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Volunteers From Princeton Say They Won’t Abandon Capital City in Crisis

Twenty-nine homicides have been reported this year in Trenton, and it’s only August. Shootings have become an almost daily occurrence. Last Saturday night, police were pelted with rocks and bricks…

Construction Affects Vandeventer, Washington; Temporary Dinky Station to Open August 26

Summer means construction work in Princeton. After recent road works on Dickinson Street, Snowden Lane, and River Road, Vandeventer Avenue was closed starting on Monday from 7 a.m. to 4…

Booker Wins Primary; Holt Wins Princeton

Democrat Cory Booker and Republican Steve Lonegan will be the candidates for the New Jersey U.S. Senate seat vacated by Frank Lautenberg, who died in June. Mr. Booker and Mr.…

John White Joins PTS As Dean of Students

Princeton Theological Seminary (PTS) will welcome the Reverend Dr. John E. White as the new dean of students and vice president for student relations, starting September 1. Mr. White is…

Council Won’t Put Valley Road Question On November Ballot

Last week, Princeton Council declined to put a non-binding referendum question on the November 5 General Election ballot that would ask voters whether a portion of the former Valley Road…

Battlefield Society Appeals Judge’s Decision

The Princeton Battlefield Area Preservation Society, known as The Princeton Battlefield Society (PBS), has filed an appeal of the Princeton Planning Board decision approving the Institute for Advanced Study’s faculty…

New Fee Schedule Adopted by Council For Organics Program

Hoping to attract more households to sign up for the town’s curbside organic waste program, Princeton Council approved a new fee schedule at its meeting on Monday night, allowing the…

New Math and Science School Appoints Former Illinois Secretary of Education

Princeton’s new boarding school, the Princeton International School of Mathematics and Science (PRISMS), is getting ready for the start of its first semester at the site once occupied by the…

Planning Board Approves AvalonBay’s Plan B

In an 8-1 vote, Princeton’s Planning Board approved the revised plan that AvalonBay has proposed for the former site of the University Medical Center at Princeton. While none of the…

Council Discusses Trade Center Memorial For Monument Drive

Details of a plan for a monument to those who died in the September 11 World Trade Center attack were presented to Princeton Council at its July 22 meeting. While…