Princeton Packet News

Princeton residents get an OurBus route to Washington, D.C.

Princeton has now become a new pickup spot for an OurBus route due to a determined group of Princeton University graduate students and alumni. OurBus...

Students make a statement with a global climate change strike in Princeton

Princeton students rallied their community as part of a global strike involving millions to demand action on climate change. Students ranging from elementary school through...

Mercer County Game of the Week – Notre Dame faces in-town rival Lawrence

This week’s 2019 scholastic football “Game of the Week” will also be a showdown for local bragging rights. The in-town rivalry matchup between Notre Dame...

Walk4Hearing brings awareness to the issue of hearing loss

Residents in central New Jersey are becoming more aware of the issues with hearing loss through a Walk4Hearing event, designed to help educate residents...

Terhune Orchards honors military during Apple Days Harvest Festival

Terhune Orchards is using its Apple Days Harvest Festival to honor the military when officials invite military members and families as guests to the...

Two New Jersey teen skaters win silver medals on national stage

Jenna Kilpatrick and Olivia Ko’s hard work paid off when both of the teen figure skaters secured silver medals at the 2019 National Solo...

Princeton school board bans vaping

Princeton Public School students who want to take a "vape break" during the school day are out of luck. That's because the school board has...

Open house to review Alexander Road bridge project set for Sept. 25

An open house to explain the pending Alexander Road bridge replacement projects has been set for Sept. 25 at Monument Hall in Princeton. Monument Hall...

National Public Lands Day Work Session planned for Sept. 28

Join Friends of Princeton Nursery Lands and Kingston Greenways Association for an afternoon of stewardship in the Mapleton Preserve, former home site of Princeton...

Princeton Ballet School offers open enrollment

Princeton Ballet School, the official school of American Repertory Ballet, offers a variety of dance classes through its open enrollment program at its Princeton,...

Pennington School adds 16 new faculty members

The Pennington School features many new faces for the 2019-20 school year. School officials announced that 16 new faculty members have jpined the staff at...

The PennEast Pipeline project faces a major setback after a Third Circuit court decision

The PennEast Pipeline project faces a significant roadblock after a federal appeals court decided that the company could not condemn state land to build...

South Asians take preventative measures during health fair

One hundred people attended a free health screening and disease awareness and prevention fair organized by Indian Health Camp of New Jersey (IHCNJ). For the...

Governor to speak at Rider University

Gov. Phil Murphy will spend some time on the Rider University campus Sept. 24, when he will be the featured speaker in the Rebovich...

Princeton resident charged with drugs

A 20-year-old Princeton man has been charged with second-degree narcotics offenses, including distribution of a controlled dangerous substance within a public housing facility, following...

Construction company owner charged

The owner of an Edison-based construction company has been charged with bribing the supervisor of sewer operations in the Sewer Operating Division in Princeton's...

Montgomery girls’ soccer has a strong opening to the 2019 season

Montgomery High School girls' soccer is off to a winning start this season. The Cougars are currently on a two-game winning streak and have produced...

A learning cooperative in Princeton takes a different approach to education

The Princeton Learning Cooperative (PLC) is changing the way families and students look at education. By using the method of self-directed education, the center allows...
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Trenton Punk Rock Flea Market: Halloween Edition!

Sun, Oct 20 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Trail and Treat Bike Ride

Sun, Oct 20 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Haunted River Walk

Thu, Oct 24 - Sat, Oct 26 7:00 pm - 9:15 pm

Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

Thu, Oct 24 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Halloween Ghost Tour & Cemetery Visit

Fri, Oct 25 12:00 am

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