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2013: Consolidation Heads a Year of Changes

The biggest story of 2013 unfolded on the first day of the year as Princeton Borough and Township made their consolidation into one community official. A standing-room-only celebration, held in…

Board of Education Votes on Valley Road, Approves Raises

At last week’s meeting of the Princeton Pubic Schools Board of Education, the final meeting of retiring Superintendent Judith A. Wilson’s nine-year tenure, a vote was taken that might seal…

Post Office Sale Being Negotiated, Branch to Move to Hulfish Street

Negotiations with a California-based development company are underway for the sale of Princeton’s post office on Palmer Square. Once the arrangements are completed, the branch will move to a smaller…

Princeton Says Goodbye to Superintendent Wilson

The Princeton Board of Education and the school community gathered in the Learning Commons of the John Witherspoon Middle School, yesterday to say farewell to Superintendent of Schools Judith A.…

Washington to Cross Delaware in Christmas Day Reenactment

This December 25 thousands are expected to gather on both sides of the Delaware River to watch the reenactment of George Washington’s daring 1776 river crossing. Police Lieutenant John Godzieba…

Small World Celebrates 20 Years With Special Events This Sunday

When Small World Coffee opened its doors in Princeton on December 22, 1993, independent coffee houses were just beginning to pop up on the East coast. Founders and co-owners, Jessica…

Rodgers Report: Police, Council “On Right Path”

At a special meeting held last week, Princeton’s Mayor and Council heard from the Rodgers Group, the public safety consulting firm hired this summer to report on the health and…

Employees Honored By Princeton Council For Years of Service

Keeping with what was a tradition in Princeton Township before consolidation, Princeton Council on Monday honored 45 members of its staff for their years on the job. Last to accept…

Artists Are Soon to Be Sought For AvalonBay Public Art Project

When developer AvalonBay offered a revised plan for its rental community on the Witherspoon Street site formerly occupied by Princeton’s hospital, a donation of $70,000 toward the inclusion of public…

McCarter Employee Charged With $100K Theft

McCarter Theatre’s General Manager, Thomas John Muza, has been charged with embezzling more than $100,000 from the Princeton Triangle Club. Called for comment Monday, Tom Miller, on his first day…