Drug-related annual arrest stats, courtesy of Princeton Police

Chief Sutter and his department outline the statistics of drug-related arrests since 2013. Do you think it’s on the rise? See for yourself.

Council Works to Focus on Maintenance of Princeton’s Open Spaces

To date, Princeton has acquired approximately 1100 acres of passive open space. These areas deliver environmental services such as, absorbing storm water and cooling air, recreational opportunities and aesthetic beauty for town residents. But there is still work to be done.

Brushing up on English

The Sun sits in on the Princeton Public Library’s English Conversation Class, free and open to individuals of any language, now through January.

A deeper look at Dual Language Immersion

The kindergarten classroom at Community Park Elementary School opens its doors to the district and demonstrates progress for the DLI pilot program.

Mayor Lempert Hopeful for Second Term

Last week, Mayor Liz Lempert announced that she is running for re-election in 2016. The 13-year Princeton resident is the first candidate to throw her hat in the race.

New development in Fields v. Trustees of Princeton University

University prepares to bear the burden of proof.

Public opinion: Fields v. Trustees of Princeton University

Princetonians and their families plate up a little food for thought when it comes to Princeton University and its tax exemption status.

Princeton Theological Seminary Hosts Discussion with Robert Wuthnow

Princeton Theological Seminary welcomes Robert Wuthnow to its library where he will discuss and sign copies of his new book, “Inventing American Religion: Polls, Surveys, and the Tenuous Quest for a Nation’s Faith.”

Princeton Police Department Swears in Six New Officers

Princeton Police Department Chief, Nicholas Sutter swore in six new probationary officers on Monday, Nov. 9 during Princeton Council’s public meeting.

Residents re-elect Howard, Liverman to Council

Elizabeth Kalber Baglio, Dafna Kendal, Patrick Sullivan win seats on Princeton Board of Education. Your unofficial election results as of Thursday, Nov. 5.