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The Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church and concerned citizens and community groups are working to raise money to rehabilitate the Princeton home where Paul Robeson was born. Sunday at 2 p.m., the Paul Robeson House and the Arts Council of Princeton will host a performance by singer Kevin Maynor at the Princeton High School Performing Arts […]

Princeton Man Sentenced to 12 Years in Prison for Extorting $233,000 from Woman

A Princeton man was sentenced to state prison today for stealing  approximately $233,000 from a woman he met in Atlantic City. Anthony K. White, 42, was sentenced to 12 years in state prison, including 10 years of parole ineligibility, by Superior Court Judge Michael A. Donio and was ordered to pay $233,726 in restitution. White […]

Princeton Today: Ironman

New Jersey’s first half-Ironman race is called the Princeton Ironman, but the 70.3-mile race does not pass through Princeton. Mercer County Park in West Windsor will host the 1.2 swim and 13.1 mile run. The 56-mile bike portion of the race also will start and end there. The race, which will begin at 7 a.m. […]

The former Princeton Medical Center.

Princeton Hospital Demolition Project Will Begin Sept. 22

The demolition of the one-story building closest to the parking garage at former hospital in downtown Princeton is now slated to begin on Monday, Sept. 22, officials announced today. Contractors for developer AvalonBay are still completing work in preparation for the demolition. The hospital demolition project is anticipated to take four to six months to […]

Princeton Today: Poems and Percussions

Good morning on this lovely Thursday. Small World Coffee will host a fundraiser for Sustainable Princeton tonight called “Poems and Percussions for the Planet.” You can make a donation at the door or buy a ticket online via Eventbrite. Performances by Dan Johnson and Arul Karttikeya. 7 p.m., Small World Coffee, 14 Witherspoon Street. Suggested […]

Princeton Police Charge 28 Year Old in TD Bank Robbery

This afternoon police arrested a 28-year-old man in Old Bridge for the robbery that took place Monday morning at the TD Bank on Route 206 in Princeton. A confidential tip led police detectives to Wesley Gugliuzza. A coordinated effort between Princeton Police detectives and Old Bridge Police detectives led to his capture and arrest. Gugliuzza, who […]

Letters: Join the People’s Climate March This Sunday

On this Sunday, Sept. 21, beginning at 11:30 a.m., people from all across the country will gather at Columbus Circle in New York for what’s being billed as “the largest climate march in history.” I’ve never taken part in a march, but I’ll go to this one, and I encourage everyone else to head to […]

Hun School Teacher Charged with Sexual Assaulting Student

The Princeton Police arrested a former Hun School of Princeton theater teacher today and charged him with sexually assaulting a female student who was 16 at the time the assaults took place. Nolan A. Johnson, 39,  of Morrisville has been charged with three counts of second-degree sexual assault and one count of second-degree endangering the […]

Breaking News: Princeton Police Searching for TD Bank Robber

  The TD Bank at the intersection of Cherry Valley Road and Route 206 in Princeton was robbed this morning at 11:35 a.m. A TD Bank employee telephoned the Princeton Police Department and reported the robbery. The employee reported that an unknown white male walked into the bank alone, approached a bank teller, and passed […]

Gas Leak at Princeton University Construction Site

A backhoe struck a gas line at the Lakeside graduate housing construction site at about 8:06 a.m. Construction workers in the area were evacuated. Officials said there were no injuries. The Princeton Fire Department, the University’s Department of Public Safety and PSE&G responded to the incident. The gas was shut off at 8:24 a.m. and […]

South Brunswick Police Searching for Missing Teen

South Brunswick Police are searching for a missing 16-year-old girl who was reported missing by her mother at 5 a.m. Saturday. She was last seen with her family at the Princeton Hampton Inn on Route 1 in South Brunswick. Police are concerned about Danielle’s mental health. Danielle Fedrich, a resident of New York City, is  […]

Bomb Threat Reported at CVS in Downtown Princeton Friday Night

Just before 8 p.m. Friday night, Princeton Police investigated a reported bomb threat at the CVS Pharmacy on Nassau Street. A store employee allegedly received a phone call from unknown male caller stating that a package containing explosives was inside the store, police said. The building was evacuated, including the store and above-store apartment units. […]

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