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NJ American Water Says Chlorine Taste Is Temporary

Princeton and other area residents who may have noticed changes in the taste of their tap water recently should not worry. Any chlorine taste reflects a switch made at the…

As District Runs Out of Snow Days Superintendent Has Weather Eye Open

While they may be a source of joy for school children, snow days are less appreciated by grown ups. It’s pretty safe to say that most Princeton parents and educators…

Judge Maintains $250K Bail at Curran Hearing

A bail hearing for Thomas J. Curran, 55, of Ewing, was held in Mercer County Superior Court, Friday. Superior Court Judge Robert Billmeier maintained bail for Mr. Curran at $250,000…

Residents’ Lawsuit On Hospital Site To Be Heard in Trenton

Barring the predicted paralyzing effects of the latest winter storm, a group of residents who live in the neighborhood of the former Princeton hospital site will be in a Trenton…

Witherspoon/Jackson Residents Share Safety Concerns, View Video Criticizing Hospital Plans

Some 25 residents of Princeton’s Witherspoon/Jackson neighborhood met Saturday at the First Baptist Church of Princeton to address local concerns. The meeting in the church basement was chaired by former…

Snow Rocks Princeton, More on the Way

Round One of a trio of winter storms predicted for this week dumped some eight inches of snow on Princeton Monday, closing schools and many offices and turning roadways into…

Garden Theatre’s Sunday Film Screening Celebrates Princeton’s Own Monuments Men

The new action drama opening this week at the Princeton Garden Theatre holds special interest for a Princeton audience. The Monuments Men, directed by and starring George Clooney, alongside Matt…

Waste Is Focus Of Sustainable Princeton Ideas Breakfast

If Leslie Burger has her way, the unsightly power station behind the Princeton Public Library will be history by 2020. “I’d like it to go away,” said the Library’s director,…

Concerns About Hospital Demolition Inspire Council Vote

At Princeton Council’s meeting Monday night, no action had been expected to be taken during a work session on the developer’s agreement with AvalonBay. But after concerned citizens and some…

5,000 Visitors Expected When Princeton Environmental Film Festival Opens Thursday

The eighth annual Princeton Environmental Film Festival (PEFF) opens this Thursday, January 30 at 7 p.m. with Thin Ice: The Inside Story of Climate Science, a film that was prompted…