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From Donuts to Samosas: Prospect Ave. Food Trucks Serving Community Friday

Most people don’t associate the stately mansions that house Princeton University’s eating clubs with the idea of hunger. But this elegant row on Prospect Avenue will be the setting Friday…

Renovations, Relocations and Reopenings At Downtown Restaurants and Cafes

Change is afoot at eateries along the west side of Witherspoon Street. The expansion of House of Cupcakes into the vacant former Ferry House, a new look for portions of…

AvalonBay Remains Mum On Developer’s Agreement For Hospital Demolition

Fences were being installed Tuesday along the perimeter of the old Princeton Hospital, in preparation for demolition of the building to make way for construction of a 280-unit rental apartment…

Musical Co-Authored by PHS Alum Selected by Musical Theater Festival

Harrison Kaufman and Christopher Anselmo like to joke that they’re too young to drink, but they can write a musical. Both 19, the two New Jersey natives — Mr. Kaufman…

Alexander Street Task Force Takes Next Step

At its meeting April 7, Princeton Council voted unanimously to pass a resolution allowing the Alexander Street University Place Task Force to apply for federal funding. If obtained, the money…

The Garden Club of Princeton Marks French Market Centennial

Back in an earlier era, The Garden Club of Princeton’s French Market was stocked with truckloads of blooms brought by gardeners from estates in and around the town. Most of…

The New Management of the Garden Theatre Has Plans That Include the Town and University

When the Garden Theatre opens in July after a month of renovations, moviegoers will notice more than the new carpeting, wall treatments, and concession stand. Announced last week, management of…

AvalonBay Balks at Revised Agreement

At a meeting Monday night, Princeton Council unanimously approved a developer’s agreement for the construction of rental apartments on the former site of Princeton Hospital. But despite appeals from Mayor…

New Mapping of Pipeline Path Secured by Efforts of Residents

Nudged into action by local residents concerned about the environmental effects of a proposed natural gas pipeline, the Williams company has conducted additional wetlands surveys of properties that would be…

With Space at a Premium on Harrison, Rescue Squad Needs a New Building

Back in 1964 when the Princeton First Aid and Rescue Squad (PFARS) built its headquarters on North Harrison Street, Princeton was a quieter, less populous town. The simple brick building…

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