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Princeton University Researcher to Study Impact of Meningitis Vaccine Given to Students

A Princeton University researcher is recruiting students to participate in a study about the effects of the meningitis B vaccine that was given to members of the university community after the meningitis outbreak at the school. Nicole Basta, an infectious disease epidemiologist who is an associate research scholar in the department of ecology and evolutionary biology, […]

Town of Princeton to Enforce Overnight Parking Restrictions

Over the course of the next month, the Princeton Police Department will be phasing in a new standard for overnight parking. Under the new standard, permission to park overnight will not be granted on any street where overnight parking is prohibited except in the case of an emergency, police said. In the former Princeton Borough […]

Princeton “Ciclovia” Bike and Pedestrian Fest to Be Held May 4

A stretch of Quaker Road will be transformed into an automobile-free space for cyclists and pedestrians next month. Princeton’s first ever Ciclovía event will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, May 4, rain or shine. Ciclovia is a Spanish term that means “cycleway.” Quaker Road will be open for walking, pushing strollers, […]


Amazon Accepting Job Applications for Robbinsville Warehouse is accepting applications for people to pack and ship customer orders, and the company has posted several other job openings for the new Robbinsville warehouse, which is slated to open some time this summer. A dozen jobs are listed on the Amazon website (enter Robbinsville int he search location box), including positions for managers, […]

Communiversity Road Closures and Parking Restrictions

The following roads will be closed to traffic for Communiversity on Sunday, April 27: – Nassau between Vandeventer and Chambers – Witherspoon between Nassau and Paul Robeson/Wiggins – Palmer Square will be closed with the exception of Palmer Square East, which will remain open between Hulfish Street and Palmer Square South. – South Tulane from […]


Mercer and Quaker Road Repairs to Begin in May

On or about May 5th, the repair and resurfacing of Mercer Road and Quaker Road will begin, police said today. The first part of the project will involve the milling, repair and repaving of the Mercer Road surface between Province Line Road and Quaker Road. Work will take place from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. […]

New Jersey American Water to Flush Pipes in West Windsor This Week

New Jersey American Water is currently conducting its  spring system maintenance program. This week the company is working in the West Windsor area, according to West Windsor Police. It is unclear when the company will be doing work in Princeton. For both Princeton and West Windsor, the spring timetable does not provide dates, and says […]

Planet Princeton Weekend Picks, April 18-20

  Celebrate National Record Store Day  at the Princeton Record Exchange The Princeton Record Exchange will be rocking the 7th annual National Record Store Day this Saturday. We recommend that you arrive at PREX early if you have your heart set on a particular item. We mean really early, as in a few hours or […]

Gas Line Fire on Sycamore Road in Princeton

  Today just after 4 p.m.,  an electrical contractor struck a gas line while using a trenching machine on the lawn of a residence on the 100 block of Sycamore Road, police said. The trenching machine caused the gas line to spark and catch fire. Princeton police officers, the Princeton Fire Department, and the Princeton […]

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 […]

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