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For Ben Servetah, it’s not enough to say that he disapproves of all that the New Jersey European Heritage Association – a group that states it seeks to “secure the existence of our people and a future for White children” – stands for. “It is not enough to dislike it. You have to fight it, […]

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An ordinance that eliminates the three-hour parking limit and replaces it with all-day parking meters on Witherspoon Street, between Green Street and Lytle Street, was introduced by Princeton Council Monday night. The change was made partly in response to a request by the Arts Council of Princeton, which is located on Witherspoon Street between Paul […]

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Although the New Jersey European Heritage Association – which has been labeled by the public as a white supremacist group – did not show up for a march in Princeton on Saturday afternoon, that did not stop counter-protesters from gathering at Tiger Park to hold a demonstration of their own. Chanting “No hate, no fear, […]

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The New Jersey European Heritage Association, which is a white supremacist group, has apparently called off its planned rally set for today, Jan. 12, in Tiger Park on Palmer Square in Princeton, claiming that it never intended to carry out the event. A tweet posted on its Twitter account Friday afternoon said, “You’ve been punk’d,” […]

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By Samantha Brandbergh Correspondent Just one day after Princeton residents Anne Hoppenot and Judy Sarvary left Haiti in October — where they were visiting the newly constructed school, La Référence — a large storm left roads and buildings in the town of Ganthier flooded. The school, however, stayed fully intact. Members of the Haitian community, […]

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Smiling from ear to ear, the two newest members of the Princeton Council were sworn into office at the council’s annual reorganization meeting on Jan. 3. With their families at their side, Eve Niedergang and Dwaine Williamson took the oath of office and then took their seats on the dais next to Mayor Liz Lempert […]

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A 24-year-old Princeton man has been charged with possession of child pornography and distribution of child pornography, Mercer County Prosecutor Angelo Onofri announced. Jose Donis-Siguil, 24, was arrested at his home on Witherspoon Street Jan. 8, after law enforcement officials were tipped off by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, according to the […]

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The hardy band of marchers who commemorated the 57th annual Col. Hand Historic March stepped off on a rainy Saturday morning – 242 years and 3 days after Col. Edward Hand and his soldiers held off British and Hessian troops on their way to what would become known as the Second Battle of Trenton on […]

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By Philip Sean Curran Staff Writer The Princeton Council begins 2019 responding to a backlash to a new parking system municipal officials introduced in the fall. The backlash is a result of high-tech equipment not working properly, prices increases in most areas and regulations that have the business community fuming. To park for two hours […]

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In an article about Solterra’s decision to discontinue backdoor household trash collection, the incorrect telephone number was listed for Princeton residents who want to contact the company to make private arrangements for backdoor collection. The correct telephone number is 609-771-8005.

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Princeton residents whose homes are set back at the end of long driveways will have to take their trash cans down to the curb for collection, instead of placing them next to the house for weekly pickup. Solterra Recycling Solutions, Princeton’s contracted trash collector, sent letters last month to the affected homeowners informing them that […]

When Colleen Linko was first getting started with the Princeton High girls' track and field program, she had the luxury of learning the ropes from Jackie Patterson, a veteran runner who was able to be a mentor.

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PPS-PHOOPS Photo by Bob Nuse / Princeton High boys’ basketball coach Patrick Noone addresses his team during a timeout last Saturday in the Little Tigers’ 66-37 victory over New Egypt. By Bob Nuse Sports Editor When the Princeton High boys’ basketball team is playing its best, everyone is involved. The Little Tigers have had games […]

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The Hightstown East Windsor Youth Organization runs spring flag football leagues for players between the ages of four and 18. Registration is now open for all five leagues, the Freshman Division (for players 4-5 years old as of Aug. 1, 2018), the Sophomore Division (6-8 years old), the Junior Varsity Division (9-11), the Varsity Division […]

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The 48thseason of Dillon Youth Basketball tipped off on Jan. 5 at Dillon Gym. In the Boys 4th/5thGrade Division, Corner House defeated Cross Culture in a competitive game, 29-28. Leone Westrick led the way with 13 points for Corner House, while Raymond McLaughlin chipped away with eight points. Joseph Poller scored 12 points in the loss […]

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RESULTS Princeton U hoops The Princeton University men’s basketball team opened the Ivy League season with a 68-65 overtime victory over Penn last Saturday at Jadwin Gym. Rich Aririguzoh had 20 points to lead four Tigers in double-figure scoring. Devin Cannady scored 12 points, while Myles Stephens sank 11 and Jerome Desrosiers put in 10. […]

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By Bob Nuse Sports Editor   Kris Grundy feels like here has been something special about every team he’s guided in his 14 years as the Montgomery High boys’ basketball coach. But this year’s team has something that none of Grundy’s previous teams have had. This year’s roster contains 11 seniors, which the veteran coach […]

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PPS-PWRESTLE Photo by Bob Nuse / Freshman Aaron Mumford recorded a pin over Marko Guaman in their match at 132 pounds to help the Princeton High wrestling team to a 40-33 victory over Nottingham on Tuesday. By Bob Nuse Sports Editor The Princeton High wrestling team came into the season knowing it was strong in […]

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SAYREVILLE – Two hip-hop artists from Sayreville are preparing for their first show in their hometown. Joe Magliocco, who goes by the stage name Yung Mag$, and Sam Meyer, who goes by the stage name Sammy $tacks, will make their debut at the Starland Ballroom, 570 Jernee Mill Road, Sayreville, as an opening act for […]

If there were such a thing as a gene for historic destiny, Jim Jeffers would have it. As Plainsboro kicked off its celebration of its 100th birthday with the Jan. 17 Centennial Gala at Plainsboro’s Crowne Plaza, Jeffers, a member of the Plainsboro Centennial Planning Committee, acknowledged that Plainsboro is in his DNA. He is celebrating […]

