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“We Will Not Stop Until the Threats Stop” Says Sutter of Recent Phoned-in Threats

Threats made in recent weeks to local schools, the University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro, Quaker Bridge Mall, a private business and residence have local law enforcement scrambling to…

John, Alicia Nash Remembered After Fatal Crash

The tragic taxi accident that claimed the lives of John Forbes Nash and Alicia Nash late last Saturday afternoon has inspired shock and sadness in the Princeton community and across…

Politicians Turn Out To Protest Changes Proposed by NJ Transit

Discontinuing the 655 bus line that ferries passengers between Princeton and the University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro on Route 1 would be a disservice to local residents, Mayor…

No Teacher Contract as District Approves Terms With Administrators, Support Staff

The Princeton Public School’s Board of Education approved new three-year contracts with two of the district’s three employee associations at a special meeting in the Valley Road administration building May…

School Expansion Worries Neighbors

At a meeting next Wednesday, May 27 at the Princeton International School of Mathematics and Science (PRISMS), residents of Lambert Drive will get a chance to air their concerns about…

Transit Task Force Sees Light Rail In Princeton’s Future

It may be more than a decade away, but commuters could one day have a direct link from Princeton Junction train station in West Windsor up to Nassau Street, where…

Body Cameras on Wish List For Department, Says Chief Sutter

With all of the discussions regarding policing now going on in the world-at-large, Town Topics called upon Police Chief Nick Sutter to share his thoughts on such issues as the…

Council Weighs In On Overnight Parking

Last July, Princeton Council created a task force to review and help harmonize existing parking ordinances from the former Borough and Township. Prominent on the task force’s list of issues…

American Boychoir School Raises Enough Money To Close Out School Year

After mounting an emergency fundraising campaign, the American Boychoir School (ABS) has exceeded its goal of $350,000 to keep the financially ailing institution open until the end of the current…

Womanspace Barbara Boggs Sigmund Award To Honor Sex Slavery Survivor Minh Dang

Human rights activist, Minh Dang, will receive the 21st annual Barbara Boggs Sigmund Award from Womanspace at a ceremony and reception Thursday, May 14, from 6 to 9 p.m. at…