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At Somber Meeting, Council Approves Separation Agreement

In a five-to-one vote, Princeton Council last Thursday approved a severance package for Police Chief David Dudeck. Mr. Dudeck has been on leave since being accused of administrative misconduct by…

Princeton Future Focuses on Planning, Outcomes, How to Get Things Done

Some 40 Princeton residents turned out Saturday morning at the Princeton Public Library for the last of three discussions by the aptly named non-profit Princeton Future.  The grassroots organization, which…

Bombing Prompts Heightened Communiversity Security

The horrific bombings at the Boston Marathon Monday have caused area officials to make plans to beef up security for Communiversity, the festival of town and gown scheduled to take…

Special Council Meeting Could Decide the Fate of Police Chief Dudeck

A special session of Princeton Council to discuss and likely vote on a separation agreement with Police Chief David Dudeck will take place Thursday starting at 5 p.m. A notice…

Montgomery Homeowners Turn Out For Open House On Proposed Pipeline

Residents of Princeton and Montgomery Township pored over maps and examined documents last week at an open house held by the Williams Company, which wants to build a 6.5-mile natural…

Planners Approve AvalonBay Settlement

The Princeton Planning Board’s vote last Thursday to approve a settlement with AvalonBay allows the developer to submit a revised application for building rental units at the site of the…

Police Chief Dudeck Must Retire or Face Misconduct Inquiry

Princeton Council met in closed session Monday, April 8, to discuss the matter of Police Chief David Dudeck, who has not been at his post since February 27 following allegations…

Council Split on Kiosk Question, Votes to Renovate One for Now

Should the two kiosks that have become a fixture on Nassau Street be under the management of the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce or the town of Princeton? At its…

Council Considers Budget, Construction Update

A proposed 2013 budget that demonstrates the savings of consolidation and a timeline for construction of Princeton University’s $300 million Arts and Transit project were the main topics of Princeton…

After Fatal Crash, Friends, Colleagues Recall Rabbi Diamond

Every Friday for the past decade, Rabbi James Diamond and Rabbi David Wolf Silverman studied together at Rabbi Silverman’s home. Though the men were 12 years apart, they shared a…