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PSE&G to inspect gas meters in Ewing, Princeton and Bordentown

PSE&G will be inspecting natural gas meters in Bordentown City, Bordentown Township, Ewing and Princeton to ensure the continued safety and reliability of gas services.

Princeton man arrested for allegedly sharing child pornography

A 24-year-old Princeton man was arrested on Tuesday for sharing child pornography on the internet, Mercer County Prosecutor Angelo J. Onofri reported.

YWCA Princeton announces 2019 Tribute to Women Award honorees

YWCA Princeton has announced the honorees of the 2019 Tribute to Women Awards, who will be recognized at the signature event in March 2019.

Clarke Cottage: cautionary tale or dedicated historic preservation

For some, the continuing story of the Clarke Cottage may be a cautionary tale about the challenges and frustrations of repairing an historic Princeton house — especially when a $2,000 fine is involved.

Is the Dinky best for the Dinky line?

The future of the Dinky is once again in doubt. This is not the first time that some uncertainty has clouded the future of the Dinky. Is there a possible replacement that could actually be better?

Marsha Levin-Rojer creates art between disciplinary lines

Princeton-based artist Marsha Levin-Rojer's exhibit “Music Made Visible: Metaphors of the Ephemeral” is on view at the Bernstein Gallery through January 31.

When class is a literal field trip

A grant is allowing Princeton Montessori School to develop a farm-to-school curricular program that will ultimately be replicated in other school districts.

Parking in Princeton – Will the jury rise?

The court of public opinion has been convened in the matter of the new parking meters on Princeton streets.

Zoning on the Ridge

The Princeton zoning board usually approves, occasionally denies, and once in a while continues an application to a subsequent meeting.

Princeton school referendum OKed

The $27 million school referendum, greatly reduced from the $130 million proposed at one point last year, was approved by voters, 2,186 to 1,613.

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Bordentown singer Jake Sfraga is at home on stage

On Jan. 20, Jake Sfraga will perform at the Light of Day Foundation festival in Asbury Park, where the benefits go towards curing Parkinson’s disease.