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Transportation Dept.: More Signs Planned To Help Motorists Navigate U.S. Route 1

The trial program to ease congestion on Route 1 by restricting left turns and U-turns on Route 1 at Washington Road and Harrison Street in West Windsor was two days…

Princeton’s Housewarming Project Looks to Make Homes More Sustainable

When it comes to making a house more energy efficient, it is the simple things that often matter most. Little gaps between windows and small holes in basement walls are…

Police Investigating Last Week’s Thefts At Zoë, Hamilton Jewelers on Route 1

Eight high-end luggage bags valued at $20,270 were stolen from the Palmer Square shop Zoë last Wednesday morning. While considered luggage, the Celine bags look like handbags. An employee at…

Wading Toward The Fountain of Freedom

Keeping cool in Sunday’s heat, two young bathers seem to be focusing their attention on the multiple water sculptures being created by James Fitzgerald’s fountain, which still forms the dramatic…

Ground Broken for Copperwood Development Following Lengthy Discussion Process, Delays

Last week’s groundbreaking for Copperwood, the senior housing development on Bunn Drive, marked the end of a lengthy process that involved years of deliberation and debate. Along the way, a…

Woodbridge Seeks to Bridge Gaps Between Members of Local Parties

“Change is the only constant,” said Richard Woodbridge, the Republican candidate for mayor of the consolidated municipality of Princeton as he pulled out his 1957 Valley Road School yearbook. Of…

Cafe Life Comes To PJ’s

The 50-year-old Princeton institution, long known for its breakfast time waiting lines, has added bistro-style sidewalk seating. (Photo by Emily Reeves)…

Arts Council Savors New Dodge Grant, Citation of Excellence, Anonymous Pledge Toward “Burn the Mortgage” Campaign

Just in time to celebrate Princeton’s Fourth ArtWalk on Thursday, August 2, the Arts Council of Princeton (ACP) learned that it had received a $20,000 grant from the Geraldine R.…

Battlefield Society Fires Another Round In Fight Against Institute Housing Plan

Efforts to prevent the Institute for Advanced Study from building faculty housing on land many believe is the site of the crucial counter-attack at the Battle of Princeton escalated last…

Arts Hub

The Arts Council of Princeton is celebrating a new Dodge Foundation grant; preparing for another ArtWalk; and participating in the coming multi-institutional collaboration, “The Fertile Crescent.” Summer campers probably don’t…