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Community Park Pool in Princeton Reaches 250,000 Visitor Mark

The Princeton Recreation Department celebrated the 250,000th visit to the new Community Park Pool last week. The pool facility was renovated and opened in May of 2012 after several years of planning and discussion. The Caceres Family of Witherspoon Street won a free 2015 pool membership and a $100 coupon to R & K’s Poolside […]

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Moore Street in Princeton Closed Today, July 22

Moore Street between Nassau St. and Franklin Ave. will be closed today because of milling and paving work. The work will begin at Nassau Street and continue north on Moore Street through the day, with additional work at the intersections along the way. Temporary traffic delays may occur on Hamilton Avenue/Wiggins due to the ongoing […]

Judge Orders Christie Administration to Release Public Records

A Superior Court judge has ordered the Christie administration to turn over documents requested by an activist who wanted to review requests made under the state’s Open Public Records Act related to the Bridgegate scandal. Mercer County Superior Court Judge Mary Jacobson ordered the Christie Administration to turn over copies of records to open government […]

Cyclists Finish 36th Annual Ride for Runaways and Raise More than $517,000

  When the week-long Anchor House Ride for Runaways comes to an end, the hardest part isn’t dealing with the aching muscles and other sore body parts. The toughest part is saying goodbye to all the friends you’ve made and relationships you’ve renewed during the week together on the road. “It’s a group of people […]

Anchor House Mechanic Keeps the Wheels Turning

  Ping! It’s the sound of a spoke breaking on a bike wheel. Such noises are often followed by a choice curse word, because the cyclist usually can’t continue to ride and needs to head to a bike shop for a repair. But when a cyclist experiences a mechanical problem on the Anchor House Ride […]

For Hayons and Many Other Cyclists, Anchor House Ride Is a Family Affair

  “Good morning Ben.” “Hi. I’m not Ben. I’m Sol.” “Good morning Sol.” “I’m not Sol. He’s Sol. I’m Ben.” It’s often difficult to recognize cyclists in their biking clothes, helmets and sunglasses, but this week the cyclists on the Anchor House Ride for Runaways have an extra challenge with two of the riders. For […]

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Second Raccoon Tests Positive for Rabies in Princeton

Two raccoons found on Pretty Brook Road have tested positive for rabies, Princeton Health Officer Jeffrey Grosser said. The Princeton Health Department is concerned that other wild and stray animals may have come into contact with these raccoons. Homeowners who allow their pets to roam outside unattended should check the status of their pets’ last […]

Cyclists Pedal Through the Storm for Anchor House

There was no time to put on rain gear, and there wasn’t any point in doing so anyway. Dark clouds appeared in the sky near Winchester, Va. just after 2 p.m. on Monday and within a few minutes, cyclists on the Anchor House Ride for Runaways were drenched. A few cyclists ducked into a church. […]

Princeton Resident Charged with Theft for Removing Lawn Signs

A Princeton resident was arrested Monday for allegedly stealing 21 business lawn signs valued at $470. The lawn signs for Princeton Computer Tutor and Repairs allegedly were taken between June 30 of 2013 and July of this year. The lawn signs were taken from Rosedale Road near Elm Road. John Mulvey, 67, a professor of […]

Montgomery Woman Charged with Stealing Puppy from SAVE

For the second time in less than two weeks, the Princeton Police Department has charged someone with trying to steal animals from the SAVE animal shelter on Herrontown Road. On Saturday, July 12, a SAVE staff member reported to police that just after noon that day, three women left the shelter with a female puppy […]

Flash Flood Watch in Effect Until Tuesday Night for Central New Jersey

The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for Mercer, Somerset, Hunterdon and Middlesex counties. Heavy rainfall and flash flooding are possible this afternoon into Tuesday night. A cold front is expected to approach from the northwest today and Tuesday, bringing showers, thunderstorms and heavy rainfall. The watch is in effect from noon […]

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