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Council Weighs In On Overnight Parking

Last July, Princeton Council created a task force to review and help harmonize existing parking ordinances from the former Borough and Township. Prominent on the task force’s list of issues…

American Boychoir School Raises Enough Money To Close Out School Year

After mounting an emergency fundraising campaign, the American Boychoir School (ABS) has exceeded its goal of $350,000 to keep the financially ailing institution open until the end of the current…

Womanspace Barbara Boggs Sigmund Award To Honor Sex Slavery Survivor Minh Dang

Human rights activist, Minh Dang, will receive the 21st annual Barbara Boggs Sigmund Award from Womanspace at a ceremony and reception Thursday, May 14, from 6 to 9 p.m. at…

District / Teacher Talks Break Down

After months of contract negotiations between the Princeton Public Schools Board of Education (BOE) and the teachers’s union, Princeton Regional Education Association (PREA), both sides failed to reach a long-hoped…

Library Seeks to Raise $1.7 Million For Second Floor Redesign, Upgrade

Princeton Public Library is seeking to raise some $1.7 million for a redesign of the second floor that is estimated to cost approximately $2.9 million. At last month’s meeting of…

Residents Urged to Attend Meeting on Valley Road Work

As part of the municipality’s capital improvement program, Valley Road, between Witherspoon and North Harrison streets, will undergo planned improvements in 2016. The work will be partially funded by a…

Court Allows Challenge to PU’s Tax Exemption

On April 16, in a case that could have significant implications for Princeton University and for local taxpayers, a state appeals court declined to hear an appeal of a lower…

Parking and Budget, Lytle Street Property, Among Council’s Topics

Princeton Council voted on several initiatives at its meeting Monday night, agreeing to adopt a budget for 2015, send out requests for proposals to update the parking system at the…

4th Annual Morven in May’s Line Up Includes U.S’s Most Prominent Basket Maker

Princeton is a place of discovery. Nowhere more so than during Morven in May. Focused on art and artistic creativity both indoors and outdoors, this year’s event will bring a…

Communiversity Town-Gown Celebration Sunday

The Princeton University Marching Band and those madcap Stone Soup Circus people are set to entertain the 40,000 visitors expected to attend this year’s Communiversity on Sunday, April 26. Between…