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Just last Wednesday, when the Times Holiday Appeal total reached $7,880, the Rose and Louis H. Linowitz Charitable Foundation pledged to match the next $5,000 raised, challenging Times readers and area organizations to be generous this holiday season.
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At a meeting Monday evening that Mayor Liz Lempert called "the first of its kind in Princeton," new Princeton University President Christopher Eisgruber sat at a table with Princeton Council for a public conversation about current and future University initiatives.
The Somerset County Park Foundation has just released a chronicle in words and pictures of the history of the Somerset County Park Commission, "Natural Beauty: Somerset County Parks" by Clifford W. Zink.
Police are seeking the public's assistance in locating 23-year Jessica Terranova of North Brunswick.
Negotiations between Princeton residents, the municipality, and the Williams Company, which is proposing a 1.2-mile natural gas pipeline through the Princeton Ridge, have resulted in some recent concessions by the company regarding safety and environmental sensitivity.
In the past, given our space constraints, it has been impossible for us to consider how our space could have a larger impact More than 60 years ago, the prefabricated building that would serve as the home of Westerly Road Church was delivered to Princeton on a train car.
When Anthony D.J. Branker heard about Trayvon Martin, he could not help but think of an experience he had in his early 20s, just after graduating from Princeton University.
PRINCETON - An outside consulting firm that spent months analyzing the police department's operations told council tonight that a new police chief is needed, and soon.
Willis H. Ware SM '42, an electrical engineer who in the late 1940s helped build a machine that would become a blueprint for computer design in the 20th century, and who later played an important role in defining the importance of personal privacy in the information age, died Nov. 22 at his home in Santa Monica, Calif.
MONTGOMERY - A Manville auto technician was struck when the car he was working on was pushed off the lift by another car at a dealership, police said.
An accountant for a famous Princeton University musical-comedy group whose members have included F. Scott Fitzgerald and Brooke Shields has been charged with embezzling more than $100,000 from the club since 2010, prosecutors said Monday.
YEREVAN, December 2, /ARKA/ A Gallup survey revealed that 37 percent of Armenians rated their lives poorly enough to be considered "suffering.
Husband and wife physicians Charlie and Sandra Gatt frequently talked shop and compared notes.
Following approval by the Mercer County freeholders, the company aims to buy the sludge-processing plant on Duck Island as the basis for a business that would be a first of its kind in New Jersey.
Young Americans Least Familiar With Healthcare Law - Democrats, those with lower incomes also less familiar - PRINCETON, NJ - Americans younger than 30, a key group targeted by the Affordable Care Act, continue to be the least familiar with it.