Monday, October 22, 2018

Arts Council of Prince­ton seeking new executive director

The Arts Council of Prince­ton is scheduled for a busy September — all while the organization hunts for a new executive director.

Send Hunger Packing Prince­ton aims to address food insecurity in and out of school

Send Hunger Packing Princeton hosts its annual fundraiser in Hinds Plaza on September 23. We took a look back on the organization's start and look ahead to its future.

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.

What’s in Princeton Future’s future?

Princeton Future is a nonprofit with a mission to bring together knowledgeable people with innovative ideas. What's next for the organization?

Miya Table & Home brings a touch of Japanese culture to Palmer Square

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.

A library among the trees

A library in a tree in a park that is itself a library of trees.

Letter: I support the Princeton schools referendum

I support the Princeton Public Schools Facilities Referendum and urge everyone to vote yes on both questions presented.

Five years after township and borough consolidation, how is Princeton doing?

It’s been more than five years since the old Borough and Township created the new, consolidated Princeton. How has it worked out?

More school wrangling, one more BOE candidate

One more candidate for the Board of Education and a brand new lawsuit against the Princeton Public Schools are the latest developments in the continuing turmoil surrounding school board issues.

Princeton-Blairstown Center’s Summer Bridge Program wins national award

The Princeton-Blairstown Center was awarded the prestigious New York Life Foundation Excellence in Summer Learning Founder’s Award which recognizes outstanding summer programs.