Monday, July 6, 2020

Mr. Rogers’ Neighbors Kindness Project ‘win-win’ for Princeton businesses, people in need

In the first three weeks of the project alone, more than $10,000 worth of products had been made available to—and accepted by—those in need.

Mercer County restaurant guide: who’s open, who’s delivering, what’s new

The latest information we have gathered on area restaurants, including contact info, pick-up and delivery options, specials, and more

Alexander Street/Road to reopen in Princeton, West Windsor

By the end of next week, Alexander Road is scheduled to reopen upon the completion of two separate bridge replacement projects.

Mercer County area grocery store update: hours, delivery, seniors, more

A number of area grocery stores have altered their hours and services due to safety precautions necessitated by the spread of COVID-19

Kilwins’ Taylor Frye happy as a kid in a candy store

Michigan native never imagined that one day he would be the proprietor of a Kilwins of his very own

Robert Vanderbei: light — and stars — at the nexus of science and art

On Wednesday, Aug. 14, Vanderbei will lead a discussion following a screening of a documentary about renowned physicist Brian Cox

Chipotle-style Korean BBQ comes to Princeton

If you’re looking to dip your toe in the waters of Korean cuisine, KBG is a sensible place to start. But if you’re hoping to have an authentic international experience, KBG probably isn’t the place to find it.

More plans considered in Princeton for Hamilton-Wiggins

Whether you loved or hated the bicycle lane temporarily installed last year on Wiggins Street and Hamilton Avenue, you will be interested in the latest news posted by walkableprinceton.com.

Clarke Cottage: cautionary tale or dedicated historic preservation

For some, the continuing story of the Clarke Cottage may be a cautionary tale about the challenges and frustrations of repairing an historic Princeton house — especially when a $2,000 fine is involved.

Once a tear-down target, 20 Green Street is now primed for urban restoration

Having stood vacant for some 30 years, the house at 20 Green Street appeared ripe for a tear-down. Then, Jeaninne and Robert Honstein quietly acquired the Princeton property.

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