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The Peacock Inn Steps In to Help After the Death of a Staffer’s Child

Ever since The Peacock Inn on Bayard Lane re-opened four years ago, Suzanne Waller has been a server at the boutique hotel and restaurant. Her colleagues were shocked and saddened…

Merchants Consider Possible Parking Options

When the Spring Street Garage next to Princeton Public Library opened a decade ago, the technology used for payment was considered state-of-the-art. But not for long. “We were at the…

Noise Levels Acceptable at Hospital Site But Things May Be About to Get Louder

As the former Princeton Hospital building is steadily dismantled, officials are keeping a close eye С or ear С on decibel levels. AvalonBay, the developer building a rental complex on…

BREAKING NEWS: Toni Morrison Papers Now in Princeton University Collection

At a conference held at Princeton University this past weekend, University president Christopher L. Eisgruber announced that the papers of Nobel laureate Toni Morrison, who taught at Princeton for 17…

BREAKING NEWS: Tickets to Dalai Lama Talk Still Available

A limited number of tickets remain for the Dalai Lama’s talk at Princeton University on Tuesday, October 28. The tickets will be made available to the public online from 6…

Council Approves Audit, Discusses “Leaving Leaves”

While concerns about the town’s handling of possible exposure to the Ebola virus (see accompanying story) dominated Monday night’s meeting of Princeton Council, there was additional business on the agenda.…

Princeton Upped to Silver By Sustainable New Jersey

Diane Landis was in a meeting with Mayor Liz Lempert Monday when the good news came through in an email: Princeton has been awarded silver level certification by Sustainable Jersey,…

“Garden State on Your Plate” Program Gets Kids Excited About Local Food

Swiss chard is about to take over Princeton. During the last two weeks of this month, the ruffly green vegetable with a ruby-red spine will appear in storefronts, window displays,…

Residents Balk at $3,000 Escrow In Historic Preservation Ordinance

A draft of an ordinance that would merge historic preservation policies from Princeton’s former Borough and Township was presented to the consolidated town’s Planning Board last week. Preservation proponents who…

Two Major Gifts For Morven Museum To Bolster Endowment

Morven Museum & Garden has received two major grants designed to help strengthen the organization’s endowment. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has donated $1 million, half of which must be…

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