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Imported Vaccine Approved for Meningitis

In response to the meningitis outbreak at Princeton University, students will be offered a vaccine that not been approved for use in the United States or the United Kingdom. The…

Princeton Receives Gold Star in Recent Credit Rating Reports

Princeton has received top ratings from two of the three leading credit rating agencies that publish financial research and analysis on stocks and bonds. The bond credit ratings represent the…

New Study Reveals Tourism Expenditures Are at a New High

Spending on tourism in the Princeton region has climbed to an unprecedented level, according to an economic impact study released Tuesday by the Princeton Regional Convention and Visitor’s Bureau (PRCVB).…

Task Force Tackles Traffic Increase, Dinky

According to the findings of a joint Princeton University and Princeton Municipality task force, which presented a report Saturday at the University’s Carl Fields Center, the approach to town via…

PU Student Hospitalized In Meningitis Outbreak, 7th Case Since March

A Princeton University student is receiving treatment at a local hospital after being diagnosed with meningitis. According to University spokesperson Martin A. Mbugua “the student developed symptoms of acute illness…

Princeton’s Oldest Family Run Businesses Team Up in Support of Historic Morven

Six of Princeton’s oldest, family-run businesses are joining together this holiday season to support Morven Museum & Garden. When shoppers at Landau’s, Kopp’s Cycle Shop, Hulit’s Shoes, Princeton Army Navy,…

Democrats Prevail in Princeton Elections

Incumbents Patrick Simon and Jenny Crumiller were re-elected to Princeton Council in yesterday’s election, while Republican Fausta Rodriguez Wertz, a newcomer to local politics lost her bid for one of…

As P.O. Bidding Closes, New Locations Under Consideration

The deadline for offers to purchase the Palmer Square post office came and went last Friday, and “a number of interested parties” are being considered, according to a spokesman for…

Ravitch Leads Battle to Save Public Schools, Warns of Dangers of Privatization

On the eve of yesterday’s election, education expert Diane Ravitch spoke to a packed auditorium at Princeton High School’s Performing Arts Center on the attacks to public education by so-called…

Council Gives Green Light to Dinky Multi-Meters

Drivers who park at Princeton’s Dinky train station will be the guinea pigs for a two-year pilot program testing a technologically updated payment system that could result in cost savings…