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Jammin’ Crêpes in Princeton Extends Hours

Jammin’ Crêpes, the newest addition to the restaurant scene in Princeton, has extended its hours. You can now get your crepe fix until 9 p.m. on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. The eatery at 20 Nassau Street has been a big hit with Princeton area residents who love the restaurant’s made-to-order griddle creations filled with seasonal, […]

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United Artists Movie Theater at MarketFair Closes

For the past 27 years, movie goers in the Princeton area have enjoyed shopping at the mall on Route 1 and then catching a move at the United Artists Theater. People were surprised to go to the theater Friday, only to discover it is now closed. The mall management says it will be replaced by […]


Planet Princeton Weekend Picks, Dec. 19-21

  Friday, December 19 Call and Response Artist Exhibit Opening Reception –  The work of Andrew Ellis Johnson is on display in the Bernstein Gallery at the Woodrow Wilson School until Jan. 30. Artist Reception 5:30-7:30 p.m. in Robertson Hall, Princeton University, Washington Road, Princeton. Free. Cranbury Christmas Lights Multimedia Show – More than 120,000 […]

Current Transco pipeline construction in Hunterdon County. Photo: Fight the Pipe.

Transco Pipeline Project Approved by Feds

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission issued its order approving the Transcontinental Gas Pipeline Company’s Leidy Southeast Expansion Project today. The order states that the project will not result in any significant impacts. The order will allow pipeline construction to move forward, as well as allowing for pressure increases at a Transco compressor station in Mercer […]

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Three Cases of Sexual Assault Reported to Princeton University Public Safety

Three incidents of sexual assault were reported to the Department of Public Safety at Princeton University by school officials last weekend, according the school’s crime logs. Two of the assaults were at private eating clubs off campus. A student reported that on Dec. 12 while at an unidentified eating club they were fondled without their […]


International Schools Services Chooses Elizabeth Duffy to Be Next President

The board of directors for International Schools Services has selected Lawrenceville School Headmaster Elizabeth Duffy as its next president. She will assume her new position on July 1 of 2015. During Duffy’s 12 years at Lawrenceville, the school has established an extensive international travel program, globalized the curriculum, and increased its international student population to […]


Coach Bus Crashes into Tree on Princeton-Kingston Road

A 2003 Coach USA Suburban bus ran off the road and hit a tree in a yard on Princeton-Kingston Road (Route 27) between Roper Road and Poe Road just after 7 a.m. today. The bus was heading north on Route 27 near Carnegie Drive when it approached the rear of a 2002 Subaru wagon that […]


McCarter Theatre to Host Read-in Next Month to Celebrate the Life of Nelson Mandela

McCarter Theatre will host a read-in event at three area libraries in January to commemorate and celebrate the life of Nelson Mandela. Community members, artists, and civic leaders are welcome to take part in the event, “Unrelenting Voices Read-In: Freedom, Justice, Mandela, and More,” at the Princeton Public Library, the Trenton Free Library, and the […]

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