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AvalonBay Agreement To Be The Focus Of Council Meeting

As developer AvalonBay has begun cleaning out the inside of the former Princeton Hospital building in preparation for tearing it down, neighborhood residents concerned about the environmental effects of that…

Princeton Police Work With Area Departments To Investigate Recent Rash of Burglaries

The Princeton Police Department is working with other area police departments with respect to a “rash” of burglaries in Princeton. So far there have been six burglaries and one attempted…

No Tax Increase in Proposed 2014 Budget

The introduction of the 2014 municipal budget and a proposed plan to relocate the headquarters of Princeton First Aid and Rescue Squad (PFARS) dominated the agenda at Princeton Council’s meeting…

Police Department Accredited by State After Lengthy Process

As expected, the Princeton Police Department (PPD) received accreditation from the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police (NJSACOP) Thursday, March 20. The Princeton Police Department was visited by…

Real Estate Market Is Healthy Say Professionals on Panel

Residential and commercial real estate in Princeton has recovered, for the most part, from the economic downturn of a few years ago. This upswing in activity was the theme of…

Drexel Meningitis Death Linked to Princeton

A Drexel University student who died Monday, March 10, was in “close contact” with students at Princeton University the week before she died.  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention…

Police Release Post-Consolidation Crime Stats Report

The Princeton Police Department’s (PPD) 2013 Report, its first since consolidation, reveals Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) crime statistics for Princeton that are 72 percent lower than the state average for…

Neighbors Say 7-Eleven Should Not Stay Open Twenty-Four/Seven

Residents of the neighborhood surrounding the former West Coast Video store on East Nassau Street gathered at the Chestnut Street firehouse last week to hear about plans for a 7-Eleven…

Council Tables Vote on Developer’s Agreement

A resolution to approve a developer’s agreement for AvalonBay’s plan to build rental units on the former Princeton Hospital site was tabled by Princeton Council Monday. At a meeting, the…

West Coast Video Site Is Now a Possibility For Post Office Move

Palmer Square Management has decided not to lease a storefront on Hulfish Street to the Princeton post office, as previously planned. But the branch, a presence on Palmer Square since…