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Ralph Nader To Be Honored With First Princeton AlumniCorps Award

Reunions Weekend gets off to a spirited start Thursday evening when activist Ralph Nader is presented with the inaugural Princeton AlumniCorps Award for Civic Engagement. The honor is to be…

The 10-cent Bag Fee Would Put McCaffrey’s At a Significant Competitive Disadvantage

To the Editor: This August, McCaffrey’s Food Markets will celebrate our 23rd year as a member of the Princeton Community! Throughout these years, we’ve focused on providing excellent service, superb…

Princeton Council Wastes Taxpayers’ Money on “Sidewalk to Nowhere”

To the Editor: When will Princeton Council members realize that when they make decisions behind closed doors, against the wishes of residents, that they will always face opposition! A majority…

Reminding Democrats That Primary Election Is Next Tuesday, June 2

To the Editor: June 2 is the primary election, and I am writing to urge Democrats to vote for Heather Howard and Lance Liverman, two strong Council candidates running for re-election.…

PHS Addition At Odds With Historic Building Exterior and Neighborhood

To the Editor: Your headline “School Expansion Worries Neighbors” caught my eye. Although I don’t take sides regarding the proposed expansion of PRISMS, I have very strong opinions when it…

Obituaries 5/27/15

Leslie Spruill Jr. Leslie Spruill Jr., 83, a long-time resident of Columbia, North Carolina and Princeton, New Jersey departed this life on May 17, 2015. Leslie was raised in Alligator,…

Rabies Poses Risks For Pets and People

The Princeton Health Department wants to remind residents that rabies infected wildlife continues to pose a risk to people and pets. Rabies is almost always 100 percent fatal once a…

Police Statement On Recent Series Of Recorded Threats

Following the May 19 incident in which Princeton Police responded to a residence on Jefferson Road concerning a computerized threat made against its occupants, the department released the statement printed…

UMCP Hosts Cancer Survivors Day

On June 7, the University Medical Center of Princeton (UMCP) will host a special celebration dedicated to those who have survived cancer. Vince Papale, a survivor who became a member…

Princeton Architecture Firm Wins AIA Merit Award

The New Jersey chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA-NJ) has recognized ikon.5 Architects of Princeton with a merit award in the built open category in recognition of its…

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