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Covering Hamilton and Robbinsville townships in-depth for The Trentonian. I can be reached at (609) 989-7800 ext. 207 or (609) 468-6962. Email me at or follow me @awisefool.

Monday, March 25, 2013

From the Times: Politicking, parades and Princeton cops and schools

It seems like the Times was busy over the weekend. Below you'll find links to a couple of stories that were pretty interesting.

State Sen. Richard Codey to speak at campaign kick-off for Hamilton council candidate

Supporters of Democratic Hamilton council candidate Dan Keelan will hold a fundraiser for him on April 1. State Sen. and former acting governor Richard Codey will give a keynote speech.

Photos: Robbinsville's 4th annual St. Patrick's Day Parade

The fourth annual Robbinsville St. Patrick's Day Parade was held today under sunny skies in the township.
The parade kicked off at 1 p.m. at the Foxmoor Shopping Center.

Princeton cop to get $87,500 in whistleblower suit settlement

Princeton has agreed to pay out $87,500 to a veteran police officer who alleged he was fired by the former Princeton Borough police department for investing allegations of wrongdoing against another officer in 2008.

Princeton Superintendent Judith Wilson is eligible for up to $60K payout at retirement

Superintendent Judith Wilson will retire in December, allowing her to avoid a salary cut required by the state cap on superintendent pay, and could take home a benefits package worth nearly $60,000 in unused sick and vacation time in addition to an annual pension of about $144,000 a year.


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