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Princeton Man Indicted in Second Animal Cruelty Case

A Mercer County grand jury returned a second indictment charging Birch Avenue resident Michael G. Rosenberg with animal cruelty last Tuesday. At the time of the alleged incidents, the 31-year-old…

NJ Transit Board Approves University Property Swap

At a special telephone meeting yesterday of New Jersey Transit’s board of directors, a resolution was approved to transfer property between Princeton University and the transportation agency in connection with…

Battlefield Society Setback as Judge Rules Against Suit

The Princeton Battlefield Society received a setback Friday in its attempt to halt the Institute for Advanced Study’s (IAS) building plans. The Society had sued to overturn the Princeton Planning…

Council Discusses New Police Contract, To Vote July 8 on Department Study

A meeting of Princeton Council on Monday, June 24 was focused on the future workings of the town’s police department. Discussion centered around a new agreement with the Police Benevolent…

JAMMING AT JaZAMS

Hosted by JaZAMS, Friday’s annual Palmer Square event, “Summer Concert and Movie on the Green,” featured a performance by Alex and the Kaleidoscope Band (shown here) and a screening of…

Lincoln Highway’s 100th Birthday Tour Will Pass Through Kingston This Saturday

We know it today as Route 27. But at one time, the road that runs through the village of Kingston and on through Princeton was known as “The Main Street…

Architects of Princeton’s Consolidation Join Forces to Form a New Partnership

As Princeton has made it’s way through the process of consolidation, representatives from other municipalities have been watching with interest. Now, nearly six months since it took effect, three key…

No Arrests Thus Far in Last Week’s PU Bomb Scare; False Alarm Friday

University spokesperson Martin M. Mbugua declined to comment Tuesday on the ongoing investigation into the bomb threat that closed the Princeton University campus last week. The University evacuated staff and…

District Approves Resolution Delaying State’s Teacher Evaluation System

At its regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, June 11, the Princeton Public Schools Board of Education passed a resolution in support of a move to postpone for one year the…

Land Use Bill Tabled by State Assembly

A bill that would allow private colleges and universities to pursue development opportunities without the scrutiny of municipal land use laws was tabled by the New Jersey State Assembly Budget…