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The Princeton School District will make a "nonbinding" offer to acquire an undisclosed property at market value so that officials can move administrators and other... [Read More]
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Riverside Elementary School will not be named for former Principal William Cirullo, despite efforts by the late administrator's colleagues to have him recognized in that... [Read More]
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The town "eventually" will rezone the Alexander Street corridor that Princeton University is eyeing for residential mixed-use development at the southern entrance to the community... [Read More]
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The last Township Committee meeting of 2017 on Monday was also the last one for Deputy Mayor Susan Goetz, who is retiring from municipal government... [Read More]
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Two young men embraced in the hallway outside a courtroom in Trenton late Friday afternoon, their paths brought together and their lives scarred by a... [Read More]
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The Princeton School District is considering installing permanent lights at the high school football field, only if school dismissal time is moved back to later... [Read More]
The Princeton School District will not start the next school year in August, Superintendent of Schools Stephen C. Cochrane said in announcing that the change... [Read More]
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Holocaust survivor David Tuck sat in a chair, his legs crossed at his ankles, in front of a room filled with about 50 Princeton Charter... [Read More]
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Princeton Police will have live access to the hundreds of security cameras across the school district, in a move that a recent state law requires. [Read More]
Princeton University had no surprises in a planning document to help "guide" Nassau Hall as it looks to expand into West Windsor across Lake Carnegie,... [Read More]
The Christmas season in Cranbury started Friday with Santa Claus, children drinking hot chocolate, a tree lighting and, of course, "Mrs. K." [Read More]
Princeton school officials, having had to confront racist and anti-Semtic incidents in their district, want to send a message to the public that they have... [Read More]
Former Mercer County Park Commission executive director Kevin B. Bannon pleaded not guilty Monday to public corruption charges for which the erstwhile government employee and... [Read More]
The Princeton Public Library will spend parts of three months examining the Vietnam War through a series of lectures wrapped around the showing of all... [Read More]
Democratic Councilmembers Heather H. Howard and Lance Liverman were noncommittal this week about whether they intend to run for re-election in 2018, even though the... [Read More]
Cranbury Chief School Administrator and Principal Susan L. Genco received a new contract that keeps her running the district through June 2022. [Read More]
The Princeton school board has discussed internally the possibility of demolishing all or part of Valley Road School, in what is expected to be the... [Read More]
The national immigration debate played out Tuesday on the streets of Princeton, with a federal immigration raid in the morning followed in the afternoon by... [Read More]
Princeton officials broke their silence Monday on the decision by their insurance fund to settle for $1.75 million a civil lawsuit brought by the father... [Read More]
Municipal offices in Princeton were closed on Black Friday, as government officials stood by their decision to give employees a paid day off. [Read More]
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