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Mystery Author Giving Three Princeton Readings 

Jewel of the Thames author Angela Misri will be making three appearances in Princeton this week. She will be at Marketfair Barnes & Noble on Wednesday, August 13, from 11:30…

Princeton University Art Museum’s Latest Acquisition

ART ACQUISITION: Princeton University Art Museum has received this ancient item of terra-cotta artwork. It’s the head of a woman, perhaps a priestess, and it dates to 600 B.C. According…

Artworks in Trenton’s 4th Annual Monsters Ball

ALL THE BETTER TO EAT YOU WITH!: Artworks in Trenton is drawing attention to its upcoming 4th Annual Monsters Ball Halloween Art Exhibition, from October 11 through November 1, with…

Ridge Coalition Will Fight FERC Decision on Pipeline

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s opinion that the Williams/Transco company’s proposed pipeline project on the Princeton Ridge doesn’t pose major safety or environmental issues has members of a local citizens’…

Battlefield Society To Conduct Survey With Park Service Grant

The Princeton Battlefield Area Preservation Society, known for short as the Princeton Battlefield Society (PBS), has received a grant of $47,100 from the National Park Service’s American Battlefield Protection Program…

New “Access Princeton” Program Aims to Simplify Customer Service

A week after its soft launch at Community Night Out, a new program aimed at streamlining how the municipality deals with non-emergency issues is catching on slowly but steadily with…

Community Night Out

Featuring a dunking pool for Princeton’s Finest and a climbing wall, the Princeton Recreation Department’s Community Night Out event engendered a strong turn-out at the CP Pool last week. (Photo…

BREAKING NEWS: Avalon Bay

Princeton Engineering Department reports that Yannuzzi Corporation’s removal of carpeting, non-asbestos ceiling tiles, lighting fixtures, non-asbestos pipe coverings, copper water piping, electrical wiring and office partitions from the inside of…

Nine Princeton Community Village Students Receive Support For College Attendance

Nine high school students from Princeton Community Village (PCV) have won grants from the New Jersey and National Affordable Housing Management Association (NAHMA) and its New Jersey affiliate (JAHMA). All…

Michael Curtis to Receive French Légion d’honneur

Michael Curtis, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Rutgers University, has been appointed by the President of France to the rank of Chevalier of the French Legion of Honor for his…