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IAS Announces Plans For Archeological Survey At Faculty Housing Site

In an email message to Town Topics, IAS spokesperson Christine Ferrara announced that the Institute for Advanced Study is planning an archeological survey at the site where it hopes to…

Playtime

Kids made themselves at home at Friday’s JaZam’s block party on Palmer Square West. The festival of crafts, food, fun, and music ended at dusk with a showing of “Finding…

Princeton Police Department’s Newest Recruit’s First Day of Duty

The Princeton Police Department has acquired its first K9 Unit. The Department’s newest recruit, K9 Officer Harris, a 16-month-old Czech Shepherd, served his first day of active duty on Friday,…

Princeton Battlefield Preservation Society Readies for “Second Battle of Princeton”

The Princeton Battlefield Preservation Society (PBS) is readying for what it has called “The Second Battle of Princeton” when the Princeton Planning Board meets Thursday, June 19, for a hearing…

“The Challenge of Human Trafficking”

On Thursday, June 26, 7:30 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation at 50 Cherry Hill Road, attorney Jeffrey S. Chiesa will deliver a talk on “The Challenge of Human Trafficking.”…

Panel Discussion, “Trenton From the Grass Roots”

The Princeton Area Community Democratic Organization (PCDO) is inviting the public to a panel discussion called ”Trenton from the Grass Roots” on Sunday, June 22 at 7:30 p.m. at the…

Unique Partnership Saves Historic Diner As Possible Food Service Training Site

Wednesday is moving day for the aluminum-clad diner that has stood empty on the north side of Route One, just south of Bakers Basin Road, for decades. The vintage building…

Princeton Pumped as Special Olympics Come to Town

The late afternoon sun was beating down on a crowd of athletes outside Princeton University’s DeNunzio Pool and Weaver Stadium on Monday, but nobody seemed to mind. Having just completed…

Teachers Contract Negotiations Stalled, Mediation on Horizon

Negotiations between the Princeton Public Schools (PPS), Board of Education (BOE), and representatives of the Princeton Regional Education Association (PREA) reached an impasse when representatives of both sides met June…

Making Companies “Do the Right Thing,” Council Introduces Wage Theft Ordinance

Combating wage theft is the focus of a landscaping registration ordinance re-introduced at Monday night’s meeting of Princeton Council. If approved, the ordinance will require all commercial landscapers to register…