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Art and Architecture Share the Spotlight In 16th Annual “Art of the Barn” Tour

With their stone walls and timber frames, Bucks County barns are prized for their architecture as well as their link to the area’s agricultural heritage. Increasingly, barns that are structurally…

655 Bus Will Likely End But Alternative Exists, More Being Explored

For those who rely on NJ Transit’s 655 bus for transportation between Princeton and the University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro, prospects are dim for the future of the…

Helping Children with Special Needs Is Nothing New For Barbara Majeski

Barbara Majeski will never forget the day her parents told her and her siblings that their brother Steven was never going to develop like other children. She was only six…

Council Considers Tour Buses, Affordable Housing

For the past 10 weeks, members of an ad hoc committee have been trying to come up with a solution to the problem of tour buses on Nassau Street. The…

FBI In On Effort To Solve Swatting, Police Tell Parents

Describing a series of phone threats to Princeton schools and other local institutions as “terrorism,” Police Chief Nick Sutter told concerned parents and members of the public last week that…

Renewable Energy Coalition Forms; Rally Planned for June 25

A group of 36 environmental, labor, religious, community and citizen groups met Friday morning to work to reduce climate impacts and greenhouse gases. On June 25, they will hold a…

University’s New Lakeside Complex Emphasizes a Sense of Community

With its brick and wood-frame buildings linked by landscaped pathways sloping down toward Lake Carnegie, Princeton University’s Lakeside Graduate Student Community is worlds away from the stark, concrete Hibben and…

Coalition Wants State To Kill NJ Transit’s Cuts and Fare Hikes

Efforts to get the state to nix plans for a NJ Transit fare hike and a cut in some bus routes, including one that ferries passengers between Princeton and the…

Public Meeting on Swatting Incidents Scheduled for Wednesday

A meeting to update the public on the “swatting” phone threats that have plagued schools, hospitals, malls and private residences in Princeton and other parts of New Jersey in recent…

Boychoir Students Will Board With Local Families

The American Boychoir School has raised enough money to plan the coming school year, but students will board with local families instead of on campus. And the famed choral academy,…

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