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Bomb Threat Shuts Down Princeton University

A bomb threat to multiple, unspecified buildings at Princeton University Tuesday morning resulted in the evacuation of a large part of the campus and an investigation involving local, state, and…

Town/Gown Police Cooperate During Campus Emergency

Tuesday’s campus bomb threat highlighted the challenges and advantages of two police departments working in the same jurisdiction. Officers from both the Princeton Police Department (PPD) and the Princeton University…

Council Passes Budget, Names Schmierer Conflict of Interest Attorney

Princeton’s municipal attorney Edwin Schmierer was chosen to be its conflict of interest lawyer at a meeting of Princeton Council on Monday night. The other key item on the agenda…

THE LAST MILE

Community Connection’s 2013 Princeton Kids Marathon Sunday was part of a region-wide effort to promote health and fitness for children in grades K-8 while raising funds for services provided to…

Sneak Peek Inside Seminary’s New Library Reveals Recycled Materials, Natural Light

Although the official opening festivities for the new Princeton Theological Seminary (PTS) Library will not be until October of next year, anyone traveling to and from Princeton via Mercer Street…

Trenton’s Cadwalader House Tour Will Culminate With “Art All Night”

Nestled into a neighborhood overlooking Cadwalader Park, the homes of Trenton’s Cadwalader Heights have been attracting attention since the community began hosting annual tours of its Tudor, Georgian, Colonial Revival,…

Area Museums Offer Free Admission To Military Families Through Summer

Each summer from Memorial Day to Labor Day, members of the serving military and their families receive a big thank you from museums across the country with free admission through…

Muslim-Jewish Youth Group Founded by Stuart Student

Growing up in Princeton as an American Muslim, Amani Noor Ahmed noticed a certain level of tension among different ethnic and religious groups. The 16-year-old sophomore at Stuart Country Day…

Standing Ovation for Tilghman at Commencement

Presiding over her final commencement exercises as she prepares to depart her post, Princeton University president Shirley M. Tilghman was given a special Doctor of Laws degree toward the end…

Budget Amendment Proposes Salary Hike For Elected Officials

The vote on the municipal budget that was supposed to take place after a public hearing last Tuesday, May 28, was tabled until June 10. Council considered a proposed budget…