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DEP to Hold Public Hearing On Pipeline Project Next Month

Area residents concerned about the environmental and safety ramifications of the natural gas pipeline planned for the Princeton Ridge will get another chance to air their views at a public…

Princeton Digs In for Year’s First Storm

Princeton was on high alert Monday as the municipality prepared for a storm that was projected to dump over a foot of snow in the Central New Jersey area and…

After AvalonBay Fire, Lempert and Hughes Call for Code Review

A devastating fire last week at the Avalon at Edgewater, a Bergen County apartment complex owned by the same developer that will build a rental apartment complex on the site…

Princeton Prepares for Blizzard Conditions

Governor Christie declared a state of emergency for New Jersey earlier this afternoon. Travel is expected to be brought to a stand-still from New York City to Portland, Maine, by…

Terra Momo Will Not Operate Restaurant and Cafe in Former Dinky Station

Princeton University and the Terra Momo Group have agreed to discontinue discussions regarding a lease to operate the restaurant and café that are being developed for the University’s arts neighborhood.…

Sustainable Princeton Names 2014 Leadership Winners

A municipal employee, three high school students, a local business and three residents of Princeton have been named winners of Sustainable Princeton’s Leadership Awards. A ceremony honoring the winners will…

WIC Nutrition Education Program Given Extension for Another Year

A county-run program that educates young mothers about nutrition will continue to offer services at Princeton’s municipal building through 2015, thanks to the efforts of the health and human services…

Better Economy Revives Solar Energy Proposal For River Road Landfill

A solar energy project that was stalled due to a shaky economy and a decline in solar renewable energy values may be back on the books. At the Princeton Council…

Substantial Hike in Fees For Trash Pickup Contract

Hauling trash in Princeton this year will cost significantly more than it did last year, and for less trash. An addition of $22.04 per ton will be collected by Central…

Councilwoman to Hear Concerns Tonight About Hospital Demolition

Princeton Councilwoman Jenny Crumiller will meet at 7 p.m. tonight with neighbors of the former Princeton Hospital site, currently under demolition, to hear their concerns about the rerouting of traffic…

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