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PHS Students Learn About Making Choices Where Harmful Chemicals Are Concerned

Monroe Township rheumatologist Aly Cohen has spent a lot of time researching the effects of environmental chemical exposure. Delivering talks on her findings about toxic chemicals used in everyday life,…

Nominations Sought for Sustainable Leadership Awards

Sustainable Princeton and the Princeton Environmental Commission (PEC) are seeking nominations of local leaders who have embodied sustainable behavior and action in the workplace, at school, in the government and…

School Board and Teachers Negotiate With Help of State-Appointed Mediator

Representatives of the teachers’ union, Princeton Regional Education Association (PREA) and the Princeton Public Schools Board of Education (BOE) got down to business when they met with state-appointed mediator Kathy…

Dressed for the Holidays

The 2014 holiday season at Drumthwacket will showcase New Jersey’s vibrant cultural arts community with help from The Garden Club of New Jersey, New Jersey Ballet Company, New Jersey Symphony…

Director Robbert Dijkgraaf Invites Rush Holt to IAS

U.S. Representative Rush Holt has been appointed a Director’s Visitor at the Institute for Advanced Study through March 1. Director’s Visitors are scholars from a variety of fields who are…

Shining Light on Womanspace

Lawrenceville School junior Jake Zabaleta lights a Womanspace luminary in front of Chambers Walk on Route 206 in Lawrenceville in support of the 13th annual Womanspace Communities of Light, the…

Get Your Greenery

Members of Princeton’s Boy Scout Troop 43, shown here with Santa, are holding their annual Christmas Tree and Wreath sale behind the Nassau Inn. The sale runs Mondays through Wednesdays…

Coach USA Bus Crashes on Route 27

At 7:12 a.m. on Tuesday, a Coach USA Suburban bus traveling north on Route 27 crashed into a tree just north of Carnegie Drive. According to the Princeton Police Department,…

Ordinance Adopted By Princeton Council Restricting Business Hours

Princeton Council has unanimously adopted an ordinance mandating that businesses near residential neighborhoods close their doors between 2 and 5 a.m. The vote at Monday night’s special meeting came after…

Food Service Workers Strike, To Negotiate With Nutri-Serve

Twenty food service workers at Princeton Pubic Schools (PPS) went on strike last Thursday to highlight their dispute with Nutri-Serve Food Management, the company hired by the school district in…

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