Sunday, July 5, 2020

Coalition for Peace Action set to host protest in Princeton

The protest is scheduled for June 2 at 5 p.m. at the intersection of Nassau and Witherspoon streets.

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.

Princeton Community Auction raises $40K for local businesses

The almost $40,000 raised by the Princeton Community Auction will be allocated equally among 25 eligible local businesses in need.

Betty Wold Johnson remembered as preservationist and philanthropist extraordinaire (video)

Area nonprofit leaders hail the legacy of the Hopewell resident, who died May 5 at the age of 92

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.

Princeton’s Steve Cochrane named county superintendent of the year

Steve Cochrane, superintendent of Princeton Public Schools, has been named county Superintendent of the Year by the Mercer County Association of School Administrators.

Area school districts continue meal programs for the food insecure

School districts have been working hard to continue free and reduced food programs to assist students during the ongoing health crisis.

Princeton University commits $1M to offset COVID-19 economic distress

Princeton University has established the Princeton University Relief Fund to provide additional direct support to community organizations that are working to alleviate economic distress related to COVID-19 among individuals and businesses.

Monumental “Life” exhibition opens and closes in Princeton

Unless social distancing regulations are reversed and the exhibition is allowed to reopens before its scheduled closing on June 21, readers will have to experience it online.

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