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Browning Desks, Tea Kettle on Display In Firestone Library, Rare Books Dept.

Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s love story is one of the most famous in 19th century literature. Elizabeth Barrett (1806-1861), one of the most prominent English poets of the Victorian…

Princeton’s New Schools Superintendent Wants to “Hit the Ground Listening”

When Stephen C. Cochrane was appointed Superintendent of Princeton Public Schools (PPS), members of the Princeton School Board described him as “a rising star” in education. He was their unanimous…

IAS Amends Plans For Faculty Housing After DRCC Ruling

The Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) has amended its plans for faculty housing on land adjacent to the Princeton Battlefield in response to a January 15 ruling by the Delaware…

Exhibition of Portraits by Micah Williams Opens With Reception at Morven, Thursday

Morven Museum and Garden will launch it’s newest exhibition, “Micah Williams: Portrait Artist,” with a public reception on Thursday, April 10, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The exhibition draws upon…

After 25 Years at Trinity Counseling Peter K. Stimpson Is Set to Retire

The Rev. Peter Stimpson will retire after a quarter century as executive director of the Trinity Counseling Service (TCS) in Princeton. His successor Dr. Whitney Ross will take up her…

A Standing Ovation As Council Appoints Police Chief Sutter

The Princeton Police Department has a new chief. Capt. Nicholas K.Sutter was promoted to the position Monday night after a unanimous vote by Mayor Liz Lempert and members of the…

Officers in Blue

One half of the meeting room at Witherspoon Hall was filled with members of the Princeton Police Department as Acting Police Chief Nicholas K. Sutter sat before Mayor Liz Lempert…

Princeton Nursery School on Leigh Avenue To Mark 85th Anniversary “Singin’ in the Rain”

The Princeton Nursery School (PNS) at 78 Leigh Avenue is celebrating 85 years of taking care of and educating two-and-a-half- to five-year-olds in the heart of the Witherspoon/Jackson community.  To…

Princeton’s Shade Tree Commission Unveils New Database for Street Trees

What would Princeton be without its trees? The blossoming pear trees on Witherspoon Street signal spring for many residents. Street trees provide shelter and shade that can save homeowners on…

Princeton Police Work With Area Departments To Investigate Recent Rash of Burglaries

The Princeton Police Department is working with other area police departments with respect to a “rash” of burglaries in Princeton. So far there have been six burglaries and one attempted…

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