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University’s Motion to Dismiss Tax Case Is Rejected

Last week, a Morris County tax court judge denied Princeton University’s motion to dismiss a complaint by four local residents seeking to rescind the school’s property tax exemption for the…

Planning Board Is Next Stop For Post Office, 7-Eleven Plan

Having reviewed a plan last week for a 7-Eleven convenience store and post office to replace the long-empty West Coast Video store on East Nassau Street, Princeton’s site plan review…

McCaffrey’s Princeton Store Closes Following Burst Pipe 

A burst water pipe at McCaffrey’s Princeton store caused the facility to close Monday afternoon as customers stocked up in preparation for the snowstorm that was expected later that night.…

Andrew Jarecki’s “The Life And Deaths of Robert Durst”

The Lewis Center for the Arts will welcome Oscar nominated alumnus Andrew Jarecki ’85 back to campus for a screening and discussion of his new HBO documentary series, The Jinx:…

Irish Harp and Song

Irish tenor soloist James Walsh will perform at Nassau Presbyterian Church in Princeton on Saturday, March 14 at 8 p.m. as part of VOICES Chorale’s “Irish Harp and Song” concert.…

Scheide Donation Is Largest in University’s History

William Hurd Scheide, the Princeton philanthropist, bibliophile, and musicologist who died at age 100 last November, has left his collection of some 2,500 rare books and manuscripts to his alma…

PennEast Pipeline To Have Lasting Impact, Study Claims

The proposed PennEast pipeline that will cross the Sourlands region into Mercer County will have lasting economic impact during and after its construction, according to a study released last week.…

Teachers and Parents Invite Community To “Take the PARCC” Event Monday

To share their concerns about the structure and format of the new state-mandated PARCC tests Princeton Public Schools students will take next month, members of the teachers’s union, Princeton Regional…

Cold? What Cold?

The seventh annual Cupid’s Chase 5K sponsored by Community Options Inc. last Saturday drew over 4,000 runners across the nation and raised over $200,000 to support people with disabilities. Runners…

Jewish Family & Children’s Service Gala To Honor Mercer County Holocaust Survivors

“Honor the Past. Illuminate the Future.” These words are the underlying theme of the Jewish Family & Children’s Service (JFCS) of Greater Mercer County’s annual fundraising gala, this year known as…