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On The Other Side Of Winter

After a winter like the one Princeton endured, people wasted no time taking advantage of the Community Park Pool, which opened for weekends on May 24. Admission fees: resident adult…

Library Staffers Reveal Roles in Alternative Music Scene, Recall Trenton’s City Gardens

At the Princeton Public Library Sunday, Library staffers shared glimpses of past lives immersed in the independent music scene of the 1980s and 1990s. Think punk, mod, new wave, post-punk,…

Design of SAVE Headquarters Earns Award for Architect

Maximillian Hayden Architect, Inc. is the recipient of a 2014 New Jersey Historic Preservation Award for the James Van Zandt Mansion, which will house the future offices of SAVE, A…

Town Details Hospital Site Work At Meeting With Local Residents

Though the town of Princeton is currently being sued by developer AvalonBay over issues regarding the developer’s agreement to demolish the former Princeton Hospital site, work has been proceeding to…

Gore Warns About Global Warming In Class Day Address to Graduates

Keeping with the lighthearted atmosphere of Class Day, the part of Princeton University’s Commencement exercises planned by graduating seniors, former Vice President Al Gore cracked a few jokes before getting…

Class of 2014 Hears Eisgruber Speak On “Life’s Journey and the Value of Learning”

At its 267th Commencement Tuesday, Princeton University awarded degrees to 1,244 undergraduates in the Class of 2014, seven from other classes, and 996 graduate students. Christopher L. Eisgruber, who presided…

Council Primary Too Close to Call

With Bernie Miller in the lead and only three votes separating Jo Butler and Sue Nemeth, Tuesday’s Democratic Primary for two available Princeton Council seats was too close to call.…

Former Triangle Club Accountant Indicted, Alleged Theft of $180K

Thomas John Muza, 55, of Hightstown has been indicted on a charge of second degree theft. He is alleged to have embezzled more than $180,000 from Princeton University’s famed Triangle…

Board of Education and Teachers Union Lock Horns in Contract Negotiations

Members of the Princeton Regional Education Association (PREA), the union representing local teachers, and the Princeton Public Schools Board of Education (BOE) met yesterday, June 3, to negotiate a new…

You Can Call Me Al

The keynote speaker at Class Day, part of Princeton University’s 2014 Commencement exercises, was former Vice President Al Gore, shown here making his way to the podium on Cannon Green,…