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Princeton Police Receive Bomb Threat, No Bomb Found at University

The Princeton Police Department received a bomb threat that was made through an anonymous phone call and made reference to the Princeton University campus. Following the call at about 5:20 p.m., officers from Princeton Police Department and the Princeton University Department of Public Safety conducted preliminary investigations and determined that the threat was not credible. […]

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Winter Weather Advisory in Effect for Central New Jersey

The National Weather Service in Mount Holly has issued a winter weather advisory for New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania. The weather advisory is in effect until 9 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 24. Snow is expected to start between 9 p.m. and  midnight tonight and change to freezing rain between 2 a.m. and 5 a.m. About one […]

The old dinky station is slated to become a restaurant and cafe, but who will run the eateries now that the deal is off with the Terra Momo Group?

Princeton University Seeking New Operator for Eateries at Old Dinky Station

Princeton University and the Terra Momo Group have agreed to discontinue discussions regarding a lease to operate the restaurant and café that will be developed at the historic  former Dinky Station as part of the school’s $320 million arts and transit neighborhood. “The renovation and expansion of the existing former train station buildings will continue […]

Atandwa Kani in Sizwe Banzi Is Dead 2014 ©Ruphin Coudyzer, courtesy of McCarter Theatre.

Planet Princeton Weekend Picks, Jan. 23-25

  Friday, January 23 Opening Reception for Haitian Art Exhibit –  Works by Haitian artist Edens Cathyl and Haitian flags from private collections. On view until Feb. 12. Reception 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., Stuart Country Day School, 1200 Stuart Road, Princeton. Free. Tina and Friends Rock the Vines – Live music and open mic […]


Sustainable Princeton Names 2014 Leadership Award Winners

A municipal employee, three high school students, a local business and three residents have been named 2014 Sustainable Princeton Leadership Award winners. Activities conducted by the honorees ranged from planting municipal gardens to hosting zero waste school picnics and conducting a greenhouse gas assessment at a local school. Awards will be presented at 7 p.m. […]

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Record Number of Students Apply to Princeton University

Princeton University received a record 27,259 applications for admission to the class of 2019, school officials reported this week. The number includes 3,850 candidates who applied last fall through single-choice early action. University officials said the number of applicants increased in recent days after incomplete applications were processed and added to the total for the […]

Temple Grandin (c) with Princeotn Day School Head of School Paul Stellato (l) and science department Chair Silvia Strauss-Debenedetti (r).

Author Temple Grandin Visits Princeton Day School

  Princeton Day School hosted bestselling author, animal researcher, and autism activist Temple Grandin on Wednesday, Jan. 21. Grandin presented a talk to middle and upper school students about her work with animals, the evolution of the autism spectrum, the importance of studying outcomes when it comes to the education system, untapped future job opportunities, […]

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Fire Destroys Avalon Apartment Complex in Edgewater

A extra-alarm fire destroyed an apartment complex and left hundreds of people homeless Wednesday evening in Edgewater. The complex was built by AvalonBay, the developer of the downtown hospital site in Princeton. The company also owns and operates five other apartment complexes in the area in Lawrence, Plainsboro, West Windsor and Somerset. The fire began […]


Princeton Today: Light Snow This Afternoon

Light snow is expected to fall in the Central Jersey area beginning late this afternoon. The snow is expected to continue until the evening. Only about one to two inches of snow are expected to fall, but the snow is expected to start before the evening commute, and could cause slippery road conditions. WEATHER High […]

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Princeton Councilwoman to Meet with Hospital Area Residents Tonight

Princeton Councilwoman Jenny Crumiller has organized a public forum tonight so that residents who live near the hospital demolition site can voice their concerns about issues related to the demolition. Many residents in the neighborhood were upset about the closure of Witherspoon Street this weekend because the detours routed tractor trailers, buses and cars down […]

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