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Lempert Letter To DCA Chief Recommends Fire and Building Code Changes

Princeton Mayor Liz Lempert has sent a letter to Department of Community Affairs Commissioner Richard Constable outlining recommendations for changes to the current code for multi-family housing, with the goal…

With Rodgers Relishing Senior Night, Part Two No. 14 PU Women’s Hoops Tops Brown, Now 27-0

While celebrating Senior Night is a once-in-lifetime experience for most college basketball players, Alex Rodgers has felt those emotions twice in her career with the Princeton University women’s basketball team.…

No. 10 PU Men’s Lax Tops Hopkins in OT Thriller, 3-0 Tigers Primed for Next Test at No. 9 Maryland

Chris Bates has sensed a blue collar mentality around his Princeton University men’s lacrosse team this season. “They have been taking a workmanlike approach, bringing their lunch pail every day,”…

With Sophomore Star Hompe Catching Fire, No. 9 PU Women’s Lax Produces 3-0 Start

After not scoring a goal for the Princeton University women’s lacrosse in its season-opening 10-8 win over Loyola on February 21, Olivia Hompe didn’t waste any time finding her shooting…

Tiger Women’s Hockey Falls in ECACH Playoffs But Proud of Resilience Displayed Over the Winter

It didn’t take long this season for Jeff Kampersal to realize that his Princeton University women’s hockey team possessed a reservoir of character. “We do battle, this is a resilient…

Miers Ends PHS Wrestling Career With 33-3 Season, Leaving Legacy as One of Program’s Top Performers

As a grade schooler, Thomas Miers set his sights on becoming a basketball star. But when it became clear that he was not destined for stardom on the hardwood, he…

With Spirited 3rd Period Rally Falling Short, PHS Boys’ Hockey Loses in State Opener

Trailing eighth-seeded Middletown South 4-2 heading into the third period in the opening round of the state Public B boys’ hockey tournament, 25th-seeded Princeton High wasn’t about to go out…

Ending Turnaround Campaign on a High Note, PHS Girls’ Hockey Wins WIHLMA ‘B’ Bracket

A major goal for the Princeton High girls’ hockey team this winter was to play hard until the final buzzer of the season. Wrapping up the season at the WIHLMA…

PDS Senior Goalie Alden Comes Full Circle As Panther Girls’ Hockey Wraps Up Campaign

Katie Alden began playing organized hockey in the fourth grade at the McGraw Rink on the campus of Princeton Day School when she joined the Nassau Hockey League in 2006.…

McCarter Theatre Center Proud to Host Americans With Disabilities Panel, Event

To the Editor: On behalf of the Board and staff of McCarter Theatre Center, I would like to thank the panelists and our local non-profit groups’ colleagues who participated in…

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