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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…

Princeton Groups Protest Police Brutality

Recent events across the nation involving racial discrimination and police brutality, particularly a New York grand jury’s decision not to indict a police officer in the death of Eric Garner,…

Council Delays Vote On Ordinance Limiting Business Hours

A vote on whether to approve an ordinance restricting business hours for establishments located near residential neighborhoods was postponed at Monday night’s Princeton Council meeting due to the absence of…

Response to Concerns On Hospital Demolition Frustrates Residents

As the demolition of the former Princeton Hospital progresses, so do complaints by residents of the neighborhood about noise, air quality, contaminants, and debris. While members of the municipal staff…

Princeton Eating Club Removes Two Officers

There was more trouble at the Tiger Inn this week as the Princeton University eating club forced two officers to resign following the sending of inappropriate emails to members last…

University Launches Bike Share Program From Dinky Station

Visitors to the new Dinky station will have noticed the covered bike stand at the entrance from the campus side of the platform. A peek inside reveals ten shiny new…

Scheide Eulogized as a Father And Generous Civil Servant

In a memorial service of music, readings, and recollections, Princeton philanthropist William Hurd Scheide was remembered last Saturday not only as a champion of civil rights and a patron of…

Schools’ Food Service Workers May Strike

Food service workers in Princeton’s public schools are threatening to strike, claiming that the new company hired by the district to provide food for students and staff has taken away…

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