Saturday, February 17, 2018

African Soiree to fund search for Riverblindness cure

Dana Hughes Moorehead, left, and Susan Lidstone make plans for the...

Need wheels? Rent a bike

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Princeton Public Library to offer tax help for seniors

Seniors and people of low and moderate income can get free help preparing and electronically filing their federal and New Jersey state tax returns at Princeton Public Library.Part of...

Princeton ArtWalk scheduled to return May 2

Princeton ArtWalk, a series of Thursday evenings highlighting the array of visual arts destinations available in downtown Princeton, will next take place Thursday, May 2 from 5 to 8...

Chapin to host character education conference

The Center for Spiritual and Ethical Education selected Chapin School to host a conference on character education.Character Education: Building Model Programs in Elementary Schools is scheduled for Nov. 1-2.Independent...

Watch a game of 19th century ‘base ball’ this month in Princeton

Calling all baseball-lovers and history-buffs: the Historical Society of Princeton will present its annual 19th century “base ball” game on Saturday, June 24.

Street performer juggles his options

By Nicole Cortese and Bill Sanservino Area residents and visitors may have spotted a new show on the streets in Princeton — interactive juggling street artist and entrepreneur Will Imbert...

Growing up in a neighborhood where history matters

The Witherspoon-Jackson neigh­borhood is experiencing dramatic changes. Home to many working class and African American families dating back to the late 18th century, the neighborhood has been subject to...

Two MCCC ‘gentlemen’ launch game

After working together on a project for one of their Game Design classes, Mercer County Community College students Matt Guido and John-Paul Yunque have taken their game, Lunch War,...

All-day breakfast featured at new café

While coffee shops in Princeton are not an anomaly, Café 44—located at 44 Leigh Ave. across the street from the new location of Tortuga’s Mexican Village—is unlike any of...

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State, local officials go to war with embattled Trenton Water Works

The water flowing out of the taps of Trenton Water Works’ customers is safe to drink. But, with repeated operational issues eroding trust in the quality of water, scores of local and state officials are working to ensure it stays that way.