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Ficus Bon Vivant brings international flair to Princeton

The new restaurant offering an international array of food and beverages has opened its doors at the corner of Nassau and Olden streets.

Vegan food for all at Princeton’s Planted Plate

Planted Plate features vegan dishes including soups and salads, tacos and burritos, hot bowls, sandwiches and wraps, kabobs and burgers and breakfast.

African Link Initiative helping teens connect with their heritage and culture

A number of area organizations, including the Boys and Girls Clubs of Mercer County, have been working together to bring the African Link Initiative to life.

Back to Nassau Hall, but not back to normal for Princeton University students

Nearly 11 months after Princeton University told its students to go home for spring break and not come back, the school is welcoming its full undergraduate student body back for the spring semester

For proposed Princeton hotel, it’s business vs. Bank Street

The Princeton Zoning Board has now heard upwards of nine hours of presentations and testimony on the proposed Graduate Hotel at the corner of Nassau and Chambers streets, and they’re not done yet

Pia de Jong: The tears of compassion

Compassion is a generous emotion, the one that concerns itself not with ourself but with others

Princeton council, school board reorganize for 2021

At its Jan. 4 reorganization meeting, newly elected Mayor Mark Freda was sworn in by Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman

Screenings turn virtual as Princeton Garden Theatre adjusts

A year into the coronavirus pandemic, it’s still a long road back. But venues like the Princeton Garden Theatre have learned to adapt—with a little help.

The COVID-19 vaccine is here. What does it take to get one?

Officials have struggled to meet demand for the coronavirus vaccine, leaving people confused and frustrated about how, where and when they can get it.

Massive drug investigation yields 18 arrests and $228,000 in illegal narcotics

A six-month investigation by the Mercer County Prosecutor's Office has resulted in the arrest of 18 suspects and the seizure of some 1,000 grams of heroin, 1,000 grams of methamphetamine, 15 pounds of marijuana, 11 guns, six vehicles and more than $22,000 in cash.

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