Saturday, September 21, 2019

How John Popper and Blues Traveler blew their way to stardom

How John Popper and Blues Traveler blew their way to stardom, starting with Princeton High’s Studio Band.

New area code requirement will alter how you make phone calls in Mercer County region

Starting next month, Mercer County residents will have to dial the area code in order to make a phone call.

Living in the Shadows: The life of undocumented immigrants in Princeton

Mayor Liz Lempert officially stood by Princeton’s “sanctuary city” movement, but what does it mean to be an undocumented immigrant living in Princeton?

What new eateries are open, or about to be, in Princeton?

Changes are afoot all over town, with the most anticipated opening expected in December: Two Sevens Eatery & Cantina.

Mercer County Senior Art Show opens July 19

The 2017 Mercer County Senior Art Show will take place from July 19 through Aug. 4 at the Meadow Lakes Gallery in East Windsor.

Tapping into the downtown Princeton bar scene

A casual crawl through Princeton turns up designer cocktails, craft beers, destination bars, and a little bit of bar talk.

Princeton Planning Board approves proposal to demolish Colonial-era building

The Planning Board unanimously approved a proposal to demolish the Colonial-era building at 203-205 Nassau Street, on the corner of Nassau and Charlton streets.

Food entrepreneur Naomi Mobed’s Le Bon Magot offers a world of flavor

Food entrepreneur Naomi Mobed’s Le Bon Magot line of condiments won five awards at the Winter Fancy Food Show in San Francisco this year.

Princeton Ballet School and Westminster College of the Arts become dance partners

Westminster College of the Arts at Rider University has added a Summer Dance Institute to its repertoire.

June Princeton real estate transactions

The following listings of residential home sales, which closed between June 1 and 30, are based on public records and tax files.

Trending Stories

Opposition grows to affordable housing project in West Windsor

Residents showed up to a recent West Windsor Zoning Board meeting to oppose to a plan for a 400-plus unit affordable housing development.