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Council Delays Vote On Ordinance Limiting Business Hours

A vote on whether to approve an ordinance restricting business hours for establishments located near residential neighborhoods was postponed at Monday night’s Princeton Council meeting due to the absence of…

Response to Concerns On Hospital Demolition Frustrates Residents

As the demolition of the former Princeton Hospital progresses, so do complaints by residents of the neighborhood about noise, air quality, contaminants, and debris. While members of the municipal staff…

Protesting Racial Injustice

A march by more than 350 students, faculty, and staff from Princeton Theological Seminary on Monday included a stretch of Nassau Street, where protestors lay on the ground for 4.5…

Princeton Police Close Investigation of Tiger Inn

After investigating the reports of an intoxicated, freshman girl performing a sex act on a senior at the Tiger Inn, one of Princeton University’s eating clubs, the Princeton Police Department…

Midday Protest

Students, faculty, and members of the Princeton University community gathered Thursday afternoon for a “walk-out and die-in” a day after a New York grand jury’s decision not to indict a…

Rehearsal for Washington’s Christmas Day Crossing Offers Less Crowded Alternative

Several hundred soldiers clad in Continental military dress will reenact George Washington’s daring crossing of the Delaware River on Christmas Day, and even more viewers will be there to see…

Sustainable Building Techniques Are Showcased on Linden Lane

With two LEED-certified houses located on the same side of Linden Lane, Princeton’s “tree streets” neighborhood is taking the lead, no pun intended, in the town’s efforts toward sustainability. Architect…

Andrew Hodges Speaks on Alan Turing At Princeton Public Library Thursday

Oxford mathematician Andrew Hodges will discuss his classic 1983 biography of the mathematical genius and pioneering computer scientist Alan Turing (1912-1954) as part of the Thinking Allowed series co-sponsored by…

The Kids of “A Christmas Carol”

McCarter Theatre’s production of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” has become a welcome holiday treat for families across the region. This year’s child actors include (top row, left to right)…

“Girl Rising” Film Seeks To Educate Girls Worldwide

Princeton Public Library hosts a free screening of the documentary Girl Rising on December 11 from 7 to 9 p.m. The film is directed by Academy Award nominee Richard E.…