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“Crystal Cut and Clean” — Former Ballet Star Teaches Master Class at University

Wendy Whelan’s retirement from the New York City Ballet last fall was marked with great fanfare and emotional tributes. In her 28 years with the company, she performed a broad…

Good News in Midst of Pipeline Project As Blumenthals Give Acres for Conservation

For residents of the Princeton Ridge, a major focus of the past few years has been the natural gas pipeline that the Williams Transco company is adding to an existing…

Parking and Budget, Lytle Street Property, Among Council’s Topics

Princeton Council voted on several initiatives at its meeting Monday night, agreeing to adopt a budget for 2015, send out requests for proposals to update the parking system at the…

Inclusive is the Key

At a legislative breakfast today at the Nassau Inn, the Princeton and Trenton YWCA, the organization Not in Our Town, the Princeton Merchants Association and guests including Mayor Liz Lempert,…

New Courses at The Watershed Take a Grown-Up Look at Nature

Offering ecology-based experiences for adults is a regular part of the Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association’s mission. But a new series of courses and field trips geared to grown-ups is designed…

Princeton’s Ash Trees Are Among New Arborist’s Concerns

Since taking over from Greg O’Neil as Princeton’s arborist this past February, Lorraine Konopka has been bracing herself for the arrival of tiny visitors that could alter the town’s landscape.…

Bus Service Between Princeton and Hospital Could Be Eliminated

NJ Transit wants to eliminate bus service between Princeton and the University Medical Center on Route 1 as part of cost-saving measures. The move would also include a hike of…

New Lead on Criminal Suspect

The New Jersey State Police have released a composite of the suspect from the criminal sexual contact that occurred on Friday, April 10, in the area of Franklin Avenue near…

Town to Turn House on Hilltop Drive into a Group Home

At a meeting Monday night, Princeton Council introduced an ordinance that would turn a four-bedroom house on Hilltop Drive into a group residence for developmentally disabled adults. The municipality is…

Architect Michael Graves Eulogized: “Passionate, Optimistic, Talented, Insatiable”

Colleagues, former students, and family of Michael Graves celebrated his life and work Sunday in a three-hour memorial at Princeton University, where the late architect taught for 39 years. Famed…

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