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Princeton Open Houses: Sunday, October 14

The following open houses are scheduled to take place in Princeton on Sunday, October 14.

Womanspace launches Communities of Light Peace Begins At Home campaign

In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Womanspace is launching their  2018 Communities of Light Peace Begins At Home campaign on Oct. 23.

Princeton Area Community Foundation awards $3 million in grants to help local students

The Princeton Area Community Foundation is awarding $3 million in grants to 10 nonprofit and school partnerships that will work to reduce absenteeism.

YWCA Princeton’s Breast Cancer Resource Center hosts Pinktober events

The YWCA Princeton Breast Cancer Resource Center is hosting Pinktober events this month, including a Community Health Fair and an art show.

Tour historic Princeton houses with a theological twist

The Historical Society of Princeton’s annual house tour returns on November 3. The homes are notable for their unexpected helping of religious history.

Ethnic dining offerings expand in Princeton

The newest addition to the restaurant offerings at Princeton Shopping Center is the Pho Spot, opening soon in the corner space near Cross Culture Indian restaurant and Dunkin Donuts.

Two Sevens adds live music

Two Sevens, the Central and South American-inspired restaurant, is expanding not by adding new menu items but by offering live music on Thursday evenings.

Princeton arts in brief

From novels to feature films, find out what's happening this month around the Princeton arts scene.

Princeton Zoning Board updates: September 2018

The Zoning Board was scheduled to hear the following applications at its September 26 meeting, after the Echo went to press.

Princeton real estate recent transactions from the October 2018 Echo

The following listings of residential home sales are based on public records and tax files.

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Snap Box self-storage facility opening at old Cost Cutters site in Hamilton

The Hamilton Township Zoning Board approved a plan to bring a Snap Box self-storage facility to former Cost Cutters site on Whitehorse-Mercerville Road.