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Council Unanimously Approves Developer’s Agreement

In a unanimous vote Monday night, Princeton Council approved a revised agreement with developer AvalonBay that will allow demolition of the former Princeton Hospital building to begin, possibly as early…

Princeton Health Officer Cautions Residents After Rabid Bats Found

Princeton’s Health Officer Jeffrey C. Grosser is warning residents, especially those in the Linden Lane area, to keep a safe distance if they discover bats inside their homes and to…

Ridge Coalition Will Fight FERC Decision on Pipeline

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s opinion that the Williams/Transco company’s proposed pipeline project on the Princeton Ridge doesn’t pose major safety or environmental issues has members of a local citizens’…

Battlefield Society To Conduct Survey With Park Service Grant

The Princeton Battlefield Area Preservation Society, known for short as the Princeton Battlefield Society (PBS), has received a grant of $47,100 from the National Park Service’s American Battlefield Protection Program…

New “Access Princeton” Program Aims to Simplify Customer Service

A week after its soft launch at Community Night Out, a new program aimed at streamlining how the municipality deals with non-emergency issues is catching on slowly but steadily with…

New Ordinance Would Ban Fracking

Princeton Council could well become the first municipality in Mercer County to ban hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking” as it is commonly known. The controversial process extracts natural gas by pumping…

Officers’ Attorney: Dudeck Lawsuit Still Going Forward

In spite of media reports that the lawsuit brought by seven current and former members of Princeton Police Department against former Police Chief David J. Dudeck, the Princeton Police Department,…

Save the Dinky Suffers Two More Setbacks in Station Relocation Fight

Citizens opposed to the move of Princeton’s Dinky train station as part of Princeton University’s Arts & Transit project were dealt two blows last week. On July 24, a petition…

Council Tackles Crowded Agenda

A packed agenda of controversial issues drew a large crowd to Princeton Council’s meeting on Monday night. Many showed up to comment on four topics explored in work sessions: The…

Princeton is First To Push Legislation On Political Corruption

When Princeton Council approved a resolution July 14 in support of tough, new anti-corruption laws transforming how elections in this country are financed and how lobbyists influence the political process,…