Amendment to 2016 budget discussed at special meeting

Council and Administration will propose an amendment to the budget to reduce surplus at the April 25 meeting

Witherspoon-Jackson Neighborhood becomes Princeton’s 20th Historic District

W-J residents, past residents and much of community celebrate historic preservation

Princeton candidates make April 4 filing deadline

Princeton candidates for council and mayor make filing deadline April 4

Princeton Council introduces this year’s budget at the March 28 meeting

This year, the town will see a 1.2 percent tax increase with a $61.9 total budget.

Long-time Princetonian Peter Marks throws his Republican hat in the ring for Mayor

“If people think that I can help, I am happy to try.” Read more about Peter Marks, the recent challenger in the mayoral campaign, in the Sun’s Q&A here.

Princeton Council introduces budget at March 28 meeting

In the 2016 budget, the town will see a 1.2 percent tax increase from last year.

Princeton Democratic Community Organization endorses no council candidate this year

With ‘four great candidates’ in the Democratic Party running for council, no one received 60 percent of the vote

The Sun sits down with Jenny Crumiller

A Council Candidate Q&A with incumbent Jenny Crumiller

The Sun sits down with Anne Waldron Neumann

A Council Candidate Q&A with writer, teacher and international Princetonian Anne Waldron Neumann

Council approves 2016 goals and priorities

Goals and Priorities schedule approved at March 14 council meeting, next step budget.