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School Expansion Worries Neighbors

At a meeting next Wednesday, May 27 at the Princeton International School of Mathematics and Science (PRISMS), residents of Lambert Drive will get a chance to air their concerns about…

Transit Task Force Sees Light Rail In Princeton’s Future

It may be more than a decade away, but commuters could one day have a direct link from Princeton Junction train station in West Windsor up to Nassau Street, where…

Body Cameras on Wish List For Department, Says Chief Sutter

With all of the discussions regarding policing now going on in the world-at-large, Town Topics called upon Police Chief Nick Sutter to share his thoughts on such issues as the…

Girls Night Out

Palmer Square was all about the fair sex Thursday as the Ninth Annual Girls Night Out event offered a wealth of in-store sales, promotions, complimentary parking, music, raffles, food sampling…

Paul E. Sigmund IV Pleads Guilty to Drug and Motor Vehicle Charges

Paul E. Sigmund IV, 49, son of the late Princeton Borough Mayor Barbara Boggs Sigmund, pleaded guilty Tuesday, May 12, to a drug charge and two motor vehicle offenses. He…

Council Urged to Make Waste Management a Priority

At a work session on waste management during a meeting of Princeton Council this past Monday, members of the Princeton Environmental Commission urged members of the governing body to step…

Community Options Settles Into New Location, Expands STEP Program

Shortly after Town Topics moved out of 305 Witherspoon Street, the building it had occupied since 2007, local residents wondered what would be taking its place. That question was answered…

Republican Women’s Scholarship Application Deadline

Scholarships are available from the National Federation of Republican Women, and the deadline for applications is June 1. The Betty Rendel Scholarship Fund was established in 1995 in honor of…

In Ruth Reichl’s Writings, Food Is Always the Star

Ruth Reichl is sometimes asked the question: If you had a superpower, what would it be? For the author, food writer and editor — formerly the restaurant critic at The…

Princeton High School Student To Take Dental Supplies to Peru

For the past 12 years, Princeton High School Spanish teacher Martha Hayden has been taking students on summer trips to her native Peru through the independently sponsored program Creating Ties.…