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AvalonBay Remains Mum On Developer’s Agreement For Hospital Demolition

Fences were being installed Tuesday along the perimeter of the old Princeton Hospital, in preparation for demolition of the building to make way for construction of a 280-unit rental apartment…

Record Number of Performers, Artists Expected for 43rd Annual Communiversity

Last year’s Communiversity brought record crowds to Nassau and Witherspoon Streets and all points in between. This year, the annual free Town and Gown arts festival, which will take place…

The Uncertain Glory Of An April Day

And not just any day. Today, April 23, is William Shakespeare’s 450th birthday. The line is from Act One, Scene III of “Two Gentleman of Verona.” Spoken by Proteus, who…

Princeton’s New Schools Superintendent Wants to “Hit the Ground Listening”

When Stephen C. Cochrane was appointed Superintendent of Princeton Public Schools (PPS), members of the Princeton School Board described him as “a rising star” in education. He was their unanimous…

Hamilton Jewelers Selected To Provide University Gifts

Hamilton Jewelers has been selected as the exclusive resource for Princeton University’s Employee Service Recognition Program. Hamilton was chosen through a vetting process of several national brands to design and…

Labyrinth Books Hosts Reading of Keeley’s New Novel About Princeton’s Megabuilders

Labyrinth Books and Wild River Review will present a reading by local author and Princeton Professor Emeritus Edmund Keeley from his new novel, The Megabuilders of Queenston Park, which is…

Musical Co-Authored by PHS Alum Selected by Musical Theater Festival

Harrison Kaufman and Christopher Anselmo like to joke that they’re too young to drink, but they can write a musical. Both 19, the two New Jersey natives — Mr. Kaufman…

Alexander Street Task Force Takes Next Step

At its meeting April 7, Princeton Council voted unanimously to pass a resolution allowing the Alexander Street University Place Task Force to apply for federal funding. If obtained, the money…

IAS Amends Plans For Faculty Housing After DRCC Ruling

The Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) has amended its plans for faculty housing on land adjacent to the Princeton Battlefield in response to a January 15 ruling by the Delaware…

The Garden Club of Princeton Marks French Market Centennial

Back in an earlier era, The Garden Club of Princeton’s French Market was stocked with truckloads of blooms brought by gardeners from estates in and around the town. Most of…