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The former Princeton Hospital building has finally been scheduled for demolition. Thanks to the approval Monday night of a controversial developer’s agreement, AvalonBay will begin to take down the buildings…

BREAKING NEWS: Preseason Training

The Princeton University fall sports teams are starting preseason practice later this week. The Town Topics will be running profiles of Tiger football star Anthony Gaffney along with PU field…

BREAKING NEWS: Princeton University Issues Ebola Travel Advisory on Ebola

Princeton University students and staff are being advised to contact university medical personnel if they recently have been in parts of West Africa and have developed a fever, one of…

BREAKING NEWS: IAS Professor Emeritus Awarded Chern Medal

Phillip Griffiths, Professor Emeritus in the School of Mathematics at the Institute for Advanced Study, has been awarded the Chern Medal by the International Mathematical Union (IMU) at the International Congress of Mathematicians, in Seoul,…

BREAKING NEWS: Princeton Mathematician Awarded Medal

Manjul Bhargava, the Brandon Fradd Class of 1983 Professor of Mathematics at Princeton University, has been awarded the Fields Medal for influential mathematicians under 40. The honor is in recognition…

BREAKING NEWS: Preseason Training

The Princeton High fall sports teams are starting preseason training this week. Squads from the Hun School, Princeton Day School, and Stuart Country Day School will be getting underway during…

BREAKING NEWS: Another Pipeline Project?

As residents of the Princeton Ridge deal with the planned addition to the Williams/Transco company pipeline, another natural gas pipeline project is being proposed for an area of Hopewell Township.…

Karen Andrade-Mims and Bethany Andrade At Home in Their Griggs Farm Condominium

Bethany Andrade won’t have far to go when it comes to moving into the one-bedroom apartment for which she has just signed a contract with First Choice Bank. Her new…

Faculty Committee Advises Princeton To Change Grade Deflation Policy

A faculty committee’s report on grading policies at Princeton University recommends that guidelines need to be changed, particularly when it comes to limiting the number of “A” grades a professor…

Jersey Shore Boardwalk Eateries On “The Daily Meal” Best Listing

“Summer’s lease hath all too short a date.” Shakespeare’s line, from Sonnet 18, coupled with unseasonably cool weather for the time of year, is a reminder that Labor Day will…