The Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office said Friday that its investigation so far into a traffic stop and subsequent arrest of Princeton University professor Imani Perry has shown that the Princeton Police officer involved did nothing wrong. Read more
After closing Route 206 for a portion of Friday afternoon to continue fighting a major warehouse fire, Hillsborough Township police hope to have it reopened by rush hour.
Princeton police have asked the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office to investigate their handling of a traffic stop and subsequent arrest Saturday morning of a black Princeton University professor, a fierce critic of law enforcement who has injected race into a matter that has attracted the at…
MONTGOMERY — Slick road conditions resulted in five accidents during a one-hour period on Wednesday morning, but no serious injuries were reported, according to the township Police Department.
The Princeton Health Department is looking to stay one step ahead of the Zika virus should it spread to this country.
WEST WINDSOR — Two would-be shoplifters threatened to shoot a Walmart loss prevention officer outside the store, before fleeing empty-handed shortly before 5:30 p.m. Jan. 15, according to the Police Department.
MONTGOMERY — A public hearing on Williams-Transco’s request to dig a trench to install the final segment of the Skillman Loop natural gas pipeline was under way as The Princeton Packet went to press Thursday night.
Princeton council members this week heard renewed calls for them to require employers in town to give their workers paid sick time, an idea that officials say is a priority for this year despite pushback from the business community.
PLAINSBORO — The township-wide reassessment of residential, commercial and industrial properties — the first one in 10 years — is all but wrapped up, pending any appeals to the Middlesex County Board of Taxation.
CRANBURY – A local resident is the co-author of a Holocaust memoir of a man who went from an Auschwitz prisoner to a solider in the 101st Airborne Division.
Former Rutgers University and NFL quarterback Ray Lucas has had 19 concussions. That he knows about. And sports-related concussions are a hot topic right now.
People reportedly working on behalf of the Princeton Battlefield Society allegedly went onto Institute for Advanced Study property on Sunday to take “several” soil samples from the area of a planned faculty housing project, the IAS said Wednesday in announcing it had gone to Princeton police…
A New Jersey tax court judge on Friday rejected a request by Princeton University to dismiss three citizens’ lawsuits challenging its property tax exemption.
Councilwoman Jo S. Butler provided the critical vote on Monday to enable the town to buy 20.4 acres between Route 206 and Mount Lucas Road in the Princeton Ridge for $4.4 million.
The Princeton University professor arrested over the weekend on a warrant for an unpaid parking ticket said Tuesday that she felt distrust of the Princeton Police Department and expressed concerns over the “extreme” police response that included her being handcuffed to a table at police head…
Princeton University President Christopher L. Eisgruber said this week that he shared the concerns that have been raised about the arrest Saturday of a black university professor and the way she was treated by Princeton Police.
Federal immigration authorities last week raided Princeton and picked up two unidentified men on Wiggins Street, the town said Monday in calling the action “unfortunate.”
Advocates interested in the town acquiring 20.4 vacant acres on the Princeton Ridge have turned up the heat on the three council members opposed to the purchase ahead of Monday’s vote on whether the town buys the land or not.
MONTGOMERY — Township residents had better dig out their snow shovels and snow blowers — and not just because of the latest snowfall Friday morning.
Richard Glanton has rubbed elbows with some of the most powerful figures in business and politics, served as president of the Barnes Foundation in Pennsylvania and mingled at the highest levels of government and the corporate world.
If the thought of 10,000-pound trucks smashing cars, racing alongside one another and doing wheelies and other tricks excite you, then be sure to head out to the Sun National Bank Center in Trenton, Feb. 12 and 13, as some of the most infamous monster trucks in the world compete as part o…
The Savory Spice Shop of Princeton is aptly named, for the moment one walks into the establishment, they want to savor the wonderful aromas that embrace them.
WEST WINDSOR — The number of incidents of bullying, harassment and intimidation has continued its downward trend in the West Windsor-Plainsboro Regional School District, according to school district officials.
WEST WINDSOR — Students in the West Windsor-Plainsboro public school district performed much better than their peers in New Jersey during the first year of testing with the newly adopted Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers tests.
An East Windsor woman accused of murdering her mother-in law in their Mozart Court home has two weeks to hire a defense lawyer before her next court date later this month.
PLAINSBORO — In the wake of Gov. Chris Christie’s “pocket veto” of legislation that would have required nonprofit hospitals — such as the University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro — to pay fees to cover the costs of local services, Plainsboro Township officials are mulling their n…
Ten Hillsborough area boys and girls age 9 to 14 were named local champions of the Knights of Columbus Free Throw Championship and have earned the right to compete next at the district level.
Serving a plateful of pancakes may not require the same skill as turning the double play, but Hillsborough High School baseball players proved they can be capable at the culinary skill Sunday at their annual fund-raising pancake breakfast.
Next Level Youth is seeking middle school and high school age girls from East Windsor and Hightstown who are interested in being part of a competitive basketball program that will participate in tournaments inside and outside New Jersey in the spring.
Christina Rancan won three events to help the West Windsor-Plainsboro South girls track and field team to the Central Jersey Group III indoor championship.
An impassioned request that a dedicated practice space be built for the Hopewell Valley Central High School wrestling team was made by three residents at Monday’s school board meeting.
Austin Schimmel and Anthony DelGuercio will wrestle in their final team match for the Hillsborough High School on Saturday, but that’s hardly the end.
Maddie Deardorff and the rest of the seniors on the Princeton High girls swim team are leaving the Mercer County championships the same way they started — as champions.
Light rain fell outside the third-floor office where Angus Deaton works in Wallace Hall on the Princeton University campus, an office that has not gotten any bigger or more luxurious since Mr. Deaton won the Nobel Prize for economics in October.
Our two Princeton area markets are coming up soon: The West Windsor Community Farmers Market‘s February date is Saturday, February 13, at the Windsor Athletic Club, 99 Clarksville Road in West Windsor, 10:00am to 1:00pm. Enjoy a wide variety of greens, salad mix, root vegetables, winter squa…