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PJS & Rider Start Internship Program

Students from Rider University will work as interns at Princeton Junior School (PJS) under a new program between the school and Rider’s department of teacher education.Under the program, graduate...

Battlefield Loses Another Battle

The war isn’t over, but the Princeton Battlefield Society has lost another round in its fight to keep the Institute for Advanced Study from building faculty housing on land...

WorldWater Becomes Princeton Tech Center’s First Tenant

WorldWater & Solar has had an interesting 12 months. A year ago it looked as if the company was bound for Texas as the result of a $44 million...

Milestones

Deborah Kratzer, 55, on June 10. She worked for more than 20 years at the Trentonian newspaper.Kesner Dufresne, 35, on June 9. He was a Trenton-based financial planner and...

Milestones

DeathsLinda Matecki Campbell, 52, on January 19. She was a manager at Firmenich and traveled often to Geneva on business.Elizabeth Kieran on January 16. She was a data management...

Roma to Buy Troubled Bank

Roma Bank (ROMA), 2300 Route 33, Robbinsville 08691; 609-223-8200; fax, 609-223-8303. Peter Inverso, president. Home page: www.romabank.com.Roma Financial, the holding company for Roma Bank, has agreed to buy troubled...

Planners Approve Institute Housing

Some 230-plus years after the original Battle of Princeton, there’s a new fight brewing at the site of the historical battle.The Princeton Regional Planning Board on March 1 approved...

University and the Eating Clubs Facing Tax Scrutiny

Princeton is preparing to receive thousands of alumni for its reunion weekend starting Thursday, May 28 (see story, page 32). But both Princeton University, and the eating clubs where...

Warehouse Proposed for Hamilton Lot

Hamilton Township officials said developers have applied for a permit to build a 340,000 square-foot warehouse distribution facility and office building on a 33-acre parcel of land at Kuser...

Tax Trimming Landscaper Sentenced

The president of Cali per Farms Nursery LLC, a Belle Mead landscaping business, has been sentenced to nine months of prison and nine more of house arrest by a...

Trending Stories

Mercer’s Voting Machines: Old, Hackable, and Not Going Anywhere

Mercer County’s substandard, easily hackable voting machines were supposed to be replaced in 2008. But they will still be in place for the 2020 election.

The Fall of Icarus