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Princeton and Mercer County Officials Advise Emergency Preparedness Now

While local residents enjoy this pleasant fall weather, local officials are thinking ahead to what might be on the horizon. In case you missed it, September was designated Storm Preparedness…

Bruschi to Oversee Police Department

Meeting in public session Monday, the Princeton Council voted on an ordinance that would give statutory “appropriate authority” for civilian oversight of the Princeton Police Department to Princeton Administrator Robert…

Construction Firm Fined Following Canopy Collapse At Former Dinky Station

Just what caused the collapse last week of the overhead canopy at the old Dinky train station remains under investigation. But preliminary results reveal that the accident, during which no…

Sale of Land on Stockton Street Could Expand Battlefield Park

When the Princeton Battlefield Society gathers with the public at Battlefield Park this Saturday for “Revolution at Princeton,” a day of activities commemorating George Washington’s famous victory over the British,…

Council to Vote On Police Oversight Monday

Amid public discontent in response to news of the recent lawsuit brought by seven members of the Princeton Police Department against the department, the municipality, and former police chief David…

Princeton Post Office Placed on the Market, Multiple Bidders Interested

It’s official: The building that has housed the Princeton post office on Palmer Square since 1934 is for sale. A sign advertising the availability of the 11,500-square-foot building on the…

According to Special Committee Diversity Is Lacking at University

When new Princeton University president Christopher L. Eisgruber addresses the University community at his official installation ceremony this Sunday, the topic of diversity is certain to be part of his…

Officers Sue Town, Police, and Former Chief

Princeton Administrator Robert W. Bruschi, confirmed on Friday that seven Princeton Police Department officers have filed a lawsuit against the Princeton Police Department, the municipality of Princeton, and former Police…

9-11 Memorial Site “In a Holding Pattern” Says Man Behind Effort

While 9-11 remembrance ceremonies are being held today at locations throughout the area, one tribute to the tragic events of that day in 2001 remains on hold. Princeton Deputy Fire…

Appropriate Authority Ordinance Amended, Council Decides to Try Streamlined Minutes

A discussion of how meeting minutes are reported and the ongoing question of who should be appointed appropriate authority over the town’s police department dominated the meeting of Princeton Council…