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Resolution for Task Force On Affordable Housing Approved by Council

A resolution to establish an affordable housing task force to consider development of properties on Clearview and Franklin Avenues was passed by Princeton Council at its meeting Monday night, but…

University to Vote On Revising Standards About Sexual Misconduct

At its first meeting of the school year on Monday, September 15, the faculty at Princeton University is expected to vote on revised policies regarding the way it handles allegations…

Where the Dinky Once Stopped

Imagine being able to get off or on the Dinky just south of Blair Hall. That would have made catching a New York train a cinch for Scott Fitzgerald in…

BREAKING NEWS: AvalonBay Answers Questions About Demolition

With demolition of the former Princeton Hospital buildings scheduled to start around September 15, residents of the neighborhood surrounding the property gathered  at Witherspoon Hall Wednesday night to ask questions…

BREAKING NEWS: Celebrity Chef to Visit Community Park School

Princeton’s Send Hunger Packing program has challenged celebrity chef Brian Duffy, from the television show “Bar Rescue,”  to use ingredients generally available to low-income families to come up an affordable, easy…

Lifelong Princeton Activist Recalls Her Role in Freedom Summer

To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Freedom Summer, some 2500 young activists, civil rights veterans, and historians met for a week in late June at Tougaloo College in…

Art Buyers Market

Like last year when this photograph was taken, visitors to the Artsbridge Annual Clothesline Art Sale will find treasures at a sale of work where nothing is priced above $300.…

Master Gardeners Present 12th Annual Insect Festival

The 12th annual Insect Festival sponsored by the Rutgers Master Gardeners of Mercer County will be held Saturday, September 6, from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Mercer Educational Gardens,…

Poet Gerald Stern Reading at Library

Award-winning poet Gerald Stern will read from his work for 40 minutes followed by an open-microphone session as part of Poets in the Library, Monday, September 8, at 7:30 p.m.…

Cheer Up

Don’t they look happy? Romy Toussaint of Romy Yoga, Anne Petco of lululemon, and Patty Cronheim of the Family Guidance Center are the brains behind Happiness Day, taking place this…