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Battle Field Cleanup

Volunteers invited by the Princeton Battlefield Society and the Central New Jersey chapter of the Sierra Club turned out in force to remove invasive species such as bamboo from the…

Local Medical Student Will Ride Across Country for World Health

Princeton resident David Silbergeld will set off by bicycle from San Diego to Washington, D.C., Wednesday, March 26, as part of a team of medical students raising funds for global…

Remembering Chuck Inman, Jr., Whose Faith Created the Foundation of His Life of Service

Charles (“Chuck”) Inman, Jr. chose to spend his life serving others, providing food for the hungry and help for the hopeless. It was his special gift to see a need,…

Sustainable Ideas Breakfasts Continue at Public Library

The Sustainable Princeton Great Ideas Breakfast Series: Food and Thought continues this spring at Princeton Public Library. These sustainability-focused programs are co-sponsored by the library and Sustainable Princeton. The breakfast meetings…

U.S.1 Poets’ Cooperative Launches Latest Volume of U.S.1 Worksheets

At the approach of National Poetry Month, members of U.S.1 Poets’ Cooperative launch the latest issue of their group’s journal, U.S.1 Worksheets this Sunday, March 30 at the Princeton Public…

Westminster Dean to Retire After Two Decades at Helm

After 20 years, Robert L. Annis, dean and director of Rider University’s Westminster College of the Arts, is retiring. Mr. Annis, 64, will leave his post at the campus on…

“A Total Explosion of the Mind”

Shoppers enjoying the Bryn Mawr-Wellesley Book Sale, which ended Tuesday. Several speak of their experience in this week’s Town Talk. According to one buyer, “It is a total explosion of…

Cambridge School Students Mark 150th Anniversary of Lincoln Speech

Civil War historian James McPherson served as judge of a contest with a historical twist last Thursday, March 13, when he listened to students of The Cambridge School in Pennington…

Superior Court Rules Against “Save the Dinky” Appeal

An appeal by a group of citizens challenging the Dinky train station move was dismissed Tuesday in New Jersey Superior Court. Save the Dinky, Inc. and Anne Neumann were seeking…

PEF Spring Gala To Feature Comedian Nainan

Comedian and actor Dan Nainan will be performing at the Princeton Education Foundation’s (PEF) Annual Spring Gala to Benefit Princeton Public Schools, Saturday, April 5, at 7 p.m. at the…