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Drexel Meningitis Death Linked to Princeton

A Drexel University student who died Monday, March 10, was in “close contact” with students at Princeton University the week before she died.  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention…

Police Release Post-Consolidation Crime Stats Report

The Princeton Police Department’s (PPD) 2013 Report, its first since consolidation, reveals Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) crime statistics for Princeton that are 72 percent lower than the state average for…

Neighbors Say 7-Eleven Should Not Stay Open Twenty-Four/Seven

Residents of the neighborhood surrounding the former West Coast Video store on East Nassau Street gathered at the Chestnut Street firehouse last week to hear about plans for a 7-Eleven…

Hello Goodbye, Princeton

Who is he and is he coming or going? His name is Bill Agress and he’s from Lawrenceville. One of the many Einstein look-a-likes who came to town Saturday for…

Author of “Olive Kitteridge” Is Appearing At People and Stories Benefit on April 11

Little things loom large in the novels of Elizabeth Strout. Descriptions of daily rituals are richly, yet subtly detailed. The minutiae of everyday life — boiling water for a cup…

Einstein’s Birthday Celebration Starts This Friday With 1,000 Fireflies Bike Ride

What better way to celebrate Einstein’s birthday than on a bicycle demonstrating the scientific phenomenon of synchrony! That’s exactly what the Princeton Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Committee (PBAC) have planned…

Lecture by Wiles Adams Sponsored by Morven Museum

Denise Wiles Adams is this year’s Isabel Bartenstein Garden Lecture speaker, to be presented by Morven Museum & Garden at The Present Day Club, 72 Stockton Street, on March 27…

Learning About Poison At Senior Center Event

The Princeton Senior Resource Center will host a Lunch and Learn session entitled “It Could Be Poison” on Friday, March 21, at 12:00 pm at the Suzanne Patterson Building, located…

Council Tables Vote on Developer’s Agreement

A resolution to approve a developer’s agreement for AvalonBay’s plan to build rental units on the former Princeton Hospital site was tabled by Princeton Council Monday. At a meeting, the…

West Coast Video Site Is Now a Possibility For Post Office Move

Palmer Square Management has decided not to lease a storefront on Hulfish Street to the Princeton post office, as previously planned. But the branch, a presence on Palmer Square since…