Jim Dessicino, a nationally renowned sculptor with a fleeting presence in Princeton, shaped his words in a way that perfectly reflected my feelings. “I have been in serious shock over the whole thing and am still trying to come to terms with it,” Dessicino said. “The whole thing,” that has Dessicino and myself so bent […]

Five-year-old Ella is too young to enroll in The College of New Jersey (TCNJ), but she has a special relationship with the school. One might say she owes her existence to TCNJ’s Women’s and Gender Studies program. Ella’s “mom” is children’s author Marisa Chiorello, a TCNJ alumna, class of 2015, with a BA in English […]

Local business entrepreneurs and mentors will have a kickoff and website launch of the newly formed Central Jersey Business Organization from 7-9 p.m. on Dec. 21 at Ember Restaurant, 3793 Route 1, South Brunswick.  The CJBO is incorporated exclusively to provide a platform to local businesses to exchange ideas, discuss and resolve their business issues, encourage […]

The Central New Jersey Ballet Theatre (CNJBT) and Bordentown Home for Funerals will showcase a performance of “The Nutcracker” on Dec. 7 at Villa Victoria in Ewing and Dec. 9 at the Carslake Community Center in Bordentown. This will be the CNJBT’s seventh production of “The Nutcracker.” The cast is as follows: Shriya Varma from […]

The Christmas/Hanukkah shopping season inspired me to reach out to David Newton, who managed Palmer Square for more than two decades, to get his take on the retail environment and development opportunities in Princeton.  He presented me with his words of wisdom – plus an extra gift that proved even more enlightening than what I […]

I want to formally announce that Pam Hersh – upon the advice of a recently formed ad hoc exploratory committee – has decided NOT to run for president in 2020. But I reserve the right to change my mind. If I do so, I am contacting Susie Wilson and Barbara Coe, well known in Princeton […]

Two dance celebrations in the past week moved me enormously without physically moving me. I hardly moved in my seat during a Nov. 24 American Repertory Ballet performance of the “Nutcracker”at McCarter Theatre, featuring New York City Ballet soloist and Princeton native Unity Phelan. Then a week later, I just stood and watched in awe […]

By Katie Gaffney, R.D. Making wise food choices and eating the correct portions are key to maintaining good health. But when your eating behaviors and relationship with food interfere with life and normal functioning, it could be a sign of disordered eating or a more dangerous condition – an eating disorder. The Princeton Center for […]

Princeton Councilmember Heather Howard has a bug. She is contagious and has infected her own teenaged son, several Princeton University students, and countless members of the Princeton community, including Pam Hersh. There is no vaccination for this bug – nor would anyone want one, because Heather’s bug strain is an extremely healthy one, known as […]

Sitting on a bench in Nassau Presbyterian Church on Saturday evening Nov. 3 was emotional and surreal for me, an experience that was hard to describe. One might say it was beyond words. It took me a few minutes to absorb the humor, acerbic wit, and stinging political and social commentary coming from the altar […]

Dale Goberdhan, manager of Weichert, Realtors’ Metuchen office, has recognized his office’s top-producing sales associates for their achievements in December. Anne Marie Stotka was the office’s overall top producer, while Fran Torella had the most listing for the month. Maria Goyanes led the office for sales. For more information, visit the office at 640 Middlesex […]

Christopher Anthony, regional vice president of Weichert, Realtors, announced that the Edison sales office and one of its top-producing sales associates have been recognized for outstanding performance in December. The Edison office, which is managed by John Jaramillo, led its Weichert sales region for resale listings during the month. Individually, sales associate Tonyna McGhee from […]

Members of the Weichert, Realtors’ East Brunswick office, donated more than 680 toys for children served by various local organizations, including Catholic Charities’ Naomi’s Way transitional housing, The Zakee Bowser Enrichment Foundation’s Rainbow of Hope program, and Cathedral International Community Development Corp. In addition, a $50 donation was made to Ocean of Love for Children […]

Christopher Anthony, regional vice president of Weichert, Realtors, announced that the Old Bridge office was recognized for exceptional sales success in December. The office, which is managed by Jeffrey Cagide, led its Weichert sales region in resales, resale revenue units and resale dollar volume for the month. The region is comprised of locations throughout Middlesex, […]

The Weichert Family of Companies successfully completed its 40th annual toy drive, collecting more than 13,100 new toys for families and children in need during the 2018 holiday season. In addition, cash and gift cards were collected and donated to various charities, along with food, clothing, diapers and art supplies. The toys were donated to […]

The Weichert Family of Companies successfully completed its 40th annual toy drive, collecting more than 13,100 new toys for families and children in need during the 2018 holiday season. In addition, cash and gift cards were collected and donated to various charities, along with food, clothing, diapers and art supplies. The toys were donated to […]

Friends of Cyrus, a New Jersey-based organization for children and adults with autism and developmental disabilities, held its official open house for its inaugural Children’s ABA Clinic on Jan. 12. The children’s clinic for ages 18 months to 5 years old offers residents of central New Jersey individualized Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services supervised by […]

The Weichert Family of Companies successfully completed its 40th annual toy drive, collecting more than 13,100 new toys for families and children in need this holiday season. In addition, cash and gift cards were collected and donated to various charities, along with food, clothing, diapers and art supplies. The toys were donated to several charities […]

Keller Williams Elite, Realtors has announced agents who are joining the realty firm. Renetta Aikens has rejoined Keller Williams as a full-time licensed New Jersey sales representative with several years of sales experience. Her areas of expertise are Middlesex County and several surrounding communities. Cynthia Perez, an active and successful Realtor for more than 13 […]

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