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Residents Charged Twice for Property Taxes; Town Will Pay Bank Charges Caused by Error

Over 160 Princeton residents who were charged twice for their property taxes this month had to wait several days for a refund. The residents who had paid online were shocked…

Princeton Community Housing Executive Calls for More Affordable Homes in Town

Princeton Community Housing (PCH) has just released its annual report for the year 2012. While the good news is that the organization and its goals have the support of the…

Council Reassured on Meningitis Outbreak

At a meeting of Princeton Council Monday night, an update on the meningitis outbreak at Princeton University provoked some questions among members of the governing body about risks to members…

Princeton University’s Most Generous Donor, Peter B. Lewis, Dies

Peter B. Lewis, the Princeton University alumnus who became its most generous donor in the modern era, died suddenly Saturday at his home in Coconut Grove, Florida, of an apparent…

Post Office Has “Nominated Purchaser” Whose Identity Is Yet to Be Revealed

A buyer has been nominated for the Palmer Square building that has housed Princeton’s post office since 1934. But the identity of that purchaser is being withheld until a contract…

Fire Drill

Braving a chilly evening, a throng of students, alumni, and community members turned out to enjoy the bonfire that lit up Cannon Green last Sunday to honor the Princeton University…

At the Sign of the Bear and the Books, Mr. Micawber’s Daughter Opens a Shop

The first time I drove through Hopewell looking for the sign of The Bear and the Books, I couldn’t get a clear view because of the bough of the Calley…

Artist Ellie Wyeth Is One of Many Marking 40th Crafters’ Marketplace

It’s hard to believe, but the YWCA’s annual Crafters’ Marketplace is now in its 40th year. This weekend on Saturday, November 23, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on…

Native Plants, Shrubs Restored At Mountain Lakes Preserve

Between the burgeoning deer population and a growing dominance of invasive plants, local forests are fighting to survive. But a project on two acres at Princeton’s Mountain Lakes Preserve, a…

Reserve Now for Rockingham’s Traditional Candlelight Tours

It is time again to set out and light the candles for Rockingham Historic Site’s Annual Candlelight Christmas Tours. The program is being offered Sunday, December 15 from 11 o’clock…