Princeton: A Week In Review

Sarah Salvadore

PRINCETON, NJ — Miss any headlines in Princeton? Patch's week in review has got you covered for the neighborhood's top news.

Princeton Seeks Volunteers At Upcoming COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

The Princeton Health Department (PHD) is requesting the assistance of medical and non-medical personnel to aid in any of the upcoming COVID-19 vaccine clinics.

Parade Of Over 40 Fire Squads Lights Up Princeton Medical Center More than 40 fire companies and rescue squads from Central Jersey honored staff at Medicine Princeton Medical Center with a parade of fire and rescue trucks.

Princeton Approves Additional Funding For Rental Assistance

The Housing Initiatives of Princeton (HIP) has secured a second round of funding to help township residents facing eviction during the pandemic.

COVID Vaccines Administered To Frontline Workers At RWJ, Hamilton

On Monday morning, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton, began administering the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine to its high-risk, frontline employees.

Princeton Grad, Sister Killed In Crash, Family Sets Up Foundation

An online fundraiser was launched for a Princeton graduate student and her sister, who were killed earlier this month in a car crash as they drove to visit their parents for the holidays.

This article originally appeared on the Princeton Patch