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Womanspace Honors Author Lee Woodruff With Annual Barbara Boggs Sigmund Award

Best-selling author, journalist, and advocate for injured veterans Lee Woodruff will receive the 19th annual Barbara Boggs Sigmund Award from Womanspace, the Mercer County non profit agency that provides services…

One Nassau Street

Known locally as the “old Town Topics Building,” the historic brick edifice at 4 Mercer Street is shown here in a pre-1914 vintage photograph when its address was One Nassau…

Items From Princeton’s Rich Ballet History Donated to Historical Society Archives

Archives from the American Repertory Ballet (ARB) and the Princeton Ballet School (PBS) have been added to the collection of the Historical Society of Princeton (HSP). “We are delighted to…

Westminster Plans Campus Improvements Including New Rehearsal Space for Choir

The Westminster Symphonic Choir performs with orchestras from across the globe, led by internationally acclaimed conductors. But the 220-member choral ensemble, among the jewels of Westminster Choir College of Rider…

Birch Avenue Resident Indicted For Third-Degree Animal Cruelty

In all his 19 years on the job, Princeton’s Animal Control Officer Mark Johnson, has never seen a dog so cruelly treated that it died of its injuries. The complaints…

Annual 5K Run/Walkathon on Campus Benefits Efforts to Build Clinic in Kenya

In rural Kenya, one in 16 women die from complications during childbirth. Nearly 40 percent of children under the age of five are malnourished. Infant mortality is 10 times higher…

The Sower

She knows if you feed them, the gulls will come. She’s happy, the gulls are happy, the geese are geese, the others wish spring would hurry up, and it’s all…

Construction of Arts & Transit Complex To Commence on Campus This Spring

After more than six years of planning, construction of Princeton University’s $300 million Arts & Transit project is on track to start with demolition this spring. According to a schedule…

Lambertville’s Rojo’s Coming To Palmer Square This Spring

Princeton will get a new coffee shop this spring when former country music guitarist David Waldman opens a companion to his Lambertville roastery Rojo’s on Palmer Square. Mr. Waldman, who…

Sisters

Zoe and Mia Al-Zubaidy share a moment at the Arts Council of Princeton’s president’s Day workshop Monday. That’s Zoe with Lincoln and Mia with Washington. (Photo by Emily Reeves)…