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Teacher Contract Negotiations Heat Up

Representatives of both the teachers’ union, Princeton Regional Education Association (PREA) and the Princeton Public Schools Board of Education (BOE) failed to reach agreement when they met for a “bargaining…

Nancy Snyderman Quarantined After Crew Member Contracts Ebola

Princeton resident and NBC News Chief Medical Editor and Correspondent Dr. Nancy Snyderman had to be flown back from Liberia where she had been reporting on the Ebola outbreak in…

Two Major Gifts For Morven Museum To Bolster Endowment

Morven Museum & Garden has received two major grants designed to help strengthen the organization’s endowment. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has donated $1 million, half of which must be…

Flying High

Members of the Princeton High girls’ tennis squad jump for joy at the Mercer County Park courts last Wednesday afternoon after winning the team title in the Mercer County Tournament…

BREAKING NEWS: Nancy Snyderman To Be Monitored For Ebola

Princeton resident and NBC News Chief Medical Editor and Correspondent Dr. Nancy Snyderman is to be flown back from Liberia where she has been reporting on the Ebola outbreak in…

BREAKING NEWS: Williams Will Turn Off Gas During Pipeline Project

The Williams/Transco company, which plans to install a natural gas pipeline on the Princeton Ridge, has filed a revised construction plan that commits to turn off the gas in an…

BREAKING NEWS: Lt. Robert Toole Graduates From the FBI National Academy

The Princeton Police Department has announced the graduation of Lt. Robert Toole from the 257th session of the FBI National Academy located in Quantico, Virginia, along with men and woman from…

Princeton is First in New Jersey To Win “Age Friendly” Designation

When Susan Hoskins started investigating the World Health Organization’s (WHO) designations of “age friendly communities” over a year ago, she felt as if she were reading a description of Princeton.…

Driving With ADHD Is Topic of UMCPP Discussion

On Sunday, October 19, from 3 to 5 p.m., a community discussion on the hazards of driving with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and what parents, teens, educators and adults…

Black Bear Facts, Municipal Website Has Safety Tips for Homeowners, Hikers

Shortly after the recent fatal mauling of a 22-year-old Rutgers student by a black bear in New Jersey’s 572-acre Apshawa Nature Preserve, the Princeton Police Department has drawn attention to…