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Board of Education and Teachers Union Lock Horns in Contract Negotiations

Members of the Princeton Regional Education Association (PREA), the union representing local teachers, and the Princeton Public Schools Board of Education (BOE) met yesterday, June 3, to negotiate a new…

You Can Call Me Al

The keynote speaker at Class Day, part of Princeton University’s 2014 Commencement exercises, was former Vice President Al Gore, shown here making his way to the podium on Cannon Green,…

The Garden Club of Princeton Spruces Up War Memorial Park at Nassau and Mercer Streets

A century ago, Princeton citizens began planning a small park as a tribute to residents of the town killed in combat during World War I. It took nine years for…

City Gardens Event At Library June 1

Authors Amy Yates Wuelfing and Steven DiLodovico will discuss their book No Slam Dancing, No Stage Diving, No Spikes, Sunday, June 1, at 3 p.m. in the Community Room at…

Christine’s Hope for Kids At Riverside School Gym

Guest artists and young musicians from Riverside, Littlebrook, and Princeton High Schools will entertain Wednesday, June 4 at an evening in support of Christine’s Hope for Kids, a charitable foundation…

Littlebrook Wins Young Audiences Funding For Creatively Green Arts Festival, June 12

Littlebrook Elementary is one of six schools selected from 18 in New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania to win a competitive award from the regional arts-in-education program, Young Audiences (YA) of…

Friends, Colleagues Recall Elizabeth Erickson

The death of Elizabeth Gray Erickson last week has inspired tributes from friends and colleagues who worked with her in the numerous charitable organizations she championed. The 46-year-old mother of…

Demonstration Highlights Wage Theft Problem in Food, Landscape Industries

No more wage theft! That was the message of some 20 placard-carrying demonstrators who gathered in front of Cheeburger Cheeburger on Nassau Street last week. The demonstrators, many of whom…

Pipeline Safety Briefing To Outline Risks Of Construction Plan

The Princeton Ridge Coalition has made progress in its negotiations with the Williams/Transco Corporation, which is planning to install a natural gas pipeline across the environmentally sensitive Princeton Ridge. But…

Players on Parade

The National Pastime was represented at Saturday’s Memorial Day Parade in the form of players from Little League and Girls Softball Association Teams. Memorial Day thoughts are also the subject…