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Police are looking for a crafty thief and his pregnant companion, after the couple escaped detection in a break and enter by claiming the woman was going into labor.
BC Green Pharmaceuticals will establish a work camp in the Princeton Industrial Park to accommodate between 40 and 50 employees who will build its $21.5 million medical marijuana facility.
Every soldier on the fire lines volunteered to come
Princeton's second annual book festival gets started Saturday September 15 with - literally - wonderful opportunities for young people and a special evening reading and panel featuring distinguished authors discussing nature in prose and poetry.
RCMP are seeking the public's help to find a couple who broke into a property on Princeton Summerland Road September 1.
Twelve nominations so far for four council seats, and a three-way race for mayor
A Princeton man was charged Tuesday with aggravated assault, break and enter and robbery, in connection with a home invasion and attack on a 91-year-old man that occurred on Vermilion Avenue May 13.
Grab the marshmallows.
"Our job is to be that second line of support."
The person most present in Nicki McIvor's colorful and busy home is her son, Davy Goulet.
Two days into the nomination period for the October 20 municipal elections there are six people who have filed their papers at town hall.
They were telling him to go back where he came from, and things about letting 'those' people into our country and allowing them to drive on our roads."
If you think being a councillor is rocket science - Neal Dangerfield might get your vote.
We have a mayor's race.
The number of jobs created by BC Green Pharmaceutical's recently announced Princeton medical cannabis plant is likely to double when the facility is completed.
A transport truck driver looking for a short cut attempted to cross Princeton's historic, one-lane, wooden bridge last Friday.
When Princeton volunteer firefighters responded last Thursday to grass and car blazes near the airport, containment and the threat of a spreading wildfire were the only things on their minds.
The Town of Princeton has plans to improve its cemetery, after receiving complaints about dry, brown grass and the facility's overall poor condition.
The bizarre circumstances surrounding the death of a 30-year-old man near the Princeton Airport Thursday are not criminal, according to RCMP detachment commander Chad Parsons.