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Mayor Urges Sign Up for Affordable Care, Help Offered Through Princeton Hospital

At last week’s Affordable Care Act (ACA) information session held in the Princeton Public Library’s Community Room, local residents were offered free advice on choosing and signing up for medical…

Spring Street Death an Apparent Suicide

The body of a 23-year-old man believed to have jumped to his death from the roof level of the Spring Street Parking Garage was found by a police officer early…

Sale of Hospital Site Completed, Citizens Object to Recent Ruling

The sale of the former Princeton Hospital building to Avalon Princeton LLC, the developer with plans for a rental complex at the Witherspoon site, has closed, Princeton HealthCare System announced…

7-Eleven Representatives To Meet With Residents About Bratman Property

At a meeting March 13 at the Chestnut Street Firehouse, residents of the “tree streets” neighborhood will have a chance to hear from representatives of 7-Eleven, the company that wants…

Police Will Not Enforce Immigration Laws

Officers of the Princeton Police Department (PPD) received training last week on how to handle immigration status with respect to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) laws.  “This is an…

Princeton Parks Oversight Will Be Responsibilty Of Recreation Department

Following more than a year of planning, maintenance of Princeton’s parks is being consolidated under the Town’s Recreation Department, it was announced at the Princeton Council meeting Monday night. Shifting…

Princeton Future Takes Aim At Traffic and Transit Issues

What does the future hold for Princeton? Chances are, if we don’t take steps now, the answer could well be more time waiting in traffic and pedestrians jostling for space…

Short Salt Supply Is Among Cleanup Concerns

Between the mountains of plowed snow, the potholes that have made roads an obstacle course, and the icy patches on streets and sidewalks, Princeton residents have had just about enough…

NJ American Water Says Chlorine Taste Is Temporary

Princeton and other area residents who may have noticed changes in the taste of their tap water recently should not worry. Any chlorine taste reflects a switch made at the…

As District Runs Out of Snow Days Superintendent Has Weather Eye Open

While they may be a source of joy for school children, snow days are less appreciated by grown ups. It’s pretty safe to say that most Princeton parents and educators…