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4 Unlocked Vehicles Burglarized In 1 Night In Princeton
PRINCETON, NJ — Four unlocked vehicles were burglarized overnight from Dec. 10 to Dec. 11 in Princeton, according to the Princeton Police blotter. On Dec. 11 at 12:11 p.m.: A 200 block of Winant Road resident reports that on Dec. 10 at about 11:30 p.m., he parked his black 2018 Lexus, in his drivewa
What we lost with the new Princeton parking meter system
Being a merchant is difficult. Being a merchant in Princeton is extra difficult. The town council, mayor, and administrator’s office can’t possibly spend any time in town. The new parking debacle is an affront to our merchants and citizens. It’s frightening that our leadership made significant inves
Free Parking For Princeton Holiday Shoppers
PRINCETON, NJ — It's the last week before Christmas and if you plan to shop locally in Princeton, you may want to take advantage of the free holiday parking. Princeton is offering free two-hour parking in the green 2-hour zones on the following dates:
This Is The Cheapest Condo For Sale In Princeton
PRINCETON, NJ — This home is currently the least expensive condo for sale in Princeton. Address: 31 Billie Ellis Ln, Princeton, New Jersey. Features: Wonderful opportunity to live in Princeton and own your home for less than a rental. This condo is being offered to income eligible buyers through the
Princeton police blotter: Phone and email scams, car burglaries, thefts
Two vehicles parked in a driveway on Farrand Road were burglarized some time between the evening of Dec. 10 and the morning of Dec. 11. Various electronic items were stolen. The items are valued at $1,025.
People: Beth Chaim rabbi to retire in January
Rabbis who are approaching the end of their seventh decade of life rarely need to learn new skills. But early next year, Eric Wisnia will have to adapt to a life that does not revolve around being the leader a local synagogue.
Princeton: 5 Newest Homes To Hit The Market
PRINCETON, NJ — Looking for a new home nearby, but getting tired of seeing the same old property listings every time you search online? You've come to the right place! To save you some time, we here at Patch have compiled a fresh batch of new listings nearby.
Police seek public's assistance identifying suspects in New Jersey burglary
EVESHAM TOWNSHIP, N.J. (KYW Newsradio) -- A smash and grab robbery at a mini market has police in Burlington County looking for suspects. Evesham Township Police say officers showed up at the Pantry 1 Food Market, on West Marlton Pike last Friday, after an alarm was set off.
NJ Weather: Storm Expected To Disrupt Holiday Travel This Week
A strong storm is expected to disrupt holiday travel in New Jersey this week, forecasters say. The National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather outlook for a storm that forecasters say is supposed to resemble a nor'easter, packing strong winds and heavy rains that could cause flooding.
Solutions 12/14: Princeton on track for greater sustainability
Sustainable Princeton (SP), which is led by Molly Jones and Christine Symington, but also with Jenny Ludmer and Ellen Malavsky, has been doing a lot to help make our town more sustainable.
Beyond Einstein: Physicists find surprising connections in the cosmos
Albert Einstein’s desk can still be found on the second floor of Princeton’s physics department. Positioned in front of a floor-to-ceiling blackboard covered with equations, the desk seems to embody the spirit of the frizzy-haired genius as he asks the department’s current occupants, “So, have you s
2nd man guilty in slaying of man found in burning car
A jury convicted a Trenton man last week of murder and related crimes for the 2014 shooting death of a man firefighters found in a burning car in East Trenton. The jury returned guilty verdicts against Calier Samad, 31, for felony murder, robbery, possession of a firearm for an unlawful purpose and
School Bond Referendum Passes, Man Hit By Train: Top News Of Week
PRINCETON, NJ — It's been a busy second week of December and staying on top of all the local news can be tough. No worries, we have put together the top stories of the week for Princeton.
Tree Trimming Work To Be Conducted Tuesday
PRINCETON, NJ — Tree trimming work is scheduled to take place on Tuesday on Alexander Street in Princeton, police reported. The road will be closed from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. between Canal Pointe Blvd in West Windsor and Faculty Road in Princeton.
Bosley And Eddy Are Princeton's Pets Of The Week
PRINCETON, NJ — Meet Bosley and Eddy! They have been chosen as Princeton Patch's Pets Of The Week. "I am nominating my dog Bosley and my cat Eddy as Princeton Pet(s) of the week. Proving peace is possible even between potential enemies."
Freshman Looking for the Perelman Quadrangle Ends Up in Princeton, New Jersey
In recent news, frequent Penn donor Ronald O. Perelman has donated 65 million dollars to Princeton University. This generous donation will go towards Princeton’s first new residential hall in over 15 years.
Princeton Local Among 3Arrested For DWI
PRINCETON, NJ — A Princeton local was among three to be arrested for driving while intoxicated in the town, according to the police blotter. On Dec. 1 at 11:35 p.m.: Subsequent to a motor vehicle stop on Armour Road for failure to maintain a lane, Steven Gecha, 64, of Princeton was arrested for driv
NJDOT will host public information session on Alexander Road Bridge replacement project this Tuesday
The New Jersey Department of Transportation will host a public information session from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 19, to review plans for replacing the Alexander Road Bridge over the Delaware and Raritan Canal. The bridge is located within the Delaware and Raritan Canal Historic District, the Cam
NJ marijuana legalization: Cops still lack tools to police stoned driving
A prominent police chief is calling for help. Is anyone in Trenton listening?. John Zebrowksi is a police chief who’s trying to sound the alarm as New Jersey lurches closer to legalizing recreational marijuana.
'Operation Drive Thru': 8-month probe leads to 5 arrests, $400K in drugs seized in NJ
TRENTON, N.J. (WTXF) - An eight-month investigation in Newark has yielded several arrests in what authorities are calling a major drug ring. Among the drugs seized on Wednesday in several raids were more than 111,000 bags of heroin valued at more than $330,000, plus cocaine and crack cocaine worth m