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Fallen Borough Officer Honored With Proclamation Decades After His Death

Just after midnight on February 2, 1946, Princeton Borough policeman Walter B. Harris was leaving a social club near his John Street home to get ready for his shift when…

Police Accreditation Team Seeks Public Comment

The Princeton Police Department will undergo the final step in the process of accreditation by the State of New Jersey when it is visited by a team of assessors from…

Canal Commission Rejects Institute’s Faculty Housing Plan

The Delaware and Raritan Canal Commission’s rejection last week of the Institute for Advanced Study’s plan for faculty housing marks “a major, major setback” for the organization, according to the…

Sustainable Princeton Will Honor Ten Local Leaders at Next Week’s PEFF Launch

Next week on the opening night of the Princeton Environmental Film Festival (PEFF), an eclectic group of ten local leaders will be honored by Sustainable Princeton for varied contributions to…

“State of the Art” Hospital Demolition Looming

Princeton Council was given a status report Monday night on preparations to demolish the former Princeton hospital site on Witherspoon Street. At the meeting, which drew several neighborhood residents and…

Arts & Transit Project Poised for Opening Of New Traffic Circle

The next stage of construction for Princeton University’s $330 million Arts & Transit project will begin in two weeks with the opening of the traffic circle at University Place and…

Not Guilty Plea Entered by Maltz In Superior Court at Trenton

Eric D. Maltz pleaded not guilty last week to causing the death of Rabbi James Diamond when his speeding car struck Mr. Diamond and another man on Riverside Drive on…

Miller and Nemeth Join Forces for Council Run

Princeton Council president Bernie Miller and former Princeton Township Committeewoman Sue Nemeth announced Monday that they plan to run together for Council in the June Democratic primary. This means three…

As the Snow Falls, Princeton Council Gets Down to Business

Following a celebration honoring Princeton municipal staff for their efforts during the first year of consolidation, Mayor Liz Lempert and Princeton Council got down to business last Thursday evening at…

After Dismissal of Save the Dinky Suit, Residents Continue to Challenge Move

In late December of last year, a civil suit by the non-profit Save the Dinky (SDKY) group championed by local residents Anne Waldron Neumann, Peter Marks, Rodney Fisk, Walter Neumann,…