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Breaking News: Demolition Now Pushed to Monday

Princeton officials have moved the date for starting demolition of the former Princeton Hospital site to Monday, September 22. Originally targeted for today (Friday), the razing will begin with the…

BREAKING NEWS: TD Bank Robber Captured by Police

Yesterday afternoon, Princeton police announced the capture of Wesley A. Gugliuzza, a 28-year-old homeless man charged with the TD Bank robbery that occurred on Monday, September 15, in the bank…

Fund That Aids Latino Immigrants Celebrates Progress of a Decade

For a growing number of Latino immigrants in Princeton, Trenton, and other parts of Mercer County, the Latin American Legal Defense and Education Fund (LALDEF) has provided much-needed assistance in…

ARB Ballet Company’s “Our Town” Has Many Princeton Connections

Nineteen years ago, American Repertory Ballet (ARB) debuted the ballet Our Town, based on the play by Thornton Wilder that won the playwright a Pulitzer Prize in 1938. Choreographed by…

Groups File Criticisms Of Federal Assessment For Pipeline Project

Area citizen and environmental groups and local legislators have submitted comments criticizing the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s assessment of the pipeline project proposed for an environmentally sensitive stretch of the…

Hospital Demolition Could Begin Friday

Those who live and work in the vicinity of the former Princeton Hospital site are growing used to the sounds of crushing concrete and rumbling trucks as workers prepare the…

BREAKING NEWS: Dalai Lama Coming to Princeton

A public talk by the Dalai Lama, the Tibetan spiritual leader, will take place October 28 at 9:30 a.m. at Jadwin Gymnasium on the Princeton University campus. Tickets will be…

Council OKs Salary Increase, Lempert Casts Deciding Vote

Thanks to a stalemate-breaking vote by Mayor Liz Lempert, Princeton Council Monday night approved a resolution to raise the governing body’s salaries. The controversial issue had Patrick Simon, Jo Butler,…

Resolution for Task Force On Affordable Housing Approved by Council

A resolution to establish an affordable housing task force to consider development of properties on Clearview and Franklin Avenues was passed by Princeton Council at its meeting Monday night, but…

University to Vote On Revising Standards About Sexual Misconduct

At its first meeting of the school year on Monday, September 15, the faculty at Princeton University is expected to vote on revised policies regarding the way it handles allegations…

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