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Waiting for Mr. Right: Adventures of being over 40 and single in Princeton

Over 40 and single in Princeton? Kristin Friberg knows the scene, and shares her adventures and misadventures.

Princeton residential real estate transactions

The following listings of residential home sales, which closed between June 1 and 15, 2017, are based on public records and tax files.

Eating Clubs Unveiled: Inside a Princeton institution

The historic and architectural legacy of the eating clubs has been documented in a new coffee-table book published by the Princeton Prospect Foundation.

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

Princeton Open Houses: what’s for show Sunday, Jan. 14?

The following open houses are scheduled to take place in Princeton on Sunday, Jan. 14.

From fat cat to racketeer? Jay Regan says no way

A system to beat the dealer at blackjack paved the way for Jay Regan’s successful Princeton Newport Partners. Federal RICO charges brought the firm down, but after the convictions were thrown out, Regan got back to work.

Local Greek restaurant brings Greek hospitality to Princeton

Local Greek, the new dining spot on Leigh Avenue, is abuzz with patrons choosing items to take out and diners lingering over lunch. Clearly, word is getting around.

PJ’s Pancake House expands to Kingston

A new PJ’s Pancake House will make its debut in the former Kingston’s Main Street Cafe building in March.

Award-winning poet Tracy K. Smith is ‘Living the Good Life’ in Princeton

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Housing lawsuit targets five Mercer County towns

Unable to reach a settlement, five Mercer County towns are involved in a trial that could result in the town being required to provide for almost 2,000 units of affordable housing by through 2025.

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