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Princeton Acting as One During Storm

Borough and Township police have been acting as a single entity in responding to storm-related conditions. At noon Monday, after consultation with the Borough and Township Police departments and administration,…

Planning Board Review Of AvalonBay Resuming At November 15 Meeting

Hoping to have their say, residents opposed to AvalonBay Communities’ plans for development of the former University Medical Center of Princeton site turned out in force at the Thursday, October…

Residents Asked to Double-Check Voting Sites As Princeton Prepares to Vote as One Community

Princeton Borough and Princeton Township will vote as a consolidated municipality in the General Election on Tuesday, November 6. Polls will be open from 6 a.m. until 8 p.m. Residents…

Free Trash Pick-Up for All in January

“As of January 1, we will be collecting refuse in both communities,” said Borough Administrator Bob Bruschi at a joint meeting of Borough Council and Township Committee on Monday evening.…

Arts and Transit Hearing To Continue Next Week At Planning Board

Princeton University’s controversial arts and transit proposal was the topic of the Regional Planning Board’s meeting on October 18. This was round one of the discussion, which will continue on…

UMCP’s Last Hurrah: Giant Weekend Sale, Everything Must Go

When the University Medical Center at Princeton moved from its longtime home on Witherspoon Street to new headquarters in Plainsboro last May, thousands of items were left behind. This inventory…

Admitting Problems, DOT Ends “Experiment”

Two weeks short of the projected finish date, New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials responded to the growing chorus of complaints from motorists stuck on ancillary roads, and from…

Residents Share Concerns At Borough Council Forum On Land Use Laws

At a public forum focused on a pending Assembly bill that would exempt private colleges and universities from municipal land use laws, panelists warned that passage could set a precedent…

Hour-Long Debate Gives Candidates Chance to Talk About Their Strengths

Residents of Princeton had two debates to watch last Thursday evening, and timing was all. Before tuning in to see the 9 p.m. vice presidential debate, many people headed over…

Borough Council Introduces Historic District Ordinance

Princeton Borough Council’s unanimous vote October 2 to introduce an ordinance creating the Morven tract historic district comes after more than six years of efforts in support by one segment…