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Chasing the College Acceptance Letter: Advice From Students and School Counselors

Graduation season is upon us, and for many high school students, the next step in their academic life will be college. In Princeton High School’s class of 2014, more than…

Physicians Barbara A. Brown and Lynne B. Kossow Add Princeton Lifestyle Medicine to their Practice

Primary care physicians Dr. Barbara A. Brown and Dr. Lynn B. Kossow have added a new dimension to their practice at 731 Alexander Road: Princeton Lifestyle Medicine. “Lifestyle medicine interventions,…

New Café Vienna on Nassau Street Offers a Delicious Old World Flavor

The buzz all over town is about Café Vienna. Just opened in April, it already has a legion of fans, who are captivated by the delicious coffees and pastries to…

McCarter Theatre Center Gala Benefit A Success Thanks to Steadfast Support

To the Editor: McCarter Theatre Center would like to thank the many individuals and local corporations who helped to make our Annual Gala Benefit on May 17 such a great…

Local Merchant Keeps Mishap With Key From Becoming a Major Inconvenience

To the Editor: “Support your local merchants.” It’s kind of an old cliché. In a world of mega stores and the internet some of the old adages seem to ring hollow.…

“Healthy Children, Healthy Planet” School Garden Event Aided Garden-Based Learning at Riverside

To the Editor: We would like to call attention to one of Princeton’s unique community assets: thriving school garden programs at all four public elementary schools. Through garden-based learning in…

Parkinson Alliance Thanks Princeton Community For Donations Helping Raise Awareness of PD

To the Editor: April was Parkinson’s Awareness Month and the Parkinson Alliance is grateful to area merchants and the Princeton community for two events that raised awareness of Parkinson’s disease…

HomeFront’s Pantry Shelves Fully Stocked After Two-Month Stop Hunger Now Drive

To the Editor: Since the very beginning of HomeFront over 20 years ago, we have fought against homelessness and hunger. We saw hunger in the dingy motel rooms which used…

Letter Carriers’ Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive Delivers for Mercer Street Friends Food Bank

To the Editor: On behalf of Mercer Street Friends, I extend our heartfelt gratitude to all the caring people who placed food donations by their mailboxes on Saturday, May 10,…

Question of the Week: “What changes have you noticed on campus or in the Princeton Community?”

“I’ve noticed that the areas for students to congregate are updated. Kids can study and work on their computers anywhere. They can eat and watch TV together in common areas…