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SOLUTIONS 9/25: Storms and fire

By Huck Fairman The world is changing, the physical world and the political ones. Fires have been raging not only in our northwest and in California...

Common calendar, Packet papers, Sept. 25

Editor's Note: Please call before attending any event. As of press time, certain restrictions were still in place due to the coronavirus outbreak.   Ongoing The Township...

Morven Museum & Garden’s Festival of Trees tradition continues

Morven Museum & Garden’s Festival of Trees is a juried collection of trees and mantles decorated by area garden clubs and non-profit partners displayed...

The Hun School starts school year in blended learning model

After careful consideration and planning, The Hun School officially opened its 107th academic year on Sept. 8th following a virtual convocation. This year’s convocation was...

Mercer County Park Commission receives funds for Roebling Park, Abbott Marshlands

The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have announced that the Mercer County Park Commission will be awarded...

Blood donations critically needed

Plasma from whole blood donations made through the American Red Cross that test positive for COVID-19 antibodies may now help current coronavirus patients in...

Princeton middle school teacher motivates students to enjoy reading

Lisa McGhee is helping her students find the value in reading, when her Book Club returns for its second year at the Princeton Unified...

Designs announced for new Princeton University Art Museum

The Princeton University Art Museum revealed the design for its new building embodying flexibility, openness and connectivity to break down barriers to participation and...

Princeton school board candidates will participate in forum on Sept. 30

Eight candidates for three seats on the Princeton Public Schools Board of Education will make their case for election at a virtual candidates forum...

Princeton residents asked to provide feedback on five-year consolidated plan for CDBG grant

A second hearing has been scheduled for Princeton's participation in the federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Entitlement program. The hearing on Sept. 29 is...

Businesses owners do not want Witherspoon Street closed to traffic

Aiming to refine what residents would like a refurbished Witherspoon Street to look like - now that the town has a $610,000 state grant...

Opinion: Michele Tuck-Ponder will ‘make the right investments’ for Princeton students

We are supporting Michele Tuck-Ponder for a second term on the Princeton Board of Education. Michele has the leadership experience that we can trust to...

Princeton Adult School begins new season with 145 class offerings

The Princeton Adult School (PAS), whose motto is "Learning Never Ends," crafted a selection of 145 classes that reflect a creativity and commitment to...

LOOSE ENDS 9/25: The Jewish Center of Princeton’s Rosh Hashanah service

By Pam Hersh I felt sad and numb – like I was living on the set of one of Shakespeare’s grim tragedies and in no...

Remediation of contaminated land will fulfill a dream for Liberty State Park

By Michele S. Byers Liberty State Park in Jersey City – the state’s most popular park, with more than five million annual visitors – has...
Eric Sucar

Princeton gardener receives awards from Pennsylvania Horticultural Society

The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS) announced the winners of its 2020 Gardening Contest, an annual gardening competition that typically attracts hundreds of entries from...
Photo courtesy of The Princeton Festival

Executive and artistic director leaves Princeton Festival

The Princeton Festival announced that Richard Tang Yuk, executive and artistic director and one of the organization’s founders, has decided to leave the festival. “After...

SOLUTIONS 9/18: Gas powered SUVs are killing us

By Huck Fairman SUVS are the second largest cause of the global increase in emissions over the last decade. This is the conclusion of the...
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