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Princeton Police Seek Public’s Help Identifying Burglary Suspects

The Princeton Police Department is asking for the public’s help identifying two burglary suspects. The police department released two photos of the suspects, but did not provide any other information about where the burglary occurred, the area it took place,  or when it took place. In the past the police department used to provide this […]

Peanut and Almond Butters Recalled for Possible Salmonella Risk

An organic food company is voluntarily recalling six brands of peanut butter and almond butter for possible Salmonella contamination. The recall includes some Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods store brands of almond butter. nSpired Natural Foods Inc. has recalled retail lots of Arrowhead Mills Peanut Butters, MaraNatha Almond Butters and Peanut Butters, and other grocery […]

Lawrenceville School Names New Headmaster

Stephen Murray has been named the 13th headmaster of the Lawrenceville School, school officials announced today. His appointment is effective July 1, 2015. Murray will succeed Elizabeth Duffy, who has led the school since 2003. “This is an extraordinary moment in Lawrenceville’s history. Steve is a world-class educator and a proven leader who comes to […]

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Princeton Lawn Sign Theft Hearing Set for Sept. 8

The Princeton University professor who was caught on video removing lawn signs from private property that belonged to a local computer business is scheduled to appear in court next month. The Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office has bounced the case back down to the municipal court in Princeton. Defendant John Mulvey and his lawyer, Kim Otis, […]

Vandals Damage Painted Oxen in Hopewell

  In three separate incidents, some of the colorful fiberglass oxen on display throughout Hopewell Valley have been vandalized, police say. The first incident occurred on Aug. 7, when someone poured orange paint over an ox on display in front of the Pennington Market. The next incident occurred on or after Aug. 15, when someone […]

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Princeton Council Approves Settlement with Hospital Site Developer AvalonBay

The governing body of Princeton voted tonight to approve an agreement with developer AvalonBay that scales back the amount of environmental testing that will be required at the former hospital site on Witherspoon Street. Several residents asked the governing body to delay the vote so they could review the revised developer’s agreement, but officials said […]

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Frontier Airlines to Offer Non-Stop Service from Trenton-Mercer Airport to the Bahamas

Mercer County Executive Brian M. Hughes today announced that for the first time in its 85-year history, Trenton-Mercer Airport will offer international service. Beginning on Nov. 20, Frontier Airlines will offer non-stop service to Nassau, Bahamas. Flights to Nassau will be offered twice weekly on Thursdays and Sundays. To celebrate the announcement, Frontier is offering […]

Protesters Pack Scudder Plaza in Princeton to Protest War in Gaza

More than 600 people took to the streets of Princeton this afternoon to voice their support for Palestine and protest Israel’s recent military strikes on Gaza. A temporary cease-fire is slated to end late Monday. Protesters peacefully marched down Nassau Street, and then gathered at the Scudder Plaza in front of the Woodrow Wilson School […]

Chloe the Cat Missing from Princeton

Chloe the cat got out of her cat carrier and jumped out of the car Saturday night when her Princeton family was returning from vacation. She was last seen at the corner of Hunter and Westcott in Princeton at about 8 p.m. Saturday night. Chloe is an indoor cat. She is easily scared, but may […]

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