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Connecting the Tots

Lined up, weapons in hand, this troop is ready to march, sort of, at the Princeton Battlefield during Saturday’s celebration of New Jersey’s 350th anniversary. The day’s events included tours,…

BREAKING NEWS: Princeton Public Schools Hires New Food Service Provider

Princeton Public Schools has hired Nutri-Serve Food Management, Inc. to be the new food service provider for Princeton’s schools. Nutri-Serve enables children to make good food choices and also promotes healthy…

BREAKING NEWS: Princeton Public Library Receives Gift From NRG

Princeton Public Library has received a $25,000 donation from the Global Giving team of NRG Energy Inc. that will be directed to the library’s Stewardship Fund. The Stewardship Fund is…

BREAKING NEWS: Professor Offered Community Service in Theft Case

The Princeton University professor arrested this summer for stealing lawn signs has been offered a deal by the municipal prosecutor. John Mulvey, who was videotaped taking lawn signs of Princeton…

Local Chefs Join Forces With Author For November’s Princeton Library Benefit

There was a time when Princeton was not considered a restaurant town. But as any local foodie knows, those days are in the past. Capitalizing on the popularity of several…

Historians Lecture at Library As Part of N.J. Anniversary

Two lectures will be presented at the Princeton Public Library as part of the Princeton Area Six Historic Sites N.J. 350th Celebration this weekend, September 26 and 27. Historian Tom…

Scotland’s Historic Referendum Yields Sighs of Relief and Sorrow

Ties between Princeton and Scotland run as deep as the fight for independence that saw the death of General Hugh Mercer at the Battle of Princeton. Mercer was a medical…

Randy Cohen Interviews Muldoon and Korelitz For “Person, Place, Thing” in Community Room

Randy Cohen will interview  Pulitzer Prize-winning Irish poet Paul Muldoon and his wife novelist Jean Hanff Korelitz for his public radio program Person, Place, Thing on Monday, September 29 at…

Dorothea’s House’s 100th Anniversary

Dorothea’s House, the Italian-American cultural center in Princeton, celebrates its 100th anniversary on October 5 with entertainment by Coro d’Italia, an Italian American singing and dancing group based in Upper…

Signing A Winner

Illustrator Brian Floca is signing a copy of his 2014 Caldecott Award-winning book “Locomotive” at the Princeton Public Library’s Children’s Book Festival on Saturday. Comments from some of the young…