Saturday, October 19, 2019

Signs of progress as affordable housing negotiations drag on in Princeton

Officials have been unable to shed much light on details of their plan at this point

Princeton news: Bring on the backyard chickens

PEC holding chicken information session Saturday, Oct. 5, at 10:30 a.m. at Princeton Public Library

Lisa Wu challenges Brian Hughes in Mercer County executive race

Two countywide offices are on the ballot this Election Day: Mercer County executive and Mercer County freeholder.

Local Greek opens Small Bites on Nassau Street in Princeton

Restaurant will offer quick bite versions of Local Greek favorites

Parting Shot: Culture and kids

Culture is primarily about adapting to something that most others think is normal, even though you may have doubts about it. Nowhere is this more sharply felt than in child-rearing....

Kathryn Weidener: telling a storyteller’s story

Weidener is president of the New Jersey Storytelling Network

Neighbors say no way to new Princeton homes

Lanwin Development seeks to build 30 homes on part of a 90-acre tract it owns on the Princeton Ridge. The entrance to the development would be off Herrontown Road

New Jersey’s main squeeze: Princeton celebrates the tomato

Why not create a celebration of the tomato? After all, the colorful tomato is the iconic New Jersey vegetable

Eclair Café: owner/co-chefs share vision of French cuisine for America

Ron Suzuki and Marie-Mathilde Laplanche have a vision of what a French bistro should be, and they have brought it to life this year at Eclair Café in Pennington and Princeton

A 21st century twist for 18th century homes: see Princeton’s “Green Oval” digital tours on...

The Historical Society of Princeton is turning to 21st-century technology to help preserve and share Princeton’s 18th-century history

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Five candidates running for three Ewing School Board seats

Two incumbents and three newcomers are running for election to the Ewing School Board