Follow Town Topics Online

FacebookTwitterRSSLinkedIn
Home » Archives by category » Anne Levin

Code for Princeton Civic Hackathon Hopefully Will Be the First of Many

You don’t have to be a technology expert to take part in the Code for Princeton Civic Hackathon at Princeton Public Library June 6 and 7. All are welcome —…

John, Alicia Nash Remembered After Fatal Crash

The tragic taxi accident that claimed the lives of John Forbes Nash and Alicia Nash late last Saturday afternoon has inspired shock and sadness in the Princeton community and across…

Politicians Turn Out To Protest Changes Proposed by NJ Transit

Discontinuing the 655 bus line that ferries passengers between Princeton and the University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro on Route 1 would be a disservice to local residents, Mayor…

Boychoir School Needs $1 Million to Open For Another School Year

The American Boychoir School needs an infusion of $1 million and a new, more affordable location in order to stay open. In his latest communication with funders and friends of…

Council Considers Question of Traffic, Safety Issues Caused by Tour Buses

The question of how to handle congestion caused by tour buses on Nassau Street came before Princeton Council in the form of a work session Monday night. A committee made…

School Expansion Worries Neighbors

At a meeting next Wednesday, May 27 at the Princeton International School of Mathematics and Science (PRISMS), residents of Lambert Drive will get a chance to air their concerns about…

Transit Task Force Sees Light Rail In Princeton’s Future

It may be more than a decade away, but commuters could one day have a direct link from Princeton Junction train station in West Windsor up to Nassau Street, where…

Council Urged to Make Waste Management a Priority

At a work session on waste management during a meeting of Princeton Council this past Monday, members of the Princeton Environmental Commission urged members of the governing body to step…

In Ruth Reichl’s Writings, Food Is Always the Star

Ruth Reichl is sometimes asked the question: If you had a superpower, what would it be? For the author, food writer and editor — formerly the restaurant critic at The…

Princeton High School Student To Take Dental Supplies to Peru

For the past 12 years, Princeton High School Spanish teacher Martha Hayden has been taking students on summer trips to her native Peru through the independently sponsored program Creating Ties.…

Page 1 of 58123Next ›Last »