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Course on Speaking for Kids At Tigerlabs This Spring

“Speakology: the Art and Science of Speaking — for Kids” is a new course geared to those aged 7-17, to be held at Tigerlabs, 252 Nassau Street, March 15-April 19.…

Two Events Planned At Institute of Advanced Study

On Wednesday, March 12 at 4:30 p.m., Gareth Evans, Chancellor of the Australian National University and former Foreign Minister of Australia, will give a lecture, “After Syria: The Future of the…

Acting Chief of Police Nick Sutter Likely to Be Appointed New Chief

Last year was enormously eventful for the Princeton Police Department. 2013 began with consolidation of the Borough and the Township police departments.  Then Chief David Dudeck retired amidst allegations of…

Speaker Lineup Announced For Eden Lecture Series

Eden Autism Services presents its 20th Annual Princeton Lecture Series at Princeton University’s McDonnell Hall on Friday, March 21. For families and professionals, Princeton Lecture Series is an open forum…

Spring Street Death an Apparent Suicide

The body of a 23-year-old man believed to have jumped to his death from the roof level of the Spring Street Parking Garage was found by a police officer early…

Sale of Hospital Site Completed, Citizens Object to Recent Ruling

The sale of the former Princeton Hospital building to Avalon Princeton LLC, the developer with plans for a rental complex at the Witherspoon site, has closed, Princeton HealthCare System announced…

7-Eleven Representatives To Meet With Residents About Bratman Property

At a meeting March 13 at the Chestnut Street Firehouse, residents of the “tree streets” neighborhood will have a chance to hear from representatives of 7-Eleven, the company that wants…

Begging

The scene took place on a recent Saturday near the kiosk on Nassau Street during a lull between snow events. “Buddy Girl,” the snowiest object in sight, appears to be…

Local Students Have Fun Competing At National Science Bowl N.J. Finals

Teams of middle and high school students from Princeton and across the state took part in the U.S. Department of Energy’s New Jersey Regional Science Bowl on Friday and Saturday…

Williams Company Answers Claims That Pipeline Mapping Is Inadequate

Responding to a statement issued Tuesday that they have failed to produce accurate mapping of the construction path for the proposed Princeton Ridge Transco Pipeline project, the Williams Company said…