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State, Princeton Health Advise Caution As West Nile Virus Season Approaches

As the height of West Nile Virus season approaches, the N.J. Department of Health and Princeton’s Health Officer Jeffrey Grosser are encouraging precautions in order to prevent the mosquito-borne illness.…

Womanspace Seeks Volunteer Advocates 

Twice a year, Womanspace holds 80-hour trainings for Domestic Violence Victim Response team (DVVRT) members and Sexual Assault Support Services (SASS) Advocates. These volunteers are vital members of the community…

Butterfly Festival at Watershed: Protecting Clean Water

A celebration of the colorful native pollinator, the butterfly, will take place Saturday, August 9 at the Watershed Reserve in Hopewell. The Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association’s 14th Annual Butterfly Festival…

Author Illuminates Lighthouse History at Plainsboro Library

Author and photographer Kevin Woyce will present an illustrated lecture on lighthouse history at the Plainsboro Public Library at 7 p.m., on Thursday, August 7, National Lighthouse Day. In his…

Young and Old

The parking lot at Morven Museum & Garden looked like a time-traveler’s dream Friday. The Brass Era automobiles were part of a Horseless Carriage Club of America tour. Some of…

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…