NJ Transit Cuts 655-Bus Line, Princeton Continues Work On Alternative Route

NJ Transit Board of Directors adopts operating budget for the 2016 Fiscal Year, discontinuing the 655-Bus Line from Princeton to Plainsboro, while increasing traveler’s fares.

Princeton Tough On Christie, Will He Get The Vote?

New Jersey’s Governor, Chris Christie opened his 2016 campaign for president on Tuesday, June 30. Hear what Princetonians have to say about it.

Princeton Board of Education, PREA Finally Reach Contract Agreement

The Princeton Board of Education and the PREA reach terms of agreement, unanimously approving new teacher’s contract.

YWCA Princeton Forms All-Girls Robotics Team

YWCA Princeton will introduce a new program, said to expose young girls to science and technology in a fun environment through FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) Robotics later this summer.

Princeton Council Forges Ahead With Lytle Street Property Purchase

On the evening of Monday, June 8, Princeton Council voted unanimously to move forward with the acquisition of the historic 31-33 Lytle Street property in order to expand the adjacent Mary Moss Park.

Board of Education for Princeton Public Schools’ Ratifies New Contracts for Administrators

Princeton Public Schools’ (PPS) Board of Education finally approved new three-year contracts with two of three employee associations during a board meeting on May 20.

Princeton Public Library Hosts Code for Princeton Civic Hackathon in Collaboration with the Municipality of Princeton

The first Code for Princeton Civic Hackathon is being held on Saturday, June 6, and Sunday, June 7 at the Princeton Public Library. The event will bring together local government, technologists, designers, community members and the like to find innovative solutions to a variety of problems within the community.

Princeton Council in ‘Limbo’ On Lytle Street Property Decision

During Princeton Council’s meeting on Monday, May 18, Princeton Mayor, Liz Lempert declared the town in limbo concerning the acquisition of the historic 31-33 Lytle St. property.

NJ Transit Proposes Discontinuation of 655 Bus Line Between Princeton and University Medical Center Hospital in Plainsboro

NJ Transit is going to be recommending discontinuation of the 655 Bus Line between Princeton and Plainsboro due to low ridership and an overall budget shortfall.

Princeton Administrator, Dashield Reviews Status of Historic Lytle Street Property During Council’s Meeting

During Princeton Council’s meeting on Monday, April 27, Princeton Administrator, Marc Dashield reviewed status of the Historic Lytle Street property, adjacent to the Mary Moss Park.