PPS Superintendent Proposes $89.6 Million School District Budget for 2015-2016

On Monday, April 13, Princeton Public School’s Superintendent, Steven Cochrane met with Princeton council to discuss this year’s proposed $89.6 million school district budget.

Princeton Celebrates 45th Year of Communiversity ArtsFest

In partnership with Princeton University, the Arts Council of Princeton is set to expect over 40,000 attendees for 2015 Communiversity ArtsFest.

‘Penny Poll’ looks at federal spending priorities in Princeton April 15

The Princeton-based Coalition for Peace Action will conduct its annual “Penny Poll” on federal spending priorities on the deadline for filing federal tax returns, Wednesday, April 15, from noon until 1 p.m. in front of the Palmer Square Post Office in downtown Princeton.

Princeton Council Votes On Temporary Animal Control Agreement with Montgomery

Following the departure of Princeton’s Animal Control Officer, Mark Johnson, Princeton Council votes on temporary contract with Montgomery.

Princeton Public Schools Cafeteria Workers Negotiate Contract After Strike

Food service workers in the Princeton Public School District negotiate contract with Nutri-Serve Food Management after benefits cut.

Witherspoon-Jackson Neighborhood Holds Meeting

The Witherspoon-Jackson Neighborhood is holding a neighborhood meeting on Saturday, March 14 at 9 a.m. at the First Baptist Church, corner of Paul Robeson Place and John Street.

Princeton Council Presents State Building and Fire Code Recommendations For DCA

Mayor, Liz Lempert, Council Members, Jenny Crumiller, Jo Butler and other staff members have prepared a list of recommendations to be sent over to the Department of Community Affairs.

DCA to review AvalonBay’s building code prior to site construction in Princeton

Mayor Lempert reports on her efforts to ensure Princeton residents safety at AvalonBay site.

The Sun Spotlight: YWCA ‘Tribute to Women’ Honoree, Robin Fogel

Robin Fogel of Fogel and Associates to be honored in March at the 2015 YWCA “Tribute to Women” Awards

Princeton Medical Researchers study on Alzheimer’s treatment could slow disease progression

Researchers at Princeton Medical participate in national study to evaluate the potential benefits of an investigational medication for patients with mild-to-moderate Alzheimer’s Disease.