Thursday, April 15, 2021

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Pia de Jong: The tears of compassion

Compassion is a generous emotion, the one that concerns itself not with ourself but with others

Witherspoon Street’s future is one-way and walkable

What started as a pandemic-induced solution for outdoor dining is on its way to becoming a permanent feature of Princeton’s downtown landscape

At Cranbury Station, it’s the most wonderful time of the year

Kathleen Morolda’s series of holiday images based on the lyrics of “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year” are on back on view

All the world’s a ‘Christmas Carol’ stage

“A Christmas Carol @ Home” is their novel solution to the stay-at-home blahs. The boxes include individually wrapped envelopes with scenes from the story, designed to be performed together in person or virtually

Pia de Jong: When 1 percent matters most

Thanks to FaceTime, Skype, WhatsApp, and Zoom, we are instantly in each other’s living room

What you need to know before you vote in the Nov. 3 general election

The process of voting, details on how to register or update your registration and how to check online to ensure your ballot has arrived.

Meet the school board candidates: Princeton

The Princeton Echo asked each candidate for the Princeton Board of Education to answer questions about their backgrounds, experience, and priorities for the schools. Their answers are presented below in alphabetical order by last name

In the age of social distancing, Kids2Kids helps Princeton students connect

“I think that one of the hardest things for the students has been that loss of social interaction and connection,” Kate Becker says. Through Kids2Kids, those one-off interactions can be turned into meaningful friendships via one-on-one for regular, informal conversations in a virtual setting.

Transformations planned for downtown Princeton

The public was given its first glimpse of plans for the historic 20 Nassau St. office building at the Aug. 12 meeting of Princeton’s Site Plan Review Advisory Board

Mercer County law enforcement arrest 58 in Santander Bank ATM scam

As of Aug. 20, police say prepaid debit cards were used to steal more than $250,000 from ATMs across Mercer County.

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