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Second Raccoon Tests Positive for Rabies in Princeton

Two raccoons found on Pretty Brook Road have tested positive for rabies, Princeton Health Officer Jeffrey Grosser said. The Princeton Health Department is concerned that other wild and stray animals may have come into contact with these raccoons. Homeowners who allow their pets to roam outside unattended should check the status of their pets’ last […]

Cyclists Pedal Through the Storm for Anchor House

There was no time to put on rain gear, and there wasn’t any point in doing so anyway. Dark clouds appeared in the sky near Winchester, Va. just after 2 p.m. on Monday and within a few minutes, cyclists on the Anchor House Ride for Runaways were drenched. A few cyclists ducked into a church. […]

Princeton Resident Charged with Theft for Removing Lawn Signs

A Princeton resident was arrested Monday for allegedly stealing 21 business lawn signs valued at $470. The lawn signs for Princeton Computer Tutor and Repairs allegedly were taken between June 30 of 2013 and July of this year. The lawn signs were taken from Rosedale Road near Elm Road. John Mulvey, 67, a professor of […]

Montgomery Woman Charged with Stealing Puppy from SAVE

For the second time in less than two weeks, the Princeton Police Department has charged someone with trying to steal animals from the SAVE animal shelter on Herrontown Road. On Saturday, July 12, a SAVE staff member reported to police that just after noon that day, three women left the shelter with a female puppy […]

Flash Flood Watch in Effect Until Tuesday Night for Central New Jersey

The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for Mercer, Somerset, Hunterdon and Middlesex counties. Heavy rainfall and flash flooding are possible this afternoon into Tuesday night. A cold front is expected to approach from the northwest today and Tuesday, bringing showers, thunderstorms and heavy rainfall. The watch is in effect from noon […]

Anchor House Cyclists Kick Off 36th Annual Ride for Runaways

Virginia is for lovers of cycling and hills this week. The Anchor House Ride for Runaways begins in Lexington, Va. tomorrow, June 13, and makes stops in Harrisonburg and Winchester, Va. before leaving the state nicknamed the Old Dominion. The 183 cyclists and 31 support crew members participating in the 36th annual ride will then […]

Planet Princeton Weekend Picks, July 11-13

Friday, July 11 Outdoor Dancing with the Central Jersey Dance Society – All dancing styles. Recommended that you wear dance sneakers and bring a water bottle. No partner needed. Hinds Plaza, Hinds Plaza on Witherspoon Street in downtown Princeton, 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Rain location is inside the Princeton Public Library. Free. The Nothing […]

Anchor House Cyclists Gear Up for 36th Annual Ride for Runaways

  Ben Thornton won’t have any trouble finding the motivation to pedal 500 miles over a week on the Anchor House Ride for Runaways. “I know the faces and the cases of the youth,” Thornton said. “I see everything they go through and how they make progress at Anchor House, and when I think of […]

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