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Historical Designation Ordinance Moved Forward by Planning Board

Determining that an ordinance to designate Princeton Borough’s Morven Tract neighborhood a historic district is in compliance with Princeton’s master plan, the Regional Planning Board Monday made passage of the…

Spirit of Princeton

Princetonians gathered in thankfully mild weather Monday at the All Wars Monument for the Spirit of Princeton’s Veterans Day observance. The non-partisan community committee bears a name that has special…

Library Becomes “Community’s Living Room,” Offers Haven for Thousands After Storm

As if we didn’t know it already, Princeton Public Library proved, once again, that it is truly this community’s “living room” by serving as a haven for many during Hurricane…

Princeton Deals With the Devastation Wrought By Hurricane Sandy

Noam Chomsky Is Featured Speaker At Coalition’s November 11 Program

MIT Professor Emeritus of Linguistics Noam Chomsky, a speaker, writer, and advocate for peace and justice for over 50 years, will be the featured speaker at “New Paths to Peace,” the…

Voting Around Sandy

The area-wide power outages produced a whole new venue for voters like those shown here at the polling station in Jadwin Gym. (Photo by Emily Reeves)…

Strong Rental Market Raising Expectations For Sales at Residences at Palmer Square

A strong rental market at The Residences at Palmer Square, the cluster of townhomes and condominium apartments between Paul Robeson Place and Hulfish Street, is an indicator that contracts for…

Crisis Ministry Pantries Gear Up for Thanksgiving

Area congregations, schools, businesses, and clubs are invited to join in the Crisis Ministry’s annual pre-Thanksgiving “CAN-U-Copia” food and volunteer drive. The annual fall effort helps stock the shelves of…

Preparedness

Staff Sgt. Joseph Wolf, right, gave a thumbs up to Spc. Angel Fuentes, both with the 250th Brigade Support Battalion, New Jersey Army National Guard, as the unit prepared to…

Mercer Street Mansion Opens Doors For Historical Society House Tour

It is the house on Mercer Street that everyone seems to know. With its white pillars and graceful, symmetrical proportions, the mansion at number 200 is stately, yet somehow understated…