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Residents Are Wary Of Proposed Pipeline On Princeton Ridge

At a presentation by the company that wants to install a new natural gas pipeline through a section of the Princeton Ridge, residents of the area voiced concerns about potential…

Pine Barrens Still Need Protecting Say Preservationists, Governors

At a panel discussion Sunday, March 3, Pulitzer-Prize-winning author John McPhee sat down with two former governors of New Jersey, and preservation activists to discuss The Pine Barrens: The Past,…

“No Dearth of Ideas” on DOT’s Route 1 Concept

A concept plan being floated by the New Jersey Department of Transportation to ease traffic congestion on Route 1 has residents from both sides of the highway eager to comment…

New Survey Asks What Do You Expect Of Princeton Police?

If policemen come to your door in the coming weeks, there’s nothing to worry about. They are simply looking for your ideas. The door-to-door visits are part of a new…

Citizens Comment at Council Meeting On AvalonBay’s Appeal of Board Decision

At a meeting of Princeton Council on Monday, February 25, several opponents of developer AvalonBay’s housing plan for the former Princeton Hospital site voiced their opinions of an appeal filed…

DOT Presents Concept to Ease Route 1 Congestion

When Princeton Council’s Traffic and Transportation Committee meets next Monday to discuss the latest concept that the New Jersey Department of Transportation has released regarding traffic woes on Route 1,…

Mayor Cory Booker Urges JWMS Students To Make a Difference

Newark Mayor Cory Booker spoke to the eighth grade assembly at John Witherspoon Middle School Tuesday as part of a school-wide celebration of community, student service, and kindness. Mayor Booker…

Former Mayor Dick Woodbridge Calls For Municipal Action On Valley Road Building

“Use it or lose it or give it to someone else who will use it,” says Dick Woodbridge, former mayor of Princeton Township, in reference to the oldest part of…

Rejection of AvalonBay Plan Made Official

At its meeting on February 7, Princeton’s Planning Board officially memorialized its December 19, 2012 rejection of developer AvalonBay’s proposal for an apartment building at the former location of the…

Alexander Street Houses Headed for Wrecking Ball Unless a Buyer Steps Up

Princeton has a history of moving buildings from one location to another. Since the mid-19th century, as the town and its institutions have grown, stately houses, modest workers’ cottages, estate…