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A temporary station will be built about a quarter mile south of the existing Dinky station.

Feds: We Have No Jurisdiction Over NJ Transit Rail Line Moves

A federal transportation board has ruled that New Jersey Transit did not need its permission to remove part of the Dinky rail line that connects downtown Princeton to the main train station in Princeton Junction. The United States Surface Transit Board ruled yesterday that it has no jurisdiction over the New Jersey Transit train line. […]

Planet Princeton Weekend Picks, July 25-27

Friday, July 25 Morven Antique Car Exhibit – Tke a peek into the past and view an amazing array of antique cars that will be on display in Morven’s parking lot. A wonderful collection of Brass era automobiles will be in town for The Horseless Carriage Club of America’s “A Devil of a Time in New Jersey” tour, […]


Donors Sought for 5th Annual Princeton Book Bag and School Supplies Drive

The Princeton Human Services Department is seeking donors for its 5th annual book bag and school supplies drive that benefits needy children in the Princeton community. For the past five years, Princeton Human Services, town employees, local businesses, organizations and residents have donated book bags and school supplies. The items are distributed to children from […]

Facebook Burglar Who Fled to Canada Sentenced for 2011 Theft

A Hunterdon County man who used Facebook to select his targets has finally been sentenced for burglaries that took place in 2011. Steven Pieczynski was friends on Facebook with a Newtown, Pa. couple.  The couple posted their vacation plans on Facebook. Their home was robbed while they were away, and neighbors saw his vehicle near […]


Princeton Area Road Closure Update for July 24

Construction activities will continue today on Moore Street,  Park Place, and Willow Street today, July 24. Police are advising residents to avoid the area. There will be road closures and detours. Expect delays in the area. University Place will be down to one lane of travel between College Road  and Alexander Street due to crosswalk […]


Black Bear Sighting in Lawrenceville

The Lawrence Township Health Department has been notified that a black bear was spotted in Lawrenceville  in the Carter Road and Van Kirk Road area. The state Division of Fish and Wildlife advises that you take the following precautions if you see a black bear: – Remain calm and do not run. Make sure the […]

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Judge Orders Mediation in AvalonBay Lawsuit

A Superior Court judge Tuesday ordered AvalonBay and the town of Princeton to seek the help of a mediator to resolve their dispute over the development of the former hospital site in downtown Princeton. Mercer County Superior Court Judge Mary Jacobson questioned whether the town could require AvalonBay to conduct extra environmental tests at the […]

Community Park Pool in Princeton Reaches 250,000 Visitor Mark

The Princeton Recreation Department celebrated the 250,000th visit to the new Community Park Pool last week. The pool facility was renovated and opened in May of 2012 after several years of planning and discussion. The Caceres Family of Witherspoon Street won a free 2015 pool membership and a $100 coupon to R & K’s Poolside […]


Moore Street in Princeton Closed Today, July 22

Moore Street between Nassau St. and Franklin Ave. will be closed today because of milling and paving work. The work will begin at Nassau Street and continue north on Moore Street through the day, with additional work at the intersections along the way. Temporary traffic delays may occur on Hamilton Avenue/Wiggins due to the ongoing […]

Judge Orders Christie Administration to Release Public Records

A Superior Court judge has ordered the Christie administration to turn over documents requested by an activist who wanted to review requests made under the state’s Open Public Records Act related to the Bridgegate scandal. Mercer County Superior Court Judge Mary Jacobson ordered the Christie Administration to turn over copies of records to open government […]

Cyclists Finish 36th Annual Ride for Runaways and Raise More than $517,000

  When the week-long Anchor House Ride for Runaways comes to an end, the hardest part isn’t dealing with the aching muscles and other sore body parts. The toughest part is saying goodbye to all the friends you’ve made and relationships you’ve renewed during the week together on the road. “It’s a group of people […]

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