A year ago a pedestrian was killed at the intersection of Nassau Street and Washington Road. How can we make Princeton's streets safer?
Princeton Future is a nonprofit with a mission to bring together knowledgeable people with innovative ideas. What's next for the organization?
A few years ago Miya’s president and his wife moved to Princeton. They decided the time was ripe to go retail, and Miya Table & Home was born.
The two 20-somethings behind Dharmasoul have their senses and hearts open and are paying attention to what’s happening around them.
Princeton's Hilary Persky has covered the property in native plants suited to the unique climate of central New Jersey. It's the latest gardening trend to hit Mercer County.
Peacock Inn has undergone a rebirth as an upper-tier boutique hotel, but perhaps there is something here for Princeton residents of more modest means.
For some people Barsky is synonymous with tear downs of small homes and the building of McMansions that seem out of proportion in the neighborhood.
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.
Outdoor dining spots in Princeton sprout like dandelions in the spring. Some are official, others are created at little places where food and seating come together.
Two Princeton restaurateurs have at least two things in common: career paths that took radical turns and choosing Princeton as the stage for the second act of their professional lives.