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81-Year-Old East Windsor Man Missing Since Friday

New Jersey State Police have  issued a silver alert for an 81-year-old East Windsor man who went missing on Friday. Phillip R. Brooks, a resident of the Meadow Lakes Retirement Community on Etra Road, was reported missing Saturday night. He was last seen driving a red 2006 Subarau Forrester Wagon from his residence just after […]

A rendering of the AvalonBay project slated for the hospital site in Princeton.

Developer AvalonBay and Princeton Council at Impasse Regarding Environmental Testing

Developer AvalonBay could be heading to court again to sue the town over the developer’s agreement for the Witherspoon Street hospital site. The governing body and AvalonBay reached an impasse tonight regarding environmental testing at the hospital site after a consultant hired by the town to evaluate environmental concerns issued new recommendations for testing. Consultant […]


Princeton Road and Construction Projects for Week of April 7

Sewer work will be conducted on Bayard Lane (Route 206) near Cleveland Lane today until 3:30 p.m. Police will be on location and will manage alternating traffic. Work will also be done at night from 9 p.m. until 2 a.m. Water service will be installed on  Springdale Road near Newlin Road today. The work is […]

Dog Reunited with Owner After 17 Months with Help of West Windsor Police

Myra Cruz thought someone was playing an April Fool’s Day prank on her yesterday when she received a message that her dog, Wesley, had been found. Wesley, a yellow Labrador retriever, had been missing from Hillsborough for 17 months. Just after 7 a.m. yesterday, West Windsor Police Officer Lee Brodowski was dispatched to the Manor […]

Princeton University Selects New Management Co. for Garden Theatre

Princeton University has selected a Doylestown, Pa. company to run the Garden Theatre on Nassau Street. Renew Theaters, a nonprofit organization with 21 years of experience running community movie theaters, has been selected to operate the theater. The lease agreement between Renew and Princeton University will take effect June 1. The Garden Theatre, which opened […]

Princeton Democratic Committee Recommends Miller and Nemeth Be Given “Official Party Slogan” in Primary Race

  The Princeton Democratic Municipal Committee voted tonight to recommend to the Mercer County Democratic Party leadership that Bernie Miller and Sue Nemeth are given the party slogan on the ballot in the Princeton Council primary race. The committee voted to recommend to the county chair that all three Democratic candidates – including incumbent Jo […]

Kim Pimley Chosen to Lead Princeton HealthCare System Board

The Princeton Healthcare System Board of Trustees has chosen Kim Pimley to lead the board. Previously Pimley served as the  head of Princeton Healthcare’s Foundation board. Gerard Compito has been named as Pimley’s replacement to lead the foundation. Pimley, a Princeton resident who served as chair of the foundation board from 2010 to 2013,  joined […]


Princeton Road Work/Closures for the Week of March 31

Tonight and tomorrow night, March 31st and April 1st, the New Jersey Department of Transportation will be patching and repairing State Highway 206 between Nassau Street and Arreton Road. The work will take place between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. Workers will be on the scene to manage alternating traffic. Expect traffic delays while the […]

West Windsor Police Catch Men Connected With Several Home Burglaries

Two Ewing men who allegedly robbed homes in the Mercer County and Somerset County area were caught this week after a resident in West Windsor observed a robbery in progress and contacted the police. On Tuesday March 25th, two men were taken into custody by West Windsor patrol officers after a brief vehicle and foot […]

NJDOT to Patch and Repair Parts of Route 206 This Weekend

Tonight, March 28 starting at 9 p.m. and continuing to approximately 6 a.m., the New Jersey Department of Transportation will be patching and repairing Route 206 between Nassau Street and Arreton Road. Construction workers will be on the scene to mange alternating traffic. Expect traffic delays while the work is being completed. The patch work […]


Princeton Passport Day Slated for April 29

Passport Day for Princeton residents will be held from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 29 in the community room at the Princeton Municipal Building at 400 Witherspoon Street. Residents can call (609) 989-6473 to reserve a time to have their applications processed and their passport photo taken. Walk-in applicants are also welcome. […]

Princeton University Professor Yakov Sinai Wins $1 Million Abel Prize

Yakov Sinai, one of the most influential mathematicians of the twentieth century, has been awarded the 2014 Abel Prize by the The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters. Originally from Russia, Sinai has been a professor at Princeton University since 1993. Sinai was awarded the Abel Prize “for his fundamental contributions to dynamical systems, ergodic […]

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