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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…

Noise Levels Acceptable at Hospital Site But Things May Be About to Get Louder

As the former Princeton Hospital building is steadily dismantled, officials are keeping a close eye С or ear С on decibel levels. AvalonBay, the developer building a rental complex on…

Snyderman Apologizes for Quarantine Breach

Princeton resident and NBC News Chief Medical Editor and Correspondent Dr. Nancy Snyderman, 62, issued an apology Monday via a statement read during the NBC Nightly News broadcast by Anchorman…

Council Approves Audit, Discusses “Leaving Leaves”

While concerns about the town’s handling of possible exposure to the Ebola virus (see accompanying story) dominated Monday night’s meeting of Princeton Council, there was additional business on the agenda.…

Princeton Upped to Silver By Sustainable New Jersey

Diane Landis was in a meeting with Mayor Liz Lempert Monday when the good news came through in an email: Princeton has been awarded silver level certification by Sustainable Jersey,…

Teacher Contract Negotiations Heat Up

Representatives of both the teachers’ union, Princeton Regional Education Association (PREA) and the Princeton Public Schools Board of Education (BOE) failed to reach agreement when they met for a “bargaining…

Nancy Snyderman Quarantined After Crew Member Contracts Ebola

Princeton resident and NBC News Chief Medical Editor and Correspondent Dr. Nancy Snyderman had to be flown back from Liberia where she had been reporting on the Ebola outbreak in…

Two Major Gifts For Morven Museum To Bolster Endowment

Morven Museum & Garden has received two major grants designed to help strengthen the organization’s endowment. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has donated $1 million, half of which must be…

Council Approves Appointment of Municipal Administrator

Princeton has a new municipal administrator. At a special meeting Monday night, the town’s Council unanimously approved the appointment of Marc D. Dashield, who replaces longtime staffer Bob Bruschi and…

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