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In a press release sent earlier today, the Municipality of Princeton announced that there have been 10 total cases of COVID-19 among Princeton residents. At least three of these individuals are over 65 years old, and one individual is a University student.
Two additional cases of COVID-19 have been identified in Princeton, including the first case not to be linked to the Feb. 29 house party where multiple attendees were exposed to the virus.
A Princeton Public School District employee has tested positive for COVID-19, according to a press release issued by the Princeton Health Department on March 19.
On Sunday, a third University staff member tested positive for COVID-19, according to an exclusive statement to The Daily Princetonian from Deputy University Spokesperson Mike Hotchkiss.
One of the two University staff members under self-quarantine since Tuesday has tested positive for COVID-19, according to an email sent to all students.
In response to the coronavirus pandemic, several town organizations have followed the University in canceling, postponing, or virtually conducting previously planned events. Over recent days, local schools and businesses have enacted a slew of new procedures.
Five total attendees of a Feb. 29 private party in Princeton have now tested positive for the coronavirus. Three of the patients are Pennsylvania residents, whose test results were announced Wednesday, March 11, according to Planet Princeton.
As of March 8, four Democrats have declared their candidacies for Princeton’s municipal primary election, which will be held on June 2.
Princeton Mayor Liz Lempert decried a new lawsuit by the Trump administration against a New Jersey policy limiting cooperation with federal immigration authorities and emphasized that Princeton’s policy has not changed.
After an alleged verbal altercation that escalated to violence and robbery last Thursday on Witherspoon Street, the Princeton Police Department reported two successful arrests of the perpetrators.
On Feb. 4, the Princeton Police Department began a body camera pilot with six police officers, starting the trial phase of a program initiative four years in the making.
The Princeton Town Council has officially condemned conditions in U.S. detention centers for undocumented immigrants while calling for a universal legal services program that would provide legal representation to such detainees.
On Jan. 18, the University Art Museum opened a new art installment, entitled “Creation Myths,” at the recently renovated Bainbridge House, located on 158 Nassau Street.
This winter, for the first time, Palmer Square’s festive holiday decor brings a new activity to town residents and students alike: an outdoor ice-skating rink. The Glice rink is located on Hulfish Street, directly behind Nassau Inn.
After months spent out of commission and multiple different dates announced for its restoration, the Dinky finally resumed service on Sunday, May 12.
The Princeton Council held a meeting in the Whig Senate Chamber at 7 pm on May 8, the first town council meeting ever held on the University campus. Students and Council members discussed a number of issues facing the University and the town, as well as possibilities for collaboration between the two entities. All Princeton Council members were present, including Princeton Mayor Liz Lempert.
The Princeton Police Department (PPD) has identified a suspect who scammed around $800 after entering three Nassau Street businesses and falsely claiming to be a “fire extinguisher inspector.” PPD had shared surveillance photos of the suspect through a Facebook post.
The Princeton Police Department (PPD) has received a report of a groping incident that occurred near campus on Tuesday, Feb. 26, according to a crime alert on the Department of Public Safety’s (DPS) website.
Ford F. Graham ’86 and his wife Katherine B. Graham, who once resided on Prospect Avenue, allegedly defrauded members of their social circle by selling unregistered securities that they presented as profitable opportunities in gas and oil investments, according to a civil complaint filed against them.
The Princeton Dinky, which was “temporarily discontinued” on Oct. 14 and expected to return in late January, will now remain out of commission until mid-2019 at the earliest.