Princeton Packet

WEST WINDSOR-PLAINSBORO: In defense of the Whole Child program

Bushra Hasan  The Whole Child program initiated by West Windsor-Plainsboro schools Superintendent David Aderhold has faced serious backlash with regard to the A&E math program,...

University president seeks fair treatment

Christopher L. Eisgruber, Princeton University Many on our campus and around the country have expressed understandable concern about the arrest this past weekend of Professor...

Professor’s accusations contribute to racism

Julian Svedosh, Princeton I am astonished at Imani Perry’s story. It’s completely understandable that she had unpaid parking tickets. Perhaps someone swiped the tickets from...

Cannot support the shaming of women

David H. Schraeger, Hamilton Hillary Clinton is desperate and has called in surrogates Gloria Steinem and Madeleine Albright. Ms. Steinem said on “Real Time with Bill...

Adopt a meat-free diet for Lent

Ivan Slotzky, Princeton This Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent, the 40-day period before Easter, when many Christians abstain from animal foods in remembrance of...

PRINCETON: Local health officials being proactive against potential spread of Zika virus here

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer The Princeton Health Department is looking to stay one step ahead of the Zika virus should it spread to...

MONTGOMERY: Icy conditions Wednesday result in accidents

By Lea Kahn, Staff Writer MONTGOMERY — Slick road conditions resulted in five accidents during a one-hour period on Wednesday morning, but no serious injuries...

WEST WINDSOR: Would-be shoplifters threaten security officer

By Lea Kahn. Staff Writer WEST WINDSOR — Two would-be shoplifters threatened to shoot a Walmart loss prevention officer outside the store, before fleeing empty-handed...

MONTGOMERY: State holding hearing on open trench for pipeline

By Lea Kahn, Staff Writer MONTGOMERY — A public hearing on Williams-Transco’s request to dig a trench to install the final segment of the Skillman...

PRINCETON: Council hears renewed calls for paid sick leave ordinance

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer Princeton council members this week heard renewed calls for them to require employers in town to give their workers...

PLAINSBORO: Pending appeals, township-wide reassessment process nearly complete

By Lea Kahn, Staff Writer PLAINSBORO — The township-wide reassessment of residential, commercial and industrial properties — the first one in 10 years — is...

PRINCETON: Distance squad leads PHS to track title

By Bob Nuse, Sports Editor The Princeton High School boys have had plenty of success in track and field over the last three decades. But over...

Economically Speaking: Nobel Prize winner Angus Deaton will discuss his new book at Princeton...

By Philip Sean Curran    Light rain fell outside the third-floor office where Angus Deaton works in Wallace Hall on the Princeton University campus, an office...

WEST WINDSOR: South girls roll to CJ III track title

By Bob Nuse, Sports Editor Christina Rancan won three events to help the West Windsor-Plainsboro South girls track and field team to the Central Jersey...

MONTGOMERY: Cougar girls eye ‘A’ swimming repeat

By Bob Nuse, Sports Editor Kathryn Doo was part of the depth that helped the Montgomery High girls swim team win the state Public A...

PRINCETON: Racial overtones injected into traffic stop, arrest of university professor (updated and with...

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer Princeton police have asked the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office to investigate their handling of a traffic stop and subsequent...

PRINCETON: IAS calls police on what it claims were Battlefield Society people taking unauthorized...

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer People reportedly working on behalf of the Princeton Battlefield Society allegedly went onto Institute for Advanced Study property on...

PRINCETON: Judge once again refuses to dismiss property tax lawsuit against university

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer A New Jersey tax court judge on Friday rejected a request by Princeton University to dismiss three citizens’ lawsuits...
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