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Council Reviews Comments to DCA About Fire Safety

At its meeting Tuesday night, Princeton Council went over a list of suggestions to be sent to the Department of Community Affairs about improving state building and fire codes. A…

Princeton Council Tables Vote on Bike Lanes

After nearly three hours of public testimony from people in favor of a proposal to eliminate parking and create bike lanes on Hamilton Avenue and those opposed, Princeton Council voted…

Wolves Released to Control Deer in Princeton? A Coyote Looking for Food Seems More Likely

April 1 is still some weeks away, but it looked as though it had come early when it was reported in the media that a Trenton City Councilman told his…

Public Hearing on Bike Lane Ordinance May Not Result in a Vote Just Yet

A public hearing regarding an ordinance that would ban parking on Hamilton Avenue to make room for bike lanes was on the agenda for Princeton Council’s meeting at Witherspoon Hall…

PARCC Practice Run

Princeton High School 10th grader Karina Lieb (left) and her mother Mary Sym braved the cold weather Monday night to “Take the PARCC” in the school auditorium. Ms. Liep was…

Google Chairman and Wife Donate $5 Million to Institute

Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Google, Inc. and trustee of the Institute for Advanced Study, and Wendy Schmidt, president of the Schmidt Family Foundation, have donated $5 million to support…

Pickle Car, Anyone?

On Saturday, March 7 at Cotsen Children’s Library in Princeton University’s Firestone Library, children ages three and up can build fantastical vehicles like this one by Richard Scarry, at an…

Library Launches Conversations that Matter

The Princeton Public Library will host its first “Currents: Conversations that Matter” panel discussion, a non-partisan, educational discussion about immigration issues of interest to the Princeton community, from 7 to 9…

Habitat for Humanity Hosts Savory Spices Fundraiser

Habitat Young Leaders and Professionals of Trenton (HYLP) will be hosting a Savory Spices fundraiser to benefit Habitat for Humanity of Trenton on Thursday, February 26, from 6:30 to 8:30…

Muldoon Reading From New Collection at Labyrinth March 4

Pulitzer-prize-winning poet Paul Muldoon will be at Labyrinth Books reading from his new collection One Thousand Things Worth Knowing (Farrar Strauss & Giroux $24) on Wednesday, March 4, at 6 p.m.…

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