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Jeanne Calo Exhibition and Sale Will Benefit Senior Resource Center

The life and artistic creativity of the late local artist Jeanne Calo will be celebrated at the Princeton Senior Resource Center (PSRC) with an opening reception for an exhibition and…

Princeton Resident Landon Jones Receives Time Inc. 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award

Time Inc.’s 17th Annual Luce Awards will be celebrated tonight, April 15, at a dinner in New York City. Longtime Princeton resident and Princeton University alumnus Landon Jones will be…

Recent Negotiations, Community Rally Prompt Hope for Contract Resolution

Members of the teachers’s union, Princeton Regional Education Association (PREA), and parent supporters turned out to celebrate Princeton’s “lighthouse district” schools last week just prior to the April 9 session…

Reckless Driving Charge After Pedestrian Struck on Washington Road

Steven Cruz, 20, of Princeton was charged today with one count of reckless driving and one count of failing to yield to a pedestrian in a crosswalk after the April…

Bible Exhibition Unites Ancient Traditions And Modern Technology at Erdman Gallery

The idea of a handwritten illuminated Bible conjures up the image of a heavy leather-bound tome reverently presented for display in a glass case in some hushed library. Most of…

Pedestrian Struck by Car Washington Road Crosswalk

A 25-year-old pedestrian crossing the marked crosswalk on Washington Road just south of Ivy Lane was hit by a car at approximately 9:32 p.m., April 8. Ms. Nyssa Emerson of…

Town Topics Moves to New Home in Kingston

Town Topics has moved from its most recent home on Witherspoon Street to the historic Union Line Building in Kingston. “We outgrew our office on Witherspoon Street,” said publisher Lynn…

Firestone Acquires Jacques Derrida’s Personal Library

The personal working library of famed deconstructionist philosopher Jacques Derrida (1930-2004) arrived at Princeton University’s Firestone Library just three weeks ago and scholarly blogs and social media sites are already…

Princeton Scenes on View At Small World Coffee on Nassau

Paintings of familiar scenes around town by local artist Jay McPhillips will feature in a display of his paintings opening at Small World Coffee, 254 Nassau Street, on April 7.…

Mark Johnson Rejects Town’s Separation Agreement

Princeton’s former Animal Control Officer (ACO) Mark Johnson has formally rejected the separation agreement he was offered by the municipality last month following his suspension in February. Mr. Johnson confirmed…

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