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Pipeline Panel Discussion Aims to Educate Public On Proposed Project

A panel discussion at Princeton University next Wednesday will focus on the environmental, safety, and legal issues of the natural gas pipeline project recently proposed for a stretch of Princeton…

Any Day Now

Barring a blizzard or monsoon, the Quaker Road bridge should be finished by April 1. Workers are hustling to complete the new span over Stony Brook, which will allow motorists…

Annual Bryn-Mawr Wellesley Book Sale Runs From Monday to Friday This Year

For the first time in its history, the Bryn-Mawr Wellesley Book Sale will begin on Monday, rather than Wednesday. As a result, the preview sale day is Monday, March 25,…

Johnson Park Elementary School Fifth Graders Stage Shakespeare’s Play “A Winter’s Tale”

Last Friday morning’s unexpected snowfall arrived just in time to add an appropriate backdrop to the performance of Shakespeare’s A Winter’s Tale by fifth grade students at Johnson Park Elementary…

Kiosks Pose No Traffic Threat According to Transit Committee

Princeton’s Traffic and Transportation Committee (TTC) sees no safety threat from the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce’s proposed refitting and revamping of the information kiosks on Nassau Street. The group…

Board Adopts Budget, Rejects Valley Road Plan

Meeting in open session last week in the cafeteria at the John Witherspoon Middle School (JWMS), The Princeton Public Schools Board of Education adopted a tentative schools budget for the…

Green Buildings Checklist Addresses Energy, Waste And Sustainability Issues

When Princeton Council next convenes on April 1, an ordinance designed to make the town more environmentally sustainable is likely to be adopted. The Green Development Information Checklist was enthusiastically…

Superior Court Judge Agrees to Expedite Appeal of Decision on AvalonBay Plan

Developer AvalonBay’s request to fast-track its appeal of the Princeton Planning Board’s decision to reject its proposal for the former hospital site was granted last week by a Mercer County…

Einstein Would Smile

Whatever Albert Einstein might think of Princeton’s carnival-style birthday embrace of him, how could he resist this scene? Mayor Liz Lempert (on left) is obviously enjoying the moment, too, as…

Renovations Begin on University-Owned Building Once Home to Town Topics Newspaper

Readers of this newspaper often express curiosity about the building at 4 Mercer Street that has become known as the “old Town Topics building.” Recent passersby will have noticed activity…