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Merchants Consider Possible Parking Options

When the Spring Street Garage next to Princeton Public Library opened a decade ago, the technology used for payment was considered state-of-the-art. But not for long. “We were at the…

New Group Hopes To Clarify District/PREA Positions

Prompted by the repeated failure of the Princeton Regional Education Association (PREA) and the Princeton Public Schools Board of Education (BOE) to negotiate a new contract for Princeton’s teachers and…

Noise Levels Acceptable at Hospital Site But Things May Be About to Get Louder

As the former Princeton Hospital building is steadily dismantled, officials are keeping a close eye С or ear С on decibel levels. AvalonBay, the developer building a rental complex on…

Scanning the Scene

Compared to certain past years, the scene appears calm and orderly during Friday’s opening preview of the Friends of the Princeton Public Library’s Annual Book Sale. Dealers like the man…

BREAKING NEWS: Toni Morrison Papers Now in Princeton University Collection

At a conference held at Princeton University this past weekend, University president Christopher L. Eisgruber announced that the papers of Nobel laureate Toni Morrison, who taught at Princeton for 17…

BREAKING NEWS: Tickets to Dalai Lama Talk Still Available

A limited number of tickets remain for the Dalai Lama’s talk at Princeton University on Tuesday, October 28. The tickets will be made available to the public online from 6…

The Upcoming Open House Will Celebrate Westminster Choir College’s New Building

The Westminster Choir College of Rider University, on Walnut Lane next door to Princeton High School, will treat members of the Princeton community to a look inside its new building…

SAVE Animal Rescue Hosts Palmer Square Event

Dogs and cats in need of loving homes will come to Palmer Square on Sunday, October 19 from noon to 3 p.m., when SAVE, A Friend to Homeless Animals and…

Graves Retrospective At Grounds for Sculpture

Grounds For Sculpture’s Fall/Winter exhibition season features an installation of work by internationally acclaimed artist and architect Michael Graves. The exhibition, “Michael Graves: Past as Prologue,” will celebrate the 50th…

Hamilton Jewelers Thief Who Stole 46G Rolex Arrested and Charged

Princeton Police have charged 22-year-old Taquan E. Knight, with the Hamilton Jewelers robbery that occurred on October, 5, 2014, when a Rolex Sky-Dweller watch valued at over $46,000 was stolen…