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Final Session on Setting Priorities Is Focus of Princeton Council Meeting

The results of a three-week survey to determine which issues members of local government, staff, and the public would like to see on the Princeton Council’s radar were the topic…

Task Force Discussing Fate of Hospital Site

Princeton residents with suggestions for the future of the former hospital site on Witherspoon Street have one more chance to contribute their suggestions. Thursday at noon, the special task force…

Ringing in the New, Library Board Welcomes Six New Members

Six new members of the Board of Trustees of the Princeton Public Library took their seats as well as their oaths of office at the board’s first meeting of 2013…

Former Boychoir Building to House New Math and Science High School

The American Boychoir School has just moved to the former St. Joseph’s Seminary site on Mapleton Road but its old home at 19 Lambert Drive, just off Rosedale Road, will…

Early Flu Season Has Hospitals Gearing Up

Flu season has arrived early this year but it’s not too late to get vaccinated. That’s the advice of Dr. David Herman, Chief of the Section of Infectious Diseases at…

Task Forces Formed, PU Payment Approved At Council Meeting

Two task forces have been created to help map out the future of two key properties on Witherspoon Street. At its meeting Monday night, the Princeton Council approved the formation…

Union Renews Call For University Officers To Carry Firearms

In the wake of the tragic shootings at a school in Newtown, Connecticut last month, gun control issues have made their way to the Princeton University campus. A petition by…

Princeton Celebrates Historic Consolidation

An overflow crowd of Princeton residents marked New Year’s Day by witnessing history in the town’s Municipal Building. On the official Day One of the merging of Princeton Borough and…

New Council Convenes To Hear Citizens’ Concerns And Advice From CGR

At a January 3 meeting devoted to goal-setting and prioritizing, the new Princeton Council heard from residents about their concerns for consolidated Princeton after listening to a talk about how…

Trash Transition Goes Smoothly, Christmas Tree Discards Build Dunes

Despite a few isolated complaints and occasional glitches, consolidated Princeton’s new program of trash collection has gotten off to a fairly uneventful start. There have been no changes for residents…