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Rosenberg Receives Maximum Sentence in Animal Cruelty Case

Michael G. Rosenberg, the former Birch Avenue resident who was charged last year with animal cruelty, was sentenced to five years in state prison for actions that resulted in the…

Mediator Needed for Teachers Contract Negotiations Between District and PREA

Members of the teachers’ union and Princeton Public School Board of Education (BOE) met October 22 for a last ditch attempt to thrash out a new teachers’ contract. It was…

University Welcomes Dalai Lama

Security was tight as His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet visited Princeton University Tuesday. According to University spokesperson Martin Mbugwa, some 4,200 people were in attendance at Jadwin…

Candidates Vying for District Seats Present Their Views to Parents

About 40 parents turned out Monday for a moderated Meet the Candidates panel discussion at John Witherspoon Middle School. They had come to hear the four candidates, Justin Doran, Afsheen…

BREAKING NEWS: Infosys Donates $2 million to Institute for Advanced Study

The Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) today announced a $2 million donation from Infosys, the business technology consulting firm. The funds will support a new endowment fund for visiting scientists…

PU Professor: Charged Dropped In Exchange for Community Service

John Mulvey, the Princeton University professor accused of stealing 21 lawn signs advertising the Princeton Computer Repairs and Tutoring business owned by Ted Horodynsky, has been ordered to perform 120…

New Work by Robert Beck On View in Lambertville

Bucks County artist Robert Beck, whose works are popular among local art collectors, was one of three internationally acclaimed artists to be honored by The Philadelphia Sketch Club at its…

Eli Waller’s Death Prompts County and Municipal Efforts

The office of Mercer County Executive Brian M. Hughes has released a statement offering support and coordination in response to infectious disease outbreaks such as the Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) that…

ALL IN A DAY’S WORK: Princeton Police Officer Shahid Abdul-Karim

Local Princeton Police Officer Shahid Abdul-Karim is well-known in the Princeton community. He grew up at Princeton Community Village (PCV) on Bunn Drive where he is often called upon to…

The Upcoming Open House Will Celebrate Westminster Choir College’s New Building

The Westminster Choir College of Rider University, on Walnut Lane next door to Princeton High School, will treat members of the Princeton community to a look inside its new building…

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