PRINCETON AREA: Police blotter

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PRINCETON AREA: Police blotter

Princeton Township Jonathan Puebla, 26, of Trenton, was issued motor vehicle summonses for driving while suspended and unregistered vehicle on Monday, May 16. While his vehicle was stopped, it was discovered that the driver, Mr. Puebla, had a suspended…

Economics Crash Course: Teens Learn College Education Doesn’t Come Cheap

A new study from Junior Achievement and The Allstate Foundation reveals that teens are feeling the fallout from the recession in a number of ways. Two-thirds of teens are changing their college plans due to the recession: half are working more to pay f…

Positive signs in U.S. recovery

Consumers are saving more and reducing debt, behavior that could lead to a more sustainable economy. Signs of slower growth in the United States, coupled with rising fears over the European debt crisis and other unsettling developments, are fueling con…

Career Hunt Sk

WARNING: Your computer may be infected by a virus. Take preventative action now! While this flashing across your screen may entice you to take action, that is the last thing you should do. By allowing someone to take remote access to your computer, you…

Schools struggle to recover amid years of cuts

The financial crisis hitting many of the nation’s public schools is taking a heavy toll in cities such as Stockton, a blue-collar port city that struggles even in good times. (2 days ago)

Be realistic when refinancing home loan

Here are five ways to increase your chances of getting the best refinance rate. (2 days ago)

Pay-as-you-overdraft may be bank’s next fee

You load up the cart at the supermarket, hit the checkout and your debit card is declined because you’re short on dough. (39 mins ago)

St. John’s in Joplin to Open Temporary 60-Bed Hospital

The owners of the Joplin hospital that was destroyed in Sunday’s tornado say they will have a temporary, 60-bed hospital set up in a vacant parking lot by Sunday. Five patients and one visitor died there Sunday. (3 mins ago)

Brett Arends’ ROI: Look out, stocks are called above intrinsic value

What sort of returns are investors likely to get from stocks from here? That’s the question that comes to mind following the latest intriguing research from Dylan Grice, investment strategist for SG Securities in London. (15 mins ago)

Treasurys prices rise on weaker economic data

Investors sent government bond prices higher Thursday after reports on unemployment claims and first-quarter economic growth reinforced expectations that the economic recovery may be moderating. (7 hours ago)