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Board of Education Votes to Move Elections From April to November

The Princeton Board of Education agreed last week to change the annual election date for school board members from the third Tuesday in April, to the November general election, beginning…

Princeton Freewheelers to Tour Former Perimeter of Borough

To mark the beginning of consolidation on January 1,2013, Dan Rappoport will lead a morning and an afternoon bike ride around the former perimeter of the Borough of Princeton, going in…

The Battlefield in Spring

This scene of re-enactors taking the roles of British and American units, practicing drill, field maneuvers, and fieldcraft on an April day, could have been a tableau from more than…

Princeton Weathers A Perfect Storm of Issues

This year Princeton weathered a major hurricane, opened a spanking new community park and pool, elected a mayor for the new municipality, coped with Route 1 left turn prohibitions, and…

Planning Board Approves Arts & Transit, Citizens Are Considering an Appeal

Concluding six years of discussion and dispute between Princeton University, the governing bodies, and citizens of the town, the Regional Planning Board December 18 voted to approve the University’s $300…

Planning Board Rejects AvalonBay Plan For Hospital Site

After a five-hour meeting that began December 19 and ended in the wee hours of December 20, Princeton’s Regional Planning Board voted against developer AvalonBay’s plan for a rental community…

Library’s “Spotlight on the Humanities” Series Is Focused on Architecture and Engineering

Last Wednesday, people attending a lunchtime lecture at Princeton Public Library were given a rare glimpse of New York City. A bird’s eye view of Manhattan and Brooklyn rooftops, provided…

Justin Timberlake’s Presence on Nassau Street Pleases Some Store Owners, Angers Others

News that actors Justin Timberlake and Ben Affleck would be filming scenes for the crime thriller Runner, Runner at several sites in Princeton drew hordes of people to town last…

After Timberlake

Life on Nassau Street was back to normal Saturday following Friday’s closing of a portion of this block to permit Justin Timberlake and a film crew to do location filming…

Educators Respond to Newtown Shooting

“I spent the weekend, as did many fellow heads of schools, listening to the news for any details of the story that could shed a light on how we might…