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.

Princeton National Rowing Association Rowing Regattas Contribute $10.16 Million in Total Sales to Mercer County

The Princeton National Rowing Association, jointly with the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce and Convention & Visitors Bureau, have announced the results of an economic impact study for the major rowing regattas that took place in 2015.

Mayor Liz Lempert Delivers Remarks At Council’s First Meeting of the Year

Lempert talks consolidation, innovation, collaboration and a more inclusive, and sustainable Princeton.

Arden “Lance” Liverman Named Council President

During Council’s Reorganization Meeting on the evening of Monday, Jan. 4, Arden “Lance” Liverman was named council president.

5 Questions with Princetonian Tim Quinn

As the announcement of Tim Quinn’s decision to run as a democrat for Princeton Council in 2016 broke, The Sun took the time to chat with the determined Princetonian.

Historical Society of Princeton Reopens at Updike Farmstead

The Historical Society of Princeton reopens its museum at Updike Farmstead.

Council Holds Last Meeting for 2015

A look at the highlights from Council’s last meeting held in 2015.

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.