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Nothing Keeps Him Off His Bike

It truly is Earth Day every day for Landis Hackett, a senior at Princeton High School. So far, he’s met his personal goal of riding his bike to school every…

In Time of Need Local Resident Finds It Takes a (Princeton Community) Village

Thanks to a program run by the New Jersey Affordable Housing Management Association (JAHMA) in conjunction with American Furniture Rental (AFR), Princeton resident Yvonne Jackson is finally able to enjoy…

“Crystal Cut and Clean” — Former Ballet Star Teaches Master Class at University

Wendy Whelan’s retirement from the New York City Ballet last fall was marked with great fanfare and emotional tributes. In her 28 years with the company, she performed a broad…

Out and About at Communiversity

Witherspoon Media Group (WMG) had a wonderful time at Communiversity 2015 with a booth stationed in front of Landau Princeton. Staff members handed out copies of the Town Topics Newspaper,…

Student Poets Turn Out for Town Topics Poetry Contest

Since Communiversity was held during National Poetry Month, members of the Town Topics team collected poetry submissions from school children attending the town wide celebration last month. Olivia Tague, 8,…

Good News in Midst of Pipeline Project As Blumenthals Give Acres for Conservation

For residents of the Princeton Ridge, a major focus of the past few years has been the natural gas pipeline that the Williams Transco company is adding to an existing…

Riverside School Safe After Phoned Threat, Police Investigating

On April 28, at 10:04 a.m., the Riverside Elementary School received a pre-recorded message that was general in nature and threatened to harm children. The school notified Princeton Police headquarters…

PHS Student Demonstration

Hundreds of students at Princeton High School (PHS) walked out of their classes last Thursday, April 23, in order to demonstrate their support for teachers who have been embroiled in…

Freeman Dyson Launching “Dreams of Earth and Sky”

Professor Emeritus of Physics at the Institute for Advanced Study Freeman Dyson, described as “one science’s most eloquent interpreters” in The New York Times Book Review, will be reading from…

Pavement Painting on Palmer Square

Sidewalk artists enjoying the 45th annual Communiversity ArtsFest Sunday. This week’s Town Talk features comments from a sample of the 40,000 visitors to the Town Meets Gown celebration. Pictures and…

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