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One Show: Three Artists, Brodsky, Leipzig, Naar Share Wallspace at Romano Gallery in Blairstown

Paintings and drawings by three renowned local artists will be on display at the Armstrong-Hipkins Center for the Arts at Blair Academy in Blairstown. The show is an opportunity to…

New Dinky Station Operating Since Monday

In spite of having no heat in the waiting room, commuters were happy to be able to find shelter from Monday’s inclement weather and enjoy the free hot coffee that…

Civil Rights Activist Robert Moses Launches Freedom Summer Events

Parking around the John Witherspoon Middle School (JWMS) was hard to find Sunday afternoon and it wasn’t just because there was a swim meet and a football game in progress.…

D&R Greenway Celebrates 25th Anniversary, Mounts New Show of Botanicals by Local Artists

If you haven’t been to the D&R Greenway Land Trust’s galleries of late, a new exhibition opening this Friday, November 14, is sure to entice old friends and new visitors…

John Witherspoon Middle School Students Take On “Change Hunger Challenge”

Students at John Witherspoon Middle School (JWMS) are reaching out to the community for help in their efforts to combat hunger. They have taken on the task in response to…

After Shamsi and Witter Election Tie, Witter Wins Final Count By Two Votes

The School Board election lived up to the old adage about not counting your chickens before they hatch. Last week’s coverage of the election for the Princeton Public Schools Board…

Trenton Reinvents Itself Through Art As “Art All Day” Covers 30 City Sites

Trenton is reinventing itself through art as visitors can see for themselves this Saturday, November 8, when the city becomes a huge outdoor gallery courtesy of ArtWorks, the visual art…

Booker, Watson Coleman, Democrats Prevail

Democrat Bonnie Watson Coleman became the first person of African American descent to represent New Jersey in Congress as the Representative for the 12th District. After Rush Holt announced in…

Eisgruber, Council Have Candid Conversation On Town/Gown Issues

The wisdom and kindness of the Dalai Lama came up more than once at Monday’s special meeting of Princeton Council with Princeton University President Christopher L. Eisgruber. Council members were…

Princeton Planning Board to Consider Institute Faculty Housing Plans Thursday

The Princeton Planning Board is due to vote on the Institute for Advanced Study’s amended plan to build faculty housing on its land close to the Princeton Battlefield State Park…

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