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Battlefield Society Will Appeal “Illegal Do-Over”

The Princeton Battlefield Area Preservation Society (PBS) is preparing to file an appeal of the Delaware and Raritan Canal Commission’s approval of the Institute for Advanced Study’s plans to build…

Thursday’s Budget Workshop Pertinent To Contract Talks

Princeton Board of Education (BOE) will hold its annual budget workshop in the Valley Road Administration Building Thursday, March 12, at 7 p.m. The public meeting, which is not routinely…

Vote on Purchase of Lytle Street House Is Postponed by Council After Protests

A vote to approve an ordinance that would allow Princeton to purchase a property in the Witherspoon/Jackson neighborhood and expand the adjacent Mary Moss Park was tabled by Council Monday…

Animal Control Officer Suspended

Princeton’s Animal Control Officer Mark Johnson has been suspended as of Monday, February 23, the same day on which charges brought by Mr. Johnson against Littlebrook Road resident Edward Linky…

Advocates of Cycling Weigh Council’s Decision To Table Bike Ordinance

Princeton Council’s vote last week to table an ordinance that would replace street parking on Hamilton Avenue with bike lanes on both sides was met with relief by some, particularly…

DEP Hears Citizens’ Concerns About Pipeline

At a public meeting held by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Monday night, several residents of the Princeton Ridge and experts hired by the citizens’ group Princeton…

AvalonBay Volunteers To Improve Standards For Fire Safety

AvalonBay, the developer of 280 units planned for the former Princeton Hospital site, announced last week that it has voluntarily upgraded its fire protection systems for the Princeton complex as…

D&R Canal Commission Votes Again, This Time Approves IAS Housing Plan

The Delaware and Raritan Canal Commission (DRCC) has effectively reversed the decision it made last month on the Institute for Advanced Study’s plan for faculty housing. The Commission approved the…

Scheide Donation Is Largest in University’s History

William Hurd Scheide, the Princeton philanthropist, bibliophile, and musicologist who died at age 100 last November, has left his collection of some 2,500 rare books and manuscripts to his alma…

PennEast Pipeline To Have Lasting Impact, Study Claims

The proposed PennEast pipeline that will cross the Sourlands region into Mercer County will have lasting economic impact during and after its construction, according to a study released last week.…