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Neighbors Hear Plan to Turn Masonic Lodge Into Apartment Building With Rental Units

Is there a market in Princeton for rental apartments within walking distance of the center of town for people of modest income who want low rents and access to all…

DEP to Hold Public Hearing On Pipeline Project Next Month

Area residents concerned about the environmental and safety ramifications of the natural gas pipeline planned for the Princeton Ridge will get another chance to air their views at a public…

Temple Grandin Visits PDS And Speaks to Upper School

Princeton Day School welcomed Temple Grandin to campus on Wednesday, January 21. Ms. Grandin is Professor of Animal Science at Colorado State University, an animal researcher, a bestselling author and…

Opening Today

An exhibition of iconic Civil Rights-era images by photographer Danny Lyon opens today at the Art Gallery on The College of New Jersey campus at 2000 Pennington Road in Ewing.…

A Moment of Silence

Members of the Princeton Police Department stood alongside family and friends of slain Princeton Police Officer Walter B. Harris Sunday, January 25, as the municipality and community observed a solemn…

Status of Airports, Trains, Schools and Other Services

Airlines across the northeast have cancelled nearly 5,200 flights. All schools in Mercer County have announced early dismissals as of Monday, January 26. All after school activities have been canceled.…

Princeton Prepares for Blizzard Conditions

Governor Christie declared a state of emergency for New Jersey earlier this afternoon. Travel is expected to be brought to a stand-still from New York City to Portland, Maine, by…

Terra Momo Will Not Operate Restaurant and Cafe in Former Dinky Station

Princeton University and the Terra Momo Group have agreed to discontinue discussions regarding a lease to operate the restaurant and café that are being developed for the University’s arts neighborhood.…

Sustainable Princeton Names 2014 Leadership Winners

A municipal employee, three high school students, a local business and three residents of Princeton have been named winners of Sustainable Princeton’s Leadership Awards. A ceremony honoring the winners will…

After Almost 70 Years, Princeton Police Will Dedicate Memorial to Slain Officer

The Princeton Police Department will hold a dedication ceremony for a memorial honoring Walter B. Harris on Sunday, January 25, at 1 p.m. The event is scheduled to take place…