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Council Won’t Put Valley Road Question On November Ballot

Last week, Princeton Council declined to put a non-binding referendum question on the November 5 General Election ballot that would ask voters whether a portion of the former Valley Road…

A Dry Moment

The morning rain made voting in Tuesday’s special primary election for U.S. Senate a challenge. The downpour was a memory, however, by the time this couple arrived at the polling…

Fresh Air Fund Helps Local Families Open Their Homes To City Kids

Opening one’s home to kids from the city, can have unexpected consequences. Hearts and minds are opened too. Take Minda Alena and her family. Ms. Alena and her husband Bill…

Hillier’s Copperwood Moving Toward Spring Leasing

After more than a decade of debate, deliberation, design and redesign, Copperwood in Princeton, the luxury rental active adult community on Bunn Drive, is rising in its forest setting. The…

Princeton Area Community Foundation Supports Trenton Area Soup Kitchen

The Princeton Area Community Foundation (PACF) has announced that the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen (TASK) has been awarded a $25,000 grant for operating support. This funding will go to support…

Battlefield Society Appeals Judge’s Decision

The Princeton Battlefield Area Preservation Society, known as The Princeton Battlefield Society (PBS), has filed an appeal of the Princeton Planning Board decision approving the Institute for Advanced Study’s faculty…

New Fee Schedule Adopted by Council For Organics Program

Hoping to attract more households to sign up for the town’s curbside organic waste program, Princeton Council approved a new fee schedule at its meeting on Monday night, allowing the…

New Math and Science School Appoints Former Illinois Secretary of Education

Princeton’s new boarding school, the Princeton International School of Mathematics and Science (PRISMS), is getting ready for the start of its first semester at the site once occupied by the…

“He Walks With An Antic Grace”

With apologies to the invisible poets of Lake Carnegie and Theodore Roethke, whose heron actually walks “the shallows” in “The Heron,” which can be read in full on the Poetry…

15 Princeton Community Village Students Receive Support for College Attendance

Fifteen high school students from Princeton Community Village (PCV) have won grants from the New Jersey and National Affordable Housing Management Association (NAHMA) and its New Jersey affiliate (JAHMA). The…