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Congratulate the Class of 2015 in Town Topics!

Celebrate the achievements of the Class of 2015 with a customized Ad in the Town Topics Newspaper. Include a photo, a listing of future schools or simply a message of good…

Princeton Public Library Acknowledged for Innovation

Princeton Public Library has received the 2015 Innovation Award from the New Jersey State Library Association for January’s popular how-to festival, “65 Things at 65 Witherspoon.” The daylong program, during…

Boychoir School Needs $1 Million to Open For Another School Year

The American Boychoir School needs an infusion of $1 million and a new, more affordable location in order to stay open. In his latest communication with funders and friends of…

Tiger Men’s Heavyweight Rowing Shows Depth, Winning Team Title at Sprints as It Girds for IRAs

In posting wins over Harvard and Brown down the stretch of the regular season, the Princeton University men’s heavyweight varsity 8 crew showed speed and a flair for drama. Against…

PU Women’s Lax Falls to Duke in NCAA Quarters, But Loss Doesn’t Dim What Tigers Achieved in 2015

In stifling sixth-seeded Stony Brook 8-4 in the second round of the NCAA tournament earlier this month, the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team produced a superior defensive effort. Last Saturday,…

Tiger Women’s Open Crew 3rd at Ivy Regatta, Making Case for Shot at NCAA Championships

Lori Dauphiny knew that her Princeton University women’s open varsity 8 crew was in for a dogfight at the Ivy League championship regatta last weekend at Cooper River in Pennsauken,…

Hack Saving His Best for Last in Final Season, Helping PHS Boys’ Tennis to Sectional Crown

Tyler Hack didn’t waste any time taking care of business as the top-seeded Princeton High boys’ tennis team hosted fifth-seeded Hightstown in the Group 3 Central Jersey sectional semis last…

Senior Andres Stars at Both Ends of the Field As PHS Boys’ Lacrosse Rolls in State Opener

Coming off a 15-2 defeat by Princeton Day School in the quarterfinals of the Mercer County Tournament on May 9, the Princeton High boys’ lacrosse team went back to basics…

Senior Shavel Relished PDS Boys’ Lax Experience Notwithstanding Tough Defeat in MCT Title Game

After it was over, there were just the sounds of muffled voices and the thuds from one bear hug after another. In the wake of its season-ending 9-7 loss to…

Finishing Three-Sport Career at PDS in Style, Alden Helped Panther Softball Make Progress

Variety has been the spice of Katie Alden’s sporting life. She started playing softball in kindergarten, took up ice hockey in elementary school, and began competing in field hockey at…

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