Monthly Archives: March 2016

Famed Princeton Cemetery Looks Set To Miss Out On Historic Designation

March 18 was Grover Cleveland’s birthday. One of the most successful politicians of the post-Civil War era, Grover Cleveland made Princeton his home, and is buried here, in the famous Princeton Cemetery. This cemetery was recognized over a century ago … Continue reading

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Princeton U. Eclipses Yale With Big Bikeshare Expansion

In the Ivy League Bikeshare Battle, Princeton has taken the lead against Yale University with a significant increase in available rental bikes. The local ‘Zagster’ bikeshare program, which we profiled at its launch in 2014, saw a big expansion March 21, as … Continue reading

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Who Will Princeton Dems Endorse For Council?

In the coming week, Princeton’s Democratic Party Club, the PCDO, and the Princeton Democrat Municipal Committee will decide who to ‘endorse’ for the upcoming primary. the primary, which will happen in June, will decide which Democrats will contest the Princeton council … Continue reading

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Council Candidate Tim Quinn’s Answers About Walkable Living

This November, Princeton will elect two Council members. On the Democratic Party side, four candidates are running, and the Princeton Community Democratic Organization will meet this Sunday, March 20, to make endorsements. Ahead of the PCDO meeting, we contacted the … Continue reading

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Council Candidate Anne Waldron Neumann’s Answers About Walkable Living

This November, Princeton will elect two Council members. On the Democratic Party side, four candidates are running, and the Princeton Community Democratic Organization will meet this Sunday, March 20, to make endorsements. Ahead of the PCDO meeting, we contacted the … Continue reading

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Council Candidate Leticia Fraga’s Answers About Walkable Living

This November, Princeton will elect two Council members. On the Democratic Party side, four candidates are running, and the Princeton Community Democratic Organization will meet this Sunday, March 20, to make endorsements. Ahead of the PCDO meeting, we contacted the … Continue reading

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Council Candidate Jenny Crumiller’s Answers About Walkable Living

This November, Princeton will elect two Council members. On the Democratic Party side, four candidates are running, and the Princeton Community Democratic Organization will meet this Sunday, March 20, to make endorsements. Ahead of the PCDO meeting, we contacted the … Continue reading

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