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Blue Mass

Courtesy of the Princeton Police Department Members of the Princeton Police Department attended the 22nd Annual Blue Mass, hosted by the Diocese of Trenton at St. Robert Bellarmine Co-Cathedral in...

Princeton Police blotter

Three burglars broke into a jewelry store on Nassau Street, smashed display cases with a sledgehammer and glass-breaking...

Montgomery Township Police blotter

A small mulch fire was reported at the Princeton Elks Lodge on Route 518 at 4:41 p.m. April...

Former president of Hightstown Rams Youth Football and Cheerleading charged with theft

The former president of the Hightstown Rams Youth Football and Cheerleading group has been charged with theft for...

Common calendar, Packet papers, April 12

Burlington, Mercer, Middlesex, and Somerset counties New Jersey Blood Services (NJBS), a division of New York Blood Center, which...

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PRINCETON: Two council members expect action to come on paid sick leave ordinance

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer Two Princeton officials said Tuesday that they expect action in the coming months on an ordinance to require local...

Cost-cutting forces Spirit of Princeton’s Fourth of July fireworks show to go up in smoke

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer The Spirit of Princeton is not having an Independence Day fireworks show, the head of the organization told the...

PRINCETON: Mayor and Council looking to create youth advisory committee

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer Mayor Liz Lempert and Princeton Council members are looking to get input from high school students into how the...

PRINCETON: Damage to Stony Brook Bridge more extensive than first thought

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer Representatives of the state Department of Transportation will meet Monday with the Princeton Historic Preservation Commission to review options...

Prineton Area Community Foundation names new board members

The Princeton Area Community Foundation has appointed four new members to its board of trustees. William Harla, Elizabeth (Betsy) McNeilly, Jamie Kyte Sapoch and Calvin...

PRINCETON: Stony Brook bridge closure to remain in effect until further notice

By Lea Kahn, Staff Writer The closure of the Route 206 bridge over Stony Brook in Princeton will continue through the early part of the...

WHAT’S IN STORE: Jammin Crepes, fresh and local "fast food"

By Rich Fisher    What started on a train station parking lot has blossomed into one of Princeton’s most unique and fun-to-visit eateries.    Located at 20 Nassau...

It’s show time: Student-produced ‘Princeton Tonight’ to premiere on local TV

By Nathan Phan, Special Writer Creating a talk show requires pulling together lots of different parts: people call lists of celebrities to invite, writers bounce...

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