Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Princeton names Michael Yeh director of emergency and safety services

The appointment will become effective Aug. 24

Travel the world without leaving New Jersey, with ‘fauxcations’

While COVID-19 may have put the kibosh on many vacations, it has not canceled the change to visit a Belgian town, an Indian temple or even Colonial America.

10 things to do in New Jersey this August

From a tomato fest in Princeton to a triathalon in Wildwood, 10 activities to fill the last month of summer vacation in the Garden State.

Princeton University, John Witherspoon Middle School challenging racist legacies

As Princeton University scrubs Woodrow Wilson's name from its buildings, residents eye a similar change for John Witherspoon Middle School.

NJDA offers guidance on unsolicited mystery seeds

Unsolicited seeds could be invasive, introduce diseases to local plants or be harmful to livestock.

Hotpanada: Hamilton food truck serves up empanadas with international flair

Hotpanada has traditional empanadas on its menu, like the Beefenada, the Chickenada and the Bean & Cheeseanada. But that’s not all

Princeton government declares racism a public health crisis

Rallies supporting the Black Lives Matter movement were held throughout June. And the movement continued into Princeton’s government.

More Than Q opens in West Windsor

More Than Q is set to open June 30 in The Square at West Windsor shopping plaza

Two council seats at stake in Princeton primary

The mayor’s office and two seats on Princeton council appear on the ballot during this year’s delayed primary election.

Ready to dine outdoors? Princeton has an abundance of tasty options

Outdoor dining spots in Princeton sprout like dandelions in the spring. Some are official, others are created at little places where food and seating come together.

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Kevin Johnson sues Bordentown Township, officials for racial discrimination

Johnson, a Black real estate developer behind Team85 Fitness and Wellness, filed a lawsuit against Bordentown Township and five current and former municipal officials Sept. 9.