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Council Wants More Information on Kiosks Before Taking a Vote

Details of a proposed plan to update the two information kiosks on Nassau Street were the focus of the September 11 meeting of Princeton Borough Council.  While Council members expressed…

Critics of AvalonBay’s Rental Concept Hire Two Attorneys and Urban Planner

The Princeton citizens who have expressed repeated concerns about the rental community planned for the former site of the University Medical Center at Princeton have been less vocal in recent…

Big Sky for Apple Day

Terhune Orchard’s fall festival, which began 36 years ago, featured farm wagon rides, pony rides, pumpkin painting, and scarecrow making for the kids, and sent people home “done with apple-picking…

Reading, Writing, and Respect: Literacy Volunteers Improve Lives

Tutors, students and their families, librarians, and honored guests were among those present when Literacy Volunteers in Mercer County (LVMC) held a kick-off event marking September as Adult Literacy Month…

Community Encouraged to Call Governor, Express Support for Anti-Fracking Bill

Grassroots activists and volunteers representing the consumer advocacy organization Food and Water Watch visited the Princeton Farmers Market last week to talk about the Fracking Waste Ban Bill that is…

Exercise Is the Best Medicine For Breast Cancer Survivors

Breast cancer patients recovering from surgery and follow-up treatments have traditionally been told by their doctors to rest during the healing process. But taking it easy, it turns out, isn’t…

Township Debates Transition Finances

The question of whether or not to hire a construction manager “for a sum not to exceed $129,504” to oversee remaining consolidation operations, and whether or not to approve a…

Historic Commission Votes To Recommend Designation After Consolidation Occurs

At its meeting on September 5, Princeton Borough’s Historic Preservation Review Committee (HPRC) voted to recommend to Borough Council that a portion of Princeton’s western section, known as the Morven…

Public Library’s Major Supporter Isn’t Afraid to Handle a Dust Rag

Nearly a decade ago, there was considerable debate among Princeton residents about whether the Princeton Public Library should rebuild on its Witherspoon Street corner site or relocate to Princeton Shopping…

Amelia Comes to Hinds Plaza

Herman Parish is signing a copy of Amelia Bedelia’s latest adventure at Saturday’s Children’s Book Festival on Hinds Plaza. The character first created by his Aunt Peggy Parish in 1963…