(Photo by E.J. Greenblat)

TWO FOR THE ROAD: This young couple, accompanied by a family of dolls, provide a treat for the eyes of onlookers at Saturday's Memorial Day parade.

Clinton and Sedaris Slated to Appear At Reunion Events

Femke DeCheser

Princeton's commencement ceremonies, the culmination of week-long reunion and university activities that color the town orange and black, will feature the traditional P-Rade, the first Pan-African Graduation ceremony, and appearances by a former president and a best-selling humorist.

Merwick Parties Urged to Keep In Step

Matthew Hersh

As municipal planners continue to examine future redevelopment of the Merwick Care Center on Bayard Lane, municipal planners are firmly encouraging the three parties involved — Merwick's parent entity Princeton HealthCare System (PHCS), Princeton University, owner of the abutting Stanworth Apartments, and the nearby YM/YWCA — to work together in moving the site's planning process forward.

Two Decades Strong: Peace Pole Offers Quiet Reminder of a Lasting Goal

Matthew Hersh

While hundreds gathered at the Princeton Battle Monument Saturday following the Memorial Day Parade honoring soldiers lost in war, Princeton's Peace Pole stood as a solemn reminder of the significance of Memorial Day, Labor Day, and Veterans' Day.