Monday, October 22, 2018

Ethnic dining offerings expand in Princeton

The newest addition to the restaurant offerings at Princeton Shopping Center is the Pho Spot, opening soon in the corner space near Cross Culture Indian restaurant and Dunkin Donuts.

Time’s up for downtown Princeton’s old parking meters

Led by Council’s Jenny Crumiller above left, engineer Bob Hough, Council member Tim Quinn, and town engineer Deanna Stockton, Princeton prepares to overhaul its 20th century parking management system.

Pizza Den opens on Nassau Street

Pizza Den, sandwiched between the two branches of Hoagie Haven at 242 Nassau Street, offers your typical range of pizzas and toppings.

Meet the Princeton council candidates

This article was originally published in the June 2018 Princeton Echo. Five Democrats and one Republican will appear on ballots in the June 5 primary election for Princeton Council. Adam Bierman,...

Yardley Players bring ‘Beauty and the Beast’ to Kelsey Theatre

The Yardley Players are bringing the beloved Disney musical Beauty and the Beast to Mercer County Community College’s Kelsey Theatre Nov. 2 to Nov. 11.

Princeton Adult School offers a world of cooking at your fingertips

The Princeton community’s vaunted diversity is on display this fall, not in a theater or a museum, but in the cooking classes offered by the Princeton Adult School.

Portion of Cherry Valley Road in Princeton to close for three months

A portion of Cherry Valley Road in Princeton will be closed to through traffic for roughly 90 days as crews work to replace a bridge.

Princeton Area Community Foundation awards $3 million in grants to help local students

The Princeton Area Community Foundation is awarding $3 million in grants to 10 nonprofit and school partnerships that will work to reduce absenteeism.

Unsafe at any speed: How can we make Princeton streets safer?

A year ago a pedestrian was killed at the intersection of Nassau Street and Washington Road. How can we make Princeton's streets safer?

Historical Society of Princeton installs history trail at Updike Farmstead

The Historical Society of Princeton recently installed six pieces of interpretive signage, dubbed the “Farmstead History Trail,” at Updike Farmstead.