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History of Town and Gown Detailed in Digitization Project

Among the news items in the October 24, 1935 issue of a Princeton newspaper known as the Local Express was this announcement: “Miss Jean Bunn had as her guest over…

State of Black America Is Topic Of Public Event

The 2014 “Conversation Series” event presented annually by the Center for African American Studies at Princeton University, “Black Thought in the Hour of Chaos,” will take place at 4:30 p.m.…

Spirit of Princeton’s Veterans’ Day Ceremony

The Spirit of Princeton Committee welcomes the community to honor the nation’s veterans, as well as those young men and women still actively serving in the military, by attending the…

Forest Jewelers Re-Opens

Under new ownership and having undergone a significant renovation to modernize its downtown Princeton store at 104 Nassau Street, Forest Jewelers held a ribbon-cutting ceremony with Mayor Liz Lempert on…

Art for Healing Show, Reception For Jean Burdick Exhibition

University Medical Center of Princeton-Plainsboro (UMCPP) will host a wine-and-cheese reception on Friday, November 14, to mark the opening of “Shifting Views,” an exhibition featuring paintings and works on paper…

And They’re Off

Participants in Princeton’s HiTOPS Half-Marathon Sunday are on their bright and early way, among them several runners who talk about the course in this week’s Town Talk, including the record-setting…

New Dinky Station to Open November 17

Princeton University has announced an end to the temporary Dinky station on Alexander Road as of Monday, November 10. The New Princeton Station will open November 17. At the conclusion…

Copperwood’s Green Features Are Focus at Its Opening Day

After 10 years of deliberations, environmental considerations, and reconfigurations, Copperwood, the rental community on Bunn Drive, has officially opened. Thirty of the 150 units set among the trees have been…

Rosenberg Receives Maximum Sentence in Animal Cruelty Case

Michael G. Rosenberg, the former Birch Avenue resident who was charged last year with animal cruelty, was sentenced to five years in state prison for actions that resulted in the…

1100 Runners Expected For Hi-TOPS Race Nov. 2

On November 2, starting at 7 a.m. on Paul Robeson Place near Chambers Street (Start/Finish line), Hi-TOPS of Princeton will be sponsoring a half marathon race with over 1100 runners…