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Judge Rules in Favor of AvalonBay In Lawsuit Filed by Residents

A lawsuit filed by a citizens’ group seeking to block AvalonBay’s plan for a rental community on the site of the former Princeton Hospital has been dismissed. On Tuesday, Mercer…

Frontier Airlines Thriving At Trenton/Mercer Airport

In November of 2012, there were no commercial airplanes flying in and out of Trenton/Mercer Airport. By June of this year, the small airfield off Interstate 95 in Ewing Township…

Cold Comfort

Members of the Princeton Day School boys’ hockey team celebrate after defeating Morristown-Beard 4-3 last week in the state Prep championship game at McGraw Rink. It was the first outright…

PHS Musicians Sweep the Awards At National High School Jazz Festival

Princeton High School’s jazz ensembles are used to winning awards. The nearly 150 students who participate in the school’s band program have been recognized over the years at the Berklee…

PU Students Working With Inmates Are Teaching, and Learning Too

Prison reform is no easy matter. Prisons are overcrowded and understaffed. When it comes to education, described by Cornel West as “probably the best thing we can do for people…

Free Tax Assistance In Mercer County Sites

Many sites throughout Mercer County will offer free income tax preparation assistance to help residents prepare and file their 2013 taxes. Service is offered at most sites from early February…

Maple Sugaring, Insects Focus of Watershed Events

Families and young children can take part in two upcoming events at the Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association. “Insects in Winter for Preschoolers” is Tuesday, February 25 at 10 a.m. and…

Reading the Mind of Winter

This Battle Road snow man is fed up. Enough is enough. Even his favorite poem, “The Snow Man” by Wallace Stevens, can’t say it. Anyway, he’s never understood going from…

Historical Society to Leave Bainbridge House For a Permanent Home at Updike Farmstead

Bainbridge House, the Nassau Street home of the Historical Society of Princeton (HSP) since 1967, will be vacated by the organization by the end of next year. The HSP made…

NROTC to Return to Princeton After More Than Four Decades

After more than four decades of absence, the United States Navy will return to the Princeton campus this fall. A new crosstown agreement between the Navy, Rutgers, and Princeton, will…