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Princeton’s New CERT Program Gets Ready for Hurricane Season

According to the New Jersey Office of Emergency Management (NJOEM) the Atlantic hurricane season lasts from June 1 to November 30. New Jersey’s tropical storm activity is typically between August…

Teachers, District Sign Memo of Agreement

After well over a year of negotiations, the Princeton Public Schools Board of Education (BOE) and the teachers’s union, Princeton Regional Education Association (PREA) issued a statement Thursday announcing a…

Fireworks, Flintlocks, Benjamin Franklin as Princeton Celebrates

Independence Day falls on a Saturday this year and there will be enough history-inspired events to fill the entire day, not to mention a few that take place on the…

Seward Johnson Takes Manhattan With Show of Work in Garment District

If you’ve strolled down Broadway through New York City’s Garment District in recent months you will have observed some intriguing public art on display in the city streets. Donna Dodson…

On National Mosquito Awareness Week, Mercer County Has Control in Hand

It’s that time of year again. Recent rains have not only been good for gardens, they have provided the perfect conditions for mosquitos to breed. This week is National Mosquito…

IAS Housing Plans On Hold Pending Court Ruling

With the end of an archeological survey on the site where it plans to build housing for its faculty, the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS), looked ready to announce preparations…

Interfaith Prayer Vigil for Peace and Racial Justice Wednesday

In response to the recent shooting at a Black Church in Charleston, the Mt. Pisgah AME Church in collaboration with the Princeton Clergy Association and the Coalition for Peace Action,…

Jeff Nathanson Marks Tenth Anniversary As Director of Arts Council of Princeton

When the Arts Council of Princeton (ACP) holds its annual board meeting tomorrow, June 18, there will be much to celebrate, not least of which is a decade’s worth of…

Residents Voice Concerns Over Valley Road Plans

Some 45 local residents and interested users of Valley Road turned out Monday, June 15, for a neighborhood meeting designed to elicit their ideas and concerns with respect to planned…

Tonight’s Save Our Schools Meeting Cancelled

Save Princeton Public Schools, a public advocacy offshoot of Community for Princeton Public Schools, which had planned to hold a public forum tonight, June 15, at 7:30 p.m. in the…

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