Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Princeton University Art Museum extends its Nassau Street footprint

The Princeton University Art Museum is staking its claim to Nassau Street. Earlier this fall the museum opened Art@Bainbridge, an exhibition space in the historic Bainbridge House at 158...

Princeton Zoning Board nixes proposed duplex

Owner-occupancy requirement at the heart of disagreement, rulings

Princeton Merchants Association: Pure holiday magic

This holiday season, the Princeton Merchants Association has collaborated with a number of community partners to make that snow globe dream a reality in Princeton

A. C. Moore closing all stores, shutting down online business

Some stores will reopen in 2020 as Michaels

Princeton Merchant’s Association: Princeton has a story to tell

Princeton will soon get a piece of the storytelling action, as The Moth Mainstage makes its McCarter Theater debut on Friday, Nov. 22

Princeton Merchants Association: thriving during construction

The spirit of cooperation and recommitting ourselves to our town’s vitality will be important as our community faces an upcoming challenge that, while small in comparison to others in our history, will require our collective spirit of collaboration — and patience

2 stores to open Thursday morning in Nassau Park

New Homesense set for grand opening while T.J.Maxx moves across the street from Mercer Mall

Barn Picks & Stuff to open in Quakerbridge Mall

Barn Picks & Stuff, a home decor store with a rustic theme, is coming to Quakerbridge Mall.

Kmart to close Hamilton location this year

Hamilton’s Kmart will be closing this fall, a victim of the chain’s troubled finances. The location at the intersection at Kuser Road and White Horse Avenue in Hamilton is one of four New Jersey stores in this round of shutterings.

2 Bordentown City restaurants to receive Green Business awards

Recognized for their efforts to 'go green'

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Township manager Kevin Nerwinski talks the state of Lawrence in 2020

Lawrence editor Bill Sanservino sat down with township municipal manager Kevin Nerwinski on Jan. 17 to talk about the state of the township as it enters a new decade