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PRINCETON — Developers Phil and Ken Reinbrecht confirmed Tuesday that they've listed the Baldwin Heights school property for sale and will drop their plans to develop apartments and single-family homes on the land if the Princeton Common Council won't help them offset higher interest and con…

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PRINCETON — Halfrack Properties LLC, which owns the property where the Princeton IOOF building once stood, is suing the City of Princeton for demolishing the three-story structure without consent.

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PRINCETON — Princeton Fire Territory's board of trustees Monday authorized Fire Chief Mike Pflug to replace four insulated ice suits at a cost of $3,894.

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PRINCETON — Princeton's Common Council conducted a public hearing Monday on a notice of intent to file an application with the USDA for potential funding for wastewater treatment plant improvements.

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PRINCETON — Five of Princeton's seven mayoral primary candidates and three of the 10 city council primary candidates shared some of their goals Saturday morning for seeking office. A common theme from every candidate who spoke was a pledge to show up, and to work together for the community.

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