Can the men and women donating their time to Princeton still effectively safeguard this community?
Proponents of “Non-Condemnation Area in Need of Redevelopment” say statutes provide welcome alternative to a normally cumbersome zoning process
Plan is for expanded graduate housing, an "innovation hub," open space and athletic areas, and additional parking
Repairs expected to last at least 10 days; rush hour impact significant
How Jeff Snyder morphs into Owen Lake (and the Tragic Loves)
RWJ Medical School professor Frederick Lepore’s new book follows Einstein’s brain on its odyssey from 112 Mercer Street, above, to the autopsy table at Princeton Hospital, and, eventually, into the hands of scientists.
Just glance at Princeton’s new zoning code, and you will notice at least one major change. Interspersed between the usual pages of dry, bulleted text, are colorful house diagrams — more like an architect’s sketchbook than your average zoning handbook.
Princeton resident Chris Hedges’ new book, ‘America: The Farewell Tour’ paints a grim caricature of our country. Trouble is that sometimes the portrait is all too real.
Whether you loved or hated the bicycle lane temporarily installed last year on Wiggins Street and Hamilton Avenue, you will be interested in the latest news posted by walkableprinceton.com.
For some, the continuing story of the Clarke Cottage may be a cautionary tale about the challenges and frustrations of repairing an historic Princeton house — especially when a $2,000 fine is involved.