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9-11 Memorial Site “In a Holding Pattern” Says Man Behind Effort

While 9-11 remembrance ceremonies are being held today at locations throughout the area, one tribute to the tragic events of that day in 2001 remains on hold. Princeton Deputy Fire…

Appropriate Authority Ordinance Amended, Council Decides to Try Streamlined Minutes

A discussion of how meeting minutes are reported and the ongoing question of who should be appointed appropriate authority over the town’s police department dominated the meeting of Princeton Council…

Archbishop Karim In Palmer Square

Archbishop Mor Cyril Aphrim Karim, of the Syriac Orthodox Church of Antioch, told a crowd of 150 people in Palmer Square Saturday that the United States bombing of his country…

Veteran Activist and Scholar Michael Curtis To Mark 90th Birthday at Princeton Public Library

Veteran political scientist Michael Curtis will speak about his latest in a long line of books at the Princeton Public Library next Wednesday, September 11 at 6:30 p.m. In Jews,…

The Curious Tale of Mrs. Fisher and Mr. Brooks: Around-the-World by Automobile in 1909

In 1909, Harriet White Fisher bought an automobile and set out to travel around the world. She did not go alone. And unlike Jules Verne’s Phileas Fogg, it took her…

Luce Foundation Grant Awarded to Seminary

The Henry Luce Foundation has awarded the Princeton Theological Seminary a grant of $1.5 million to expand the Seminary’s Theological Commons, a project to develop a digitally connected global library…

Diane Burko’s Polar Images Document Climate Change

A new exhibition at the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University brings 19th-century American landscape traditions into the 21st-century with a blast of arctic air. “Diane Burko: Glacial Perspectives,” opens…

Two Princeton Scientists Honored for Research By L’Oreal USA Fellowships for Women in Science

Two scientists doing post-doctoral research at Princeton University have been awarded grants by the L’Oreal USA Fellowships for Women in Science. Anisa Salim Ismail and Luisa Whittaker-Brooks were among five…

Teaching Life Skills Through Tennis Is Goal of Trenton Youth Program

Tennis has been a priority for Chris Hoeland for almost as long as he can remember. After first picking up a racquet at about age seven, he started competing in…

Summer Was Safe at Pool but Funds Still Needed

As another season at Community Park Pool draws to a close, officials are calling it a success — and not just because attendance was up. “The most important part of…