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University to Vote On Revising Standards About Sexual Misconduct

At its first meeting of the school year on Monday, September 15, the faculty at Princeton University is expected to vote on revised policies regarding the way it handles allegations…

AvalonBay to Hear Neighbors’ Concerns

At a meeting tonight, September 3, residents of the neighborhood surrounding the former Princeton Hospital property will have a last chance to voice their concerns about demolition of the old…

Community Service Is Focus for Freshmen Before Classes Begin

When classes begin at Princeton University on Wednesday, September 10, a sizable chunk of the freshman class will have already learned about life beyond the leafy campus and surrounding idyllic…

Not In Our Town’s Post-Rally Discussion Promotes Dialogue on Racism in Princeton

People are talking in Ferguson. They are talking in Chicago. And they are talking in Princeton. After the August 24 rally protesting the fatal shooting by a white police officer…

Police Hire First Two Officers Since Consolidation

Princeton Council Monday night approved the hiring of two police officers, marking the first addition to the Princeton Police Department since the former Borough and Township consolidated in January 2013.…

Date Set for Mulvey, Lawn Signs Theft Hearing in Princeton

A pre-trial hearing for Princeton University Professor John Mulvey, 67, who was arrested last month and charged with the theft of business signs advertising Princeton Computer Tutor services, has been…

Nomad Pizza Signs a Lease To Open at Shopping Center

The owner of Nomad Pizza, the Hopewell-based eatery specializing in pizza made in wood-fired ovens, has signed a lease to take over the former Amoco gas station at Princeton Shopping…

Council Unanimously Approves Developer’s Agreement

In a unanimous vote Monday night, Princeton Council approved a revised agreement with developer AvalonBay that will allow demolition of the former Princeton Hospital building to begin, possibly as early…

Princeton Health Officer Cautions Residents After Rabid Bats Found

Princeton’s Health Officer Jeffrey C. Grosser is warning residents, especially those in the Linden Lane area, to keep a safe distance if they discover bats inside their homes and to…

Ridge Coalition Will Fight FERC Decision on Pipeline

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s opinion that the Williams/Transco company’s proposed pipeline project on the Princeton Ridge doesn’t pose major safety or environmental issues has members of a local citizens’…