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Princeton Woman Hospitalized After Crashing into Tree on Mercer Street

A Princeton resident skidded off the road and struck a tree while driving along Mercer Street Wednesday afternoon. Abbie Farrow, 56, was driving her 1997 Ford Expedition just before 1 p.m. and was traveling north on Mercer Street near Hale Drive when she skidded off the roadway and struck a large uprooted tree with her […]

Princeton Today: Rain to Snow

  Rain is  moving into the region from south to north this morning. The higher terrain in the Poconos and northwest New Jersey will be the first to see a change over to snow. Areas east and south of the Interstate 95 corridor may not see the change to a rain snow mix until mid […]

Last Day for Our Crowdfunding Campaign

Today is the final day of our crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo. Please support our campaign if you have not already so that we can continue to provide and strengthen our community news coverage. Contributions of any size are welcome. Thanks to all the individuals and businesses who have donated so far and helped spread the […]

New Headmaster Selected for Princeton Academy

Alfred  “Rik” F. Dugan, III has been appointed the next headmaster of the Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart, the school’s board of trustees announced. This appointment concludes an extensive search process launched to identify a successor to Founding Olen Kalkus, the founding headmaster of the school. Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart is the […]

Princeton University Names Title IX Administrator

Regan Crotty, the director of student life at Wilson College at Princeton University, has been appointed to the new position of Title IX administrator at the school. Crotty, an alumna of the school, will be responsible for implementing the school’s sex discrimination and sexual misconduct policy. She will support Title IX programming and training on […]


Princeton Today: Princeton Reacts to Ferguson Announcement

About 300 students at Princeton University took to the streets last night in response to the announcement that a grand jury decided not to indict police officer Darren Wilson for the shooting and death of unarmed black teen Michael Brown.  The students marched along Prospect Avenue to the Woodrow Wilson School, chanting slogans like “No […]

Protesters at a rally after the Ferguson shooting in August.

Princeton Groups Plan Protest in Wake of Ferguson Decision

A group of Princeton area residents plans to gather at Tiger Park in front of Palmer Square Tuesday at 6 p.m. to protest the fact that the police officer in Ferguson, Missouri who shot unarmed teen Michael Brown will not be indicted. The Coalition for Peace Action is co-sponsoring a rally for racial justice and […]

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Princeton Today: Dinky Service Down for Second Day

Less than a week after the new Dinky station opened, the train has broken down and will not be in service for the second day in a row. New Jersey Transit issued an alert Sunday morning at about 6:30 a.m. notifying travelers that the Dinky was out of service due to mechanical issues. Early this […]

Planet Princeton Picks: Top 20 Movies About Journalists

Your support for Planet Princeton’s crowdsourcing campaign will help ensure that we continue to publish Planet Princeton, and will strengthen our reporting and news gathering abilities in service of the community’s interest.  Less than 72 hours remain for our campaign, which ends Wednesday night.  The campaign will fund technology upgrades, a phone app, a public […]


Man Killed in Hunting Accident in West Windsor

A Chesterfield man was killed while he was hunting with his father in a field along Old Trenton Road Saturday afternoon, police said. West Windsor Police officers were dispatched to the fields at 1201 Old Trenton Road just after 4 p.m. after someone called to report a hunting accident with an injury. When officers arrived […]

Planet Princeton Weekend Picks, Nov. 21-23

Friday, November 21 Junior League of Greater Princeton Holiday Showhouse & Gardens – The Junior League of Greater Princeton is hosting another designer showhouse, this time with a holiday theme. Funds raised during the Designer Showhouse allow the League to implement two years of community programs, including a partnership with Dress for Success in Mercer […]

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