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Council Authorizes Funds for Lytle Street Property

At its meeting Monday night, Princeton Council voted 4-2 to set aside $600,000 to acquire two lots at 31-33 Lytle Street, next to the Mary Moss Park, in the Witherspoon/Jackson…

Planning Board Passes Proposal For 7-Eleven Store, Post Office

Princeton’s Planning Board voted unanimously last week in favor of a plan to allow a 7-Eleven to move into the former West Coast Video location at 259 East Nassau Street.…

Little Advance On School Food Workers Nutri-Serve Dispute

While contract negotiations between the teachers’s union and the Princeton Public Schools Board of Education (BOE) have taken center stage at recent public Board meetings, those between the district’s food…

The Bard Abides

This year’s Bryn Mawr-Wellesley Book Sale featured a strong selection of Shakespeare and Shakespeariana. Finds and wish lists are discussed in this week’s Town Talk. (Photo by Charles R. Plohn)…

Planning Board Approves 7-11 Proposal

In a unanimous vote last night, Princeton’s Planning Board approved the proposal for a 7-Eleven store to go into the former West Coast Video on Nassau Street. The convenience store…

Poetry Out Loud Recitation Contest Steals the Show at Poetry Festival

In its tenth anniversary year, the Poetry Out Loud national recitation competition for high school students knocked the socks off a Princeton audience at Richardson Auditorium on Friday at the…

Pipeline Project Is Revised By Williams Transco Firm

The Williams Transco company has revised its plans for installing a natural gas pipeline on the Princeton Ridge. Instead of digging open trenches in the environmentally sensitive wetlands, the company…

Ninth Annual Film Festival Expands Its Creative Reach

Susan Conlon had some specific aims in mind when she began planning this year’s Princeton Environmental Film Festival. Opening at the Princeton Public Library Thursday and running through March 29,…

The Winning π

Princeton Pi Day’s largest pie judging event resulted in a big win for Jammin’ Crepes which was named for the best Apple Pie in Princeton by 50 resident judges. The…

Labyrinth, Wild River Books Celebrate “Brief Eulogies”

Labyrinth Books and Wild River Books invite the public to celebrate Brief Eulogies at Roadside Shrines at Labyrinth on March 19 at 6 p.m. A collection of stories by Mark Lyons published by Wild…