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New area code 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.

Mercer County Senior Art Show opens July 18

The 2018 Mercer County Senior Art Show will take place from July 18 through Aug. 3 at the Meadow Lakes Gallery in East Windsor.

Princeton Open Houses: what’s for show this weekend?

The following open houses are scheduled to take place in Princeton on Saturday, July 14 and Sunday, July 15.

Hundreds gather for Families Belong Together rally in Princeton

Hundreds of people gathered in Princeton over the weekend for the Families Belong Together rally.

Princeton school referendum debate has many sides

The Princeton Board of Education is expected to vote this month to place a $129.6 million bond referendum before the voters on October 2. How will you vote?

At summer theater it’s stage chemistry for a Princeton native

Hannah Semmelhack has been busy balancing class work with her new responsibilities as executive director of Princeton Summer Theater.

Princeton-based Lego artist exhibits works in New York City

Andre Veloux, the Princeton-based artist whose feminism-inspired works are created exclusively from Lego bricks, is exhibiting works in New York City.

Quiet dining, with images of a bygone era

With murals recovered from the speakeasy era basement bar now gracing the walls of the dining room, the modern day Peacock Inn has a touch of old world dining that is rarely found these days.

The proud Peacock Inn rises again

Peacock Inn has undergone a rebirth as an upper-tier boutique hotel, but perhaps there is something here for Princeton residents of more modest means.

Barskys’ world: making dream homes a reality for some, nightmares for others

For some people Barsky is synonymous with tear downs of small homes and the building of McMansions that seem out of proportion in the neighborhood.

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Acme set to close in Lawrence Shopping Center

The Lawrence Shopping Center will lose a major tenant next month when the Acme grocery store closes its doors in late August.