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District Negotiations To Continue With Help of State Mediator

Members of the Princeton Public Schools Board of Education (BOE) and representatives of the teacher union, Princeton Regional Education Association (PREA) met face-to-face for the third time in recent weeks…

Bus Service Between Princeton and Hospital Could Be Eliminated

NJ Transit wants to eliminate bus service between Princeton and the University Medical Center on Route 1 as part of cost-saving measures. The move would also include a hike of…

Princeton Alumnus Donates $10 Million for Music Building

An alumnus of Princeton University has donated $10 million for the 23,000-square-foot Music Building that will be part of the arts complex currently under construction near University Place and Alexander…

Due to Financial Woes, Term to End Early For Boychoir Students

Students at the American Boychoir School will finish the academic year earlier than usual due to the school’s precarious financial situation, according to a letter that went out to supporters…

Recent Negotiations, Community Rally Prompt Hope for Contract Resolution

Members of the teachers’s union, Princeton Regional Education Association (PREA), and parent supporters turned out to celebrate Princeton’s “lighthouse district” schools last week just prior to the April 9 session…

Town Topics Moves to New Home in Kingston

Town Topics has moved from its most recent home on Witherspoon Street to the historic Union Line Building in Kingston. “We outgrew our office on Witherspoon Street,” said publisher Lynn…

Ordinance Prohibiting Sale of Tobacco Products To Get Public Hearing

At a meeting of Princeton’s Board of Health on April 21, the public will have an opportunity to comment on an ordinance that would prohibit the sale of tobacco and…

Firestone Acquires Jacques Derrida’s Personal Library

The personal working library of famed deconstructionist philosopher Jacques Derrida (1930-2004) arrived at Princeton University’s Firestone Library just three weeks ago and scholarly blogs and social media sites are already…

Mark Johnson Rejects Town’s Separation Agreement

Princeton’s former Animal Control Officer (ACO) Mark Johnson has formally rejected the separation agreement he was offered by the municipality last month following his suspension in February. Mr. Johnson confirmed…

Former Triangle Club Accountant Pleads Guilty to Theft of $240,000

Thomas John Muza, 56, of Hightstown, appeared before Judge Timothy P. Lydon in Mercer County Superior Court last week. The former Triangle Club accountant, who also served for years as…