Follow Town Topics Online

FacebookTwitterRSS
Home » Archives by category » News (Page 58)

Registration Is Open For Classes at YWCA

Fall class registration is now open at the YWCA Princeton with most classes beginning September 5. More than 300 classes are being offered. Registration can be completed online at www.ywcaprinceton.org/register…

Citizen Group Still Fighting Dinky Move

The temporary Dinky station is up and running, and crews are set to begin taking up portions of the train tracks to make way for construction of Princeton University’s arts…

Valley Road Committee Announces Surprise Investor/Developer

When Mayor Liz Lempert and members of Princeton Council met on Monday evening, they heard, among other business, an announcement by representatives of the Valley Road School Adaptive Reuse Committee…

Council Introduces New Ordinance Regarding Role of Police Oversight

After a lengthy debate at its meeting Monday evening, Princeton Council voted down an ordinance regarding appropriate authority of the town’s police department. A new ordinance was introduced, naming the…

Here They Come

So begins Sunday’s Splash ‘n Dash Aquathon at Community Park, with kids ages 7 to 10 at the start of the race, which combines running and swimming. The event was…

Page to Stage Workshop at Library Introduces Teens to 21st Century Take on “The Odyssey”

Guided by stage professionals Brandon Monokian and Kaitlin Overton, a dozen or so teens, most of them about to enter 9th grade at Princeton High School (PHS), are getting to…

Student Leaders Build Teams At Annual Corner House Retreat

In its mission to foster the emotional well-being of area youth, the local social service agency Corner House has long enlisted the help of young members of the community. Divided…

Local Buses Available For March on Washington

The Coalition for Peace Action (CFPA) and the NAACP Trenton Branch are providing an opportunity to travel by bus to Washington, D.C. on Saturday, August 24 for the 50th Anniversary…

Princeton Adult School Marks 75th Birthday

Princeton Adult School is celebrating its 75th birthday with a year-long festival beginning in September and featuring an array of special activities throughout the community. There will be conversations with…

“Save the Dinky” Files Emergency Appeal

As NJ Transit and Princeton University prepare to close the Dinky train station on August 26 and move passengers to a temporary platform and waiting room 1,210 feet away, the…