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Arts Council of Princeton announces third annual Soul-Filled Bowls fundraiser

The Arts Council of Princeton’s ceramics community is hosting the third annual Soul-Filled Bowls fundraiser event on Saturday, Dec. 15.

Turkey trot roundup: Run a 5K before your Thanksgiving meal

Eating turkey, watching football and running 3.1 miles. Every year, more people are adding 5K turkey trot races to their list of Thanksgiving Day traditions.

YWCA Princeton seeking donors for St. Nicholas Project

YWCA Princeton’s St. Nicholas Project is seeking help to spread cheer this holiday season. The project provides holiday presents to help local families in need.

Princeton Area Community Foundation awards $187,000 to nonprofits

The Princeton Area Community Foundation’s Fund for Women and Girls has awarded $187,000 in grants to 14 nonprofits, the largest in the fund’s 20-year history.

Update: Route 206 closure postponed due to weather

Route 206 will be shut down in both directions in Princeton this week due to a bridge closure, according to New Jersey Department of Transportation officials.

2018 election results: who won in your town?

The following is based on the unofficial election results from Burlington, Mercer and Middlesex counties.

Chapin School Princeton’s Gallery presents ‘Community’ art exhibit

Chapin School Princeton’s Gallery is proud to present “Community,” a group exhibition of work in various media by family members of Chapin School Princeton students.

Two historical Princeton area publications now available online

The historical archives of the Princeton Herald and the Princeton Recollector are fully searchable and available via the Princeton University Library website.

Mercer County’s Ice Skating Center opens for season Nov. 5

Mercer County’s Ice Skating Center, located in Mercer County Park, will open for the season Monday, Nov. 5.

Princeton school referendum: Downsized and delayed

This article was originally published in the November 2018 Princeton Echo. Just a few months ago it was the $130 million question: Should voters approve a bond referendum to add...

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