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Question of Nepotism Raised When Relatives Receive Jobs In Town

“Let me make it very clear that Kathy Monzo did nothing wrong; she didn’t break any laws or do anything that was deceptive,” says Councilman Lance Liverman in response to…

Property Owners to Get Details Of Pipeline at Special Meeting

The owners of 15 tracts that would be affected by the laying of a natural gas pipeline through a 1.5-mile section of Princeton have been invited to attend a meeting…

Cinderella’s Ball

Fairy tale princesses surround the beauteous Cinderella at the YWCA of Princeton’s Cinderella Ballet Ball. Snow White and Sleeping Beauty were also in attendance. (Photo by Emily Reeves)  …

NASA Scientist Jim Green Discusses The Revolution in Planetary Science

While visiting Princeton next week, Dr. James L. Green, director of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA’s) Planetary Science Division, will give an overview of planetary science exploration during…

Latinos en Progreso Program Leading to Success at JWMS

The Princeton Public School (PPS) system has numerous ways of engaging parents in their children’s education. Its website offers a wealth of information about personnel, programs, calendars, and events, as…

Local Woman Gets a Makeover On “What Not to Wear” TV Show

With her off-duty outfits of oversized Costco tee-shirts and Old Navy jeans, pediatrician Kathy Azaro wasn’t exactly considered a fashion plate. And when Dr. Azaro, who is the vice-president of…

Curious Doings Abound as Students Celebrate Alice Day at Middle School

In Mr. Sweeney’s home room at John Witherspoon Middle School (JWMS) last Friday, sixth graders enjoyed their own version of an Alice in Wonderland tea party. There were several Alices…

Task Force Discusses Density, Affordable Housing

Would it be preferable to reduce the number of units allowed in the redevelopment of the former hospital site on Witherspoon Street? This was the topic of debate last week…

Historically Low Rate For School Bond Means Savings for Taxpayers

At last week’s meeting of the Princeton Public School (PPS) Board of Education, Finance Committee Chair Dan Haughton reported on the recent bond sale for which six bids had been…

Final Session on Setting Priorities Is Focus of Princeton Council Meeting

The results of a three-week survey to determine which issues members of local government, staff, and the public would like to see on the Princeton Council’s radar were the topic…