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Status of Airports, Trains, Schools and Other Services

Airlines across the northeast have cancelled nearly 5,200 flights. All schools in Mercer County have announced early dismissals as of Monday, January 26. All after school activities have been canceled.…

Princeton Prepares for Blizzard Conditions

Governor Christie declared a state of emergency for New Jersey earlier this afternoon. Travel is expected to be brought to a stand-still from New York City to Portland, Maine, by…

Terra Momo Will Not Operate Restaurant and Cafe in Former Dinky Station

Princeton University and the Terra Momo Group have agreed to discontinue discussions regarding a lease to operate the restaurant and café that are being developed for the University’s arts neighborhood.…

Sustainable Princeton Names 2014 Leadership Winners

A municipal employee, three high school students, a local business and three residents of Princeton have been named winners of Sustainable Princeton’s Leadership Awards. A ceremony honoring the winners will…

After Almost 70 Years, Princeton Police Will Dedicate Memorial to Slain Officer

The Princeton Police Department will hold a dedication ceremony for a memorial honoring Walter B. Harris on Sunday, January 25, at 1 p.m. The event is scheduled to take place…

WIC Nutrition Education Program Given Extension for Another Year

A county-run program that educates young mothers about nutrition will continue to offer services at Princeton’s municipal building through 2015, thanks to the efforts of the health and human services…

Alarm On The Avenue

This was the scene at 74 Leigh Avenue Monday, at 11:20 a.m. shortly after resident Laura Light discovered smoke and called 911. “Kudos to the Princeton Police Department,” said Ms.…

Human Rights Activist-Scholar Tapped for Award

Each year, Womanspace honors a person of distinction who exemplifies the qualities of founder and former Mayor of Princeton Borough, Barbara Boggs Sigmund. This year, Womanspace will honor Human Rights…

Honoring Dr. King

Upper school students at Stuart Country Day School organized a Unity March to pay respects to Martin Luther King during their lunch time on January 9. Nearly 100 students took…

Morven’s Needlework Show

“Hail Specimen of Female Art! New Jersey Schoolgirl Needlework, 1726-1860,” continues at Morven Museum and Garden through March 29. Shown here is a silk thread on linen, sampler, dating to…