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Princeton, New Jersey is located in Mercer County. Zip codes in Princeton, NJ include 08540, 08543, and 08542. The median home price in Princeton is $975,000 which is roughly $411/per square foot. More Princeton information.

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16 hrs ago | Star News Group

Bay Head gets new principal

The Bay Head Board of Education approved the hiring of Frank Camardo during its meeting on Monday.

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Thu Aug 28, 2014

The Jersey Journal

Albright: About 'Newsboy,' Morven, Nabisco and Morro Castle

Photo taken in Oct. 2013 of the Morven Museum and Garden, which received the New Jersey Historical Commission's Award of Recognition in 2013.

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The Jersey Journal

Meryl Streep to give reading from Philip Roth's 'Everyman' at Princeton University

Actress Meryl Streep will give a reading from Philip Roth's 'Everyman' accompanied by the Takacs String Quartet on Sept.

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The Jersey Journal

Mercer County community news for Aug. 28

String of Pearls invites families with prospective Hebrew School students in grades 1-6 to meet staff and students while school is in session 5-6:15 p.m. Sept.

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CiteULike

Framing Democracy: A Behavioral Approach to Democratic Theory by...

Framing Democracy: A Behavioral Approach to Democratic Theory by Jamie Terence Kelly.

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The Jersey Journal

High-performing freshmen settle into their new lives at TCNJ, Princeton, Rider

While a student at Colts Neck High School, Nicole Gamboa worked hard to distinguish herself enough to get into a good college.

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Pharmaceutical Technology

DPx Holdings Acquires Gallus BioPharmaceuticals

DPx Holdings announced that it has reached a definitive agreement to acquire all shares of Gallus BioPharmaceuticals, LLC, a contract manufacturing company specializing in biologics.

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Wed Aug 27, 2014

TheAlternativePress.com

Local Needy Students Receive Support from Peapack-Gladstone Bank

With the work of preparing for a new school year and a seemingly endless list of things to do, summer's end can be a stressful time of year.

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BroadwayWorld.com

Princeton Symphony Partners with Princeton Public Library for...

On Monday, September 15, at 7 pm, The Princeton Symphony Orchestra and the Princeton Public Library partner to kick off the 2014-2015 PSO Soundtracks Series with "PSO Goes to the Movies: Music from the Inside Out," a cinematic presentation of the magic and mystery of music through the stories, passions, and artistry of the 105 musicians of The ... (more)

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Town Topics

Nomad Pizza Signs a Lease To Open at Shopping Center

The owner of Nomad Pizza, the Hopewell-based eatery specializing in pizza made in wood-fired ovens, has signed a lease to take over the former Amoco gas station at Princeton Shopping Center.

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Town Topics

Bike Map Needs Original Art

Pedestrian and Bike Advisory Committee is looking for original art to be on the cover of a new "Biking in Princeton" map that is being developed.

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Town Topics

Princeton Perspectives Series: The View From Mount Lucas Road

THE VIEW FROM MOUNT LUCAS ROAD: The Vonvorys family at home on their back yard deck in a neighborhood where many smaller homes are being replaced by larger and more expensive homes.

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Town Topics

"First Capital Princeton" Tour Explores Town's Historic Role

Most Princetonians with only a passing knowledge of American history know about the importance of the Battle of Princeton in the Revolutionary War.

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Town Topics

Date Set for Mulvey, Lawn Signs Theft Hearing in Princeton

A pre-trial hearing for Princeton University Professor John Mulvey, 67, who was arrested last month and charged with the theft of business signs advertising Princeton Computer Tutor services, has been scheduled to take place in Princeton Municipal Court on Monday, September 8. The alleged thefts are said to have occurred at various times since June ... (more)

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Tue Aug 26, 2014

NJ.com

AvalonBay set to begin development at former Princeton hospital site

Rendering of AvalonBay development planned for the former site of the University Medical Center of Princeton.

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TheAlternativePress.com

Season's 52 Fresh Grill Coming to Bridgewater

In February 2013, the township council approved a request form the mall to build out on about 10,000 square feet of space that had been previously reserved for an expansion of Bloomingdale's.

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Architect Online

Four Questions Beyond Buildings

The buildings deserve to be torn down, but so do many others in that city. Istanbul suffers from uncontrolled sprawl and is seeing the construction of many such atrocities only slightly further away from the Golden Horn.

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The Jersey Journal

Monitoring system in N.J. helps identify monarch butterflies' decline, winter migration patterns

Butterflies need nectar sources to fuel their life as winged adults. Among backyard plants that will do the job are asters, black-eyed Susans, butterfly bush, cosmos, goldenrods, joe-pye weed, purple coneflowers, sedums, verbenas and yarrows.

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Patch.com

Cancer Support Community to Host Survivorship Program for Cancer Patients

Cancer Support Community Central New Jersey will be hosting three upcoming Cancer Transitions series at three locations for any adult who has completed active treatment for any type of cancer.

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Mon Aug 25, 2014

The Times of Trenton

Study predicts Princeton will see small hike in school enrollment

PRINCETON - School enrollment in this affluent community is expected to rise only modestly over the next five years, and the overall population could increase by only 1,000 residents by 2040, according to a demographic study presented tonight.

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