Reminder: Board of Education filing deadline today

REMINDER: All Princeton Board of Education candidates must file their petitions with Mercer County Clerk today by 4 p.m.

Princeton-based Peace Organization responds to the tragic events in Dallas, Louisiana and Minnesota

‘When hate and fear and violence threaten to divide us and to breed such tragedies, the answer cannot be found in more hate and fear and violence.’

Princeton Battlefield Society’s motion for preliminary injunction denied

The Battlefield Society’s efforts to end Institute faculty housing on Maxwell Field hit bump in the road to preservation

Leticia Fraga writes to the public

A letter to the editor from Leticia Fraga

Primary Election results

Jenny Crumiller and Tim Quinn win Primary Election for Princeton Council, read more here

Liz Lempert signs the Mayors’ Monarch Pledge

Thanks to Johnson Park Elementary School’s second grade class, Mayor Lempert’s insect activism takes flight

Letter to the editor in support of Leticia Fraga

Dear Friends and Neighbors, Only a week remains until we head to the polls for the New Jersey primary elections. Like us, you’re probably wringing your hands about recent developments at …

Princeton to the polls June 7

It’s almost time to vote for your council and mayor, Princeton. Primary elections are June 7

Princeton receives $70,945 in statewide Clean Communities Grant

The statewide grant hits a record to help improve the aesthetic of the state and the well being of the environment

Council approves 2016 budget

At the May 9 meeting, Princeton Council passed the $61.9 municipal budget