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N.J. nanny who abused infant and broke her leg has been found guilty
The Somerset County Prosecutor's Office announced Friday that Laura Gonzalez, 39, of Paramus, had been found guilty.
Trump says he 'won't let' social media target conservatives
Apple, YouTube and Spotify have permanently removed some of his content, Facebook has suspended him for 30 days and removed some of his pages, while Twitter has given Jones a weeklong timeout and is mulling deeper changes to try to limit the spread of fake news, misinformation and hate speech.
Racist Stickers Spotted In Princeton: Report
Stickers promoting theNew Jersey European Heritage Associationwere seen on a lamppost on the corner of Nassau Street and Harrison Street, Planet Princeton reports. The stickers proclaim "Reclaim Your Nation! Reclaim Your Heritage!"
Princeton Photo Workshop: Composition-on-Location Philadelphia City Hall - Planet Princeton
City Hall is the largest municipal building, boasting “the most comprehensive sculptural decoration of any American building”. The exterior is covered with “exuberant”sculpture representing the seasons and continents, allegorical figures, heads and masks. The group will begin with a discussion of ca
Art of Collecting Party - Planet Princeton
Join Rago Auctions on August 18 for the “Art of Collecting” party. This is your chance to preview the fantastic 19th, 20th, and 21st-century art + design going up for sale in the final unreserved auction of 2018, held on August 24th, 25th and 26th. Mingle with other collectors while you enjoy presen
1 of 2 missing Freehold teens found in New Brunswick
Jocelyn Zaveckas, 15, was located at 8 p.m. by Rutgers University police, Freehold Township police said Friday morning. Her 16-year-old friend, Kayla Destefano, is still missing, but police think she is the New Brunswick area.
Trump military parade plans unravel over costs | WTOP
President Donald Trump salutes on his arrival on Air Force One at Morristown Municipal Airport in Morristown, N.J., Friday, Aug. 17, 2018, en route to Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
Free summer nature programs for kids at the Tulpehaking Nature Center - Planet Princeton
Summer weekends at theTulpehaking Nature Centerare held each Saturday and Sunday from June 2 through Aug. 26. There ware seven different programs to choose from, including activities such as fishing, gardening, guided nature walks, nature games and more. Programs are free and registration is not re
Baby found dead in bassinet in Trenton
TRENTON >> Homicided detectives are investigating the sudden death of a 3-month-old infant who was found dead in his bassinet Friday morning inside an apartment at the city’s Kingsbury Twin Towers, cops said.No charges have been filed against anyone in the case. And it’s unclear at this point whethe
2nd Heroin Arrest At Popular East Brunswick Strip Mall
EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ — Two young women from Morganville and Marlboro were found shooting up suspected heroin in the parking lot of the Windsor Park Mall in late July, East Brunswick police said. This is a small shopping complex off Rt. 18 in East Brunswick and is pictured above.
Trump at Hamptons fundraiser hosted by hot dog magnate
BRIDGEWATER, N.J. (AP) - President Donald Trump headlined a closed-door fundraiser Friday at the Hamptons, New York, home of one of his closest friends, the chairman of the iconic Nathan's Famous hot dog business.
HiTOPS Youth Groups - Planet Princeton
HiTOPS, Inc at 21 Wiggins Street hosts 1st and 3rd Youth Groups. A safe space for LGBTQ+ youth and their allies, this group meets on the first and third Saturdays of every month from 1 to 3 p.m. in the HiTOPS Teen Center.
L.A. Parker: An afternoon search for mattresses in Trenton finds 93
Secondly, significant scores were expected in areas blitzed by generational poverty and the city’s indifference to people living on the brink of nothingness. People eventually don’t give a (expletive) if they witness enough crime, violence and deterioration of property and souls.
Hillsborough: Franklin teen charged following attempted home invasion, cops say
Jhamir Hoagland, 18, has been charged with unlawful possession of a weapon, possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, burglary, hindering apprehension, criminal mischief and trespass, Somerset County Prosecutor Michael Robertson said. Hoagland is in the in the Somerset County Jail pending a d
Jamesburg Home Was Heroin Den, Prosecutor Says
JAMESBURG, NJ — A pair of Jamesburg brothers allegedly ran a large-scale heroin operation out of their home, the Middlesex County prosecutor announced Wednesday night.
Trenton's first openly gay mayor an early backer of medical marijuana, marriage equality
As a New Jersey lawmaker, Reed Gusciora led battles to legalize gay marriage and medical marijuana long before the two causes won popular approval across the country. In 2012, Gov. Christie singled him out for ridicule before following through on a threat to veto the Democratic assemblyman’s hard-f
Executive director of Arts Council of Princeton resigns - Planet Princeton
Taneshia Nash Laird, the executive director of the Arts Council of Princeton for less than two years, has resigned. She will leave the organization at the end of August.
Police release stills of alleged getaway car in Warren bank robbery
WARREN TWP. -TD Bank on Mountain Boulevard was robbed on Saturday, Aug. 11, and police are seeking the public's assistance in identifying a man wanted in connection to the robbery.The robbery occurred at about 2:15 p.m. Saturday, according to a joint press release issued Tuesday bySomerset County Pr
1 caught, 1 sought in attempted Central Jersey home invasion
One of the two men whoattempted to break into a house in Hillsboroughearly Thursday while the residents were inside was later arrested when he was found in the neighborhood with wet, muddy clothes and an injured wrist, authorities said.
PRINCETON: MacConnell, Ettin living their dream at Princeton
“I think I knew at a pretty young age, but I didn’t probably understand how realistic it might be until I was going to college,” MacConnell said. “I thought about playing soccer in college and I think it hit me then that I missed basketball and wanted to coach basketball. I ended up being the studen