Imani Perry arrest expedites ‘cop cams’ discussion

Princeton Police Department and municipality continue to search for best on-officer recording systems

Imani Perry arrest investigation closed, Mayor and Council release statement

“Our officers acted appropriately. Still, we believe the incident raised legitimate questions about the New Jersey court system’s use of warrants.”

Board of Education opposes pension liability

While the Board supports curtailing taxpayer costs, it does not want to bear “financial burden” of state pension and health benefit funds.

Council kids

Council gives ‘youth an official voice in government’ with new Youth Advisory Committee

A shimmer of light remains after Spirit of Princeton ‘suspends’ fireworks

Spirit of Princeton Vice Chair approached by several people with fundraising ideas to reignite July 4 fireworks

More from the WJHD meeting

Another round of public comment from the Feb. 22 WJHD meeting.

Witherspoon-Jackson Historic District, next steps in motion

Princeton Council will introduce the ordinance for W-J historic designation at the next special meeting, March 10

Five Questions with Leticia Fraga

Leticia Fraga announces her candidacy to run for Princeton Council this year. Here’s getting to know Leticia.

Princeton discusses year’s goals and priorities

Council invited citizens to take the floor at last Wednesday’s meeting to outline goals and priorities for the year.

Another parcel preserved and other news from Princeton Council

Council approves bond ordinance to preserve 20.4 acres of Princeton Ridge Preserve and other news from Council meeting last Monday.