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Lawrenceville foundation awards $90K to local seniors, college students

The Princeton Area Community Foundation awarded scholarships to six students from Mercer County, recognizing that this year was tough on all students.

Grocery stores, farm stores innovate to stay ahead of pandemic

The pandemic presented stores like Whole Earth Center, as well as farms like Terhune Orchards in Lawrence, with entirely different challenges from the ones other businesses faced

Princeton government declares racism a public health crisis

Rallies supporting the Black Lives Matter movement were held throughout June. And the movement continued into Princeton’s government.

Pia de Jong: Call me by my deepest name

Brain research shows that when we hear our own name, the part of our brain that is responsible for our sense of self lights up. We are our name.

Gov. Phil Murphy postpones start of indoor dining

The state planned to ease dining restrictions starting this week, but decided against it after COVID-19 spikes in other states that enacted similar policies.

Novelist Riley Sager explores what happens after the horror

Horror writer Riley Sager's latest novel, Home Before Dark, is out June 30.

Princeton University program to deliver thousands of meals this summer

The Summer Food and Nutrition Program will run for six weeks, from July 7 through Aug. 16. The team will prepare and package approximately 9,500 meals each week to be distributed to about 2,000 people in surrounding communities.

More Than Q opens in West Windsor

More Than Q is set to open June 30 in The Square at West Windsor shopping plaza

Two council seats at stake in Princeton primary

The mayor’s office and two seats on Princeton council appear on the ballot during this year’s delayed primary election.

Ready to dine outdoors? Princeton has an abundance of tasty options

Outdoor dining spots in Princeton sprout like dandelions in the spring. Some are official, others are created at little places where food and seating come together.

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Mercer County home to growing number of BBQ restaurants

They come and they go, but here are some BBQ spots in Mercer County that are satisfying local palettes now

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