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Princeton Today: Thanksgiving Food Drive

The West Windsor Township Police Department has organized a Thanksgiving food drive for the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen. You can drop off items in the blue bin inside the West Windsor Township Police Department headquarters until Wed., Nov. 26, at 3 p.m. Police will deliver all of the food to the soup kitchen. The Trenton […]


“IRS” Phone Scam Continues in Mercer County Area

Mercer County area residents have recently been receiving phone calls, text messages and emails from people claiming to be from the Internal Revenue Service. The residents are told that they owe money to the IRS and they must make prompt payment by using a pre-loaded debit card or wire transfer. They are also being advised […]


Holt to Lead American Association for the Advancement of Science

United States Congressman Rush D. Holt, who will retire from the U.S. House of Representatives at the end of his eighth term, has been selected to lead the world’s largest general scientific organization, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, as chief executive officer and executive publisher of the Science family of journals. He […]

Princeton Today: This History of Rock n’ Roll (In Ten Songs)

Rock critic and scholar Greil Marcus released the book “The History of Rock ‘n’ Roll in Ten Songs” with Yale Press this fall. The book is an unusual take on a subject that has been written about extensively. Unlike all previous versions of rock ’n’ roll history, the book omits almost every iconic performer and […]

Princeton Today: Thank You for Your Service

David Finkel, the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author of the new book “Thank You for Your Service,”  will discuss life after war this afternoon at Princeton University. His talk is free and open to the public. Finkel is a staff writer for The Washington Post and is also the leader of the Post’s national reporting […]

New Dinky Station Opens in Princeton

  The familiar whistle of the Dinky train could be heard in downtown Princeton again this morning after a week of silence. Construction crews worked through the weekend to prepare for the opening of the permanent Dinky train station on Alexander Street, and the station opened this morning. Construction equipment still covered a major portion […]

Princeton Police Searching for Missing Woman

Princeton Police are searching for 84-year-old resident Doreta Yabrov. A missing person alert was issued by the police department just after 7:30 p.m. Yabrov is white, is 5-feet tall with a slim build, blue eyes and grey hair. build. She was last seen wearing a black fur coat and a maroon beret. She lives in […]

Princeton Philanthropist William H. Scheide Dies at 100

William H. Scheide, the Princeton philanthropist and Bach enthusiast who made significant contributions to scholarship in various fields of study and curated one of the largest rare book and manuscript collections in the world, died early this morning, a source close to the family confirmed. He was 100. Born in Philadelphia on January 6, 1914, […]


Driver Charged in Princeton School Bus Accident

Princeton Police have charged the driver who hit a school bus on Route 206 Tuesday. Justin Thomas, 26, of Morris Plains, was charged today with one count of careless driving and one count of failure to keep right. Thomas was traveling north on Route 206 at about 2:48 p.m. when he crossed the center line […]

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