Five Questions with Leticia Fraga

Leticia Fraga announces her candidacy to run for Princeton Council this year. Here’s getting to know Leticia.

Princeton discusses year’s goals and priorities

Council invited citizens to take the floor at last Wednesday’s meeting to outline goals and priorities for the year.

Another parcel preserved and other news from Princeton Council

Council approves bond ordinance to preserve 20.4 acres of Princeton Ridge Preserve and other news from Council meeting last Monday.

‘Quantum Leaps in Princeton’s Place’

Pulitzer Prize Nominee Donna Clovis discusses new book on segregation and synchronicity here in Princeton.

Remembering to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Here is the Princeton guide to celebrate the life of Dr. King on today’s holiday.

Lanwin Development raises community concerns

Council addresses proposal to rezone land on Herrontown Lane and Mt. Lucas Road. Residents speak up.

Princeton Battlefield Society pursues lawsuit against Institute, DEP finds no wetlands

PBS announced today that they have submitted a 60 day notice for their federal lawsuit against the Institute for Advanced Study, claiming violation of Clean Water Act.

State Senate Committee urges DEP to issue stay on IAS wetlands permit

Battle between Princeton Battlefield Society and Institute for Advanced Study went to public hearing in Trenton, Dec. 21. Senate Committee urges DEP to issue stay on wetlands.

Princeton Winter Farmers’ Market

See the full schedule for this year’s Princeton Winter Farmers’ Markets and a word from local farmers.

Enjoying nature on a Saturday

D&R Greenway Canal hosts nature walks the second Saturday of each month from April through December. The Sun walked with Princeton’s nature lovers and bird watchers for the last event of the season. Stay tuned for the next round of walks come spring.