The dog was last seen on Hamilton Avenue.
Princeton area residents, have you seen this black tuxedo cat? Willow was being walked on a harness near the Copperwood Apartments at 300 Burn Drive when she got loose on Saturday at about 1 p.m. As of Sunday evening she still had not been found. If you see Willow, please call or text 908-310-3852. She…
The road is again open to traffic near the elementary school.
Do not approach a bear if you see one. Secure your garbage cans and remove your bird feeders.
The bear was seen on Lower Harrison Street.
Videos and photos of the black bear that has been spotted in Princeton over the past two weeks. The bear was last seen Thursday morning.
One prominent Princeton priest was impersonated this week in a bogus email soliciting gift cards.
The bear was last seen in the Hartley Avenue area.
A bear has been spotted wandering around Tyson Lane neighborhood near Poe Road in the northeastern section of Princeton, police said on Thursday evening, Aug. 11. Don’t attempt to approach the bear. Following are tips to reduce bear-related encounters: Secure your trash in bear-resistant garbage containers or with tight-fitting lids to reduce odors. Clean any…
Service was shut down for the rest of the night.
Firefighters are putting out a brush fire.
The program will provide up to $35,000 in assistance to cover mortgage arrearages, delinquent property taxes, and other housing costs.
It is unclear how long the road will be closed.
The system issue has been fixed.
Let’s help this friendly mailman find his keys!
The woman was walking around 4:30 p.m. near the South Brunswick and Plainsboro border.
You may just need to submit more documentation to the agency.
See if your trash pickup has been switched from Thursdays to Fridays.