Looking for more ways to increase funding for its capital campaign, SAVE, Princeton's animal shelter, recently started up a program that allows residents to offer non-cash donations to the organization.
The search for a superintendent continues, as the Princeton Regional School Board met with its search firm last week to hear the results of community meetings and a survey.
This past Monday, Jed Peterson and the entire Princeton Summer Theater company had planned to squeeze some time out of their grueling rehearsal schedule to make some waves at the Jersey Shore.
It's safe to say that multitudes of readers all over the country have been, are, or will soon be reading Bill Clinton's My Life (Knopf $35), which has already, not surprisingly, gone straight to the top of the New York Times best-seller list.
The young tree in the Princeton Battlefield Park that supplanted the original Mercer Oak will begin undergoing treatment this morning for damage experienced during the recent onslaught of cicadas.
Angel's Wings, an area non-profit, volunteer-driven organization, is seeking donations this summer to help assist with the displaced children in Central New Jersey that it helps support each year.