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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…

Scotland’s Leading Politician to Speak On Wealth and Well-Being This Saturday

The Right Honorable Alex Salmond, First Minister of the Scottish Government in Edinburgh, will speak on “The Wealth and Well-Being of Nations,” this Saturday April 6, at 4 p.m., in…

Superintendent Judy Wilson Announces Retirement

At a meeting of the Princeton Board of Education last Thursday, Judith A. Wilson announced her plans to retire as superintendent of Princeton Public Schools. Ms. Wilson, who has been…

Terra Momo Group Chosen To Run Restaurant and Cafe In Dinky Station Buildings

Terra Momo Group, the Princeton-based operator of five local dining establishments, will run the restaurant and cafe to be located in the buildings currently occupied by the Dinky train station.…

Library Asks Municipality for Budget Increase, Funds for Two-Hour Parking, Capital Projects

Mayor Liz Lempert and members of Princeton Council will meet this Monday, April 1, at 7 p.m. in open session in the Princeton Municipal Building at 400 Witherspoon Street. Among…

Quaker Road Reopening Is in Sight

After nearly six months of work, the bridge over Stony Brook is almost ready for traffic. This means that Quaker Road will reopen to motorists, freeing up another method of…

Princeton Future Launching Database For Problem Solvers

Some 50 Princeton residents turned out Saturday morning for the second of three discussions focused on the town’s future. Organized by the 501c3 non-profit organization Princeton Future, the meeting looked…