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Copperwood’s Green Features Are Focus at Its Opening Day

After 10 years of deliberations, environmental considerations, and reconfigurations, Copperwood, the rental community on Bunn Drive, has officially opened. Thirty of the 150 units set among the trees have been…

Rosenberg Receives Maximum Sentence in Animal Cruelty Case

Michael G. Rosenberg, the former Birch Avenue resident who was charged last year with animal cruelty, was sentenced to five years in state prison for actions that resulted in the…

1100 Runners Expected For Hi-TOPS Race Nov. 2

On November 2, starting at 7 a.m. on Paul Robeson Place near Chambers Street (Start/Finish line), Hi-TOPS of Princeton will be sponsoring a half marathon race with over 1100 runners…

“Technology and Aging Independently”: Theme for PSRC Annual Fall Conference

The Princeton Senior Resource Center (PSRC) is one of the true treasures in this lively town. Its many programs, classes, activities, and events ensure that everyone of a certain age…

Mediator Needed for Teachers Contract Negotiations Between District and PREA

Members of the teachers’ union and Princeton Public School Board of Education (BOE) met October 22 for a last ditch attempt to thrash out a new teachers’ contract. It was…

Jane Adriance Exhibition

The Nassau Club at 6 Mercer Street presents an opportunity to view works such as “Parade of Lilies,” shown here, in an exhibition titled, “Color Windows: Paintings by Jane Adriance”…

HomeFront Launches Thanksgiving Drive

Every year at this time, HomeFront, a local nonprofit organization committed to helping local homeless and vulnerable families, begins making sure that these needy families will still have a full…

Wow Factor

Pre-K students in Ms. Vanderburg’s class at Johnson Park Elementary were treated to a seasonally-inspired science lesson by substitute science teacher and Princeton resident Ilene Levine. In the lesson, “Autumn…

BREAKING NEWS: Infosys Donates $2 million to Institute for Advanced Study

The Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) today announced a $2 million donation from Infosys, the business technology consulting firm. The funds will support a new endowment fund for visiting scientists…

PU Professor: Charged Dropped In Exchange for Community Service

John Mulvey, the Princeton University professor accused of stealing 21 lawn signs advertising the Princeton Computer Repairs and Tutoring business owned by Ted Horodynsky, has been ordered to perform 120…

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