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DOT Responds to Route 1 Issues

While acknowledging that there have been some unhappy voices responding to the restriction of left turns on U.S. Route 1 at Washington Road and Harrison Street, the state’s Department of…

Visitors Center For Tourists Is in the Works

Back when Princeton was a small college town and Princeton University football was its biggest draw, game day visitors often bought their tickets at the two kiosks on Nassau Street.…

Complexity of Firestone Renovation Likely to Be “A Saga, Not a Story”

How do you renovate a 430,000 square foot building С most of it underground С without disrupting the essential services it provides to faculty, students, scholars, and others almost every…

Township Discusses Deer, Schools, Transition

At its Monday evening meeting, Township Committee members heard presentations from school Superintendent Judy Wilson and a representative of United Bowhunters of New Jersey, and responded to a question about…

Council and TTF Meetings Are Focused on Fine Points Of Consolidation Process

Updates on municipal office moves and regulations for the newly united police force were the focus of the most recent meeting of Princeton Borough Council. On August 14, the governing…

Broadway Performers Star In Michael Kenwood Concert Benefitting His Family, PFARS

Just before the funeral for Michael Kenwood, the volunteer emergency medical technician who died in the line of duty during Hurricane Irene last August, performers from a theatrical organization with…

New State Law Alters Tenure Guidelines For Teachers in New Jersey Public Schools

A new teacher tenure reform bill recently signed into law by Governor Christie has elicited some guarded responses from stakeholders on both sides of the issue. In order to earn…

Preservation Groups Anticipate Consolidation; No Dramatic Changes Seen

Township Attorney Edwin Schmierer joined the Monday afternoon meeting of the Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) for a workshop addressing the “what will happen?” questions that are probably being asked right…

Lightning Strikes More Than Twice in Princeton

Last Thursday was a first for Emergency Services Director Robert Gregory. After 26 years in the fire service he can’t recall a time when two houses (on Jefferson Road and…

School Board Seeks $10.9 Million for Improvements

A referendum to support proposed school building improvements at a total cost of approximately $10.9 million will be on the ballot for Princeton voters this September 24. If passed, the…