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A North Road resident was reportedly cheated out of $2,200 after someone had him pay for remote computer repair services, paid for in various...
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Franklin Avenue task force releases report

After months of study, the Franklin Avenue Development Task Force delivered its report - which contained no surprises, but generated some pushback from neighbors...
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American independence celebrated at Princeton Battlefield

More than 200 people joined in the celebration of America’s 246th Independence Day as they gathered together at Princeton Battlefield State Park. The celebration event...

Indivisible Cranbury to hold local rally on voting rights

The U.S. Supreme Court’s recent 6-3 decision, which upheld two of Arizona’s election laws from 2020, has prompted a voting rights rally this weekend...

‘Moth-ers’ ‘shine a light on’ 10th observance of moths in their local habitats

National Moth Week (NMW) is marking its 10th year July 17-25 with a call to young people around the world to learn about and...

Deadline to file to run for Princeton school board approaches

Time is running out for potential candidates who want to serve on the Princeton Public Schools Board of Education. The deadline to file a nominating...
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Cranbury Princeton students receive scholarships from Cranbury Lions Club

The Cranbury Lions Club has selected five Cranbury students for its annual scholarships program. During the first in-person dinner meeting after the pandemic in June,...

Man charged with allegedly stabbing two people at hotel after-party

A Trenton man who stabbed two party-goers at the Hyatt Place Princeton hotel on Route 1 is facing weapons charges in the June 5...
Frank Wojciechowski

Vandals cause $10K worth of damage to West Windsor cricket pitch

West Windsor police are searching for the vandals who damaged the cricket pitch at the West Windsor Community Park on the Princeton-Hightstown Road sometime...

Common calendar, Packet papers, July 2

Ongoing   Burlington County is continuing to make COVID-19 shots available to residents. The Health Department will open four new fixed vaccine clinics. The clinics will run...

Princeton Police Department to use virtual training platform

The Princeton Police Department will use WRAP Technologies’ virtual training platform to deliver the latest simulator training technology to local police officers.   With WRAP Reality,...

Fourth of July celebration planned at Princeton Battlefield

The Princeton Battlefield Society's (PBS) celebration of America’s 246th Independence Day will take place on July 4 at Princeton Battlefield State Park. At noon, the...
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Funeral arrangements announced for Kingston Firefighter Dennis Shennard

The officers and members of Kingston Volunteer Fire Co. No. 1 and the family of Dennis B. Shennard will hold a public tribute to...
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Not In Our Town Princeton celebrates ongoing work toward racial justice

Not In Our Town Princeton honored individual students as well as school groups and their student leaders who continued to work for racial justice at Princeton High...

Lewis Center for the Arts announces Caroline Hearst Choreographers-in-Residence

The Lewis Center for the Arts’ Program in Dance at Princeton University announces dance artists Kyle Marshall and Larissa Velez-Jackson as the Caroline Hearst...

New Jersey American Water issues mandatory water conservation until further notice

New Jersey American Water is issuing a mandatory water conservation order for customers in the western and southern regions of its Raritan water system. Affected...
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Planning Board to continue hearing on Princeton University application regarding Victorian homes

The Princeton Planning Board will pick up where it left off in its consideration of a proposal to demolish three Victorian houses at 110-116...
ANDREW HARRISON/STAFF

Graduation ceremony, speeches spotlight Princeton High School seniors’ perseverance and resilience

Princeton High School (PHS) seniors in the Class of 2021 celebrated a life milestone together as they graduated in person to complete their senior...
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