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Brooks Brothers, Other Retailers to Open Stores on Palmer Square

The arrival of Brooks Brothers on Palmer Square next fall is not the only change planned for Princeton’s downtown. A women’s accessory store and some shuffling of spaces are also…

Historical Society of Princeton Exhibits Paintings by Rex Gorleigh

School Board Looking for Candidates

Two members of the Board of Education, Township resident Mia Cahill and Borough resident Charles Kalmbach, whose terms are up this year, have chosen not to run for reelection in…

Historic Sites Council Tables Application For Dinky Track Move

After listening to two hours of testimony last week from representatives of NJ Transit, Princeton University, the citizens’ group Save the Dinky, and the public, New Jersey’s Historic Sites Council…

Princeton Future Open Meeting Examines Emergency Management

Coping with storms such as last year’s Hurricane Irene and other emergencies was the focus of an open meeting held at Princeton Public Library last Saturday by Princeton Future. About…

Team Effort Defers Jughandle Test

When the New Jersey Department of Transportation introduced plans last month to temporarily close the Route 1 jughandles at Washington Road and Harrison Street, Princeton business owners were among the…

Board Ratifies Contract, Keeps April Elections, Renames School District

The Princeton Regional Board of Education made three particularly significant decisions at its “special” meeting last Tuesday evening. Board members unanimously approved a contract already ratified by the Princeton Regional…

Cases of Norovirus Appear to be Decreasing on Princeton and Rider Campuses

A recent outbreak of what appears to be norovirus, a gastrointestinal flu, is keeping Princeton and Rider University cleaning crews busy. “Since January 29, we have seen a total of…

Township, Borough Budget Planning Proceeds With Consolidation in Mind

The Borough and Township have agreed to delay investing in capital projects and to postpone equipment purchases until the two municipalities are consolidated, said Township Mayor Chad Goerner at Monday’s…

Transition Task Force Brainstorms Merger

With the naming of Mark Freda as chairman and Steve Sillars as vice-chairman, the Consolidation Transition Task Force is ready to start planning the merging of the two Princetons. The…