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Physicians’ Organization Advises Caution Before Getting Vaccine

The vaccine being offered to Princeton University students to protect against type B meningococcal meningitis has raised concerns from an organization of medical professionals. The Association of American Physicians and…

McCarter Employee Charged With $100K Theft

McCarter Theatre’s General Manager, Thomas John Muza, has been charged with embezzling more than $100,000 from the Princeton Triangle Club. Called for comment Monday, Tom Miller, on his first day…

Eisgruber Hopes for “Context of Respect” In Visit to Council

At a meeting Monday evening that Mayor Liz Lempert called “the first of its kind in Princeton,” new Princeton University President Christopher Eisgruber sat at a table with Princeton Council…

Williams Makes Concessions In Pipeline Project Discussions

Negotiations between Princeton residents, the municipality, and the Williams Company, which is proposing a 1.2-mile natural gas pipeline through the Princeton Ridge, have resulted in some recent concessions by the…

Holiday Lights

Friday’s tree-lighting spectacular launched the holiday season on Palmer Square with some mechanical help from Santa Claus. The Square’s 65-foot Norwegian spruce wears a raiment made from 32,000 lights. (Photo…

Thanksgiving and Chanukah Overlap For First Time in More Than a Century

In a rare quirk of the calendar, two major holidays are colliding this year. Chanukah, the eight-day Festival of Lights that usually falls later in the season, reaches its second…

A&B Talks Turkey With Annual Fundraiser

The Alchemist & Barrister (A&B) is holding a hunger-fighting fundraiser to benefit The Mercer Street Friends Food Bank. Patrons can contribute to the effort to fight hunger in Mercer County…

Residents Charged Twice for Property Taxes; Town Will Pay Bank Charges Caused by Error

Over 160 Princeton residents who were charged twice for their property taxes this month had to wait several days for a refund. The residents who had paid online were shocked…

Princeton Community Housing Executive Calls for More Affordable Homes in Town

Princeton Community Housing (PCH) has just released its annual report for the year 2012. While the good news is that the organization and its goals have the support of the…

Council Reassured on Meningitis Outbreak

At a meeting of Princeton Council Monday night, an update on the meningitis outbreak at Princeton University provoked some questions among members of the governing body about risks to members…