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Public Invited to Witherspoon-Jackson Neighborhood Meeting Saturday

Members of the Witherspoon-Jackson Neighborhood are asking members of the public to join them on Saturday, May 30, from 9:30 a.m. at the  First Baptist Church of Princeton at the…

Works by Van Nesse Greene At Doylestown’s Gratz Gallery

The Gratz Gallery & Conservation Studio, at its new location, 5230 Silo Hill Road in Doylestown, is pleased to announce “Albert Van Nesse Greene (1887-1971) Impressions of Life,” an exhibition…

All In A Day’s Work: Elisa Neira

Since coming to Princeton two years ago to become executive director of the municipality’s office of human services, Elisa Neira has been putting her bilingual skills to good use. Originally…

No Teacher Contract as District Approves Terms With Administrators, Support Staff

The Princeton Public School’s Board of Education approved new three-year contracts with two of the district’s three employee associations at a special meeting in the Valley Road administration building May…

Princeton Public Library Acknowledged for Innovation

Princeton Public Library has received the 2015 Innovation Award from the New Jersey State Library Association for January’s popular how-to festival, “65 Things at 65 Witherspoon.” The daylong program, during…

Patrick Ryan’s New Art Space, Gallery 353, Will Feature Local and Regional Artists

A new art gallery opens in Princeton this Friday, May 22, with an exhibition of oil paintings by Heather Sturt Haaga. Ms. Haaga is well-known in Princeton as both a…

Victoria Gebert Named 2015 Presidential Scholar of the Arts

Graduating Princeton High School (PHS) senior Victoria Gebert will have much to celebrate this year on her 18th birthday. She’ll be one of 141 young scholars across the country being…

Body Cameras on Wish List For Department, Says Chief Sutter

With all of the discussions regarding policing now going on in the world-at-large, Town Topics called upon Police Chief Nick Sutter to share his thoughts on such issues as the…

Paul E. Sigmund IV Pleads Guilty to Drug and Motor Vehicle Charges

Paul E. Sigmund IV, 49, son of the late Princeton Borough Mayor Barbara Boggs Sigmund, pleaded guilty Tuesday, May 12, to a drug charge and two motor vehicle offenses. He…

Arts Council and HomeFront Student Show at D&R Greenway

D&R Greenway welcomes the public to “All Eyes on Nature,” an exhibition of innovative works by ArtsExchange students of the Arts Council of Princeton, through HomeFront. Dynamic images of nature…

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