waldorf schools across the world. The school follows the "Waldorf...

Princeton Public Schools – Special Notice

The Princeton Board of Education will hold a Special Board Meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 15, at the Valley Road Administration Building. Closed session at 6:30...

Drug bust in Mercer County

A Trenton man and three Ewing Township men were arrested and charged with drug-related offenses, following a two-month-long investigation by the Mercer County Narcotics...

Indigenous Peoples Day designated in Princeton

Aiming to celebrate Princeton's earliest inhabitants - who were not European settlers - Mayor Liz Lempert and Princeton Council have designated the second Monday...

PSE&G gas line replacement project starts in Princeton

Residents who live along sections of Nassau Street and Princeton-Kingston Road may have some trouble sleeping, as PSE&G has begun work on the next...

New partnership in Princeton uses art to help autistic adults express themselves

Adults with autism are able to express themselves artistically through a new hands-on arts program in Princeton. The program, which was created due to a...

Alexander Street bridge project discussed in Princeton

Anxious to learn how the six-month-long closure of Alexander Street for three simultaneous bridge replacement projects, dozens of people peppered state and county engineers...

Youths in Princeton join others from across the globe for action on climate change

Princeton students took time off from school and work to demand action on climate change as part of a global climate strike. Students ranging from...

Protest staged over Westminster Choir College’s impending move

Carrying posters that proclaimed "WCC Proud," "Don't Stop the Music, Keep WCC in Princeton" and "You Cannot Silence My Voice," about 100 students, alumni,...

Candidates forum for Princeton school board seats slated for Oct. 2

Four candidates for three open seats on the Princeton Public Schools Board of Education will make their case for election at a candidates night...
Scott Jacobs

Raising chickens in Princeton to be discussed on Oct. 5

An information session for residents who are considering raising chickens in their back yard has been set for Oct. 5 at 10:30 a.m. in...

Gov. Murphy shares his thoughts on New Jersey with talk at Rider

From questions about how to grow more teachers, the possibility of a recession and some career advice - with a detour on the merits...
Tom Brenner

Learn about the history of Princeton Nurseries

The Friends of Princeton Nursery Lands will meet at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 3 at the Kingston Firehouse, 8 Heathcote Road, Kingston. In 1913, William...

Bentley Community Services helps families regain self-sufficiency

SOUTH BRUNSWICK - Now in its sixth year of operation, Bentley Community Services (BCS) has been helping families in financial crisis regain self-sufficiency by...
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