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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…

The Peacock Inn Steps In to Help After the Death of a Staffer’s Child

Ever since The Peacock Inn on Bayard Lane re-opened four years ago, Suzanne Waller has been a server at the boutique hotel and restaurant. Her colleagues were shocked and saddened…

West Windsor Man, Child, Seriously Injured by Car On Washington Road

On October 18, at 3:03 p.m., a motor vehicle accident with injury occurred on Washington Road south of the Carnegie Lake Bridge. A vehicle driven by a 28-year-old male from…

TCNJ Picture Book Artists Exhibition Opens Today

The College of New Jersey’s (TCNJ) fall exhibition from October 22 through December 14, “Visual Voyage: Exploring the Media and Styles of Award Winning Children’s Book Illustrators,” showcases more than…

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…

Tutu, Goodman to Speak At “Seal the Deal” Event

The Coalition for Peace Action (CFPA) will present its 35th Annual Conference and Interfaith Service for Peace, titled, “Seal the Deal on the Iran Nuclear Issue” on Sunday November 9…

Emergency Response Team At Public Library Sessions

Robert Gregory, director of Princeton’s Office of Emergency Management, will give an hour-long overview of the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program being developed in Princeton on Thursday, October 30,…

Senior Center Conference On Technology and Aging

The Princeton Senior Resource Center will hold its tenth annual fall conference on Saturday, November 1, theme “Technology and Aging Independently.” The event will be held at the Suzanne Patterson…

Merchants Consider Possible Parking Options

When the Spring Street Garage next to Princeton Public Library opened a decade ago, the technology used for payment was considered state-of-the-art. But not for long. “We were at the…

New Group Hopes To Clarify District/PREA Positions

Prompted by the repeated failure of the Princeton Regional Education Association (PREA) and the Princeton Public Schools Board of Education (BOE) to negotiate a new contract for Princeton’s teachers and…

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