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From Mayfair to Palmer Square: Self-Described “Corporate Vagabonds” at Home in Princeton

As President of ME Global, a global chemical company headquartered in London, England, Dan Scheid and his wife Mary Beth Scheid enjoyed a lifestyle at the center of a bustling…

Salut! Several Area Restaurants Receive 2014 Wine Spectator Magazine Awards

Five local establishments have been included in Wine Spectator magazine’s 2014 Restaurant Awards. The annual list, which has been issued every year since 1981, recognizes eateries around the globe that…

Tribute to Farmers

The world’s first example of a quilted tractor will be on view at this year’s New Jersey State Fair’s Sussex County Farm & Horse Show from August 1 through August…

Stuart Country Day School Alumna Sarah Schulte Awarded Fulbright Award

A former student of Stuart Country Day School has been awarded a Fulbright U.S. Student Program grant to Chile in Public Health, the United States Department of State and the…

Woody, Wall Street, and More: Evergreen Forum’s Courses 

Registration is about to begin for Evergreen Forum’s fall 2014 semester. In addition to “Woody Allen: Light and Dark,” and “Contemporary Business and Economic Issues,” adults are invited to sign…

Judge Rejects AvalonBay’s Injunction Request

AvalonBay’s attempt to have a Mercer County Superior Court judge order the town of Princeton to sign off on a demolition plan and issue building permits for its planned 280-unit…

Arrested Princeton Professor to Fight Theft Allegations in Superior Court

Princeton resident and Princeton University Professor John Mulvey, 67, was arrested last week at Princeton Police Department headquarters after an investigation by Detective Sergeant Christopher Quaste and Detective Adam Basatemur…

Holt, Booker, Others Urge Federal Agency To Protect the Ridge

Four state lawmakers have written to a federal agency requesting increased attention to safety issues regarding the Williams Transco company’s plan for a pipeline on the Princeton Ridge. Congressmen Rush…

Amazing Grace

Thursday’s Summer Courtyard Concert at the Princeton Shopping Center featured the Grace Little Band from Trenton. Ms. Little, who sings R&B and gospel, won the adult category of the Apollo…

Miniature Horse at Hasty Acres Destined to Be Therapy Animal

When Dawn Marie Fry brought home a miniature horse as a gift for her 11-year-old stepdaughter, she got much more than she had bargained for. Soon after acquiring the mare,…

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