Dave Hart has made it a personal goal to raise up his ancestor’s story. He has written and directed the documentary "John Hart: Portrait of a Patriot."
Normally, a patient after surgery stays in bed, rests, gets pain meds, and generally recharges. Not this patient.
Over the past 15 years or so, I’ve been a part of it all, beginning every April with setups for rowing (crew) races at Princeton University, and ending in December with a tent to cover the animals at a Living Nativity in Trenton.
We all want the customer and visitor experience to be memorable, and we’d like for folks who have not yet come to Princeton to add this destination to their ‘bucket list.’
With summer upon us, let us consider water safety. First of all, never swim if there is no lifeguard on duty.
In lieu of superintendent Kathie Foster’s monthly article, the following is an excerpt from RHS Teacher of the Year Tom Brettell’s graduation remarks June 20.
On June 19, I appeared before Hamilton Township Council asking for its support as Robbinsville continues its quest to secure ‘Robbinsville 08691.”
If anybody had warned me how quickly 15 years would fly and I would be writing my last Suburban Mom column, I never would have believed it, but here it is, and here I am.
It’s finally summer in Princeton. We had to wait until late spring to get warm, but now the roses are blooming and the air is dripping with fragrant honeysuckle.
I now possess about 23,000 shirts, almost all of which I got for free. Consequently, I am having trouble closing my dresser drawers.