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PDS Magazine Scholastic Award Winner

Princeton Day School’s Upper School arts magazine, CYMBALS, was named first place in top-scoring school magazines for 2014 by the American Scholastic Association. PDS Upper School students also received numerous…

DEP Hears Citizens’ Concerns About Pipeline

At a public meeting held by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Monday night, several residents of the Princeton Ridge and experts hired by the citizens’ group Princeton…

AvalonBay Volunteers To Improve Standards For Fire Safety

AvalonBay, the developer of 280 units planned for the former Princeton Hospital site, announced last week that it has voluntarily upgraded its fire protection systems for the Princeton complex as…

D&R Canal Commission Votes Again, This Time Approves IAS Housing Plan

The Delaware and Raritan Canal Commission (DRCC) has effectively reversed the decision it made last month on the Institute for Advanced Study’s plan for faculty housing. The Commission approved the…

Oscar Worthy

The Oscar for Snow Scenes goes to Town Topics photographer Emily Reeves for the film, “Campus in Winter,” made on a low budget with student actors and statues courtesy of…

Princeton University Measles Case Confirmed

After additional review of laboratory tests, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the New Jersey Department of Health have confirmed the suspected case of measles at Princeton University.…

AvalonBay Agrees to Enhance Protection At Princeton and Maplewood Developments

AvalonBay Communities Inc., the company developing a complex of apartments at the former site of Princeton Hospital on Witherspoon Street, announced Tuesday that it will voluntarily upgrade its fire protection…

Princeton University Student Has Suspected Case of Measles

An undergraduate student at Princeton University is suspected of having measles, it was reported Tuesday. Preliminary reports were received yesterday, and additional tests are being conducted, according to the Princeton…

ArtJam Pop-Up Gallery in Palmer Square Will Benefit HomeFront’s ArtSpace Program

ArtJam, a fun and funky pop-up art gallery to benefit homeless families, will open this Friday, February 20, with a public reception, from 6 to 9 p.m., at 19 Hulfish…

PHS Graduate Discussing Novel at Library Feb. 27

Karen Bao, a 2012 Princeton High School graduate, will discuss her debut novel, Dove Arising (Viking Juvenile $17.99) in the Community Room at the Princeton Public Library on Friday, February…