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Responders to Emergency Honored With Proclamation For Saving Woman’s Life

In an emotional ceremony, Princeton police officers and members of the Princeton First Aid and Rescue Squad (PFARS) were officially recognized Monday evening for saving the life of Barbara Ritz,…

State Funding for Seminary Project Called Into Question by State Legislature

State funding for the Princeton Theological Seminary (PTS) came under scrutiny when lawmakers meeting in Trenton for a budget hearing last week, questioned Secretary of Higher Education Rochelle Hendricks about…

PHS Among N.J.’s Most Challenging High Schools

On the heels of the U.S. News & World Report rankings in which Princeton High School (PHS), listed last year in the top 10 in the state and 196th in…

Plan to Upgrade Kiosk Has Been Put on Hold But Not Abandoned

A plan to refurbish the kiosk at the corner of Nassau and Witherspoon streets has been put on hold at the request of the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce. The…

Extensive Road Work Expected to Start Beginning of July

An extensive roadwork improvement project that has been a decade in the planning has been targeted to begin this summer. Moore Street, Park Place, Vandeventer Avenue and Willow Street are…

District Criticizes State Reports, Rankings

Meeting in public session last week, Tuesday, April 22, the Princeton Public Schools Board of Education responded to a recent report from the New Jersey Department of Education (DOE) as…

Town Releases Documents On Transco Pipeline Project, Citizen Group Is Formed

Ever since it was announced last February, area residents have been voicing concerns about the proposed expansion of the Williams Transco gas pipeline, which would affect more than 30 properties…

AvalonBay Agrees To Hold Public Session On Revised Hospital Site

The public will have a chance to examine plans that AvalonBay has revised for the former Princeton Hospital site at a date that is yet to be determined. The developer,…

Eisgruber Steps Up From Provost to President

After  months of searching, Princeton University’s Board of Trustees has found a new leader to replace outgoing President Shirley M. Tilghman who retires at the end of this academic year.…

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…