04 Dec 2018

By Anne Levin TOWN TOPICS After 15 years of planning and fundraising, the Princeton First Aid and Rescue Squad (PFARS) broke ground Friday, November 30, for its new headquarters on a site bordered by Valley Road, Witherspoon Street, Route 206, and Cherry Hill Road. The land was...

23 Aug 2018

Emily, Patricia, and Mary Rose Young have forged a path to medical school that has its beginnings at the Princeton First Aid & Rescue Squad.  The road started with Emily, 21, a first year student at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM), and then...

29 Jun 2018

The Princeton First Aid & Rescue Squad has lost two outstanding members as a result of relocation. Catherine Varner-Miceli, a career EMT who has served with the Squad for the past seven years, is moving to Salt Lake City to begin a new adventure with...

14 Jun 2018

The 18 graduating high school seniors in the Princeton First Aid & Rescue Squad’s (PFARS) Cadet Program make up one of the largest groups of students to graduate as full emergency medical technicians (EMTs). All of them are headed for college in coming months....

23 Feb 2018

Published February 22, 2018 in the Princeton Packet By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer There’s something about riding down Nassau Street in an ambulance, with the lights and siren on, that first responder Lana Musa can’t get enough of. “There’s literally nothing better than that,” said Musa, a...

05 Feb 2018

The Princeton First Aid & Rescue Squad has received a $15,000 grant from Bristol-Myers Squibb to provide EMT classes to new volunteers and advanced emergency medical and rescue training for all members. Serving the community since 1939, the Princeton First Aid & Rescue Squad is an independent,...