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Lempert Wins Primary; Will Face Woodbridge In Fall Mayoral Race

Township Deputy Mayor Liz Lempert will be the Democratic nominee for mayor of the municipality that will be created when the Borough and the Township consolidate on January 1, 2013.…

Princeton University Awards Degrees, Tilghman Declares, “We Are Not About to Administer the Last Rites for a Liberal Education”

Princeton University’s 265th Commencement Exercises concluded on Tuesday, June 5 with the awarding of degrees to 1,230 undergraduate members of the Class of 2012, five from other classes, and 832…

Voters in June 5 Election Take Note: Your Polling Place May Have Changed

The primary election next Tuesday, June 5 will mark the first time that Princeton Borough and Princeton Township will vote as a consolidated Princeton. With this historic change comes a…

New Hospital No Longer “Just a Building”

For staff at the University Medical Center at Princeton, moving day last week presented some unique challenges. Among the 110 patients transferred May 22 from the old hospital on Witherspoon…

With New Name, Unexpected Funds, Schools Look Ahead

With summer’s approach, the Princeton Regional Board of Education will begin the task of changing the headings of all of its policies and documents to “Princeton Public Schools,” in accordance…

Residents Ask Hospital to Intervene In Plans for Redevelopment of Site

As the University Medical Center at Princeton vacated Princeton Borough for its new home in Plainsboro this week, residents of the neighborhood surrounding the hospital’s old home on Witherspoon Street…

Governing Bodies Consider Task Force Suggestions; Spar About Facilitator

At a joint meeting on Monday evening, members of Borough Council and Township Committee didn’t argue about the shape of the negotiating table, but they were at odds with each…

UMCP Facility Marks a New Era in Healthcare

Like a proud father, Barry Rabner beamed and shook a lot of hands Tuesday morning. The CEO of the University Medical Center at Princeton had barely slept the night before,…

Guns or Butter? Holt and Others Decry Bill That Would Cut Services

Congressman Rush Holt (D-12) was joined by social service leaders from The Crisis Ministry of Princeton and Trenton, the New Jersey Anti-Hunger Coalition, and the Community FoodBank of New Jersey…

Nicholas Katzenbach Always Called Princeton Home

Reflecting on his father’s history-making “Stand in the Schoolhouse Door” confrontation with Alabama Governor George Wallace in 1963, John Katzenbach recalled how his family referenced the incident in years to…