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Princeton University Names First Female Athletic Director

Mollie Marcoux will make history at Princeton University, becoming the first female athletic director when Gary Walters steps down this summer after two decades leading the athletics department. Marcoux, a Princeton University alumna who has played an integral role in the creation and management of the sports complexes of Chelsea Piers, has been appointed the […]

So Percussion Named as New Edward T. Cone Performers-In-Residence at Princeton University

  The department of music at Princeton University has chosen So Percussion to be the new Edward T. Cone Performers-in-Residence at the school. The group replaces the Brentano String Quartet, the performers-in-residence since 1999. So Percussion will teach graduate and undergraduate students, lead workshops, rehearse and perform new works by student and faculty composers, coach […]

Princeton Tax Day Penny Poll Postponed to April 16

The Princeton-based Coalition for Peace Action will conduct its annual “Penny Poll” on federal spending priorities the day after this year’s deadline for filing federal tax returns, Wednesday, April 16, from 12 noon until 1 p.m. in front of the Palmer Square Post Office in downtown Princeton. The event had been previously scheduled for Tuesday, […]


Missing 81-Year-Old East Windsor Man Found Dead

New Jersey State Police found the body of the 81-year-old East Windsor man on Saturday who was reported missing by his family. The body of Phillips Brooks was found at about 1:30 p.m. in a wooded area in Washington Township in Burlington County. The body was two miles away from his red Subaru, which was […]

Hospital Employees Raise Funds to Help Nursing Assistant Injured in Explosion

Employees at the University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro have set up a crowdsourcing campaign to help the nursing assistant who was injured Thursday night at the hospital. The nursing assistant, Agnes, worked on the third floor in the telemetry unit. Just before 9 p.m. Thursday night she was in a patient room when […]

Attempted Robbery at CVS in Princeton Junction

A white male entered the CVS Pharmacy at 350 Princeton Hightstown Road at 11:30 a.m. Friday and passed a note to the pharmacist demanding narcotics, or he would start shooting. No weapon was seen and suspect fled the store on foot, West Windsor Police said. After running from the store, he jumped into a nearby […]

Two Princeton Area Congregational Churches Merge

The East Brunswick Congregational Church has merged into Christ Congregation, a Princeton church located on Walnut Lane across from Westminster Choir College. The Rev. Robert Moore, executive director of the Coalition for Peace Action, will co-pastor the merged congregation with the Rev. Jeffrey Mays. The merger was effective as of April 1. Both congregations voted […]

81-Year-Old East Windsor Man Missing Since Friday

New Jersey State Police have  issued a silver alert for an 81-year-old East Windsor man who went missing on Friday. Phillip R. Brooks, a resident of the Meadow Lakes Retirement Community on Etra Road, was reported missing Saturday night. He was last seen driving a red 2006 Subarau Forrester Wagon from his residence just after […]

A rendering of the AvalonBay project slated for the hospital site in Princeton.

Developer AvalonBay and Princeton Council at Impasse Regarding Environmental Testing

Developer AvalonBay could be heading to court again to sue the town over the developer’s agreement for the Witherspoon Street hospital site. The governing body and AvalonBay reached an impasse tonight regarding environmental testing at the hospital site after a consultant hired by the town to evaluate environmental concerns issued new recommendations for testing. Consultant […]

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