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Princeton Officials Consider New Policy for Sunday Events in Town

Outgoing Princeton Administrator Bob Bruschi has recommended that town officials adopt a new policy for events held in Princeton on Sundays. Bruschi told the Princeton Council Monday night that he is recommending that Communiversity, the town and gown arts celebration held each April and organized by the Arts Council of Princeton, be held the fourth […]

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Princeton Today: Hello Dalai

His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, will visit Princeton University today to give a public talk and meet with students and faculty to discuss the meaning of service. The Dalai Lama will give the talk “Develop the Heart” at 9:30 a.m. at Jadwin Gymnasium. He will highlight the importance of developing compassion and kindness, […]

Obituary: TCNJ Wrestling Coach David Icenhower Dies at 66

Legendary wrestling coach David B. Icenhower, who guided the Lions team at The College of New Jersey for 35 seasons, died Saturday, Oct. 25, after a long battle with cancer. He was 66. Born in Norfolk, Va., he lived in the Mercer county area for the last 40 years, most recently in Robbinsville. “Ice” attended […]

Letters: Afsheen Shamsi an Advocate for Princeton Students

To the Editor: I would like to thank the four candidates for the Princeton Public Schools Board of Education for their willingness to run and serve. It is rewarding work, and I encourage more members of the community to do the same. I write to ask voters to support my colleague Afsheen Shamsi. Afsheen is […]

Another Case of Whooping Cough Confirmed in Princeton Public Schools

A third elementary school student has been diagnosed with whooping cough in Princeton. A letter was sent home to parents of students at Community Park School today notifying them that a student attending the school has a confirmed case of whooping cough. Another student at the same school tested positive for whooping cough in late […]

Obituary: H. Robert Schroeder Dies at 62

H. Robert Schroeder, a former state police employee and photographer, died Oct. 22 at the at Lourdes Specialty Hospital of Southern New Jersey. He was 62. His mother, Gladys DeSantis Schroeder, died at the age of 90 two days before her son died. Born in Trenton, Robert was a life-long area resident. He retired as […]

Letters: Thanks for Supporting the Library Book Sale

The Friends of the Princeton Public Library held their Annual Book Sale the weekend of October 17-19. Once again we had wonderful weather and a record-breaking sale, thanks to book lovers from near and far. We are grateful to our dedicated volunteers whose work throughout the year as well as during the sale itself makes […]

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Princeton Today: Rush Holt Reflects on 16 Years in Congress

The ACLU of New Jersey will host the talk “Scientist and Civil Libertarian: A Conversation with Congressman Rush Holt” at 7 p.m. tonight at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Princeton. Holt has represented New Jersey’s 12th Congressional District for 16 years.  He will sit down with ACLU of New Jersey’s Udi Ofer for a conversation […]

Robbie the Cat Missing from Princeton

A Robbie the cat has been missing from the Hartley/South Harrison are of Princeton since Friday morning. Robbie Is a black cat with white and orange markings. When he went missing he was wearing a blue bib to prevent him from catching birds. If you have seen Robbie, please contact Planet Princeton at editor@planetprinceton.com or […]

Why Princeton Should Care about American Cyanamid Property Redevelopment

Recently, the Howard Hughes Corporation (HHC) asked the West Windsor Town Council to consider designating as an “Area in Need of Redevelopment” its 650-acre American Cyanamid property across the road from Quaker Bridge Mall. This follows a presentation last year where HHC proposed redeveloping the property as a master planned community similar to its Woodlands […]

Planet Princeton Weekend Picks, Oct. 24-26

    Friday, October 24 Biodrama and Documentary Theater- Students in this Princeton University class will present theater vignettes on the themes of love, death, secrets and frustration on everyday living stages”on campus and in the town of Princeton at 1:30 p.m. The course — taught by Argentine theater director Vivi Tellas, the Belknap Fellow […]

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