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Princeton Perspectives Series: The View From Mount Lucas Road

In recent weeks, Town Topics has focused on Princeton’s commitment to Affordable Housing, with a “Princeton Perspectives” series of articles focused on diverse socioeconomic lifestyles and living options in the…

Pennington’s Silva Gallery Hosts Solo Show by McIndoe

Hopewell artist Ken McIndoe will exhibit his work, in a solo exhibition entitled “Paintings,” at The Pennington School’s Silva Gallery of Art. The exhibition opens on September 3 and continues…

Adventurous Princeton Resident Spends Semester in Patagonia

For the past four months, Lizzie Price, 22, who graduated Princeton High School in 2009, has been working on a research project focused on a population of Rhesus monkeys on…

Date Set for Mulvey, Lawn Signs Theft Hearing in Princeton

A pre-trial hearing for Princeton University Professor John Mulvey, 67, who was arrested last month and charged with the theft of business signs advertising Princeton Computer Tutor services, has been…

BREAKING NEWS: HiTOPS Seeks Volunteers

HiTops is looking for volunteer traffic cyclists as well as volunteers for other positions in anticipation of the Princeton Half Marathon that is scheduled to take place on November 2…

BREAKING NEWS: Arts Council of Princeton Launches New and Improved Website

The Arts Council of Princeton’s new website design is interactive, filled with colorful photographs, and reflects a commitment to the organization’s mission of “building community through the arts.” New features…

All In A Day’s Work: Bob Bruschi

When Bob Bruschi went off to college in Ohio, he was so homesick for Princeton that his parents had an issue of Town Topics mailed to him weekly. It seems…

Princeton Health Officer Cautions Residents After Rabid Bats Found

Princeton’s Health Officer Jeffrey C. Grosser is warning residents, especially those in the Linden Lane area, to keep a safe distance if they discover bats inside their homes and to…

Teachers Will Begin School Year With No New Contract in Place

When Princeton Public Schools open this fall, teachers will be working under their “old” contract, which expired at the end of June. Negotiations that would put a new contract in…

Now You See It

The former Princeton Hospital building has finally been scheduled for demolition. Thanks to the approval Monday night of a controversial developer’s agreement, AvalonBay will begin to take down the buildings…

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